Summary: Personal Experience Had about a month, replaced an old SharpVision xv-z9000u, very happy very bright can even watch during the day. Awesome Quailty with PS3 & Blu-ray Problems Fan A little loud on "normal mode" very acceptable at eco 1 or eco 2
Summary: Personal Experience I have to admit, I was quite skeptical of this projector. I mean 2500 lumen from a 20k+ hour light source for under $1000? I researched and finally purchased this model to replace my aging Toshiba TDP-T45 DLP Projector. I was just tired of replacing the lamps every couple thousand hours. Well the unit arrived, extremely slim and quite attractive compared to it's bulky counterpart. I sat it up on a table to play with it, turned it on and BAM!
Summary: As usual, I am always a little skeptical with claims made on new technology items. I have had a home theater video projector for over a decade, so am jaded to much of the hype so when I read about an LED projector listed as 2500 lumen my warning alarms started going off. I read further and saw it was a "hybrid" led and after a little more research I started saying "well maybe.