BENQ W1400 PDF
The BenQ W is ISF certified for optimum colour performance in both Day and Night modes. So it easily adapts to any room’s ambient light levels as well as . disconnect it from the power point and call BenQ to have the projector repaired. This projector is capable of displaying inverted images for ceiling mount. BenQ W Projector Specifications. Posted on February 24, By Art Feierman. Click Here! BenQ W Specs. Projector Model, W Technology .
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You had this Total 0. As a result there were no distracting artefacts or other issues to detract from the performance and thanks to the large projected image, it was a highly immersive experience.
The picture could be a touch brighter, but it retains its exuberant performance. Overall it was an impressive performance for a budget projector. In terms of aspect ratio, if the majority of your viewing content is high definition then choose Real, which is BenQ’s name for their pixel mapping mode.
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The BenQ was also good in the tests using high definition content and with the player set to i it correctly deinterlaced and displayed both the video and film resolution tests and showed good scaling and filtering performance, as well as good resolution enhancement. The 2D performance was very good, with bright images that had natural colours, great motion handling and plenty of detail.
But the picture never strays into overblown territory.
Write your BenQ W Projector review. Whilst it correctly detected 3: There is also the option to fine tune the colour temperature using a two-point White Balance control and a Gamma Selection, ranging from 1. You own this Total 5. As we’ve come to expect, the 3D performance was superb and the BenQ delivered an immersive and enjoyable experience, with images that were completely free of crosstalk. You want this Total 1. Setup is simple thanks to the easy-to-use manual lens controls and the menu system is sensibly laid out.
BenQ W1400 Projector
Manual zoom and focus come as standard, and we like the addition of a vertical-lens shift. There are features such as the Clarity Control that adjusts noise reduction, Brilliant Colour that increases the colour luminance and a control for setting the Black Level. There’s even a decent set of picture controls, which meant the W could produce a very accurate image after calibration. Conversely, the blacks and shadow detail are mediocre meaning that the BenQ wouldn’t be ideal for a very dark room.
All the other colours had overall errors that were well below the threshold of three and, as the saturation sweep below shows, the colour accuracy at lower saturation levels was extremely good.
So unsurprisingly the W was impressive, producing big 3D images that were both detailed and, most importantly, bright. We also turned off the Clarity Control, Frame Interpolation and Brilliant Colour features, whilst a Sharpness setting of 1 appeared to neither sharpen nor soften the image.
Physical Characteristics Weight Approximate 3. However choosing any of the other presets resulted in an image with far too much blue in it, so Warm gets us closest to D There are also buttons for directly accessing certain calibration controls, as well as the User modes. Then we moved on to The Hobbit: The gamma was still tracking at 2. The other major issue is that the use of a colour wheel can result in rainbow artefacts, for some people, although the W didn’t seem to suffer from that as much as other DLP projectors at the lower end of the price range.
The frequent snow backgrounds were devoid of discolouration and the sense of depth and dimensionality was excellent. Do you already have an account?
Unlike many of BenQ’s other projectors, the W even includes a frame interpolation feature. The BenQ W makes a great all-round projector and whatever you plan to use it for – sport, movies or gaming – the resulting big screen images are sure to please, especially when you consider the price.
Since this is a BenQ projector, the W is a single chip DLP model with a colour wheel, so it’s probably not ideal for those who suffer from rainbows.
The few negative parallax effects were also well handled and Peter Jackson’s constantly moving camera was never an issue thanks to the W’s superb motion handling. The images are always bright and contain plenty of detail, whilst the motion handling is superb, never smearing on camera pans or fast movement.
Whilst not having all of the features found on more expensive projectors, the W would be ideal for anyone looking for a projector to quickly e1400 and use for big events movie nights, football matches, gaming sessions. The W is well apportioned for a projector at this price point and even includes a basic lens shift. The detail definition and clearness of henq picture takes the expected hit when it comes to playing DVDs, with Kill Bill Vol.
Yes, my password is: The lower end of the projector market bsnq highly competitive but, based on its winning combination of factors, the BenQ W makes for an interesting proposition.