Waste of money. Bulb outlived the LED. DO NOT BUY SHARP!
19 August 2012
Summary: Piece of garbage. After 1000 hours or so the LED starts to go bad, just google "Sharp Halo" and you'll see what I am talking about. at 1100 hours the LED just died. The bulb outlasts the projector. No help from Sharp. This will be the last Sharp product I buy.
Summary: This is a great projector to buy. The long time lamp life (3000 hours in regular mode) with 2000 lumens display gives you many years to come in use. The only issue is you cannot display menu options without a remote.
Summary: This projector was bought and ceiling mounted in a Young Life club room. Young Life is a ministry geared towards high school kids and club is a weekly meeting we hold with games, skits, music, and a message about Christ. This projector will be perfect because we don't use a projector all the time, but probably once a month or so we do and on those occasions it will be great not to have to go and unmount one from a local church and then all of the processes that are...
Summary: Personal Experience I continually switch back and forth from notebook to video input in my presentations, which is easy on this projector -- simply push the appropriate input button on the remote and you're there -- no scrolling through menus, and the new input signal syncs quickly. The projector runs comparatively cool, even with all day use (so it can be packed quickly), and performance has not degraded over time.
Summary: Personal Experience When it works it does well, although with presentations with dark background it occasionally flickers. Problems The projector has given us no end of problems synching with various PClaptops, many will not work. The same laptops work fine with other projectors. It has gotten to a point where people actively avoid using it and I will have to purchase a replacement.
Summary: Personal Experience Awesome color. We've had problems with other projectors, but this one has great color. Screen door effect not that noticable Problems Would like to be able to zoom out more
Excerpt: Wenn es um Präsentationen vor einer größeren Gruppe geht, kommt man mittlerweile um das Thema Daten- Projektor nicht mehr herum. Der Preis des Daten- Projektors richtet sich dabei nach zwei Kriterien: Projektoren mit einer maximalen Auflösung von 800 x 600 Bildpunkten (SVGA) kann man als Auslauf- Modelle bezeichnen. Diese Gruppe bewegt sich im unteren Preisbereich, mehr als 900 Euro sollte man keinesfalls für ein Gerät dieser Klasse ausgeben.