BenQ 3000Lm WXGA Ultra Short-Throw DLP Projector

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BenQ 3000Lm WXGA Ultra Short-Throw DLP Projector
Price: $729.99
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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
6/11/2014 - $779.99 - 21 comment(s)

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Comments from a previous offer
Note price reduction.

Time to check out the product page

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Need support? All of you questions answered over at the support page

All I have to say is that BenQ has rotten customer service.
Period.
OK, Exclamation Mark too!

Is this mainly used for presentations or would it be good for home theater also? I like the idea of short throw for confined spaces, but dont know how picture quality would be for home theater use?

Same question here.

Also, is there an easy chart somewhere explaining Lumens? Like how many Lumens are need for a darker room, lighter room, and outdoors?

lumens:

http://www.projectorpeople.com/resources/lumen-guide.asp

Also short throw distance(s):

http://www.projectorpeople.com/resources/short-throw.asp

Really? I use a few BenQ’s at my workplace (8 SP870 and 2 SP920s). While we have had a DOA, and two failures, BenQ’s customer service has generally been decent. Far better than Panasonic’s business customer service!

A Worthy Excerpt:
“But short and ultra short throw projectors have limited placement flexibility. Most have fixed lens and no zoom. They also usually have a fixed offset, the distance the top of the projector has to be in comparison to the bottom of the screen. You have to be very precise when installing these projectors.