Summary: At this point I've had this projector for 5 years or so now and its still has incredible color and picture. I'm wanting to go to Full 1080p with 3D but find it had to part with this one since it has such good quality.
Summary: I've had 4 projectors before this one, including much more expensive models. This beats them all. Great picture quality, good colors and blacks, very flexible and easily adjusted for different mounting options. I got mine used for ~$500.
Summary: Now you can have one at home. Picture is very sharp in 720p. I have it hooked up to ps3 with HDMI connections and it's spectacular. Read all reviews on hc1500 and you'll see why it's the best sub $1000 projector out there.
Summary: We have a dedicated theatre room. This projector is easy to set up and the picture is dynamic. Great brightness and clearity. Its like watching a plasma TV even though the picture size is 110". Fantastic! AAAA++++
DLP Projector is awesome! I would buy again in a heartbeat.
31 January 2010
Summary: This Projector is great. It looks extremely clear with Blueray. No screen effect is visible on this projector unless you get really really close. The only drawback is that the zoom is very limited which limits where you can put the projector. Updated 7/24/2012.
Summary: I bought this around Thanksgiving before ..(BCS and NFL) finals, primarily for ME (myself)! (since no one else thought we should spend that much $$$'s for a big screen projector) SOOOooo, I made it a Christmas gift for US (all)! I have personally used this (during the last 2 years ) about 60 ( YES!!
Summary: This 720p projector is bright enough to be displayed with the light on, and thats when leaving it in low lamp mode. It has exceptional color and contrast. Also it has no filters to change, and it extremely silent, even in high lamp mode. It is a perfect projector.
Summary: My first Home Theater projector was an InFocus IN72, which I loved, but was only 480p. So I sold it and in August 2008 I bought the Mitsubishi HC1500, which is 720p (native resolution of 1280x720). What can I say? Some of my friends keep asking me "when are you going to show that movie?"...