ViewSonic Pro7827HD Reviews

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ViewSonic Pro7827HD review

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Verdict: This may be an entry-level home-cinema PJ, but you'd never guess it from the visuals
3 years ago

ViewSonic LightStream Pro7827HD

Verdict: The LightStream Pro7827HD is a Full HD DLP projector that, according to ViewSonic, has been designed to be your new best friend for the upcoming season of sport. It's bright, flexible and simple enough to set up to deliver big-screen fun even in relatively casual living-room environments.
Pros: Good picture quality across multiple sources, Excellent value, Wireless HDMI features in hidden bay
Cons: A little clipping in peak whites, Not the sharpest Full HD pictures around, No backlight on the remote
3 years ago

ViewSonic LightStream Pro7827HD

Verdict: Those in the market for a new budget home cinema display should ask themselves one question – what matters most: sharpness or size?
Pros: Clear, clean, stable picture, Practical built-in speakers, Well equipped, Easy set-up
Cons: Not the most subtle or refined picture
3 years ago

ViewSonic Pro7827HD DLP Projector

Verdict: The design of the ViewSonic is very much of the old fashioned business style of chassis with the lens to the right side (looking from the front) and...
Pros: Good greyscale tracking, Capable motion handling for sports, Makes a reasonable stab at movie presentation, Decent value for money
Cons: Can't reach Rec.709 standards as claimed, CMS use introduces artefacts, Greens can look odd when watching sports, Shadow detail clipping, Mediocre...
3 years ago

ViewSonic LightStream Pro7827HD 3D DLP Projector Review

Verdict: When you consider the benefits of buying a 1080p projector, the main one that should come to mind is price. There are a few native 4K models, including ones with high dynamic range capability, but they still remain costly, with the cheapest being Sony's VPL-VW350ES at $8,000.
Pros: Impressive brightness, Clean, detailed picture, Good overall 3D performance
Cons: So-so contrast, Relatively high fan noise
3 years ago

Excellent first projector

Verdict: Bought this projector a couple of weeks ago after extensive research on various models it was a coin toss between this and epson th 5350 which had 5 star reviews from what hifi,this had 4 stars,i went for this one because i liked the fact it was easy to set up and had the rec 709 cinema colour,being...
Pros: picture quality, easy set up, over all performance
Cons: no hdcp 2.2
2 years ago

Five Stars

Verdict: Nice products deewar pe bhi clear video chalta hai
2 years ago

Good as long as it works, bad customer support

Verdict: The lamp stopped working in less than 100 hours of use. The customer support takes a long time to respond to questions. They agreed to replace the lamp, but it is taking multiple weeks. The picture quality was good as long it worked.
1 year ago

This projector support 12 bit signal for Quadro cards

Verdict: I have connected this projector to a Nvidia Quadro K5200 (using a displayport to HDMI converter) and I'm surprise to notice that I'm able to push 12bit signal to this projector. (i can see it on Nvidia Control Panel).
3 years ago
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