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PLUS U2-1130 Projector

PLUS U2-1130

XGA (1024x768), 1300 ANSI Lumens,
5.7 lbs, $5,995 (MSRP)
View Specs
3.8 out of 5
4 User Ratings
Image Quality 3.8
Features 3.5
Construction 3.8
Ease of Use 4.3
Reliability 4.0
Value for Money 3.8

User Reviews

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Review by GRumpka

I paid $45.00 each for nine of these units! Each with mid hours (400-500 range). For holiday/seasonal use they were perfect. If they broke or got ripped off, I wouldn't care. If you find these used for cheap, don't hesitate to buy one! I'd say anything at or under $75.00 would be reasonable. They aren't very bright, so low light level use only (like outdoors at night)>

Any Problems: Not a problem, but no DVI, HDMI. These are old school units. VGA is all you need though.

Review by nicolas.coppex

Lamp Time life 777Hrs(exploded)PWR supply already replaced (expensive) Too Much Noise (FAN)unusable in small classroom 16 pers. Im Not satisfied of my 2 projector plus u2-1130 This mark is not recommended in my factory of more than 5000 employes.

Review by Charles

I got this baby used for $700 -and at that price I am completely and utterly blown away by every aspect of this portable masterpiece. I went into this venture because I needed a home theater projector and had very little money to do so. I wanted DLP at XGA resolution all under a thousand dollars and I'd be happy. Low and behold this unit delivers a crisp HD picture, with deep blacks, sharp details and bright colors. Pros: -Portable -Sharp XGA resolution -Bright, vivid colors -Deep DLP blacks -Vga Input for HDTV, DVD, and Computer -Pixels are extremely close together, more so than any projector I have seen thusfar(little or no screendoor effect) -Supports front(floor), front(ceiling), rear(floor), and rear(ceiling) projection.

Any Problems: Cons: -DLP rainbow effect noticable at first -Slightly loud fan -Lack of component video inputs. I made sure to buy HDTV and DVD units with VGA outputs to get around the no component inputs problem, and as for the rainbow effect I don't even notice it anymore, even if I look for it. The projector could be placed in a separate projection booth --or-- pointed at a mirror amidst soundproofing material -away from the screen to combat the loud fan.

Review by Russ Schuster

This has been a wonderful unit for my home theater application. The fan is not as noticable as the other review mentioned. Not one problem to say! For the money, this will make a great addition to any home theater.