Summary: I have owned this projector for about 3 weeks now and would highly recommend it to anyone. The picture is sharp and very bright. It is bright enough to look good in a room with some ambient light but it looks best with the room very dark.
Summary: I bought this projector and I absolutely love it! Installed it on the ceiling without any fuss having to go through multiple internal menus. The brightness is fantastic in a controlled light setting. My basement is completely dark, and it's movie theatre quality. I'm running about a 12ft.
Summary: I bought this one from a local dealer. It replace my Sony 52' 1080p hd tv. I have to say, this projector is amazing. Now I can have a 80' tv on my wall. The color is brilliant, and the picture is super clear. For $2000, you can get a good 52 inch tv, but why not get a projector like this.
Summary: Personal Experience A pretty underrated SXRD (for streetprice). Based on the Sony SXRD panels (VW60, HW10). The brightest SXRD out there in this range, color management on board (! remember, HD350 got no CM). Lens shift (vertical) rel.
Excerpt: To start with a few technical information: Display Technology - SXRD Resolution of Projector - 1920 x 1080P Projected Image Size - 5m Lens - Manual Zoom Contrast Ratio - 3000:1 Lamp Life - 3000 hours 173 mm Height 366 mm Width 447.5 mm Depth 9.7 kg Weight As you can see, the projector is quite heavy...
Excerpt: Pros:Fantastic picture quality, deep blacks, vivid color detail, no real issues of motion blur. Pixelation non existent because of the Sony SXRD chips (as opposed to DLP). Brighter than other LCOS projectors I have seen.Cons:The auto iris acts a bit funny in Iris 1 setting, I keep it on 2 or custom.
Summary: Super Bild (240cm Breite), hell und kontrastreich auch innerhalb des Bildes relativ leise. OB Bluray, HDTV, oder DVD - ich bin vollauf zufrieden. Das Gehäuse ist schick, die Abmessungen groß. Das ist aber auch der einzige Kritikpunkt.