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Acer Predator Z650 FHD Gaming Projector 3d ready £503.94 delivered @ argos/ebay
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Acer Predator Z650 FHD Gaming Projector 3d ready £503.94 delivered @ argos/ebay

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Posted 9th Dec 2019

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  • 1920 x 1080 resolution.
  • Brightness 2200 lumens.
  • Contrast ratio 20000:1.
  • 1.07 billion colours.
  • Suitable for screens up to 100in.
  • 2 x 10 watt speaker.
  • Power saving facility.
  • Ceiling mountable.
Connectivity:

  • VGA, Composite, s-Video, HDMI, PC audio, RGB.
General information:

  • Size H9.8, W35.7, D24.1cm.
  • Weight 3.4kg.

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Cracking deal! Very tempted.
I believe this is a DLP projector with a colour wheel. I would go and see a DLP projector in person before committing. I saw rainbows when scanning the screen. Made me feel sick... I ended up with a digital projector in the end. Epson ro quite a few, so plenty to choose from. Also worth using a throw calculator to measure your distance and viewing. Although a 120 inch screen may give the wow factor, in reality this is not feasible as you would have to sit so far back to be able to let your eyes take in the picture.

I spent about 6 months researching and measuring before building my own fixed screen (great fun and cheap).39305558-teiPB.jpg
My screen.
andy_lee007uk09/12/2019 18:06

I believe this is a DLP projector with a colour wheel. I would go and see …I believe this is a DLP projector with a colour wheel. I would go and see a DLP projector in person before committing. I saw rainbows when scanning the screen. Made me feel sick... I ended up with a digital projector in the end. Epson ro quite a few, so plenty to choose from. Also worth using a throw calculator to measure your distance and viewing. Although a 120 inch screen may give the wow factor, in reality this is not feasible as you would have to sit so far back to be able to let your eyes take in the picture.I spent about 6 months researching and measuring before building my own fixed screen (great fun and cheap).[Image] My screen.


depends on the projector even if it is a DLP, more expensive ones tend to have a 6 speed colour wheel which lessens the rainbow effect.


Edit:
Reviews suggest the Acer Predator Z650 has a 6 segment colour wheel so any rainbow effect present should be reduced. I also own a DLP projector and do not notice this myself hardly, unless you go looking for it most wont notice unless the projector is a particularly cheap one.
Edited by: "petermcgregor14" 9th Dec 2019
andy_lee007uk09/12/2019 18:06

I believe this is a DLP projector with a colour wheel. I would go and see …I believe this is a DLP projector with a colour wheel. I would go and see a DLP projector in person before committing. I saw rainbows when scanning the screen. Made me feel sick... I ended up with a digital projector in the end. Epson ro quite a few, so plenty to choose from. Also worth using a throw calculator to measure your distance and viewing. Although a 120 inch screen may give the wow factor, in reality this is not feasible as you would have to sit so far back to be able to let your eyes take in the picture.I spent about 6 months researching and measuring before building my own fixed screen (great fun and cheap).[Image] My screen.


What projector did you end going for?
Steaker09/12/2019 19:31

What projector did you end going for?


Hi, I went for a epson eh-tw5100.

They don't make then anymore, but they can be picked up.on ebay, facebook market place, etc. For about £200 with low lamp hours usage.

I even struggled watching a panasonic GT50 plasma tv as it made me feel sick and that was by no means a cheap tv.

I started off with a Sanyo Z3 projector that I picked up off AV forums for £50. Cracking little projector with manual lens shift so no loss off detail like using keystone correction would cause.

If your genuinely interested in getting into projectors, avoid the cheap Chinese junk on Amazon and pick up a cheap 720p projector to start off. Then if you like it, do your research and go from there.
andy_lee007uk09/12/2019 18:06

I believe this is a DLP projector with a colour wheel. I would go and see …I believe this is a DLP projector with a colour wheel. I would go and see a DLP projector in person before committing. I saw rainbows when scanning the screen. Made me feel sick... I ended up with a digital projector in the end. Epson ro quite a few, so plenty to choose from. Also worth using a throw calculator to measure your distance and viewing. Although a 120 inch screen may give the wow factor, in reality this is not feasible as you would have to sit so far back to be able to let your eyes take in the picture.I spent about 6 months researching and measuring before building my own fixed screen (great fun and cheap).[Image] My screen.


I have an optoma gt1080e and have never noticed any rainbow effect, only when i record on my phone it picks it up.
Edited by: "moneybanks14" 9th Dec 2019
andy_lee007uk09/12/2019 18:06

I ended up with a digital projector in the end. Epson ro quite a few, so …I ended up with a digital projector in the end. Epson ro quite a few, so plenty to choose from.


I think you mean an LCD projector, AFAIK the only consumer technology that doesn't use a colour wheel.

Personally I can see the rainbow effect when I shake my head while looking at white text on a black background but during a movie or while gaming I can't detect it. As such DLP's good enough for me and my next projector, which is lost in the postal system currently, is DLP with a laser light source to solve lifespan and dimming woes.
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