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Philips ProScreen 4750 Projector

Philips ProScreen 4750

XGA (1024x768), 750 ANSI Lumens,
17.0 lbs, $5,699 (MSRP)
View Specs
4.8 out of 5
4 User Ratings
Image Quality 4.5
Features 4.8
Construction 5.0
Ease of Use 4.8
Reliability 5.0
Value for Money 4.5
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Review by leoraco

Excelent proyector for home and semiprofessional use. Its large screen proyection makes it easy not to go to the cinema. Multiple image imputs vga rca etc. And best focal quality

Any Problems: None

Review by happy movie viewer

I have had this projector for over 10 years now replace 2 lamps and that's it. It still works like a dream. because of the lens quality I think the picture is better than some of the mid-range projectors you can buy today and it's been the most reliable electronic Item I have purchased so far. I love the zoom on this It can be as close as 1m from the screen or as far back as 20m and I can adjust it to fit with a picture as large as 13 Diagonally

Any Problems: It takes a few minutes to warm up and the fan can be heard if you are sitting next to the projector in quiet parts of a movie but if you set it on the ceiling or at the back of the room it's fine.

Review by grandmasterzim

I have had this for 5months and had no problems. Movies are clear tv is alittle blurry, but better than my normal tv. I would recommend.

Any Problems: non

Review by Sambi

This is a relatively old projector, but it still keeps up whith the new constructions. So if you find one with a good lamp it`s worth to buy it for watching movies. I compared it with Panasonic PT-LB10U, Toshiba TDP-S20U and the Philips Astaire and I must say it can keep up with them even beating the Toshiba because of the Toshibas Rainbow Effect.

Any Problems: Not yet. 2000 hours used.