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Aug 4, 2019 2:43 PM
need a dvdo external scaler that will do 2.35.1 aspect rato
with a benq 2150st projector
i want to connect the scaler to my panasonic ub900 4k player the benq 2150st only supports asper ratios up to 16.9 i want to use it onmy very large shermin williams painted wall the projector is short throw its wall mounted 9feet away i want aspect ratio 2.35.1 i also have a oled 65c8 tv i want to be able to use it on the tv as well what do you recommend to use thanks and do i need to use a software programme like zoomplayer to watch films in 2.35.1
Aug 4, 2019 12:10 AM
i need a anomorphic lens that does 2.35.1 using a benq 2150st projector that is 9 feet away and is ceilung mounted im using a large painted wall using shermin williams proclassic satin extra white with grey colour dye in it
i no the benq 2150st does not support 2.35.1 built in which i why im enquiring about a anomorphic lens to do this i dont i want to pay no more than £500-1000 on tbe lens thanks
Apr 2, 2018 4:23 PM
I have literally been researching for months on which projector to purchase. Since this will be my first projector I would really appreciate the opinion of those with first-hand experience in helping me decide on which purchase to make.
Right now, I’m on the fence between the Benq HT2050A or the Benq HT2150ST. I will explain where it will be at and what I’m looking for to give a better understanding. I have roommates and this will be in my room which isn’t that big which is why it must be a short throw. The room is roughly 10’ X 11’. There is a ceiling fan in the middle of the room, but it shouldn’t be an issue because I have a ceiling mount. I can also use a dresser, a shelf, or a table if need be. I know the HT2050A has more options for keystone, but I would prefer not using it too much out of fear it may degrade the quality. I will be using a motorized screen. Right now, I have a 100” FAVI motorized screen but will probably buy a 100” motorized Elite Screen. I’m not concerned with sound quality because I use high end headphones because I work late hours and don’t want to wake people up.
I plan on using this projector for gaming, but also want something decent for movies as well. From what I’ve read the HT2150ST is the way to go. Obviously, this layout isn’t the best, but I’m trying to work with what I have now. Right now, I have a 32” LG TV in my room and I can’t see [censored]. Any input on which projector to buy, from those with experience, would be appreciated.
Mar 26, 2018 8:37 PM
I would like to get a short throw projector for occasional gaming and movie watching. I am trying to decide if the BenQ HT2150ST or Viewsonic PX800HD would be a good option for me. Does the PX800HD have significantly better black levels or color?
I will be projecting straight onto the wall. My walls are all white, will the projector's brightness wash its own image out? I added a couple pictures of the wall for reference.
Lastly, are refurbished projectors generally reliable? I have had bad experience with refurbished electronics.
Any other suggestions would be great.
Due to the setup of my living room, it is impractical to do a ceiling mount or shelf mounted projector. Eyes to wall is about 10.5ft and I am looking at projecting an image 90~100". I would have the HT2150ST on the coffee table, if I get it. Anyways, what would be the best wall treatment or screen for under a $100 given my room?
Feb 15, 2018 9:32 AM
This is our first projector, a Benq HT2150st. Had to go to the short throw to fit in our space. It has been setup for about two weeks and has been used for about 15 hours. At first there was an occasional flicker. It now flickers every few minutes. I'm not sure if it is the hdmi cables, the bulb, or the projector itself. Any suggestions would be appreciated. |
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