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BenQ W1500

Overall rating 4 stars
4 from 6 reviews
Specifications
Lamp power
240 W
The lamp life
3500 hours
Number of bulbs
1
The lamp life in economy mode
6000 hours
Support 3D
Yes
Widescreen
Yes
Device type
DLP
Specifications
Lamp power:
240 W
The lamp life:
3500 hours
Number of bulbs:
1
The lamp life in economy mode:
6000 hours
Support 3D:
Yes
Widescreen:
Yes
Device type:
DLP

Reviews

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Overall rating 4 stars
6 reviews
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Overall rating stars
June 11, 2013

Comment:

I cant believe that this reviewer did not realize that he was testing this projector with the old Benq glasses that do not support 144kz. That is why there is a problem with 3d.
Hope this review gets revised with the right glasses.

Overall rating stars
August 29, 2013

Comment:

it said the unit came with a pair of 144Hz active shutter, so where does it say he was using the wrong ones?

Overall rating stars
October 20, 2013

Comment:

“144Hz 3D. Many DLP Link 3D glasses top out at 120Hz, which was the maximum synchronization rate for a lot of first- and second-generation 3D projectors. The W1500 runs at 144Hz, so these slower glasses will not work. While the new glasses are not too much more expensive than the old ones, it is one additional thing that can go wrong when attempting to purchase your complete 3D system. At least one review rolling around criticizes the W1500’s (excellent) 3D capabilities because the reviewer accidentally used a pair of 120Hz glasses to do their evaluation”(Retrieved from Projectorcentral.com).

Overall rating stars
October 20, 2013

Comment:

He doesn’t. But another reviewer (Bill Livolsi) claims that’s
happened, without mentioning Archer’s name. Livolsi says ‘another
reviewer’ used 120 Hz glasses instead of 144Hz. Doing searches for reviews, I only found Archer’s to be critical of the 1500’s 3D ability.

Overall rating stars
December 25, 2013

Comment:

Hi, I’m just publishing our review of the W1500. I’ve used the provided (144 hz) 3D glasses, and have found nothing weird. I have old BenQ glasses here, too, though, and they barely work, so I tend to agree that most likely the glasses were responsible for the issue. If there’s one issue with the 3D, it’s that you tend to notice that the blacks are a little dark red. That’s very DLP-link, and one more great reason to move to RF 3D glasses on those projectors that give you the option, or are already standardized on the newer types.

Overall rating stars
March 8, 2014

Comment:

I recently purchased the W1500. In 2D it is hands down superb. Bright, clean, sharp imaging. Wonderful! However, I have consistently experienced some ‘unusual’ issues with 3D Blu Rays. I use a PS3 for Blu Ray playback. When I insert and begin playing a 3D disk, the projector switches to 3D and runs through a ‘test’ mode before the disks menu appears. This takes several seconds but is normal. The issue that arises though is that when I proceed to play the movie itself, the resulting 3D playback has some significant depth of field issues that frankly make it horrible and pretty much impossible to watch. The eye is extremely confused by what is being projected. It has nothing to do with the ‘invert’ option (I have tested this option several times in the projectors 3D menu) as there is some sense of correctness about the image, but it is barely watchable due to the above mentioned depth issues. The only way I have found to correct the issues is that while the actual 3D movie is playing, I must switch the projector off (which takes a minute or 2 while it cools) then switch it back on while the ACTUAL movie is paying, at which point the projector runs through it’s test mode again. The resulting 3D image is now correct and perfectly watchable. I have tested with several disks and 2 separate 3D glasses (one of which is the Benq glasses that came with the projector) and the problem is consistent. I am in the process of contacting Benq to see if they have a resolve for this, but wondered if others had experienced the same problems as 3D issues are commonly reported in other reviews for this projector.

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Details
Details
Lamp
Lamp power 240 W
The lamp life 3500 hours
Number of bulbs 1
The lamp life in economy mode 6000 hours
Main
Support 3D Yes
Widescreen Yes
Device type DLP
Support HDTV Yes
The color wheel The 6-minute segment
The device class portable
The real solution 1920x1080 (Full HD)
Recommended application field for home theater
Image
Contrast 10000:1
Luminous flux 2200 lumens
Keystone correction there are (vertical)
Supported broadcasting system PAL, SECAM, NTSC
Supported formats of input signal 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Dimensions
Weight 3.9 kg
Dimensions (WxHxD) 339x120x285 mm
Interfaces
Inputs VGA, HDMI x2, S-Video, composite, component, audio mini jack, RCA audio
Outputs audio mini jack
Interfaces USB (type B) RS-232
Version HDMI HDMI 1.4 a
Projection
Aperture 2.45 - 3.07
Frame rate 23 - 120 Hz
Focal length 15.78 - 25.12 mm
Zoom optical 1.6 x
Frequency row 15 - 102 kHz
Dimensions diagonally from 1.02 up to 7.62 m
The ratio of distance to image size 1.07:1 - 1.71:1
Additionally
Lens shift vertical
Built-in speakers 2 x 10 watt
Additional information wireless WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) capable of transmitting 2D, 3D and video with simultaneous audio transmission without quality loss at a distance up to 20 meters
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