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post #211 of 405
yes.agree with you,Looks like a more expensive 70 so best buy can take in the margin.mnBu
post #212 of 405
Hi everyone!

I am looking to purchase the Pa75U for our living room. We are moving to a house (live in a duplex now) and plan to have a dedicated theater room in the basement eventually, but that's down the road. We currently have a 1080p 55 Sony LED that we love, but the tv would look horrible in our new living room. We are avid readers (as well as Cinephiles) so we would like are living room to have more of a "library" feel. I have a an awesome definitive technology soundbar and a decent receiver, so I thought a projector would be a great addition to my minimalistic set up. It would be used in the evenings mostly, and I will possibly purchase a small 32-40 inch tv for daytime viewing.


My question is this:


I know most of you probably use a larger projection screen, but I was wondering if it was possible for this projector to project on a 60 to 65 inch projection screen? The viewing distance would be between 7-8.5 feet away.

I would hang the projection screen on the ceiling so it would be unobtrusive when not in use.

Would this projector work, or should I look elsewhere?

Thanks so much, peeps!
Edited by jonathan777 - 7/15/13 at 8:38pm
post #213 of 405
Pa75U will ofcourse project even beyond 120 inches diagonal video. Check projectorcentral website for exact data.

I assume that you a HT setup & TV already in your room. But having image projected to ceiling will play a spoilsport for sound. You can consider projecting the image above TV assuming that you have atleast 6feel high x 8feet wide above TV.

Check Benq GP10 model too.
post #214 of 405
Thanks for the quick response.

Sorry, I meant I would hang the projection screen from the ceiling, so the viewing would be normal, like if I was watching tv. I'd simply pull the screen down when we wish to watch a movie. The projector would be at the opposite and on a shelf. As far as my tv is concenred, if I get a 32 inch hdtv I would mount it to the wall so it would be flush with the floating shelves and books.

Does that make sense? So, based off of that, do you think it would be worth it? I like the idea of an LED because of the longevity.
post #215 of 405
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Originally Posted by jonathan777 View Post

Thanks for the quick response.

Sorry, I meant I would hang the projection screen from the ceiling, so the viewing would be normal, like if I was watching tv. I'd simply pull the screen down when we wish to watch a movie. The projector would be at the opposite and on a shelf. As far as my tv is concenred, if I get a 32 inch hdtv I would mount it to the wall so it would be flush with the floating shelves and books.

Does that make sense? So, based off of that, do you think it would be worth it? I like the idea of an LED because of the longevity.

Yeah, it would work great, since you could get brighter picture/vibrant at 60/65 inchs. Like a flashlight 3 feet from screen compared to 6 feet from screen.

Also, it gives you option to make a bigger picture of say 80-100 inch screen for the future or if you changed rooms. 6 foot back from screen would give you about 60 inch widescreen, 9 feet back give you 90 inch screen, approx.

At 50-60 inch screen size, since it's so small maybe check out HDTV's too, since you could use them in any lighting conditions.
post #216 of 405
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Originally Posted by jonathan777 View Post



My question is this:


I know most of you probably use a larger projection screen, but I was wondering if it was possible for this projector to project on a 60 to 65 inch projection screen? The viewing distance would be between 7-8.5 feet away.

I would hang the projection screen on the ceiling so it would be unobtrusive when not in use.

Would this projector work, or should I look elsewhere?

Thanks so much, peeps!


The projector would look excellent at ~65" — since it's only 720p the smaller the screen size the better it will look, as long as it isn't below it's projected image size — I believe the smallest recommended image size is ~35".

The problem you might have is, since you are using it in a living room, light control could be an issue. This isn't the brightest projector thus light control is rather paramount. We are currently using it in a living room situation, temporary setup, and though there is some light during the days with the window shades closed it does OK — see YouTube for a daylight test of the PA70G — but if you have other options during they day you should be fine.

Otherwise, I see no serious problems.
post #217 of 405
ok! In that case I presume its a manual pullout screen unfolding in front of TV.

Following are the points I noticed:

1) Any quality pull out screen will have edges which will start to fold over a period of time, manual pullout screens in my personal opinion are fit for data projection and for movies, permanent screen or wall painted in bright color like white or light ivory is also good.

