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Acer X1320WH - Proyector (762 - 7620 mm (30 - 300"), 4:3, 16:9, 16:10, Corriente alterna, 1 - 9,7 m, 3000:1, DLP)

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  • AC (enegía) in
  • Alcance de temperatura operativa: 5 - 35 °C
  • Altavoces incorporados
  • Full HD
  • HD-Ready
  • Keystone correction, vertical: ±40
  • Mando a distancia
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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 23,3 x 28,4 x 8,1 cm ; 2,3 Kg
  • Número de modelo del producto: EY.JDK04.018
  • ASIN: B006NNUQP2
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 23 de diciembre de 2011
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Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Alcance de zoom: 1.2:1
Alta Definición Total: Si
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 8,1 cm
Ancho: 28,4 cm
Bluetooth: No
Brillo de proyector: 2700 lúmenes ANSI
Brillo de proyector (modo económico): 2160 lúmenes ANSI
Cables incluidos: Corriente alterna, VGA
Cantidad de lámparas: 1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Cantidad de puertos VGA (D-Sub): 1
Capacidad de zoom: Automático/Manual
Color del producto: Color blanco
Compatibilidad de tamaño de pantalla: 762 - 7620 mm (30 - 300")
Conector USB: Mini-USB B
Corrección vertical de keystone (trapezoide): ±40
Distancia de proyección del objetivo: 1 - 9,7 m
Duración de lámpara: 5000 h
Entrada de CA: Si
Entrada de S-Video: 1
Entrada de video compuesto: 1
Ethernet: No
Formatos gráficos soportados: 1280 x 800 (WXGA), 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
Frecuencia de entrada AC: 50 - 60 Hz
Fuente de energía: Corriente alterna
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
HD Listo: Si
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 5 - 35 °C
Mando a distancia: Si
Manual de usuario: Si
Número de altavoces incorporados: 1
Número de colores: 1.073 billones de colores
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Pantalla incorporada: No
Peso: 2,3 kg
Pilas incluidas: Si
Potencia de bombilla: 180 W
Potencia estimada RMS: 2 W
Preparado para 3D: Si
Profundidad: 23,3 cm
Puerto - RS-232: 1
Puerto DVI: No
Rango de apertura: 2,55 - 2,81
Razón de contraste (típica): 3000:1
Relación de aspecto: 4:3, 16:9, 16:10
Resolución (máxima digital): 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Resolución original del proyector: WXGA (1280x800)
Salidas para auriculares: 1
Sintonizador de TV integrado: No
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: No
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tecnología de proyección: DLP
Tipo de lámpara: OSRAM
Tipo de producto: Desktop projector
Vida de la lámpara (modo economico): 6000 h
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) entrada: 1
Voltaje de entrada AC: 110 - 220 V
Wifi: No
Zoom digital: 2x

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wonderful projector, no regrets here 13 de octubre de 2012
Por Jerry - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've had this projector for over 4 months now and it has worked beautifully so far. I did a lot of research before buying a projector, I wanted something less than $500 or at least very near to that price point, something that would project a screen size 90 inches or bigger from about about 10ft or so since that's the distance in my set-up (rest assure that I checked out the distance calculators for other projectors that were about the same price or cheaper and the maximum size from about 10ft was around 70 inches according their respective websites).

When I bought this, there wasn't really any reviews or anything since this is a pretty recent model so this made the decision even harder, but I decided to go for it still.

