Summary: Personal Experience I purchased this projector to use for business presentations. I made the mistake of letting my wife and kids play a movie on it. No more business machine. It is not leaving the house. Like being at the cineplex except popcorn is way cheaper. I paid $108. Problems None.
Summary: Personal Experience Not the brightest unit but for the price I payed I really can't complain. I used this for playing Halo off S-video, It looked pretty good as long as I did not get the screen size too big, 6 feet is ok. Also you will need a dark room. Problems A little noisy
Summary: Personal Experience I used this in my living room and it worked great. I would recommend this for anyone who can get their room dark, and it's not good for really big rooms. My screen was about 5-6 Feet wide and at that size everything was very impressive. Problems None so far
Summary: Personal Experience This is a good projector that puts out a good image. though blacks arent the blackest and it has a screendoor effect that is typical LCD. But overall an awsome projector with many inputs and outputs. (especially for $220) Problems none
Summary: Personal Experience I had this projector for about 6 months, and it has an execptional image for its low lumens. It is a bit clunky and large, but that's not too much of a problem. Problems When the bulb burnt out it also burnt the inner circuitry of the machine and broke it.
Summary: Personal Experience I must say I'm thrilled with this projector. I purchased it used for about 300 bucks. I was nervous about how many hours may be on the bulb, but knowing the life is 2000, I don't seem to be overly concered (bulb life is DEFINATLY a factor to consider in a projector).
Summary: Personal Experience I must admit that this projector has only 220 lumens. Even with the lack of high lumens like other projectors have it displays a good image. I am happy with my purchase of this projector expecially since i paid $180.