Acer H6502BD DLP 1080p Full HD Projector / 3200 Lumens / Native 1080p / 2 year warranty  £399.99 with Free Next Day del w/code @ Box
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Acer H6502BD DLP 1080p Full HD Projector / 3200 Lumens / Native 1080p / 2 year warranty £399.99 with Free Next Day del w/code @ Box

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Found 29th Mar
Looks good for a native 1080p model. Has a 10W speaker built in as well as an HDMI & VGA inputs - Audio in and outs on the rear. Kind of want one for the spare room to chill out and play games on a monster screen and watch movies

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  • Resolution 1920 x 1080
  • Contrast Ratio 20000:1
  • Brightness 3200 Lumens
  • Aspect Ratio 16:9
  • HDMI / VGA Connectivity
  • 2 Year Warranty

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Acer H6502BD DLP Projector - HDTV - 16:9Front, Rear, Ceiling, Rear Ceiling - F/2.56 - 2.68 - UHP - 220 W - NTSC, PAL, SECAM - 3500 Hour Normal Mode - 5000 Hour Economy Mode - 1920 x 1080 - Full HD - 20,000:1 - 3400 lm - HDMI - USB - VGA In - 368 W
Main Features:
  • Projection Method :
    • Front
    • Rear
    • Ceiling
    • Rear Ceiling
  • Minimum Focal Length : 22 mm
  • Maximum Focal Length : 24.10 mm
  • Maximum Diagonal Image Size : 7.62 m (300")
  • Optical Zoom : 1.1x
  • Number of Lamps : 1
  • Lamp Type : UHP
  • Lamp Power : 220 W
  • Normal Mode Lamp Life : 3500 Hour
  • Economy Mode Lamp Life : 5000 Hour
  • Standard Mode Brightness : 3400 lm
  • Native Resolution : 1920 x 1080
  • Graphic Mode : Full HD
  • Maximum Resolution : 1920 x 1200
  • Native Aspect Ratio : 16:9
  • Contrast Ratio : 20,000:1
  • Video Signal Standard : HDTV
  • HDMI : Yes
  • USB : Yes
  • Operating Power Consumption : 368 W
  • Height : 86 mm
  • Width : 308 mm
  • Depth : 211 mm
  • Weight (Approximate) : 2.40 kg
Package Contents:
H6502BD DLP ProjectorAC Power CordBattery for Remote ControlQuick Start GuideRemote ControlSecurity CardUser's Guide (CD-ROM)VGA Cable
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8 Comments
Looks really good this!
Seems very good for the price however there are lots of things to consider before purchasing a projector. I did a fair amount of research before going for my model. Overall brightness and contrast ratio are often overrated, in fact there is no industry standard for contrast ratio. DLP vs 3LCD is another consideration as some DLP projectors are more prone to displaying rainbows or causing headaches than others. Bulb replacement price is also important especially if you are clocking up many hours daily.
Edited by: "modelman" 30th Mar
modelman59 m ago

Seems very good for the price however there are lots of things to consider …Seems very good for the price however there are lots of things to consider before purchasing a projector. I did a fair amount of research before going for my model. Overall brightness and contrast ratio are often overrated, in fact there is no industry standard for contrast ratio. DLP vs 3LCD is another consideration as some DLP projectors are more prone to displaying rainbows or causing headaches than others. Bulb replacement price is also important especially if you are clocking up many hours daily.


I am thinking of purchasing a projector, this one seems a good deal for an entry level for watching movie. I am still thinking if i should wait a bit longer for even better deal. hard to decide.
I wonder how this compares to a 720p dlp infocus I purchased 10 years ago! Ive always wanted to upgrade it.
I keep thinking of selling my projector
epson eb-536wi
Lamp has under 300 hours
and only £51 for a new lamp from epson
still cost £1k new
but probably wouldn’t get a lot for it
and don’t really trust Ebay lately when selling electric
I don't know anything about this Acer model. I suggest doing some research and reading a few reviews prior to ordering. The most common projectors around this price range are BenQ and Optoma.

bargains4963 h, 11 m ago

I am thinking of purchasing a projector, this one seems a good deal for an …I am thinking of purchasing a projector, this one seems a good deal for an entry level for watching movie. I am still thinking if i should wait a bit longer for even better deal. hard to decide.



There is never a right time to buy anything electrical as there is always another model coming 6 months down the line. Just decide when you want to purchase and get the best deal after doing your research.

wallstreetcrash3 h, 10 m ago

I wonder how this compares to a 720p dlp infocus I purchased 10 years ago! …I wonder how this compares to a 720p dlp infocus I purchased 10 years ago! Ive always wanted to upgrade it.



Depending on screen size and seating distance this could make a dramatic difference. The biggest improvement on recent projectors is the contrast ratio.
daveyboy74741 h, 49 m ago

I keep thinking of selling my projector epson eb-536wi Lamp has under 300 …I keep thinking of selling my projector epson eb-536wi Lamp has under 300 hoursand only £51 for a new lamp from epson still cost £1k new but probably wouldn’t get a lot for it and don’t really trust Ebay lately when selling electric


I actually went for an Epson 5650 posted as a deal on here. Although 3LCD it is excellent with very good picture, colours and contrast ratio. Also no rainbows and £39 for a spare bulb. Cost £569 with £100 Epson cashback but unfortunately now gone back up in price.

Edit Just looked at this projector. It would seem that this model goes back as fair as 2013 however there was a 2016 revision listed. At 2 years old this may be why the price has dropped. Perhaps a new model is coming out.
Edited by: "modelman" 30th Mar
I have done some research, the specs seems decent for £399.99. Good reviews as well. The only thing is that I need at least 3.3 meters throw to project 100” screen.
I was looking for a 1080p projector to replace my old low res one. You see 1080p projectors on amazon from as little as £80 but I am sure that they are rubbish. This has good solid reviews and seems to be great specs for the money. Decided to pick one up. So thanks for the post !
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