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I mostly watch 720p tv shows, but also blurays, videogames, etc. If you think blurays aren't worth it, or have need of cataract surgery, maybe extra res isn't worth it.
As to the brightness, I have a huge open loft and during the day, even with the blinds shut, lots of light comes in and it's not very watchable. I'd say you are asking waaaaaaay too much from this PJ. It's bright but will get washed out during the daytime, no question.
ps, I've owned this for only a couple weeks and already have 257 hours on it. Maybe not something to be particularly proud of, but it should tell you something about it. Dial down the brightness and tweak the gamma, and it's very nice (not perfect though) and I can't tell you how much I love projectors now. I wouldn't have pulled the trigger were it not for the insane value and specs. Things will only get better as time goes by. I bet 4k projectors are in my future. Bring it!!!
Can't wait to read about what CES brings tomorrow.


FINALLY, a post I can dig my teeth into!! I got the new BenQ MW519. http://www.benq.us/product/projector/mw519/

Very GOOD specs for what I paid for it and I like it ALOT. It's full 3D HD, has a 13,000:1 Contrast ratio, a bright 2800 ANSI lumens, 100 inch screen at only 10 feet but up to 12 ft. It can be had for $528, or $566 if you prefer Amazon. For the price, you won't find better quality OR versatility..... Watch Football in the daytime and movies/games in 2D/3D at night with the lights on.

So, you're saying the step down of 800 Lumens and the fact most of what I watch isn't 1080P,, it's not worth 40% more?

BTW, like my nik-name suggests, I'm 30..... and nowhere near cataracts~!!!
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How did you order from Amazon.ca? I try and it tells me cannot be shipped to my address. I am in the US.

Looks like I can use my Amazon gift cards (which I have collected for 10 to 15% off) on Amazon.ca, so I would order this up right now if I could and wait for delivery.
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How did you order from Amazon.ca? I try and it tells me cannot be shipped to my address. I am in the US.
Looks like I can use my Amazon gift cards (which I have collected for 10 to 15% off) on Amazon.ca, so I would order this up right now if I could and wait for delivery.

Oh it probably wont ship outside then Canada then. I get the same error message on lots of items from Amazon.com as well as the items wont ship outside of USA. Sucks when this happens...
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Huge quality jump from 720p to 1080p, it's not even funny! You'll never go back. Not to mention the DC3 chipset (which I think TI only makes them on 1920x1080 resolutions).
Acer H5360BD 720p has DarkChip 3.
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FINALLY, a post I can dig my teeth into!! I got the new BenQ MW519. http://www.benq.us/product/projector/mw519/
Very GOOD specs for what I paid for it and I like it ALOT. It's full 3D HD ...
It's second time you are saying it's full HD 3D. MW519 has resolution 1280x800, its WXGA. Some may get it wrong.
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w1070 - 1700 calibrated lumens from Kraine's and Art's review. I wonder how much it will be on Acer H6510BD.
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Yes, definitely waiting to hear more on Acer H6510BD. There still isn't a thread on it on this forum.
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Tested with comcast 3d:
3DTV Corp DLP Link model D+D3G, 96/100/120/144 Hz – works fine
3DTV Corp DLP Link model ND2G, 120 Hz – works fine
3DTV Corp DLP Link model VA-DD1, 120 Hz – gives picture with flashes and flickering. Basically doesn’t work
Optoma ZD101 - works fine

Please make sure you test with all modes before posting info about working glasses. W1070 needs glasses that support 100,120 and 144hz.

50hz > 100hz glasses
60hz > 120hz glasses
24hz > 144hz glasses

Some may think that all of your tested glasses work also with 24hz material(bluray 3D for example).
Can you confirm that your tested glasses works also with 24hz material?
I know one model from 3DTV Corp works but most do not.
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Now, can you "speak" in English? Also, you meant the Benq 7000? I only have Time Warner Cable and most of the stuff is broadcast in 720P or 1080i at best. I got Tivo, so I can't switch to Dish or something. So, bottom line, seeing 98% of my viewing isn't 1080P, is it worth 40%+ more?
Next, will the W1070 give me enough lumens to play sports in the daylight without darkening my entire "open concept" home? It's not like I live in a cave and certainly my friends won't appreciate having a party in one either! I don't have a dedicated room for movies, so I just want the best of both worlds. For better or worse I have to find a happy medium, all in one.

Speak in English? Can you read English? I tried to show u how I got my cable to look the best
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It's second time you are saying it's full HD 3D. MW519 has resolution 1280x800, its WXGA. Some may get it wrong.

Anything over 720 is HD. 720 is 16:9, 800 is 16:10. My computer screen is 16:10 and is 1920X1200. Is that not HD? 16:10 is actually the standard for Apple computers. Are they not HD?