2) This projector is good only when you can maintain 95% dark, 5% being moon light.

3) The projector can be operated with energy saving setting "MED" to dissipate medium heat and lamp life of 30000hours.

Keeping all the above points, I would suggest since you fixed the model, buy the projector and use it for first month without screen to determine best possible position and screen size and distance between projector and screen. Then mount it on the wall/ceiling mount. Make sure you position the projector lens to the center of screen in a straight line or perfect 180degrees.

Keep it as above as possible as it will emit high noise which will be clearly audible in night timings.
post #218 of 405
Thanks for the help everyone! When we move in a couple of weeks, I think I will be purchasing this projector. Thanks again! : )
post #219 of 405
Hello Everybody,

I am just a new guy to this conversation and I also want to buy the LG PA75U.
But where I can buy this in Europe?
I prefer it accepts 230Volt.

Kind regards,
Geert
post #220 of 405
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Originally Posted by g550 View Post

Hello Everybody,

I am just a new guy to this conversation and I also want to buy the LG PA75U.
But where I can buy this in Europe?
I prefer it accepts 230Volt.

Kind regards,
Geert

I believe this particular model is the US version. There is also the PA75K which is the Korean model. Therefore the European model, if there is one, will probably have a different model number/letter. I've never seen one specifically for Europe but then again the PA75A wasn't exactly obvious either.

Best of luck!
post #221 of 405
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Originally Posted by g550 View Post

I am just a new guy to this conversation and I also want to buy the LG PA75U.
But where I can buy this in Europe?
I prefer it accepts 230Volt.
Before I went into the dark side (uh, the bright side), I was looking at PA75U for a long time. I want a decent LED PJ with integrated tuner and the PA75U is the only choice. The show stopper is the US TV tuner which is not compatible with AU (DVB-T). The korean tuner is the same as US. So I ended up with a better PJ but has neither tuner nor LED smile.gif. That's the price to pay to the dark side.

This should be the same situation for Europe. The voltage is not an issue, but the TV is. However if you don't care of TV and don't mind the brightness compared to a traditional lamp, it will be a good buy. You can buy from any decent US seller and ship it over. If they don't ship internationally, you can use a US mail forwarder which usually is cheaper.
Edited by hotjt133 - 7/29/13 at 11:19pm
post #222 of 405
Hi All,

I ordered my LG PA75U in June 2013. Still there was an issue about focusing. I would hardly send it back and forth several times, because it will be too much costly. Anyone tried to disassemble the unit and correct the focusing issue DIY ?

Another issue is that I can not find any login button at home screen, thus I am not able to add any apps except of preinstalled. Login to lgapps from home screen is missing. Any thoughts?

So, the cons are:
- uneven focus,
- noticealbe chromatic abberations.
- missing lgapps login button on home page

The pros are:
- quiet operation, acceptable and much better than Q5 qumi,
- brightness is just right for controlled room,
- dlna is superb,
- speakers are suffeiciently loud for small room,
- colors are as expected
- hardly visible rainbow effect, I can not see any,

best regards,
post #223 of 405
That's the main reason why people won't buy this projector is the focus issues.

LG ! eek.gif get with the program and fix the problems with the focus on the PA70 series projectors.

Sorry LG you lose my sale and I will be going with either the Acer K335 or the Vivitek Qumi 7.
post #224 of 405
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Originally Posted by dreambeam View Post

Hi All,

I ordered my LG PA75U in June 2013. Still there was an issue about focusing. I would hardly send it back and forth several times, because it will be too much costly. Anyone tried to disassemble the unit and correct the focusing issue DIY ?

best regards,

It has been discussed a few times in the pa70g thread and maybe this one, since this is younger brother to the pa70g, that when you first get this PJ, set it up for TEST purposes , about 8-9 feet back from screen and put it on table about 4 feet high, and line it up DEAD CENTER to the Center of the Screen, not too high, not too low, not to the right or to the left of Center, but straight back! Is that Clear? I hope so.

Now, and only NOW, check FOCUS of your new unit! Is it in focus NOW, yes or no? If YES, you have FOCUSED UNIT. Now if you move the PJ to ceiling or place on floor or go to left or right of Center Screen, a part of your screen will be unfocused, but make it "ok", ... because just like if you shined a flashlight at wall, from below you would get OVAL image, but if you go straight back at same height of wall/screen you will get "PERFECT Circle", so think of "focus" the same way, since you are streaching the image. Hope that makes sense.

