Summary: so i am notorious for "over-thinking" all of my major purchases. i want the best bang for my dollar. well, i found this projector, refurbished, for a little over $200 and it was. worth. every. penny!!! we initially bought it for my daughters teenage slumber party in a month from now.
Summary: Personal Experience Turned this thing on and WOW. For an inexpensive projector, it is very clear and bright. I found mine refurbished and got it sub $300. I might just buy another and play with 3D a bit. Easy, bright, clear (for HD 1024x768), built well, has a handle.
Summary: Personal Experience Good projector. Problems Bought and upconverting DVD player and connected is using an HDMI-DVI cable. HDCP protected content will not play, even though the unit is supposed to have the HDMI chip. Any ideas?
Summary: Personal Experience I bought it as a steal off yugster.com, very happy with the results. Even with lamp-saver on, I can still comfortably watch TV on an 80" screen with a lamp on in the room for homework. Problems No problems, I run it with a DVI cable from a multimedia computer.
Summary: Personal Experience This is my third unit, and each one had different problem. First; I had lost of red, second; had a black line in the image, third a fail on the power supply. I expected more from HP quality.
Summary: Personal Experience Just bought this projector about 1 month ago, this is my second HP projector. The first was an MP3220 with 2k lumens and contrast ratio. This one blow away the old on on contrast at 2500:1.