DLP CHIP FAILED in 4 years. DO NOT BUY ACER PRODUCTS!
W. Elliott, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: ABSOLUTE FAIL! D0 NOT BUY ACER PRODUCTS 4 years and this product is completely unusable. April 2010-Purchased New June 2014 -DLP Chip is failing. -White dots and black dots all over the screen as the micro-mirrors on the DLP chip fail. -DLP module is not replaceable by customer. -Out of Warranty. -This is a known failure mode of this product. ACER knows it, Texas Instruments (DLP manufacturer) knows it. GARBAGE PRODUCTS FROM ACER.
Summary: Personal Experience I purchased this during a black Friday sale on Newegg.com and I have been oh so happy with this projector! It is currently in my basement filling up one wall with a 120" picture and looks stellar! I didn't know when I bought it that it was 3D ready. After I got it I purchased all the neccessary hardware for the Nvidia 3D Vision experience and let me tell you 3D movies on this projector are so sweet!!! Problems The remote is cheap cheap cheap.
Summary: I've had this projector for two years now, and I'm still on the first bulb. It gives very good quality for the price, and it's incredibly bright, too. Also replacement bulbs are very reasonable compared to many other projectors. It doesn't have horizontal keystone adjustment, but it does vertical quite well.
Summary: This is a great projector. It is about 6 foot in width on my solid white wall and my wife and I watch tv, connect our laptops to it, and get a lot of use out of it. Only downfall is it is not as clear as an HD TV and viewing during the day when it is bright out is not the best. Definitely need a dark room to get the most out of it. But I definitely recommend it for this price.
Summary: I'v had this trooper for over two years. It has never failed. I purchased an extra bulb for it last year that is still in the box. It works perfectly with NVidia 3d vision. I project it straight to the wall with great results. Great buy!
Summary: Bought this projector for my business. its used in a conference room with all the lights on and it is very bright. image is excellent. sound is not so good. I have also taken it home on the weekend and used it in the backyard for an outdoor movie night with the neighbors and the image can be very large with excellent clarity. Several parents mentioned that the image was great.
Summary: This is the third projector I have owned, and my title says it all. This projector is the only one you'll need for your personal home use. The H5360 is practical, affordable, and has quality 3D if you are equipped with the Optima 3DXL converter or NVidia graphics card. The image quality is superb if you adjust it correctly. I highly recommend this product to anyone shopping around for the best value on a projector.
Summary: If you are like me, you want a huge screen for minimum cost, and this projector has satisfied those needs exquisitely well. There isn't a lot of flexibility with projection size and it can run a little loud, but the quality is pretty good for an entry-level projector. I haven't tried the 3-D but I'm mostly using this for Netflix and Xbox. Getting both the audio and video to run through the stereo proved to be quite tricky.
Summary: So i've has this projector for over 5 months now. Im running in on a 105" screen in my basement. The screen is painted on the wall. Superbowl looked amazing on it, dvd's look amazing. I offen get movies right from my mac and hook it up using an HDMI right into my entertainment system and it has far surpassed my expectations for the price paid. Would buy again.
Summary: 1) Features—Which are useful and which are not? The unit comes with a remote, carrying case, remote, power cord, VGA cord, quick start guide, and CD with manual in the box. There is an HDMi port, VGA port, and an RCA port. I think there might also be an S-Video port. There's an RS-232 port, but it is not functional. We have no use for the 3d at this time, and I doubt we'll ever try it, but it is nice that the ability is there for those who might need it.
Pros: Inexpensive, decent conectivity, high def (ish, 720p), 3d capable
Cons: Not super bright, some issues with long hdmi cables, narrow IR range for remote, no volume on remote.