Now to talk about the projector:
- It has very nice native resolution of WXGA 1280 x 800 which makes it great for movies, the resolution does go up higher to 1080p if you connect the appropriate input device such as a Blu-Ray player, gaming console.
- Set up was easy to understand and do
- Turns on relatively fast
- Image is really bright and clear even in Eco-Mode(which is how I have it right now so the lamp bulb last longer), no huge difference between regular mode and Eco-Mode. But don't worry, if the screen seems to bright for some reason, you can always decrease the brightness level as you please. I recommend Eco-Mode, it's better for any projector really
- It has vertical keystone correction but no horizontal keystone correction. I knew it wouldn't have horizontal keystone correction when I bought it, and other projectors I looked at around this category or less didn't have it either. However I must say that when you're setting up the projector, make sure you get it at the right horizontal angle so the image comes up even, don't worry too much about the vertical angle since it can get fixed with the vertical keystone correction.
- The on-screen menu is easy to understand and navigate through
- No physical manual, it does come in the CD that it's included with the projector, comes with a quick start up guide and an VGA cable
- The speakers on the projector are weak, then again most of the projectors out there have weak speakers, I'm just glad I have a home theater set-up so I don't need the ones in the projector, no big deal for me here
- Pretty much has all the inputs you need: HDMI, VGA, Component, Composite, , RS232 mini, S-Video mini, USB mini-B, 2x stereo mini-Jack. I currently just use the HDMI input for it since that's all I need, makes this much easier and much much better since everything looks better in HD
- It has manual focus, which makes it much easier for me to get the clearest image from distances, you also increase/decrease the screen's size manually
- Still looks good enough even when the lights are turned on
- Expected lamp life is great: Normal Mode - 5000 hours; Economy Mode - 6000 hours (which was a huge driving point in my decision to buy this projector), many projectors out there get less lamp life expectancy than this one, even some of the expensive high end projectors
- Blu-ray movies just look wonderful, you get a vivid image, beautiful colors. Playing video games look wonderful as well, it makes gaming much more intense and a better overall experience.
- I wouldn't say the projector is super loud but you can definitely hear it as you would for other projectors, if anything I've heard louder projectors before, you get used to it though so it becomes less of a problem down the line
- It is recommended that this projector is used no longer than 3 hours per day, there have been several times where I've used it much longer than that in a day and it didn't give me any problems, the projector will even warn you you if it's overheating
- Expect projectors to get hot when in use, this is normal for a lot of projectors, just know that projectors are designed for this case, but also know how to take care of your projector
- As for the 3D part of this projector, you should all be aware that you won't likely find a projector around this category and price range that does 3D for all your devices straight out of the box especially for 1080p 3D, I sure didn't find one. You'll need a 3D converter box such as the Optoma 3D-XL Converter Box for 3D Video and Gaming or the View Sonic 3D HD Video Processor (VP3D1) to watch 3D devices and content without any problems and limitations. However, this projector can do 3D out the box but only in 720p, you'll notice that you won't be able to switch the 3D signal in the projector between ON/OFF if you're watching in any resolution that is not 720p. To be able to turn on the projector's 3D signal on make sure you go to your device's settings and switch the resolution to 720p. Also make sure you have the right HDMI cable (HDMI 1.4, those are the only HDMI cables I have, which are the one's you;'ll need for 3D support in high-end devices that support 3D such as 3D Blu-Ray players) and DLP Link 3D glasses. It is PC-3D Ready, so if you have the right PC setup, you can get a 3D signal to the projector without any problems and without the need of any converter box.

Pros:
-Clear and bright image
-Great interface
-Manual focus
-Great inputs
-Great screen size from distances
-Still looks good when lights are on
-Have used for longer than 3 hours in a day many times without having problems

Cons:
-Limited 3D functionality out of the box (expected)
-No Horizontal Keystone correction (expected)

In case if you're wondering how my setup is, I'm using this projector mountVideoSecu PJ2B 1C9 Universal LCD/DLP Projector Vaulted Ceiling Mount Bracket with 25.6-Inch Extension Pole - Black. I have this Panasonic DMP-BDT210 Integrated-Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player, an XBOX 360 and Nintendo Wii and of course my laptop which I connect all through HDMI to my home theater's Onkyo HT-S5400 7.1-Channel Home Theater System AV Receiver which I then run an HDMI cable from the AV receiver to the projector. "But wait, how do you connect your Nintendo Wii through an HDMI?" you might be wondering, well I use thisWii to HDMI 720P / 1080P HD Output Upscaling Converter - Supports All Wii Display Modes, HDMI Upscale to 720p or 1080p Output for that.

After narrowing it down to a few projectors, this was the better one in terms of specifications and price of course. this projector has met all my expectations and in many ways exceeded them, I'm surprised this projector isn't very popular, it definitely deserves its recognition. So if you're looking for a projector at this particular level, look no further and buy this one.

If possible, I'll be updating my review further down the line, maybe I'll even make a video for it one of these days.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Outstanding quality 12 de enero de 2013
Por Andy GA - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I replaced a six year old projector in my basement.

I am so impressed with the brightness and clarity of the picture - HD movies and TV look outstanding.

