Summary: Personal Experience this is a excellent projector always starts up, i had from new and it has 2255hrs on the projector and lamp and what can i say this had a excellent image till about 1000 hrs and then i got yellow screenburn on the sides and some purple on the top corners even though the filters where cleaned when the message comes on. the filter message comes on every 100 hours what is a good time as the filter clogs around 250 hrs where i am.
Summary: Personal Experience I bought this projector from Projector Central n Jan 2004, and I have had a great experience for the past six years. It worked like a champ every time. This realibility will push me to purchase another NEC projector if I have to replace this for some reason. Problems The only minor problem I have had is that the clean filter message stays on, even after cleaning the filter.
Summary: Personal Experience vt 46 super projectors for hometheatre systems at the same time this value ,if you compare of infocus x1 ,infocus dlp bed soo poor and unsuficient for projectors , you musnt that optical electronics number one japans.
Summary: Personal Experience I have bought this beamer to view dvd's. The beamer is perfect for viewing dvd's. The quality is great and i use not a projection screen, just on the wall. So, if you search a beamer for viewing movies, this one you like! When i see the reviews of the Infocus, maybe you must take that beamer. But when you can buy the VT46 for a nice price and you would like to see some dvd's, you will not be disappointed... Problems Till now none.
Summary: If you've waited for a great deal on a portable projector, your time has come. The VT46 is a dual-use projector that can display images from a PC - or from a video source such as a DVD player or VCR. It has a native SVGA resolution of 800 by 600, but it also can display XGA screens (1024 by 768). And it uses an LCD system for its display technology.
Summary: Personal Experience I was looking for a projector in the sub-$1000 category to use primarily for DVD movies. I originally considered the InFocus X1, since it is highly rated and probably 'the' most recommended projector in this price range. However, I am sensitive to the 'rainbow' effect' that DLP projectors are prone to, so I had to turn to LCD. The NEC VT46 has some favorable reviews out there, and it has a shorter throw than the X1, so I decided to pick one up. Wow!
Summary: I originally considered the InFocus X1, since it is highly rated and probably 'the' most recommended projector in this price range. However, I am sensitive to the 'rainbow' effect' that DLP projectors are prone to, so I had to turn to LCD. The NEC VT46 has some favorable reviews out there, and it has a shorter throw than the X1, so I decided to pick one up. Wow! The picture is much better than I expected!
Summary: Personal Experience I compared the VT46 to the InFocus X1 for home theater and decided to purchase the VT46. In my comparison, I found the VT46 displayed more accurate colors and had a brighter image. Brightness is important since I use the projector with a 100" screen and sometimes I have a reading light on in the room. The X1 required all lights off or the image appeared washed out.
Summary: Personal Experience I used the VT46 for about two weeks after using the Infocus X1. There was absolutely no comparison. The VT46's image quality was very poor for viewing movies. If you're looking for a home theater unit, this is not the one. As for a presentation unit. It has a fair picture. It was not as clear as I would like. The X1 was great for presentations and great for viewing movies.