Now if in doing the TEST, your PJ is not focused, then, you have unfocused MODEL.

We now have a standard to TEST the PJ, and mine has "perfect focus", but if not DEAD Centered , parts of the screen can be unfocused. Peace!

p.s. An easy way to do the focus thing is, if TOP or Bottom of screen is out of focus, to fix this, move the PJ higher or lower until everything is in focus, same with LEFT or RIGHT of screen not being in focus, move the PJ left or right until the whole image is in focus. Works for me. smile.gif
One foot too much to the LEFT of center, will make either the left or right side of the screen slightly unfocused, that is when I realized how important it is to find "dead center".
Edited by rgtaa - 7/30/13 at 3:32pm
post #225 of 405
Well I finally took the plunge and bought the LGPA75U due to financial constraint, it's either now or never.
Yes I said I would not buy it because of the issues with the focus but I hope I get one without any focus problems or I might be able to fix it.
I just barely saved up enough money to buy this one and this month for me is going to be a very lean month finanically.
The things I did consider while making my choice was to save on energy I did not want many things running at the same time while watching a movie or TV.
That electric bill goes way up with electric hungry devices.
That's what I like about the LGPA75U is that if I want to watch TV it already has a built in TV tuner and if I want to watch a movie it's already there.
I know the Acer K335 will have higher lumens and the Vivitek Qumi 7 might have a glass lens and zoom but I decided that I have to give up something in return to keep costs down and get what I really need.
Yes a zoom lens is a wonderful feature to have but if you set up your projector right there is no more need for zoom.
I didn't want to pay $ 1000 for the new projector great as they are and will be.
It all came down to what I needed and costs.
All I have to do if find the right set of DLP link glasses for this what will work with the PS3 and on the cheap to.
Will the PS3 3D glasses work with the LGPA75U ?
post #226 of 405
Well,how is it?
did you get one with no focus issues?
I too,am on the fence on this one.I'm currently using a Viewsonic PJ658 on 100" screen..,I want an everyday viewer that I don't have to worry if the power goes off a few times a day or my kid decides to go on an 8 hour xbox bender while I'm at work.
Light control is not a problem in room I want to use in,but kinda worried about mounting on vaulted ceiling..I have current PJ mounted on old ceiling fan pole setup,but I'm reading this one needs to be level with screen?
Or,should I just wait a few months and see if any new models come out.LED is the route I wanna take.
post #227 of 405
I thought I'd chime in since I have had mine for 3-4 months now and have about 210 hours on it. I am still happy with it and haven't any issues except for the initial focus issues (2 exchanges) that I talked about earlier in this thread.

I don't use any of the apps or usb functions, I basically just use it for Directv and my PS3 (movies and games) via HDMI. I have watched 3D a handful of times and for my purposes and my limited 3D experience it works great. And everyone who I have shown it too loves it including the 3D. I am using it with a 100" screen in a light controlled room.

Hopefully I continue to have a good experience. It's a good entry level projector and I am pleased that I don't feel the need to worry about lamp hours.
post #228 of 405
Thanks for the thoughts kgronseth... I'm looking for an LED projector due to lamp hour usage (I have an Epson 8350 currently) and wanting to not have to worry about replacement lamps which run a couple hundred or more a pop. I'm trying to find a 1080p LED but not having much luck, and this model is well-priced and well-reviewed @ 720p. I'm thinking seriously of switching to it. The room it'll be in isn't fully light-controlled though but will be pretty dim most of the time, so my main concern is brightness honestly. I'm also curious about input lag if using it to game on if anyone's run any testing or played on it?
post #229 of 405
Very excited about my pa75u, it's coming this Friday and have done tons of research. Getting a pull down screen, 2 pairs of 3d glasses and I have different configurations in mind. Im Thinking about setting up some small brackets in the bedroom to have the beamer project on the ceiling...

Also was thinking about mounting it on a tripod I have and setting it up outside in the back yard to have movie nights with the kids, they would love it! Only problem is I need some kind of speakers. Any suggestions?? I'd have to be very creative since there are no audio options besides "headphone out". Is it at least stereo? I'm definitely not bringing an audio receiver outside, lol! I was thinking more along the lines of Bluetooth speakers (this PJ has BT??!?) or something wireless. What do you guys think?

