Summary: Personal Experience I picked it up for $300, with 183 on the lamp. It works goos and it is bright. I have an old sharp 175 lums this is 1200 lums so it is very bright for me. The PQ is real good on a white wall not a screen.
Summary: Personal Experience 1st projector, image quality was pretty good looking. i used this for Sat, DVD's, XBOX, NES & PC games. Games were awesome to play on a 125 inch screen but on some games and movies the white was too bright with the black too dark.
Summary: Personal Experience Works fine then about 100-150 hours the unit shuts down after 10-25 minutes. The lamp is fine, there is something else going on. I've had the projector for 4 years so it's way out of warrantee - I use it occasionally, so what, Dell does not care.
Summary: Personal Experience A pretty good projector. I'm not the most experienced with projectors but the image quality is pretty good and it is pretty bright. Of course I would prefer a plasma, LCD, or projection HDTV, but for the price this isn't bad.
Summary: Personal Experience Ok I guess, You get what you pay for watch 3 dvd's and then sold it. Problems The color wheel is not fast enough, Can see Reds and greens flash on screen hurt my eyes, rainbowing and not very bright. Not worth the price.
Summary: Personal Experience It's a good projector for SVGA. No problem so far, but it's got real good image quality I have not seen in a lot of SVGA projectors. Problems The biggest problem with the dlp technology is the rainbow effect.
Summary: Personal Experience Well, if you read my last review, you'll see that Dell mailed me a new bulb last year for free because it died after only 200 hours. The new bulb exploded after about 100 hours of use this past summer. I wrote dell another letter, this time asking for a new unit.
Summary: Personal Experience Borrowed from church, and watching DVD movies at home. Image quality is hopeless. It's pixelated,and the colours are bad. Can't pick up the details of the images. If the the movie scene is shown in the evening, you are not not going to see anything, just darkness!
Summary: Personal Experience I bought this as a second projector. My first is an Infocus X1 which is superb. After reading favorable reviews of the 2200MP I figured they'd be comparable projectors; they are not.