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Proxima DP6850 Projector

Proxima DP6850

XGA (1024x768), 1500 ANSI Lumens,
13.2 lbs, $8,499 (MSRP)
View Specs
4.2 out of 5
5 User Ratings
Image Quality 4.2
Features 4.2
Construction 4.6
Ease of Use 4.2
Reliability 3.8
Value for Money 4.0

User Reviews

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Review by James

All and all it's a good projector

Any Problems: But can't seem to get the picture clear while watching dvd's. so i decided to purchase a sony and put this one away.

Review by Thomas Uphill

It's a great projector with motorized zoom and focus. I don't have the remote, but was able to program my universal remote by borrowing a remote. (I have an X10 learning remote). The picture quality is fairly good for computer input, but video is poor directly. I bought a progressive scan adapter and now watch DVD's with the progressive scan adapter, and the image is excellent for what I paid for it.

Any Problems: Without progressive, using S-Video or composite produces a very poor picture. There is some screendoor effect on my 100" screen.

Review by Nick V

When working the projector did great. Unfortunately it went through lamps like crazy.

Any Problems: Lamps blowing out continously. This is one of the worst products I have ever bought vis-a-vis quality.

Review by lilfatmimpin

Never so happy with a purchased of a previously used Item. Used extensivly for company training siminars and the picture is ultra crisp even in a well lit room. At home I couldnt ask for a better Home box office. We have even used it with PS2 for gaming. Other projectors I've had problems with bulb. Not this one

Any Problems: Cant get the family to give it up when I need it for work

Review by Terry

Very good unit! great for watching tv or playing video games ... 3 years plus one bulb with everyday use.

Any Problems: Gets hot if not in open area with lots of air flow. clean box fan filter often!