3D is sweeeeeet, and can't find better quality/price ratio
Mohamd B., Amazon
27 March 2014
Summary: This projector was in my wish/watch list in several online shopping websites and I jumped on it when the price dropped to $400. I chose it over its competitor the BenQ W770ST (Short Throw model , $530 at the time of this review) because of its 3D multi-format support and its 2D to 3D feature.
Summary: So I've owned this projector for about 7 months now as part of my 'theater room' project and I have almost no complaints about it, I haven't even thought about upgrading it either. I project on to a 70" screen about 11 ft away and it looks excellent.
Pros: Cheap Price 720p resolution 3D Lots of inputs
Cons: Problems switching sources using a/v receiver (due to HDCP?) (Dr HDMI fixed this problem)
Summary: I spent a lot of time looking at getting either a big (preferrebly 70 inch) TV or projector. As usual walked away with nothing. Can't take the weighing of this over that for too long. That's when I realized inexpensive is really what floats my boat over features.
Pros: Great color. Standard wide screen. 3D, particularly 2D-3D. Price...after the $50 cut, I paid what for 3D and a massive screen size? $400?
Cons: Mostly problems associated with all projectors. Video sync is slower than a standard TV, not as bright as a TV. Uses more power, more noise (fan) and high heat producing. Small compared to all the benefits though. I did have problems setting up Crysis 2/3 in 3D. I think it had something to do wit...
Summary: I think this is the best starting point for someone who wants to experience big screen HD + 3D viewing at fraction of a cost. The setup was a breeze and the out of the box images were really good. I would say the 3D is okay, since I was expecting more pop out effects.
Summary: I had been hunting around for an affordable projector to show movies in the backyard during the summer. I read a bunch of reviews and this seemed to fit the bill. I was looking for decent resolution, but not 1080.
HD & 3D for under $500, a little dim and low quality speaker.
Dan Nelson, Amazon
21 June 2013
Summary: I was looking for an hd 3d projector but I didn't want to break the bank. I have owned a handful of projectors of varying quality. This model was about as sharp as my 8 year old Eiki, but cost 1/3 of the price.
Summary: I was using Epson EX-71 earlier and when the time for change came, I checked various models in economoy range and settled for Acer H5370BD. I am very happy with the purchase. Pros 1) Price - Real VFM 2) Color - Very Vibrant 3) Black - As stated by many in their reviews, black is black with this PJ...
Summary: This is one of the cheapest projectors out there that supports the different formats of 3d. If you have 3D side-by-side movies on your computer they can easily be watched with stereoscopic player. This also works good with 3D blu-ray players or the ps3.