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ViewSonic PJD7720HD 3200 Lumens 1080p HDMI Home Theater Projector
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- BIG SCREEN HOME THEATER: Immersive theater-like experience in Full HD (1920x1080p) on a screen up to 300-inches in 3200 lumens
- CINEMATIC COLORS: Exclusive SuperColor technology offers a wide color gamut for beautiful image production in nearly any environment
- PREMIUM AUDIO: Two built-in 10W speakers deliver room-filling audio to compliment your home theater experience
- LONG LAMP LIFE: Dynamic Eco-mode mode allows the lamp to shine bright for up to 10,000 hours
- INDUSTRY-LEADING WARRANTY: 3-year limited parts and labor coverage, 1-year of lamp coverage, and access to our US-based customer service team
- FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: Supports most media players, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices with input options such as HDMI, Mini USB, and more
- INCLUDED IN THE BOX: PJD7720HD 1080p Projector, Power Cable, and Remote Control
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ViewSonic 1080p 3D DLP DarkChip3 Technology HDMI Home Theater Projector
Designed for Home Theaters
The ViewSonic 1080p 3D DLP DarkChip3 Technology HDMI Home Theater Projector (PJD7720HD) features 3,200 lumens, Full HD 1920x1080 native resolution, an intuitive, user-friendly design and a sleek black chassis. Exclusive SuperColor technology offers a wider color range for true-to-life image projection in any light, while SonicExpert, ViewSonic’s proprietary sound enhancement technology, powers a 10W speaker to deliver incredibly clear and audible sound.
Balanced Color and Brightness
A choice of 5 unique view modes provide the best possible viewing experience in any environment regardless of ambient light.
Programmable Remote Control
A programmable hotkey 'MyButton' can be configured to launch the most commonly used functions. Control up to eight projectors in the same venue or from a mobile device via free V-remote app.
- Full HD 1080p Resolution
- Super-Sized Movies and Games
- Breathtaking Brightness in any Environment
- Packed with 3,200 Lumens of Brightness
- Amazing Color Accuracy
- Enhanced 10W Speaker
- Dual 3D Blu-ray Ready HDMI Inputs
- Programmable Remote Control
Super Sized Movies and Games
With a short throw lens, this projector delivers huge images in modest-sized rooms. So whether you’re a movie buff or a casual gamer, this projector lets you go big at home.
SuperColor IPSMatch technology combines proprietary color wheel coatings, advanced optics-grade materials, and high-precision chromatic adjustments for amazing color quality that rivals high-performance IPS panels. That means when compared head-to-head, screen-to-screen, these projectors provide vivid, realistic colors that match the finest IPS LED TVs.
Breathtaking Brightness in any Environment
Packed with 3,200 lumens of brightness, this projector produces bright images in any environment - with excellent performance in rooms with high ambient light.
Full HD 1080p Resolution
For a cinema-like experience, you need cinema-like picture quality. With Full HD 1080p resolution, this projector delivers stunning detail, vivid color, and beautifully immersive images that transport you from home to the local cineplex.
PortAll: Discreet Wireless Streaming
This projector includes ViewSonic’s exclusive PortAll feature—a hidden compartment with an integrated and secure MHL/HDMI port that lets you discreetly stream multimedia content from an optional wireless dongle, or lets you connect to other devices via an HDMI cable.
Dual 3D Blu-ray Ready HDMI Inputs
Designed with two HDMI ports, this projector is perfect for connecting to any HDMI-enabled device, and can display 3D images directly from 3D Blu-ray players. 3D images can be viewed with optional ViewSonic PGD-350 Shutter Glasses, or any other compatible 3D glasses.
|Resolution||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p|
|Technology||DLP, DarkChip3||DLP, DarkChip3||DLP, DarkChip3|
|Brightness||3200 lumens||3200 lumens||2200 lumens|
|Color Wheel Type||SuperColor RGBCYW||SuperColor RGBCYW||SuperColor RGBRGB|
|HDMI||2 (1 HDMI, 1 HDMI/MHL)||2 (1 HDMI, 1 HDMI/MHL)||3 (1 HDMI, 2 HDMI/MHL)|
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|Connectivity Technology||HDMI^MHL||hdmi||vga cable, usb, hdmi||usb, hdmi||HDMI||hdmi|
|Image Brightness||3200 lumens||3,000 lumen||3500 Luminous Flux (lm)||3,500 lumen||2500 lumens||3100 lumens|
|Item Dimensions||8.98 x 12.44 x 4.08 in||9 x 11.7 x 3.8 in||12 x 9.36 x 4.68 in||5.31 x 10.28 x 13.07 in||12.6 x 16.1 x 6.4 in||11.9 x 9.8 x 3.4 in|
|Item Weight||5.29 lbs||5.5 lbs||5 lbs||8.16 lbs||—||5.6 lbs|
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This is a great projector. Here's what I like:
1) Bright, bright image. If you are thinking outdoor movies like I am, this one is a winner due to the brightness.