Oh and does anyone have general calibration settings?
post #230 of 405
I can't really tell if it's a focused projector or not because I have still yet to set up the placement correctly.
I do see at the bottom it seems the fonts are a little out of focus than the upper screen but the strange thing is ? the Magic remote's curser ? as I bring it to the bottom of the screen the curser is not out of focus like the fonts.
I did notice the same thing with my non-720P LGHX300 projector.
I still yet have the focus knob set right because I can barely get my fingers into it to adjust it.
I am going to wait until the LEDS break in period and see how it performs.
I did notice someone's finger prints and dust on the lens so I will have to get a cleaning lens brush.
At this point I am just using a plain old black out cloth as a screen until I can get my real screen set up and I know I will notice a different in picture quality.
I am sure the BOC is making the picture look dull.
My brother I and I did notive the difference in picture quality compared to my other projector the LGHX300.
The trees in his game have more detail, colors are more vivid.
Still don't know if this projector has a focus problem or not but in the next few days I will get the placement of the projector set inline with the screen and that makes a huge difference in focus.
Maybe I can figure out a way to use a laser from a level to use to get the center line of the lens with the middle of the screen.
Maybe I can use a laser to make sure the projected image is 90 % of the screen.
Wish they could come up with a test pattern in the projector to help you line it up with the screen.
Even if it's a little out of focus I'll try the lens fix I am not going to go through the hassle of sending it back.
For me ? so as long as football games on it's built in TV tuner looks good, movies and movies in blueray look outstanding, and games, I will be happy.
It gives me a halfway decent projector until those companies bring out more afordable 1080P LED higher lumens projectors for around $ 1500.
Still have to get 3D glasses for it so it's going to be a while to test out the 3D but I know it works because I turned on the 3D bottom.
For those who are thinking of getting the LGPA75U the 3D only works with DLP Link DLP ready active 3D glasses.
RF won't work, IR won't work with this projector because the sync signal comes from the DLP chip it's self as a while light signal.
Tomorrow I'll stick in a Blueray movie in my PS3 and see how it looks.
So far my brother's sub- 720P game looks better with this projector.
post #231 of 405
yes.the free food and other goodies will more than pay for the extra cost of the tuner in no time.thanks jPYb
post #232 of 405
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Originally Posted by GoldenTiger View Post

Thanks for the thoughts kgronseth... I'm looking for an LED projector due to lamp hour usage (I have an Epson 8350 currently) and wanting to not have to worry about replacement lamps which run a couple hundred or more a pop. I'm trying to find a 1080p LED but not having much luck, and this model is well-priced and well-reviewed @ 720p. I'm thinking seriously of switching to it. The room it'll be in isn't fully light-controlled though but will be pretty dim most of the time, so my main concern is brightness honestly. I'm also curious about input lag if using it to game on if anyone's run any testing or played on it?

I typically watch in total darkness, but occasionally will have a light on in the room that does not directly shine on the screen and it is still very watchable. Direct light on my screen washes it out pretty well, it's not unwatchable with lights on, but not great.

I haven't tested for actual lag with gaming, but there is a difference between the "game" setting and "expert 1" setting" with the game setting having less lag. So when I play games I switch it to the game setting and tv/movies I use the expert 1 setting. My gaming skills are not great, but I have played Modern Warfare 2 online without any major lag issues.
post #233 of 405
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Originally Posted by DLPProjectorfan View Post

All I have to do if find the right set of DLP link glasses for this what will work with the PS3 and on the cheap to.
Will the PS3 3D glasses work with the LGPA75U ?

I have these and they have worked fine with my PS3.

http://www.amazon.com/3DTV-Corp-DLP-LINK-Projectors-Mitsubishi/dp/B004G2VJM6/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1375903797&sr=8-3&keywords=dlp+link+3d+glasses
post #234 of 405
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Originally Posted by kgronseth View Post

I typically watch in total darkness, but occasionally will have a light on in the room that does not directly shine on the screen and it is still very watchable. Direct light on my screen washes it out pretty well, it's not unwatchable with lights on, but not great.

