BenQ MH530FHD Projector In Action -Video Review

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This is a video review of the BenQ MH530FHD projector that we recently reviewed in this written article.

As you watch this video, we will show you the actual projector so you can see the quality, how it works, and what comes with it. We talk about the technology and how you might use it in your own home after seeing our experiences setting up and using this on our wall.

Some of the points we cover are:

  • Picture quality
  • What 1080p looks like at 115 inches (We didn’t have a bigger wall)
  • Pixel peeping for dots
  • Audio quality
  • What gaming on this projector looks like
  • The huge array of input and output ports
  • Menu options for customized use

One thing that isn’t covered in this video is the option to mount the projector on your ceiling. You will need brackets to do this (which isn’t included), but if you do, the projector has options to let you rotate and invert the picture so you’re not watching things upside down and sideways.

If you’re lucky enough to live anywhere in the world, this will work! (wherever there is a steady stream of electricity, that is.)

You can find all the technical information in our written review, but a few of the most important ratings are:

  • 10,000 hour lamp life
  • Brightness – 3300 Lumens
  • Contrast Ratio – 15,000:1
  • Max size – 300 inches

In addition to the projector unit, it comes with a power cable, remote control (and batteries), instructions and a VGA cable to connect to your computer. No HDMI cable is included, so you’ll have to buy one if you want to play console games. At time of writing, the BenQ MH530FHD is available for $549.

Watch the video to see what we experienced.

More Info: http://www.benq.us/product/projector/MH530FHD
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Young

Young is like an onion - a Jack-of-many-trades with a "Let's do it!" attitude. He's lived/worked on several continents, but enjoys his current life in New York working around cameras and folding origami. He likes coffee, though he really should lay off that stuff. --- http://YoungFromNewYork.com

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