Finally, I linked it right to the specs, so if people can't click it, they likely can't read it to begin with..... but thanks for coming up with a thoughful reply to my questions~!!
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Please make sure you test with all modes before posting info about working glasses. W1070 needs glasses that support 100,120 and 144hz.
50hz > 100hz glasses
60hz > 120hz glasses
24hz > 144hz glasses
Some may think that all of your tested glasses work also with 24hz material(bluray 3D for example).
Can you confirm that your tested glasses works also with 24hz material?
I know one model from 3DTV Corp works but most do not.

BenQ's glasses also work at 96hz.

http://www.benq.us/product/projector/3dglasses-d3/specifications

3DTV Corps DLP2's work but suck for me, both pairs. Check out this thread:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1448720/benq-w1070-144hz-compatible-dlp-link-3d-glasses#post_22797952
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Do you even read the entire question before you start typing what you think the answer is?

You asked if you should have gotten the W1070 because its 1080p instead of the 720p projector you just bought. I just tried to explain the difference between the numerous 720p projectors I had to the W7000, which is similar to the W1070. Using the Oppo 103 with its features got me the best results because it upscaled my cable to 1080p and enhanced the features. I didn't say go out and buy what I got, just gave you an situation where a 1080p projector made a significant difference over a 720p projector.

Then, you asked me to speak in English for some reason. I just thought that came off rude. However, I 720p will give you a good image
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Will 720P Broadcasts seems somehow better through a 1080P projector as opposed to a 1280X800?

This was the comment I was referring to earlier
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It's already a Bargain! If it MSRP'd at $1,500, would it be a bargain now?
Then you don't need a projector.... BTW, what are you using now?
Don't expect a lower price until until other manufacturers can beat it at a better price..... Then you'll be in the same predicament
Odds are, you'll never get a "bargain". Might as well wait for 4K and pay $10,000 for it~!!


Patience....everything will and must come down.

A true bargain is the VS Pro8200 for $700. W1070 at $1100-$1200 is a good value. The W1070 at $1500? You got way to much options at that price range.

Btw, currently running an Epson 8100.
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You asked if you should have gotten the W1070 because its 1080p instead of the 720p projector you just bought. I just tried to explain the difference between the numerous 720p projectors I had to the W7000, which is similar to the W1070. Using the Oppo 103 with its features got me the best results because it upscaled my cable to 1080p and enhanced the features. I didn't say go out and buy what I got, just gave you an situation where a 1080p projector made a significant difference over a 720p projector.
Then, you asked me to speak in English for some reason,then said how you don't have a dedicated theater, which doesn't matter at all. Don't be a rude A$$!!!

OK, I did't know what Oppo 103 was. It sounds like an algorithm that synthetically produces a generic 1080P. Is that pretty effective? How much is it?

You said a few other things I didn't know the meaning to either. Not being rude, thought it was funny until you asked me if I could read English~!!
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Oppo just happens to make the best regarded Blu-Ray players with special features and quality builds that others don't have. . . It gets me angry when people get nasty with posters that try to help. Many of us are here to get more information and to help other posters. I would hope that new posters would be willing to listen before making statements like "Now can you speak in English.:
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OK, Folks got my w1070 late last night: think I was the last stop or close to it for UPS. Ha! Ha!

Set it up on a table last night to check it out and today will ceiling mount. The Benq is a shorter trough then HD20.
As you all may know it is somewhat time consuming to get it right.

Some early impressions:

1. It is Bright!!! I would say it is one of the brightest I have had. Contrast is way up there and detail is very very good.
( Coming from a Optoma HD20)

2. Picture is down right Beautiful. Just a little tweaking by eye for now. Will cal later after bulb has some hours on it.

3. Smart Eco really works. No yet noticeable problems

So far I can't really see how anyone would could go wrong and not find it a bargain and/or be happy with it.

Will post more latter, have some work to get it mounted and setup on the a ceiling.


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OK, I did't know what Oppo 103. It sounds like an algorithm that synthetically produces a generic 1080P. Is that pretty effective? How much is it?
You said a few other things I didn't know the meaning to either. Not being rude, thought it was funny until you asked me if I could read English~!!

Its cool, its early. But it the first blu ray player I know of that has hdmi in to add sources to us blu ray features. I had to sell my W7000 because of throw this. I'm using a 120in HP screen. The W1070 show preform better and brighter than the W7000 with 2D material. It cost me $500 but people sell there Oppos every year to upgrade to a new one. You might be able to pick up a used one next year if you looking for better performance down the road. Another good feature is that it has a good 2d-3d conversion. I watched a couple of games in 3d and it was good. Hockey and tennis is really good in 3d
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Its cool, its early. But it the first blu ray player I know of that has hdmi in to add sources to us blu ray features. I had to sell my W7000 because of throw this. I'm using a 120in HP screen. The W1070 show preform better and brighter than the W7000 with 2D material. It cost me $500 but people sell there Oppos every year to upgrade to a new one. You might be able to pick up a used one next year if you looking for better performance down the road. Another good feature is that it has a good 2d-3d conversion. I watched a couple of games in 3d and it was good. Hockey and tennis is really good in 3d

A good receiver can upconvert, right? I'd be looking mostly to upconvert tv broadcast, not dvd's or streaming. Upconverting really does a convincing job, huh?
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I guess I am clueless!! Sorry about that.
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A good receiver can upconvert, right? I'd be looking mostly to upconvert tv broadcast, not dvd's or streaming. Upconverting really does a convincing job, huh?