I haven't tested for actual lag with gaming, but there is a difference between the "game" setting and "expert 1" setting" with the game setting having less lag. So when I play games I switch it to the game setting and tv/movies I use the expert 1 setting. My gaming skills are not great, but I have played Modern Warfare 2 online without any major lag issues.

Appreciate the thoughts. Thanks again!
post #235 of 405
I have a I think either a 40 watt or 60 comparable with regular light bulb LED light at the back of the room and it seems to not really effect the picture quality or contrast so we can leave it on and it does not wash out the picture.
Yes it's not directly on the screen or overhead.
Now ? when I turn on the dreaded green tint fluorescent light over head it washes out the picture.
It's a 4 tube 3 or 4 feet fluorescent light fixture at 40 watts each.
I read even in the LGPA75U owners manual that fluorescent light interact with the herts of the DLP chip so that's another reason why it might get washed out including the light's lumens.
My impression so far ? well I managed to get the real screen set up and yes or no it may have improved the picture quality.
My brother says it's a little brighter with the real screen and I might actually see a improvement with sharpness.
Main reasons why I got it was cost of course to hold me over until a 1080P LED 1000 lumens and above projector comes out that is afordable for the poor man or woman.
I got a chance to watch over the air HD football on it and yes a little bit disapointed with picture quality compared to the CRT HD TV I have but that's not fair to compare a HD CRT with a projector because a projector will give you a more film like picture over a LCD Plasma or CRT TV.
Don't know what most people's thoughts are on HD CRTs black levels but I have heard that HD CRTS have best black levels that is hard to beat but plasmas come in 2nd best, at least I think so.
I read here on AVS fourms on another thread that LEDs have a break in period so hopefully the picture quality, lumens, contrast and focus will improve as the LEDS settle in, maybe.
I read someone's comments on Amazon that they had the dreaded focus problems and afte their LED's break in period their focus problem went away or improved.
Now I don't know if that's true or not so it's one of those situations of wait and see.
Yes, I got a little bit of focus problems at the very bottom of the screen when you have Windows desktop on but in games and movies you don't notice it.
I still have yet to really take time to use a laser, a level to set the projector right with the screen and I know that has a effect on focus.
Picture quality for HDTV football ? well I can accept it for now and it comes close to my 37 inch CRT HDTV or I can say good enough.
The main reason for this projector is for movies.
I checked it out with the game Rachet and Glank and was pleased how it looked with that game.
I have checked it out with Scrooge CG movie with Jim Carrey, looks good but I think the newer CG movies like Finding Nemo or Despicable Me in BlueRay is a better test and standard.
Still have not checked out 3D yet for I have yet to order 3D DLP Link active shutter glasses for it for I was not sure if I was going to keep this projector or return it.
So far ? Movies and Games look ok or good enough, and HDTV football picture will hold me over until someone at those projector companies get the bright idea that people actually want a 1080P LED 1000 lumens or higher projector and do have money ready and waiting to buy it.
Wish they made these projectors with the ablity to upgrade then with a 1080P DMD chip and higher lumens light engine but that goes deeper than just changing out the DMD chip and light engine for it also involves the drivers of those things and operating system in the projector.
If I do keep it as it looks like I might experiment with different optics with a glass lens.
post #236 of 405
For testing purposes , since you say you have slight lower screen focus issue, raise the PJ by 1 foot to see if the focus is better or worse, if worse, then lower the PJ by 1 foot, ... if you have camera tripod, this would be good to experiment with "perfect focus". If the left and right side of screen is in focus, you don't have to touch left or right placement. Let us know if adjusting the height of your PJ corrects the lower focus issue. If you get the lower screen in focus but the upper screen is now unfocused, then fine tune the height until top and bottom is in focus.
A good screen helps a lot in having sharp picture, also, 80-100 inch screen size seems to work good for me, also, I found doing the wizard calibration helpful, and putting a hdtv to the right of PJ and having same image on both of some TV show/movie, then adjusting the PJ to get better picture than hdtv. Since the pa75u has better contrast ratio than my older hdtv's. The pixel density when you blow things up is more spread out on bigger image, that is why on smaller screens, picture looks sharper, but sitting further back, corrects it so it appears sharper, if that makes sense.
post #237 of 405
Will do on that tripod test as soon as I can get my projector back from my brother who is using it more than I am eek.gif
