Summary: Personal Experience Did a lot of searching on projectors. I was scared because i wasn't into projectors. Then i decided to go for this masterpiece from Benq. I am impressed since that day. Amazing colors,perfect deep black levels,haven't seen any rainbow effect yet(probably because it's w600+ instead of w600). Tested both xbox 360 and ps3. It rock's. Supports 1080p Hdtv mode and every mode you choose. The brightness is also amazing.
Summary: Personal Experience After long time surfing in google and all got to decide to buy Benq W600+ Demonstration was confusing. it has 2 HDMI inputs wich gives flexibility for quick options. as it has 4000:constrast gives bright picture able to view in Problems partly lighted room as can not make complete dark colours are resonably bright.
Summary: Personal Experience The projector is used to me watching movies and TV broadcasts I'm projecting about 100 " I am very pleased with this projector if it's the new expectation that if ease of use I will mention a few parameters An intensity of illumination Annecy Lumns particularly strong. Economical mode I can watch the light conditions I can enjoy the view even when the room light turned on 2. About the effect that rainbows do not exist! At least for me:) 3.
Summary: Personal Experience After a lot of confusion and surfing and deciding between Optoma HD67 and Benq W600+, I finally purchased Benq W600+ and trust me it is an amazing Projector and Value for money. I saw demo of both of the projectors but found out that the Color depiction of optoma was better and benq was brighter due to higher ansi lumins. (That was thee confusion).
Summary: Personal Experience First of all it replace my Sharp DT-100 night and day difference... W600+ The blacks are exellent and the colors are very good ... the great feature is the 2 HDMI input ...and the quick shut off feature... Looks great in HD and exellent on Blue Ray.. Got this Projector on boxing day for $599 CN great deal...+ to me blows away all those Big LCD pannel TV @ 1499-2499....DLP is by far the way to go ...