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Acer PD525D User Reviews

Acer PD525D Projector

Acer PD525D

XGA (1024x768), 2600 ANSI Lumens,
5.4 lbs,
View Specs
3.6 out of 5
3 User Ratings
Image Quality 3.0
Features 4.0
Construction 3.7
Ease of Use 3.7
Reliability 4.0
Value for Money 3.3

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Review by Per

Noise level to high for small conference rooms as it is for most projectors on the market. Declared noise level is not accurate. Noise should be declared according to ISO 9296 as sound power L WAd in Bel. Then it´s possible to compare projectors.

Any Problems: As for all other DLP´s the yellow colour is difficult to find. With default settings there is no yellow present. But by changing white peak, degamma, brigthness and contrast most colours will be there but the brightness and sharp white is then lost.

Review by murd

Top Beamer But if you want to use ist for video you have to modify the white and gama entry. if y set withe o zero the beamer is also for video top.

Any Problems: very bad you can't change an seting if you haven't a signal

Review by Thomas Aumayr

Oh boy; I ordered this projector, kept it for 1 week and sent it back.It's good excellent specs but an really awful picture (the worst I've ever seen on projectors). - Grey scaling is shattered and ghosting is enormous. - You can't use it for movies (a grey sky becomes some kind of sandy thingy), you can't even show your hi-res-fotos from your holidays at the sky looks as in 256-colours computer ages... - By the way: Only use it via DVI-input. VGA is less sharp and composite/s-video make such an incredible bad image (overlighted)... - The only thing you can do with that superbright projector is presenting graphs or so... - and this even at daylight.

Any Problems: Extremly ghosting, grey-range is like in 256-colours-ages (scales; no harmony), analog inputs are miserable...