The BenQ DLP HD 1080p projector (HT2050) has highly competitive black levels, shadow detail, and contrast that make it simple to enjoy its performance. The device is supplemented with Kensington lock and password protection, so its security level is really high. The BenQ gives provides a 1-year warranty, which isn’t a long period.
An external HT2050 review allows you to see that the unit has a white plastic body frame, which, due to its color and gloss, can be easily stained but also easily cleaned. The smoothed corners of the projector give it an aesthetic appeal and contribute to the visual reduction of the projector. The presence of a speaker on the device’s front part makes it easy to hear the sound in detail. All the control buttons are located in the upper part of the body frame; they are also white and can be accidentally pressed. Inputs and outputs are on the rear side and work seamlessly. Side openings let ventilation go through. The unit’s design allows the construction to work without overheating.
The BenQ HT 2050 native resolution is 1080p that’s enough to enjoy the HD image. A 1.3x zoom lens provides desirable flexibility when choosing a projection distance, which also admits you to adjust the projector light output if necessary. The fan noise (29 dB) at maximum power is relatively quiet and inconspicuous. The lens shift range (vertical) allows you to move the image up or down 10% of its height. This makes getting into an already installed screen much easier or makes small adjustments when choosing a screen position. Although the unit is equipped with 3D image display technology that works seamlessly.
The RGBRGB color wheel and instant sweep speed reduce the “rainbow effect” to an absolute minimum, so the visual performance is smooth. The output delay of the BenQ HT2050 is only 33 milliseconds that is a good exponent. Pay attention that the cost of the BenQ HT2050 lamp replacing is high enough, so the manufacturer complemented the unit with the LampSave mode, which provides dynamic adjustment of lamp power, thereby extending its life by 50%. I really like the correct color rendering as the BrilliantColor technology provides an accurate display of complex shades, such as human skin colors, making the image look completely natural. The remote control makes it easy to control the projector functions from a distance.
Pay heed to the possibility of frontal and rear projection, as well as mounting to the ceiling, which allows installing the device in almost any place convenient for you. At the same time, the digital HDMI interface provides the connection of external units and the transmission of HD-video along with sound via a single cable. This projector has one of the most dimed 3D images, its color saturation in 3D is weak. However, for those who watch 3D not very often, this is not a big problem; the projector provides sufficient 3D performance to satisfy the undemanding user. The BenQ HT2050 manual that comes with the unit contains all the required information and is able to provide the user with the data about repair operations.