Summary: I'll start off by saying I really wanted to love this projector. I love the build quality, compact design, reasonable bulb prices, and quiet operation. While you won't need or want the full 3000 lumens in a dark home theater, it is very nice to have if you were to transport and use this projector in...
Summary: Other than the sound processing going out and it being a PITA to get mounted it really isn't a bad projector. I just might get another one if the price is right.
Pros: Bright HD Picture is bright and clear even in moderately lit room. Multiple input types. Originally ordered screen but now I just fill the whole wall... will make customer screen eventually, but still looks great. 3D is cool and all but I haven't gotten the extra glasses for it.
Cons: HOT!!! Not to be unexpected with a projector. Exhausts out the front right vent so can be mounted in relatively tight recessed area. The mounting hole on this are just weird... I've bought two different "universal mounts" and had to buy special screws to mount to the 3 smaller holes and ended up ...
Requires manufacturer firmware upgrade to work with Fire TV, Roku, or Apple TV
5 August 2014
Summary: Out of box its HDMI only supports the xvYCC color gamut. In order for the H6510BD projector to work with Amazon Fire TV, Roku, or Apple TV its firmware needs to be updated to 1.05. This can only be done by Acer and requires you to ship them your projector which takes three weeks.
Summary: I've only tried it out for a day so far. Upgraded from the Acer 5370BD (720p version) which I would easily give 4 or even 5 stars. I was hoping things would match up better and it would just be a swap.
Pros: 1080P and comparatively inexpensive.
Cons: Mount holes off center and high fan noise when not using eco mode, which means I may never use it or only when using 3D (if I use it), since 3D kills the brightness (each eye doesn't see the full brightness by themselves). I like 3D, just not straining to see what I'm looking at. Passive is bette...
Cons: No attach mounts for the universal ceiling mount I also bought from newegg. I had to rig something. The throw distance max's out at about 10'. Too short for my media room. I planned for 13-15', which seems standard for a Theater room. Had a couple hiccups. Wouldn't sync with my receiver (No HDCP ...
Be aware that the range of display angle is VERY ...
19 October 2013
Summary: Be aware that the range of display angle is VERY small. That meaning that you will have only about half a meter space within you must place the projector to display to the desired size. You can adjust a little bit, but really just a little.
Summary: See Cons. I regret purchasing this projector. The time to be cheap on a project is not by removing an audio out. Make sure you input HDMI via HDMI from a stereo receiver.
Pros: Okay picture
Cons: Has no audio out. If you connect your Blueray/DVD player via HDMI to projector, there is no audio out. This is a deal killer if you have an older stereo without HDMI. When you mute the speaker of the projector, you cannot turn off a really big icon in the lower right showing muted speaker.