Decent projector but watch out for its power cable
13 July 2014
Summary: The PJD6345 is a decent projector with: ++ excellent brightness and sharpness, ++ low noise, ++ loads of connectivity options (VGA, HDMI, and USB.) ++ decent room filling mono sound from its built-in speakers (16W) ++ a decent 3 year warranty (though, as expected the lamp is warrantied only for 1...
Summary: I was looking for a projector to replace my 3-yr old Dell Wireless model (color wheel failed). I wanted low noise & wireless (with no LAN reliance). Since it met my requirements, and then some with techno advances, I picked this one. Low noise - great! Wireless - not so great.
Summary: The first projector I owned was an InFocus DLP model that was designed to go from presentations to home theater use. I actually used it that way, hanging it from the ceiling at home when it wasn't on the road with me.
ViewSonic PJD6345 Projector - good quality, recommended for home/business use.
21 February 2014
Summary: I recently received this projector, and I put it through the paces - I tested it on a 70" projection screen. The image quality and color is quite good. Of course, size and sharpness can be manually adjusted. The bulb is bright and the image is sharp when adjusted properly.
Summary: I will first admit to being relatively new to projectors (I mean, I just haven't used them much in life) but I set this up to the cable in the basement rec room and we use it as our TV down there. It was super easy to set up with the HDMI cable, but I did have to add separate speakers.
An average projector that doesn't compare well to the Epson range
James Beswick, Amazon
21 February 2014
Summary: This is a fairly average projector that's hard to differentiate from cheaper Epson's in both the appearance and functionality of the product. Externally, it's a nondescript, ugly black box with minimal bells and whistles - there's no cover for the lens, the height adjustment is a center-mounted...