Great Picture Could not ask for more for the Price
13 August 2010
Summary: To start I have a dedicated media room and was looking to upgrade from my Mitisubish XD300U with 96 in screen. The XD300U had a great picture but in the last year a bought a Touch of Color Samsung LN52A850 downstairs and got blown away by the picture quality using the DTV HD receiver and Playstation 3 to play full 1080P movies. The picture was so awesome on the 52" I was not using my media room since it defintely did not have the ability to go true HD using HDMI inputs.
Summary: This unit is a superb projector. I have it set up with a 120" 16:9 screen, and everyone that views it is blown away with the color, the detail, and the size of the picture. It's a bargain at this price.
Summary: Personal Experience I've had this projector for 3 months now and I'd say it was one of the best value for money deals I've ever had. After the $500 rebate I paid $1400 for my HC4900. This is my second projector after my Panasonic bit the dust after just over 2 years of use. The picture quality in HD is outstanding even in low lamp mode and the lamp is extremely quiet. I have a dedicated theater room and only use the projector when there's no ambient light.
Summary: Personal Experience I am a novice user and was looking for a good HD Projector. I ran across the Mitsu 4900 and fell in love with the reviews and price. Power focus, zoom, image shift, etc all add up to a super easy installation - even for a novice. The image is nothing short of spectacular and I am shooting onto a specially painted area of my wall.
Summary: Personal Experience My Second Projector, it replaced a 3 yr old Pani PT-AE700U. I'm very pleased with it's beautiful picture quality and the obvious improvement in contrast compared to my old pj. I feel I got the very best picture quality for the money and would recommend it to anyone! Problems On my first unit a couple of dust blobs developed within the first 2 weeks.
Summary: Personal Experience I am a firm believer in getting the highest quality for the most reasonable price. I started my home theater on this premise in late 2003 with a VGA resolution NEC LT240K, rated at 2000 lumens and 2000:1 contrast. That unit was a rock, projected a bright and lively image at 120 inches diagnal on my "Screen Goo" painted wall. The unit doubled as a computer jukebox for Divx movies. I kept up with things here at Projector Central.