Summary: My wife and I were looking for 'regular' tvs but always in the back of my mind I was thinking...why am I spending 7-800 dollars for a 55" tv when I could be getting a 130" tv for the same price if not cheaper?? So I found this BenQ and took a chance with a refurbished model but we're glad that we did. Fantastic quality and it's great for entertaining friends to watch movies, football, you name it. I run it with an Xbone and watch tv, blurays, youtube, all from one place.
Summary: I bought this projector about a year ago. I use it every day for about 2 hours of shows. So far it has been a really good investment. No problems, excellent quality. Very happy with this. This is my 2nd projector from BenQ. The first one was a cheaper model I had for several years. The bulbs run out about once a year with the hours of watching I use. With my old projector it would cost hundreds to replace the bulb. This projector's replacement bulbs are WAY cheaper.
Summary: We bought this projector for our basement living room, instead of buying a big flat screen. It is unbelievably clear on our cream wall. It works perfect with every device that we have linked in to it. Highly recommend!
Summary: Great purchase. It's a fantastic product for this price. FULL HD. Been enjoying it in my room with my PS3/soccer/NBA/NFL/Golf/Tennis etc... I would definitely recommend it for someone who's budget is around this price. I've had no problems so far with it, everything's been working perfectly. The two HDMI inputs are very useful so that you don't have to be connecting and disconnecting cables once you want to switch the device you're using.
Summary: I'll preface this by saying I didn't want to purchase this projector.=) Despite babying it while moving last year my old Sanyo PLV Z-2000 didn't survive the trip. I purchased the 5920 as a stop gap until something worth the investment comes out, so my view of this projector may be a bit tainted. That being said, the one big issue I have with the 5920 is with how the input select is designed.
Summary: I had a previous experience with just one projector, an Epson 710HD, which I reviewed under that heading and returned it due to the picture quality being slightly less than I'd hoped for. I stated there that I planned to purchase this projector as the upgrade and I have definitely not been disappointed. Researching projectors was no easy task and you can't help noticing that they all have their unique advantages and disadvantages.
Summary: I had been wanting this projector for quite a bit of time and finally got it as a Christmas bonus from work- All I have to say is it definitely DOES NOT DISAPPOINT! Is amazing in dark space, is equally as astounding in a lit area.
Summary: Great picture quality. Bright. Sound is marginal. Quiet operation. A little large, but not too heavy. Carrying bag is a very nice extra. Easy operation. Overall impressed, and would recommend to anyone wanting a home theater experience.
Summary: I expected quite a bit from this projector as I believed that BenQ was the standard for quality. In a few ways I was disappointed. One even in a low light room, colors were far from true in many instances. For a commercial DVD or a presentation, this is not really that important. But, for me as a movie maker, I need to see true color on the screen so I can perfect the colorization of my video.
Summary: This is a good projector for the price.I have a 120" 16x9 screen and the picture looks real good.The black levels could be better,but you can adjust the picture to where the blacks look good enough.The thing i like the most is it has a very sharp picture, and for a 1080p projector for $629 it cant be beat.I would have gave it five stars if the blacks were better but you would pay alot more money for a projector for that.I am very happy with the picture.