Originally Posted by mevnet
W1070 did not allow me to keep the projector in the current position, which for me is important. The zoom is limited and at my distance which is almost 12 feet the image was probably 102-105', my screen is 97". However, I did not notice the grain/ image noise on the w1070. It is very similar to using high ISO on a camera. Hard to see it in the video I captured for many reasons, that was more to see the overall picture and colors.
Hope this helps
How it's better to keep the zoom, to get the best picture quality? 1.00 x zoom or 1.60 x zoom? I guess that 1.60 x zoom, to keep the best image detail, right?
With the W1500
ceiling mounted, 3.2 meters (10.5 foot) away from the screen, with zoom ratio 1.00 X, I get 135" image diagonal, while with zoom ratio 1.60 X, I get 84" image diagonal.
With the W1070
ceiling mounted, 3.2 meters (10.5 foot) away from the screen, with the zoom ratio 1.00 X, I get 126" image diagonal, while with zoom ratio 1.30 X, I get 97" image diagonal.
So both W1070 and W1500 would fit in my bedroom.
1. Which one would you recommend, if I use the projector to play games and watch movies?
2. Both have 0.65' DC3 DLP DMD chip, or only the W1500 has? In terms of image quality and black levels, they are the same?
3. If I don't really need Wi-Fi, does it worth to pay more than double, for the W1500 (770€ for W1070, and 1600€ for W1500)Edited by kevo82 - 11/9/13 at 5:31pm