2) Great picture. I went straight for the good stuff and queued up some 1080P NFL videos. I wanted to see how fine the details looked when projected large, and I was certainly impressed. The ability of this projector to process motion is not as good as my plasma TV, but it performs well enough that I would not be the least bit embarrassed to host a super bowl party with this unit. The colors are outstanding. Good whites and blacks, and contrast is very good.
3) Right now, it is about the price point. At this same price point (currently $549) you can get the Optoma HD142X, which is a very popular 1080P projector. After reading reviews, I opted to stick with the ViewSonic brand. I don't think there exists any projector at this price point that is clearly a better choice. You could spend double or triple the money, but I'm not sure what that would really do for you. This unit is already great.
4) You can hear the speakers pretty well indoors, but don't expect too much.
Things not to like:
1) Kind of nitpicky, but there could be a cover for the lens.
2) You can definitely hear the fan while the unit is on.
3) Not a lot of inputs. The other ViewSonic at 1024 x 768 had more inputs and was therefore better-suited to giving presentations, since you could hook up just about anything. At 1080P, you should be thinking of this as more of a video projector than for presentations, although ViewSonic markets this unit as a cross-over projector that is good for both.
4) This is a DLP unit, so there is a chance someone may see the rainbow artifact. I personally have not seen it.
Other thoughts: I actually loved the 1024 x 768 projector in this series as well. I purchased it for backyard movies. It just bothered me that we would not be able to enjoy full 1080P on that projector. There is a slight bonus with the 1080P projector that I had not expected. The image is brighter, and the reason is not necesarily intuitive. Due to the wider aspect ratio, the projector sits slightly closer to the screen to fill up the entire width of the screen with the image....as a result of being slightly closer, the image is also slightly brighter. It is not by a huge amount, but it is noticeable. I had the two projectors side by side and the difference is real. The 1024 x 768 projector is still better than DVD quality and that is fine...but in the era of 4K TVs being the new standard, DVD-quality is now two generations behind. 1080P movies will be good enough for our household for years to come.
On an 84" wide pull-down screen (96" diagonal for 1080P 16:9 content), this projector is plenty bright. I have the screen mounted under the eaves on the south side of the house, so it gets sun all day long....but there is no need to wait for the darkest of the night to fire this up. Honestly, you could watch movies outside on a cloudy day. Inside the house, the brightness is never an issue.
I will update this review if the projector fails to provide good service.
The only audio output is 3.5mm, so depending on what you want to do in terms of audio, that may be a factor for you. I recently upgraded to a Behringer B112W powered speaker so I have powerful portable sound to go with the projector, but it has no 3.5mm input. Most PA speakers do not. Not to fret, whoever, since there are adapters and converters aplenty to solve the problem of the mismatched projector output / speaker input. For my scenario, the 3.5mm stereo output has to be converted to 1/4" mono. Other option is to use aptx low-latency bluetooth transmitter in the 3.5mm projector audio output, since the speaker has built-in bluetooth receiver.
Main thrust of this update is this: You may want to pay attention to inputs/outputs available because your audio solution may be subject to change.
Added a picture to show brightness of projector 36 minutes prior to sunset.
Another picture shows how Chromecast sits in the rear HDMI input, plus I have a Bluetooth transmitter hooked up in the 3.5mm audio output.
I ran the projector for the Super Bowl out in the dining room as a second viewing option and we all ended up watching in the dining room for the entirety of the first half (probably because my wife put the food out there!), with the image projected very clearly directly onto the wall. My guests were thoroughly impressed with the picture quality and brightness. Around halftime, we all moved to the family room (60" LG plasma 1080p circa 2012) and the TV provides better image in almost every respect (fine detail, motion, and color accuracy), it is not quite the same as having the very large image that the projector provides, and in truth, the ViewSonic PJD7720 is not far behind in image quality.