The out of focus is only noticed when I have the Windows 7 desktop up on the screen and the strange thing is ? is that the curser is not out of focus when I place it in the corner that is out of focus.
I know many here on this tread and who have already own a 720P projector wants a 1080P LED projector but the costs is keeping us from having one or those companies won't build a Harry the Home Owner model.
Maybe maybe not ? is the optics also a problem with this projector.
What I mean is not the screw fix lens housing problem but the plastic lens and maybe a problem with the mirrors ?
Remember the Hubble ? remember it's own problem with it's main mirror and how it was out of focus because of manufacture defect ?
I wonder if there's a problem or defect in this model's mirrors ? lens ? light path ?
I wonder if I can get a hold of a afordable glass lens , housing with zoom ?
Yes a lot of wondering but maybe something other than the lens housing it's self may not be lined up.
Some will say, you get what you paid for and they are right.
But even with the old Infocus X2 with only 800x600 the lens would focus with a more better focus that this one.
Yes, the old Infocus X2 has a glass lens.
One would think that no matter what the resolution is should not the image be sharp ?
I read somewhere that some have said that these LEDS need a break in period and I read someone in Amazon.com that their projector's picture quality improved after some break in period.
Maybe there is some coating they put somewhere that has to burn off ?
Got to keep the lens clean and from finger prints.
Then again ? this projector is just a hold over until more afordable 1080P LED poor man's special comes on the market.
I am going to keep this one and tweek it over and over again.
I might be suprized that I get a glass lens and housing and it might work and with zoom biggrin.gif
Unless the physics and math does not line up or work with a different lens on this projector and housing I don't see any reason why it should not work.
post #238 of 405
After working with this projector for a few days now my impressions are that if you need a budget projector to get you through until afordable 1080P LED 3D projectors come on the market than this and the other new higher lumens projectors will do.
Someone said on one of these threads that who ever buys one of these 720P LED projectors need to keep their expectations in the right place.
No, this projector will not look as good as your 24 inch or 50 inch 1080P Plasma TV.
However ? a good picture can be had if time is taken to mess with the settings.
I discovered something last night while working with different movies and the movie the Passion of the Christ.
Still not happy with the way things look with the movie Despicable Me and Finding Nemo as I use those as a standard.
I may have to find a cheap cost blueray of those movies.
What I found out last night was ? the setting in the projector are crapola.
I used the setting in my Nvida video card on my computer and managed to get a decent looking picture with the movie the Passion of the Chirst.
I started to move around the setting for gama and got a really nice picture.
I don't know where to set the setting for the projector as in compared to the setting on the Nvida Card.
I got the picture looking nice and clear with colors like the Plasma TV upstairs.
What I mean as in clear ? not in regards of focus but a picture that is rich in color, depth, no haze, but a plasma like picture.
Now keep this in mind ? these are not blueray movies so if I get some bluerays the picture will only look better.
The gama settings on the projector in some modes only allows 3 settings.
The gama bar on my Nvida card allows me to slide it back and forth to get a nice picture.
Those who are not getting a great picture with this projector ? try to use your video card settings and not the projector's settings.
Hey guys ? another thing my brother and I might be thinking about the focus issues, yes I know about the lens housing fix but I noticed on you tube of the person who took their LGPA70G apart is that on the front of the white case ? there is some kind of plastic lens or cover that goes over the lens to protect it so maybe that is distorting the image and lumens ?
post #239 of 405
Me and my Girl got the LG PA75u Projector and love it! I just wish I could figure out how to focus the image fully! The comers are blurry and it goes outta focus how did you fix yours? I would appreciate any help!

Should I use my warranty and send it back to LG?
post #240 of 405
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Originally Posted by Jonathan Hersey View Post

Me and my Girl got the LG PA75u Projector and love it! I just wish I could figure out how to focus the image fully! The comers are blurry and it goes outta focus how did you fix yours? I would appreciate any help!

Should I use my warranty and send it back to LG?

I had to return/exchange mine to Best Buy twice in order to get one that didn't have corner focus issues. Third one is fine and have no issues with over 200 hours of use. Did you buy it locally to do an easy return? Or can you easily exchange it wherever you purchased it?
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