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Projectors BenQ SP In the days between the death of CRTs and the rise of flatscreens, it seemed like projectors were the future of big-screen entertainment. Now that TVs are affordably available in sizes of inches and above, though, projectors have only become more niche. The BenQ SP is an example of this "one-size-fits-all" methodology, and it incorporates both business and cinema-friendly features. But is it putting its eggs in too many baskets? Design The BenQ is a large projector by home cinema standards, and it rivals many home cinema receivers with its height of mm, depth of mm and width of mm.
The projector is solidly built, and the lens has sturdy manual controls, although the silver plastic hood looks quite cheap. The model comes with a series of buttons on the top of the unit, which cover most of the main functions. As with most projectors, the rear of the unit includes all of the relevant connections. Particularly when the rating is taken from "full-off to full-on", as switching on and off really quickly during use is not a feature of this projector.
The projector offers a mechanical vertical and horizontal lens shift, and has a relatively short 1. Belying its schizophrenic nature, the BenQ features both a laser pointer remote perfect for PowerPoint presentations, and HQV Hollywood Quality Video projection image processing suited for home cinema. BenQ pitches this projector as a "large venue" model, which can also be used in a home theatre, but some of the features, such as Ethernet control, will probably go to waste in most home set-ups.
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