I hope you found this review helpful.
The ultra-short throw (UST) aspect is the key to the value of this item - you can put it right up against the screen and get a large screen, and slight adjustment will drastically increase the size. For reference, with the back edge of the projector literally touching the bottom of the screen, it still created a roughly 80 inch screen (maybe somewhere in the 70's). Since I wanted a 120 inch screen, I had to move it out roughly 1 foot forward and 1 foot down. As a result, I have created a projection system where all the TV components are where they normally are - right in front/below the screen. This eliminates the problem of mounting, hanging, and/or running cables to a projector that may not be in the most convenient place.
So, here's the summary statement for this projector: If you want a 80-150 inch HD (1080p) screen that is crisp, clear, not laggy, and looks amazing (just watched Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 last night on it, and it was like watching it at an IMAX theater) this is the right device. It is not expensive (compared to regular TVs), has more inputs that you probably need, decent speakers (though would still recommend going through a receiver with a full system), and solves the logistical challenge of using a projection screen in a room that isn't ideal. It really is the ideal system for a bigger TV without the bulk of the actual TV or the associated cost (7k for a 90 inch screen??? HA!)
Some additional information: I used all of the standard out-of the box settings, but there are many still to be tested. From a lighting perspective, it is advertised as a 2000 lumen device, and while I do not have the tools to measure that, I can confirm that with a white projection screen with 1.1. gain, it stands up to a non-ideal room with plenty of ambient light just fine. It is probably ideal for a theater room, but I have lights hanging from the ceiling just above the screen, and even with them on, as long as the scene is bright, it was hardly noticeable.
Gaming - no discernable lag, even in stock mode. I understand from a review on another site that there is a "game mode" that drops lag to 12ms, which is awesome, and I will find that mode, but I was playing Mass Effect on it (an FPS) with no issues in stock settings. So it should stand up to at the very least most casual gaming.
Screen adjustment - a few notes about this; there is no real screen size zoom capability. What I mean by this is that the screen size is primarily driven by the distance from the screen, whereas some other projectors have an ability to zoom in & out in order to size the screen appropriately to the projection surface. With the PX800HD, you are stuck with manually moving the projector up/down & back/forth to find the right size. I will note that the focus will have this effect somewhat, as focusing does slightly increase/decrease screen size. However, you of course want a single focus point (whatever is clear) and thus the best path is to first focus, at about the right position, then move around to find the right final spot. I will also mention that the system does have reasonable keystone adjust as well as corner adjust, but I was (with minimal adjustment) able to position the projector to cast near perfect into the projection space.
Screen - one follow-up note here. I originally wanted to buy a pull-down tensioned screen, and was scared off by several suggestions that it is not sufficiently fixed for use with a UST projector. These seem to be spot on; with how sensitive the projector is to depth and positioning, I think that having a drop-down screen that can/will move slightly every day, or potentially slightly swing when hanging, would be very distracting. I am very happy I went with a fixed screen.
Final note: one challenge I wasn't expecting when building the system was actually the furniture for the entertainment system components. Given a 120 inch screen, you have to have a very high wall in order to have enough vertical room from the bottom of the screen to give space for the projector, if you want it to be a foot or so below it. My projector's sweet spot is actually slightly less than a foot off the floor. As you might expect, this doesn't leave much room for traditional TV stands for the receiver, tv box, game console, etc. etc. So if you go with a big screen, remember that you will have to give some room to the ground for placement, and leave room for the other components. This might actually result in some people preferring a smaller screen solution, where the projector is right up against the screen, but still gives you at least 80 inches of screen AND gives you enough room for more traditional furniture. You might also consider hanging the projector, if you have the room, from the ceiling right in front of the screen (re-introduces the cable problem, but gives much more flexibility for the furniture).
I would also mention that the UST nature of the projector means that there cannot be anything at all behind, or too close next to, the projector. The area of projection almost requires the projector to be the highest thing, with a clear path to the entire screen. It can make cable management challenging, which is something I will address when I solve the furniture problem.
Regardless of all that, if you want a 80+ inch big HD screen that looks and works great, I cannot highly recommend this enough. I've only had it a week, but it's amazing, and as long as it lasts several years and handles lamp replacement well, I do not expect to replace it for some time.
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