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Sony VPL-CS6 User Reviews

Sony VPL-CS6 Projector

Sony VPL-CS6

SVGA (800x600), 1800 ANSI Lumens,
5.9 lbs, $1,699 (MSRP)
View Specs
4.7 out of 5
6 User Ratings
Image Quality 4.7
Features 4.7
Construction 4.7
Ease of Use 4.8
Reliability 4.8
Value for Money 4.7

User Reviews

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Review by A McKeown

The VPL-CS6 is a fantastic piece of equipment. Small, light and easy to use it can turn any room into a cinema. I have had mine about half a year and never had any problems, The only downside is the fact that you must replace the lamp every so often, and they are very expensive. Overall, a great product.

Review by Frank P.

An excellent proj for on the go, even it's size, outstanding power, been using in higly illuminated rooms and the image delivered still perfect. A five star projector.

Any Problems: The tilt and lens cap are electric, which seems to me unconvenient in power failure situations.

Review by al

Been using this projector for almost 4 months. Mainly for video, presentations, animations. The image quality is not perfect but good enough, it's really bright and it's easy to use. The features are great and easy to use, mostly automatic and can be manually adjust too.

Any Problems: No Problems encountered.

Review by choken

I bought it for home use. image for DVD's is very good, but blacks are grey. My idea was to buy a sony HS3, but when i came into the store, i compared both,and CS6 has a brighter image, and it was cheaper. actually i'm using it as a 110' TV. Good purchase.

Any Problems: I used it 100 hours. no problems.

Review by Damir Imamovic

We used this projector for several presentation and this on is very easy to use (plug&play) but overall resolution is sometimes problem and connectivity could be better for the money...

Any Problems: none

Review by Kurt

Just go it....had a brief demo, but it looks good! We are looking forward to using it on the road for PPt presentations and the excel spreadsheet presentations. The 1800 lumens is especially good, since we are used to 600.

Any Problems: NONE