LCD projectors give best colors and black levels everytime
Richard White, Amazon
29 April 2010
Summary: I have owned my Infocus Sp5000 for 5 years or 6209 hours view time .The problem I find with the very few negative reviews on this incredible little native 720p LCD projector is they usually come from people that have little time, experience and patients setting up and end up selling the projector...
Summary: Personal Experience I have had this projector for over two years... I love it. Never had any problem. I use it as my everyday TV for high-def gaming and as a movie theater. I get compliments all the time. Also I have used the bulb for over 4000 hours with no end in sight.
Summary: 1.) There is lots of posterization of colors near white and near black. This makes it pretty bad for watching movies, which are color balanced for dark adapted eyes. 2.) You must turn the projector upside down to mount the projector near the ceiling: there is no angle adjustment on the cone of view.
Cons: 1.) lots of posterization of colors near white and near black. 2.) no angle adjustment on the cone of view 3.) DVI/HDMI input requires buying a custom optional cable.
Summary: Personal Experience I recently bought an inFocus SP5000 and a 100" screen. it seemed like a bargain for a projector with a native resolution for 720p widescreen. It is LCD. Annoyances: 1.) It supports DVI input, but with an optional proprietary adapter cable. Another $15. expense. 2.
Summary: Personal Experience Well all I got to say is that i love it so far right out of the box it was great i had some problems setting it up tho cause its on a rear shelf above where you would sit but i got it to work out everything is great no problems but it does get hot but a small fan fixed that.
Summary: Personal Experience Absolutley love this projector. I had to fiddle with some of the menu settings to find the sweet spots but once i did it looks great. It really needs a good input to shine. I have mine hooked up to a HDMI adapter for the DVD and component for the HD cable, looks great.
Summary: This was the first projector I ever bought. It has the 1280x720 native resolution (16:9 aspect ratio 720p pixel count)that I was looking for. Most of this review is about what the Sp5000 gets wrong, but mostly the SP5000 gets things right.