Summary: Personal Experience I have had the unit since 2009 and never had one issue with it. I have had it mounted in multiple places including a hot florida garage projecting on a 12 ft wide by 9 ft high custom screen and never had one complaint from anyone viewing the awesome images.
Summary: Personal Experience Had it for 4 months and the bulb burnt out. had maybe 30 hrs on it. Contacted sony and they had me send the whole projector in. It took 6 months to get it back! Sony was very unhelpful.
Summary: We have had this projector for 5 years now and have no interest in upgrading. We have gone through two bulbs in all that time and the price has.come down drastically in the last year or so. clear picture, makes.for a great big screen projector tv.
Summary: Personal Experience I purchased the Sony for $800 from an on-line vendor. I have it ceiling mounted about 15 feet from a custom built screen (approx 120" diag). I'm not a videophile, but for me and my guests, the picture is amazing. The unit is quiet enough that it's not noticeable.
Summary: This projector is perfect. I was willing to spend 5k on a projector, and they talked me in to this unit and I am very happy.
Pros: Very nice projector for the money. This installation was easy as well. Installed in a 72' long x 54' wide building about 18' from a 144" screen. The projector is mounted at about 13' from the floor. Everyone who sees the picture cannot beleive the HD quality of movies and such. we have had masny ...
Summary: I've owned one of these for a year. It is great when it's here, but the image chip has completely failed TWICE. The first time was after less than 55 hours of use and 5 weeks of ownership. It showed only pink and green vertical bars. I couldn't even see the internal menus.
Happy with quality, but there are caveats for some
A Fine Lion, Amazon
31 July 2009
Summary: Something to remind people is that many electronics are designed to be near the viewing source, so when you have a projector TV of any type, there are some caveats. If you have a Wii, speakers, or something similar that you'd usually have by the TV, remember that the sensor bar has to be near the...