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ViewSonic New PJD5134 Series Projector

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  • High Brightness And Contrast Ratio Ensures Stunning Image Quality. Ultra-Low Power Consumption In Standby Mode
  • Dynamic Eco Technology Makes Excellent Energy Conservation. Off-To-Go Mode Saves Your Time
  • Brilliantcolor Technology Delivers Vivid Color To The Life. Easy Vertical Keystone Correction
  • 10000-Hours High Performance Long-Life Light Bulbs
  • 3D Projection Ready HDMI 1.4 Input (Only For PJD5134, PJD5234, PJD5234L, PJD5533W)

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.1 x 26.7 x 8.4 cm ; 2.1 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.1 Kg
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  • Batteries 1 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: PJD5134
  • ASIN: B00A9S3OOC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 Dec 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,272 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

3000 Lumens Projector with HDMI

The PJD5134 is a high-performance SVGA 800x600 DLP projector with 3000 ANSI lumens and 15000:1 contrast ratio. This projector is packed with features including HDMI, DynamicECO, multiple PC and video input options, 1.1x optical zoom, keystone correction and integrated speakers. With its HDMI input, the PJD5134 can display 3D content directly from a 3D Blu-ray player. Presenters can put the PJD5134 in “standby” mode reducing brightness down to 30% with DynamicECO technology when they need to shift audience’s focus without restarting the projector. Filter-less design and energy-saving eco mode provide for virtually zero maintenance and enhanced product reliability. The PJD5134 portable design is ideal for table top use or mounting on a ceiling in both classrooms and corporate offices.

Ultra-low power consumption in standby mode

The PJD5134 consumes only 0.5W in standby mode, saving ownership cost and practicing environmental friendliness.

Off-to-Go Mode saves your time

The efficient Off-to-Go mode on the PJD5134 enables quick shutdown and turn-on, saving every second of your valuable time. The PJD5134 takes only 3 seconds to turn on, while shutting down instantly and requiring zero power consumption to cool down the projector.

15,000:1 Hgih contrast ratio
15,000:1 Hgih contrast ratio
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High brightness and contrast ratio ensures the stunning image quality

The PJD5134 carries a variety of models with a versatile range of resolutions to cater to specific image quality requirements. Each model will support 3,000 lumens brightness and 15,000:1 contrast, ensuring the image quality will remain crystal clear and vivid even in the bright environments.

DynamicEco Technology
DynamicEco Technology
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DynamicEco Technology makes excellent energy conservation

ViewSonic’s proprietary DynamicEco Technology will automatically adjust lamp brightness to render a longer projector lamp life and conserve up to 70% power consumption.

BrilliantColor technology
BrilliantColor technology
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BrilliantColor technology delivers vivid colour to the life

ViewSonic integrates BrilliantColor technology into the PJD5134 to construct digital colours that deliver stunning and vivid images. The advanced 6-segment colour wheel enriches the performance of the yellow colour and further augments overall colour reproduction to present defined picture quality.

10,000-hours long-life light bulbs
10,000-hours long-life light bulbs
10,000-hours high performance long-life light bulbs

The energy-saving mode on the PJD5134 automatically adjusts the brightness, which extends the lamp light to up to 10,000 hours and saves on maintenance costs

3D Ready with HDMI
3D Projection Ready
3D Projection Ready HDMI 1.4 Input

The 3D DLP Link technology supports an image update frequency of 144Hz, allowing the projected image to be shown with a 3D stereoscopic effect. Along with HDMI 1.4, the PJD5134 brings supreme images onto a large screen.

Vertical Keystone Correction
Vertical Keystone Correction
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Easy vertical keystone correction

When projectors are tilted, the projection image aspect ratio may display rectangular images in a trapezoidal shape, resulting in image distortion. The PJD5134 offers +40°/-40° keystone correction to fix projected image distortion issues easily and quickly.

Box Contains

1.8 Meter Power Cord *1, 1.8 Meter VGA Cable *1, Remote Control *1 With AAA Battery, Quick Start Guide (One Sheet Version) *1, Viewsonic CD Wizard (With User Manual) *1, Warranty Card & Sticker (Only For China) *1

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K J H Farrelly on 30 Mar 2014
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an excellent projector which i bought for my school. picture quality is excellent and it is fan noise is far lower than our old projector. i would highly recommend this product
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Lyon on 27 May 2013
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If anyone has any doubts about buying a projector, I promise you they are worth it. Simply bought for films but i wouldnt of expected the quality that it showed. I have it projected on a 90 inch screen and its brilliant even with dvds. Highly reccommend this product
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By stuart on 27 Sep 2014
It's a good project with a really clear picture with just a few downsides like the internal speakers are poor and you sometimes get a rainbow effect whilst watching a film that has bright to dark contrasting images Hence 4 stars other than that I'm very pleased with this projector for the price it is
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By Sanjay Gurung on 23 Dec 2014
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I am very happy with the image quality and the movie experience has been more better
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524 of 551 people found the following review helpful
Blown away!! 4 Mar 2013
By Adam C. Murtland - Published on Amazon.com
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I can't say enough good things about this projector. It is an amazing value and delivers a superb theater experience in my living room. Just a little background in my home theater experience... In college, one of my buddies had an old auditorium projector in his dorm room. We fashioned a screen out of a grid of computer paper on his wall so that he could still open his door haha. When we got an apartment together during our senior year, we made a screen out of a California King sheet. We stretched the sheet tight and made a border out of black duct tape. We enjoyed a year of movies and shows on our 155" screen.

