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Benq W500

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  • User Score (38)
    8.6 8.6 from 38 reviewers
  • Expert Score (6)
    7.2 7.2 from 6 reviewers
  • Design (4)
    6.3 6.3 from 4 reviewers
  • Value for money (13)
    7.5 7.5 from 13 reviewers
  • Features (11)
    7.1 7.1 from 11 reviewers
  • Ease of use (13)
    7.3 7.3 from 13 reviewers
  • Performance (2)
    6.5 6.5 from 2 reviewers
  • Picture quality (15)
    7.2 7.2 from 15 reviewers
  • Reliability (11)
    7.5 7.5 from 11 reviewers
  • Construction (11)
    7.5 7.5 from 11 reviewers
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The W500 a projector used for home entertainment. It allows the viewer to watch videos of both digital and analog formats using its several options for connection interface.

Features

The BenQ W500 uses a lens design that is blue printed from the irises of the human eye. It automatically adjusts the aperture based on the video signal it detects. For dark scenes, the aperture decreases its size to prevent light from destroying the darkness. For bright scenes, the aperture increases to accommodate the …

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The W500 a projector used for home entertainment. It allows the viewer to watch videos of both digital and analog formats using its several options for connection interface.

Features

The BenQ W500 uses a lens design that is blue printed from the irises of the human eye. It automatically adjusts the aperture based on the video signal it detects. For dark scenes, the aperture decreases its size to prevent light from destroying the darkness. For bright scenes, the aperture increases to accommodate the light it needs to enhance details. This projector also converts the content on SD from analog television broadcasts to a high definition video. It uses 1024 pixels for its pictures. It also applies the MDDF technology, which is a Multi Dimensional Diagonal Filtering system for smoother viewing. Each color signal is handled individually, with varying brightness input and color distortions. The dimensions of this printer are 13.7 inches by 10.9 inches by 4.7 inches, with a weight of 12.8 pounds.

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  • hi, my benq w500 has been playing up lately its like there is...

    hi, my benq w500 has been playing up lately its like there is red pixels highlighting and image and when there is a blue background the image is very blocky, i thought it would be the dvd player but its doing it on all of the components (hdmi, svideo, etc hi, my benq w500 has been playing up lately its like there is red pixels highlighting and image and when there is a blue background the image is very blocky, i thought it would be the dvd player but its doing it on all of the components (hdmi, svideo, etc, i gave it back to benq to fix and they have rang me saying that they can't find anything faults, i was just wondering if anyone else has had this problem? and what was wrong with it.

    Answered by KristoferB 2008-09-05:

    sounds like a problem with the unit itself, if it's under warranty take it back in for

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