The Onkyo uses the video processor in the Oppo for about $250. The Oppo has more feature and cost twice as much. The Onkyo upconverts to 1080p also.
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The Onkyo uses the video processor in the Oppo for about $250. The Oppo has more feature and cost twice as much. The Onkyo upconverts to 1080p also.

Darn, I got a top-line Onkyo too...... about 3 years old though and I know it doesn't upconvert. I'll have to look into some of these options though.
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Were are you getting these models numbers from? I've been talking to them directly and they're sending me the DLP2, DLPR, DLPC and the DLPK's for trial.
Also, don't you notice the right lens shows the color/contrast a few shades lighter then the left eye? I got 2 pairs and they're both the same...... Additionally, just got TrueDepth Beta's version and they're doing the same thing..... It's driving me NUTS!

These numbers are on the box of the glasses. I don't see the shades that you mention.
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Please make sure you test with all modes before posting info about working glasses. W1070 needs glasses that support 100,120 and 144hz.
50hz > 100hz glasses
60hz > 120hz glasses
24hz > 144hz glasses
Some may think that all of your tested glasses work also with 24hz material(bluray 3D for example).
Can you confirm that your tested glasses works also with 24hz material?
I know one model from 3DTV Corp works but most do not.

I tested with Comcast 3d. That's why I wrote that above the glasses overview. Sorry for the confusion. Comcast 3d is 1080i 60hz as far as I know.
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Here is the response I received from Amazaon.ca when trying to order to ship to the United States.

Arun: I'm sorry, but at this time we are not able to ship electronics to destinations outside Canada.

From their help page.
Shipping Restrictions
Amazon.ca cannot ship Software, Computer & Video Games, Gift Cards or Electronics internationally. Also, we cannot currently ship any items to addresses in Angola, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Kosovo, and Sudan.

Maybe I miss understood people who said they ordered this from Amazon.ca. Did anyone have the item shipped to a non-Canada address?
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Anyone tried messing in a HTPC output signals to get 3D Blurays to work with 120hz, say change output to 60hz. Only reason I ask is because I have some 120hz glasses and if I picked one up I would like to utilize them if possible. I view all movies via HTPC so switching the output signal may or may not work.
Been cooler if BenQ allowed the DLP link to be either 120hz or 144hz.
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Patience....everything will and must come down.
A true bargain is the VS Pro8200 for $700. W1070 at $1100-$1200 is a good value. The W1070 at $1500? You got way to much options at that price range.
Btw, currently running an Epson 8100.

The pro8200 is almost 3 years old and has a contrast ratio of only 4500:1. The bargain is theW1070. Far after the 8200 is off the market, I'll be buying another W1070 and returning my used one as new defective. Then, I'll still have a very good projector, brand new with all the bells and whistles..... While you're shopping for another "bargain"~!!
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Its cool, its early. But it the first blu ray player I know of that has hdmi in to add sources to us blu ray features. I had to sell my W7000 because of throw this. I'm using a 120in HP screen. The W1070 show preform better and brighter than the W7000 with 2D material. It cost me $500 but people sell there Oppos every year to upgrade to a new one. You might be able to pick up a used one next year if you looking for better performance down the road. Another good feature is that it has a good 2d-3d conversion. I watched a couple of games in 3d and it was good. Hockey and tennis is really good in 3d

So, you think the BenQ MWW519 is likely a better choice in lightened rooms...... but I could make it closer to 1080P if I buy an upscaler in the future...... Like I said, most my material isn't 1080P now, so it doesn't make a lot of sense to pay almost 50% more seeing the MW519 is brighter and has a 13,000:1 contrast ratio and I think the picture rocks from 10+ feet away.

Again, how effective are those? Surely, it's not equal to true 1080P, would you say it makes it more equal to say a 900P?
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You probably need a 1080p projector to take advantage of any 1080p upscaler. I tried it with my Optoma GT720 and my Casio LED projector, but the results were not that significant.
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You probably need a 1080p projector to take advantage of any 1080p upscaler. I tried it with my Optoma GT720 and my Casio LED projector, but the results were not that significant.

Then, what's the point of an upscaler?
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