Excellent value!! Good contrast and brightness. 3D is awesome
Bharath Kumar, Amazon
12 October 2013
Summary: My BenQ W7000 is almost a year old now. Let me quickly tell the projector setup that I have at my home: The projector is hooked up to Onkyo HT-RC-460 AV receiver, Energy Take 5.1 speakers, Sony BluRay player. For 3D viewing I use True Depth 3D DLP glasses (120Hz), projector output is on 120" screen.
Summary: BenQ makes decent projectors and we have been happy with our BenQ with the exception of the reliability. Don't think that I will purchase another one. We have a W5000 which is the predecessor of the W7000 that is just over 4 years old.
Summary: First of all I would like to say this is a nice projector and good 3d quality. the problem with me is that it lacks the 2D punch of the W6000. I think its because the W6000 has 25% more lumens.
Summary: I spent about an hour playing around with this unit. I just couldn't get the brightness and details to be even comparable to my 2 years old LG CF181D. I found out that the unit was shipped with the old BenQ firmware that had brightness and black level issue.
Summary: I like most people read reviews before making a purchase. and too like most people i don't have a ton of money. I was worried about the rainbow effect, the black levels . the sharpness, video gaming ... u name it.
Summary: I bought this projector because of the success that I've had in the past with BenQ projectors. My first BenQ was a W10000 but it got hit by lightning. Then I went with the W6000 but I had been buying all of these 3D movies so I decided to go ahead and get the W7000 projector because it came highly...
Nathan M. Rose "Movie Guy from FlickDirect", Amazon
29 April 2013
Summary: While the initial product is great and works well for a "in house home theater" the firmware itself is a bit troublesome and actually has to be sent to the company to upgrade rather than just downloading it.