Summary: I have never had and LCD projector before it is easy to use and has a good picture. Originally its a commercial unit and brand new was very expensive item, but as a used starter unit for the first time user it is a good value.
Even used it was a great unit for the price, I love it.
2 November 2010
Summary: Internet ratings were good on this make and model. I bought it used and it works great with a very good picture quality. I am very happy with it and use it in the family room as a large screen TV or watch movies using a Blue ray DVD player, It's great and the price was very good (around $ 50.00 with shipping) you can't beat that.
Summary: The 7250 projector is a very capable performer. Once set up, it operates seamlessly with whatever signal source you feed it with. I have used a PC-based platform and DVD player as the sources and have found no negative features in its personality. Altough it may not be quite as bright as some of today's latest offerings, I would certainly not fault it in any way.
Summary: Personal Experience To contradict the post above I would say the bulb cost is one of the best features of buying this projector. Since its a common projector bulbs are about $200 right now. I got one for $130. No idea of how many hours on it the idiot shipped it in UNPACKED box with NO stuffing around it, it was bouncing around like a tennis ball. This projector is $500 now!!! I bought it for $3,000 in year 2000.
Summary: Personal Experience When this projector first came out, I was one of the first to buy. 1300 Lumens WITH good video was rare. Contrast ratio is about the same as all produced in 1999--OK. Today there are better units, but they do meltdown (literally). I have owned 4 units since then and all survived a drop of an AV cart (try that today!) more than once and kept going. Great features--Great XGA Good Video. Only concern is the high lamp cost.