Excellent Brightness and clear video, But Flickering Video and Power pack issues.
13 May 2013
Summary: I purchased this online for $949 February 2010 I consider my self a do it your self-er and the challenges when setting up 3D gave me a headache to the point where i gave up on it being able to play 3D. and i returned the 2 pairs of $129 glasses. Pro's The Lumens is great.
Pros: Great Lumens, versatility in mounting ease, clear picture, price point
Cons: Flickering video, Power pack issues, support.
Summary: Advertisement claims "FREE mount and screen with purchase by mail". Its a ripoff! They claim the stuff is free but what they don't tell you is that you have to pay for shipping on both items. For the two items shipped it is just short of $80.
Pros: Projector works beautifully.
Cons: Seems to take a little longer than other projectors to do the auto input scan but not to the point that I would even consider it bothersome.
ViewSonic PJD6251 SGA DLP Projector selected for National Bienniel Arts Exhbition
gallery curator, Amazon
10 October 2010
Summary: The ViewSonic was selected very close to the opening date of an important art exhibition for various reasons. It was necessary to connect the projector to several computers to project images in a gallery space that has many sources of light at various times of the day including strong sun light and...
Summary: The quality of the output is very good, clear, great throw distance. We hoped the 3800 lumins would be bright enough for our conference rooms, which have really bright new florescent lighting with reflectors to maximize the light.
Summary: I bought two projectors for my church, and we are happy to have them. The projectors are bright enough for 300 people to watch slide-show or DVD. They are well worth the $$$, I highly recommend this model. Two things that may need your attention: The "text shot" feature does not work for me yet.
Viewsonic PJD6251 Projector: Super Bright & 3D ready!
GLENN BONAT, Amazon
21 July 2010
Summary: I have have been a front projection home theater enthusiast for many years, going back to the old "3 gun" or 3 lens crt projectors. Over the years I switched to LCD projectors. When it came time to replace the $500.00 lamp in my old Epson, I decided to look at the new generation of DLP projectors.
Summary: If you network this projector directly to a pc, the cat5 cable does not need to be wired for ‘Cross-Over’ (I learned this the hard way). I had some problems with web browser updating the projector settings, but thats probably because I'm a dweeb.
Pros: Cheap price, 3700 Lumens, Very clear, bright, picture, 4000 hour bulb, Network Controlled, The projector will email you when their is a problem or needs service.
Cons: Loud fans! I mounted this projector up in a tall, vaulted ceiling at a small church and you can hear the fans take off like a jet engine. Also it did not come with mounting screws, I had to goto a hardware store to find them. Poor documentation.