I love my new projector.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Does not support 3D as Documents claim and Seller will not except returns. So you ARE SCREWED. 7 de agosto de 2012
Por rja - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This Projector does not support 3d As advertised in it doc's. They say on PAGE 37 you can plug in a 3D DVD player and watch 3D Movies with the DLP-Link Glasses. This is not correct. You have to buy a converter box to convert the signal to on the Projector will except. The projector will only allow a 720p 120Hz signal to to 3D and there Is Not one 3D DVD player out there that will do the Signal it needs. So to Use 3D you have to spend more money on a converter out use a 3D card on a computer to View it. The Doc's say different There on techs don't know anything. I have called them all the want me to do is send My unit to them at my cost and have them look at it and tell me what I already know that it does not work as advertised in its DOC'S so be worn. The Projector is a good Item for the price if you do not want to do 3D. I have desided to keep the item as I like the way it works for everything else BUT no 3D. I will have to buy a converter to it This is just a warning if you want 3D this one is the same as most the others and will only do 3d through a computer. Do Not buy a projector from this seller. They sell all Projectors AS IS. There is no returning them. So if it does not work as they advertise YOU ARE SCREWED. DO NOT BUY ANY PROJECTORS FROM THIS SELLER.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The 3D is a lie! 11 de octubre de 2012
Por Paul the Great - Publicado en Amazon.com
Pros:
In 2D mode, it's bright.
You can run 1280x800 @ 120 Hz (using custom res modes and reduced CVT blanking)
It has lots of plastic to peel off.
It's bright enough to watch movies in a barn on a 26' screen at night.

Cons:
1280x720 is too low to run almost every app in windows 8 -- and 3D mode only works in 720p.

It's remote needs to be pointed exactly at the IR receiver and the buttons must be pushed very hard. This makes menu nav difficult. My previous projector, a panasonic 700 somethin' had a sweet remote with great buttons that were fun and easy and smooth.

It has many light leaks - some even very close to your screen, and many out the base of the projector.

It's obtrusively loud, and has a high pitched whine that can be very distracting (my 1000W 7.1 system does overpower it for most action scenes, but it's terrible in dramatic movies)

You cannot use NVidia 3D for gaming. It will NOT work with this projector, unless you're happy with 30 fps per eye, and do some stupid tricks as outlined later.

You cannot watch 3D blurays.

You're told that you can if you buy a separate computer player ($50+) and a program that circumvents DRM (which is borderline illegal)
You could also buy a converter box to watch 3D, but those are very expensive, and I haven't tried any.

Edit:
I can now get 3D working with nVidia and my DLP link glasses - but only in 60 hz (30 fps per eye)
nVidia wired usb glasses, or wireless glasses are required to activate any nvidia 3D stereoscopic modes beyond anaglyph.

0. Have resolution not set to 1280x800.
1. attach old CRT monitor to computer.
2. set up a custom resolution in nvidia control panel: 1280x800 @60hz Reduced CVT blank (not automatic)
2a. enable Generic CRT 3D in nvidia stereoscopic mode. If you test it, you'll see dual images overlayed sequentially on your screen.
3. save it.
4. Go to window's display properties, change to 1280x800. Change refresh to 60hz.
- you may or may not have the reduced cvt blank option on here. If not, you'll get ugly line echo artifacts all over your screen. You can zoom in to remove them, with loss of res and quality. Some games set CVT Reduced blank automatically, and in that case, keep your res at 800x600, and change the game to 1280x800@60hz.

5. swap out the monitor's cable with the projector's vga cable. Don't identify your monitors again. This way nvidia thinks you're still using a CRT, not a projector it's purposefully not nvidia certified (even though it does 120hz just fine)

6. start yo game! Hopefully it'll work, and hopefully you can enjoy 30fps. I've done it a ton, it's a pain, but it looks cool.

I plan to get a real 3D projector after this.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excelent projector 6 de junio de 2012
Por Ranjan - Publicado en Amazon.com
Almost completed 1500 hours and still running super.

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i searched a lot before buying this product .Excellent product!this projector produce perfect crystal clear image. HDMI is built in so you can connect whatever device. I used DVD's, computers, blue ray player, etc. Everything looks perfect includinf with light in the room thanks to the 2700 lumenes. Remote control is incredible and allow pretty much all the functions available. A+.Started with AVTAR and so on....................


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