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VIEWSONIC PRO7827HD 1080P 3D DLP Projector with 6 years warranty @ Richer Sounds £549.00

£549.00 @ Richer Sounds
Spec: http://www.viewsoniceurope.com/uk/products/projectors/Pro7827HD.php Reviews: http://www.trustedreviews.com/viewsonic-pro7827hd-review http://www.whathifi.com/viewsonic/lightstream-pro7827hd… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Spec: http://www.viewsoniceurope.com/uk/products/projectors/Pro7827HD.php

Reviews:
http://www.trustedreviews.com/viewsonic-pro7827hd-review
http://www.whathifi.com/viewsonic/lightstream-pro7827hd/review
https://www.avforums.com/review/viewsonic-pro7827hd-dlp-projector-review.12629
http://www.homecinemachoice.com/news/article/viewsonic-pro7827hd-review/23880

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"ViewSonic should be congratulated for the performance of Pro7827HD - set it up correctly, and its pictures are clean, dynamic, tonally balanced and unfatiguing over long viewing periods." 'Home Cinema Choice - Best Buy'. Tested at £600.

Cinema SuperColor for class-leading realism
For the most natural and true-to-life colour, ViewSonic have developed the SuperColor RGB Colour wheel. It uses a special coating to intensify the Red, Green and Blue colours. It also focuses on Hue and Saturation enhancement. This means that when you're watching something like a sky scene with intense colour gradients, the ViewSonic can accurately capture the complex colour gradients with a sense of total realism.

Rec.709 for picture brilliance
Colour precision, resolution, frame rate and display specifications are all guaranteed by meeting one of the highest HD video standards seen in professional-grade home cinema today: Rec. 709. Instigated by the ITU (International Telecommunication Union), Rec.709 approval means a true cinema-like appearance.

1080p for Full HD resolution
The perfect resolution for Blu-ray and gaming, 1080p Full HD gives noticeably more detail than 720p HD resolution. Suddenly, you'll see texture in the grass on the pitch, subtle detail in wildlife documentaries and a whole new depth of image. The larger the screen and the closer you sit the greater the benefit, making 1080p more impressive on a projector at home compared to a TV set.

Pin- sharp detail from TI's DLP chip set
Using Texas Instrument's award-winning DLP technology, the Pro7827HD gives crystal clear clarity, sharply defined images and true, natural colour. Even at larger screen sizes, the detail is astounding and would have once been the preserve of projectors costing many times more.

Lens shift and keystone correction for easy installation
Rare for its class, the Pro7827HD offers vertical lens shift. This moves the lens by up to 20% vertically, so enabling the ViewSonic to be fitted in more awkward locations, and it gives a wider choice of screen options. Added to this, horizontal and vertical keystone correction, as well as a 4 corner adjustment feature, eliminates crooked and distorted images for a perfectly proportioned picture every time.

Class-leading connectivity
With no fewer than three HDMI connections, the Pro7827HD beats other projectors and matches many TVs for input flexibility. There's also a USB power output - perfect for connecting a smart TV device such as a Roku but also designed for use with ViewSonic's optional wireless HDMI extension pack. Other connections include VGA for an older PC or laptop, S-Video, component and composite - covering all your analogue source input requirements.

Get a better standard of projector for your money, with the ViewSonic Pro7827HD.
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Out of interest, what makes this better than the BENQ and Optoma models that they have in the sale for a lot less? All offer 1080p and 3D
#2
mango carrot
Out of interest, what makes this better than the BENQ and Optoma models that they have in the sale for a lot less? All offer 1080p and 3D

Vertical lens shift (not keystone, actually moving the physical lenses) and maybe colour accuracy? Though that's always the first thing you change out of the box.
#3
CampGareth
mango carrot
Out of interest, what makes this better than the BENQ and Optoma models that they have in the sale for a lot less? All offer 1080p and 3D

Vertical lens shift (not keystone, actually moving the physical lenses) and maybe colour accuracy? Though that's always the first thing you change out of the box.


Thank you, while they sound useful I don't think it's enough for me to warrant £200 more than the Benq - I'm not much of a perfectionist, just want a large screen :)
#4
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
#5
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.


With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
#6
CampGareth
mango carrot
Out of interest, what makes this better than the BENQ and Optoma models that they have in the sale for a lot less? All offer 1080p and 3D

Vertical lens shift (not keystone, actually moving the physical lenses) and maybe colour accuracy? Though that's always the first thing you change out of the box.


Plus 6 year warranty, black in colour, nice flap to hide streaming device, nice cable management. I'm still deciding on a model personally, but this looked great for the price.
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my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones

And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.

I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!




Edited By: GoNz017 on Dec 25, 2016 00:39
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GoNz017
my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones

And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.

I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!





Wow. Thanks for the informative reply. Cheers and merry Xmas.
#9
GoNz017
my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones
And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.
I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!

Hi there,

I saw your comments on the thread and wanted to take the opportunity to clarify.

We only ever use authorized manufacturer agents or our own in house engineer for projector repairs and furthermore wherever possible replace parts with official spares too.

Of course on some occasions such parts may be unavailable and on the rare occasion we’re unable to repair a unit under guarantee we would replace it.

I hope this clarifies our position here, should any forum user have a related question on the matter feel free to PM me.

Many Thanks

John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds
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Richer Sounds
GoNz017
my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones
And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.
I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!

Hi there,

I saw your comments on the thread and wanted to take the opportunity to clarify.

We only ever use authorized manufacturer agents or our own in house engineer for projector repairs and furthermore wherever possible replace parts with official spares too.

Of course on some occasions such parts may be unavailable and on the rare occasion we’re unable to repair a unit under guarantee we would replace it.

I hope this clarifies our position here, should any forum user have a related question on the matter feel free to PM me.

Many Thanks

John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds


Yes I know all about it and I also know cheapest fix possible. we offered various levels of service and you took the cheapest possible option meaning no new parts!

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