Good looking projector, but LG is lying about their numbers
Tyler V. Neal, Amazon
24 July 2013
Summary: I bought this projector a little while ago and it works well, I have no major issues with it. The only problem though is that it is not as bright as LG claims it is. My friend has a similar model (less rated brightness) and when I look at his it looks way more vivid and bright.
Summary: I bought this projector because it has a USB port, it's 700 lumens and it "will last" 30,000 hours and the contrast ratio is supposed to be 15,000:1! Plus the price was just $50-60 more than the optoma ML500 which is only a 500 lumens projector, has got 20,000 hours of lamp life and the contrast is...
Summary: ...if not for the focus issue. This is my first projector, and I did read others stating they had issues with the uniformity of the way this unit is clearly in focus in certain parts of the image, yet blurry and out of focus in another.
Summary: This projector is bright and vibrant. Even with the unusual diamond pixel format, video is smooth and luminous in a low light setting. Unfortunately, the screen focus is inconsistent. For any other application than video, this LED projector is infuriating.
Beautiful projector from the outside, but ..........
David G. Kipper, Amazon
10 January 2013
Summary: Would have loved to have loved this projector, unfortunately the focus was no good at all. It would be fine if you were watching a movie, but when I tried to look at text it quickly became apparent that it was impossible to get the whole image focused at one time.
Summary: i had this projector for a day, i wanted to love it, but had a serious issue with it....focus...it wouldnt focus uniformly at all, i use the projector as a pc screen, which means lots of browsing and text reading, what i quickly noticed that only one area will be in focus while the other will be...