Originally Posted by Jim McC
Thanks. Then why does Benq's website say the image offset is 110%?
That's the default value. That doesn't take into account the lens shift which allows it to go from 110-130% +/- 5% per the manual
I just tried out night-time viewing and 3D in my new setup. The 3D is much smoother than my GT750 RF glasses. I got the Sainsonic 144hz glasses and they work well. Lost sync when I had my legs kicked up and reclined though. That was annoying. I'd recommend them though. I watched somef 3D Avatar, Tron, and 3Net on DirecTV with them. On 3D I would recommend lowering the Gamma to 1.6 or 1.8. Very bright 3D setup. Looks awesome!
LIGHT LEAKAGE. When action is on the screen the light leakage from the fan isn't a problem but on dark scenes, holy moley... Light leakage is pretty bad. Most of it shoots to the left of the screen. There is also minor light leakage from the circular gap around the lens that throws a faint halo on the ceiling in front of the projector.
Would you guys recommend getting some very low density sparse foam to allow ventilation but limit light leakage on this? Its not a deal breaker for me nor should it be for anyone considering this projector. This and the faint smell are my only complaints on this projector.