Fast forward to now. I wanted to take my home theater experience to the next level and this projector was the perfect way to do it! Here's a brief outline of key features and my impression of them:

The three biggest features most people look for when talking about projectors are resolution, contrast ratio, and lumens. The resolution of this projector is SVGA 800x600. This is far from full HD, which is the majority of content I'll be viewing, but the picture is astounding! I'm a stickler when it comes to picture quality. I have a 42" 120hz 3D tv in my bedroom. I ALWAYS buy the blu ray version of new movies and I stream HD all the time on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. I care deeply about picture quality to say the least. That being said, this projector blows me away in picture quality. I watched Star Wars on blu ray last week on my tv and watched it again this weekend on the projector for comparison. Although the picture was slightly better on the tv, nothing compares to watching Star Wars on a big screen. The picture was very sharp. Absolutely amazing.

Contrast Ratio:
15,000:1 contrast ratio. What can I say, the shadows were very dark and the highlights were very bright. I don't have a proper home theatre with dark walls and such so there was a lot of reflected light but I was blown away again with the high contrast image.

It is important to know the lighting conditions in your theater when choosing a projector. Rooms with higher ambient light will need a higher lumen projector to overpower the ambient. With the shades drawn, I have no problem watching movies with this projector during the daytime. Of course, wait until night with complete darkness and the screen is incredibly bright and vivid. This projector beyond bright enough for my conditions.

Okay so now onto the fine details. The Viewsonic has multiple inputs for a wide variety of devices. I run an HDMI cable from my bedroom to the living room for my theater. The projector takes an HD signal and converts it to the proper resolution. I then use the 1/8" audio out to run to my sound system.

This is the only gripe I have with this projector. I have a relatively long living room. My screen is 110" diagonal and is located at one of the far sides. I wanted to be able to mount the projector and the other far end, high on the wall for convenience. Unfortunately for me, the distance was too great to fit the picture on to my screen. The projected image was about 6" too big on all sides. I was upset but this was not the projector's fault; I had a limited mounting options (I live in an apartment so no ceiling mounts) and I had a fixed screen size. My issue with the projector came in when I tried to place the projector on a table towards the back of the room. The image beam from the projector comes out in four ways: Front ceiling, rear ceiling, front table, rear table. The "rear" refers tor rear projection. All of these settings have an angle pitch that is a little extreme. The keystone adjustment offers a little correction but not enough. I had to put little pieces of cardboard under the back feet of the projector to properly line up the image. So, more options for the angle of the lens elements would have been nice but this all is not a deal breaker by any means.

Bulb life:
Rated at up to 6,000 hours. I have no clue how long this will actually last me. I imagine during the first several weeks/months I will use the projector very frequently but then may ween off a bit in order to maintain the magic of the viewing experience each time I use it. One helpful tip is to use to projector as a treat or special event. Don't watch Judge Judy or American Idol on it or it will quickly lose that "wow" factor. Instead, use it for social gatherings, the season finale of The Walking Dead, the Super Bowl, gaming tournaments, etc.

Bottom line:
I use this projector for both video and gaming. It provides a stunning picture even for a videophile like me. If you are looking into setting up a home theater, take a serious look at this projector before considering spending much more money on an HD projector. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.

UPDATE: I made a video review but wasn't happy with it so I didn't post it. Instead, I will answer any questions you have about the projector in the comment section. Since writing my initial review, I have used the 3D function pretty extensively. I use the Sainsonic DLP Link glasses. The experience is very enjoyable with a much more immersed feeling than my 3D tv. The 3D elements pop off the screen at you like in the theater.

Also, I've been watching the NCAA tournament with some buddies using the projector. My house has become "the spot" for watching the tournament. It truly does create an atmosphere that a tv cannot begin to touch. We've been able to have the lights on and eat pizza and wings and drink some brews while watching Syracuse dominate ;) I'll see how well they do in the Final Four this Saturday on a glorious 110" screen with all my buddies. I'm telling you... get this projector and see how much of an impact it has on your entertainment experience!!
214 of 235 people found the following review helpful
Waste no more time looking 18 Mar 2013
By gjkim - Published on Amazon.com
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Like a lot of people, I was interested in buying a projector simply for a larger TV viewing and video game experience. If you look through a lot of these reviews and product discriptions like I did, you will probably be frustrated with all the different things to consider. I bought it just to get a little experience with projectors, and I am very satisfied.

Unless you plan on spending more than $650, just go ahead and buy this projector. Great Picture quality and very easy to use. I have just white drywall in my appartment and the picture this projector produces on the wall is exceptional. There are really only 2 cons for me. The speaker is junk, but every projector has bad speakers. My advice is to go ahead and spend no more than $30 on the speakers and bundle it in with the projector to save a little on shipping. The other con is that there is only 1 HDMI port. So switching in between cable and DVD/GameSystem means you have to manually switch which device is hooked up to the HDMI. Overall all I would recomend this to anybody looking for a bigger TV viewing experience.
84 of 91 people found the following review helpful
Great Inddor/Outdoor Projector 2 July 2013
By Lisa Hassenger - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this for the primary purpose of showing movies outdoors. Attached different speakers, but is so bright we can start so much earlier than dusk outside.
93 of 103 people found the following review helpful
ViewSonic PJD5134 Projector Review 13 July 2013
By Cody T. Meredith - Published on Amazon.com
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First off, let me say that this is a great projector. You simply cannot beat the price!
I use this projector as an in home theater projector for movies, tv, and video games.

Let me start with the price. For $350 (what I paid) I haven't come across many other projectors that have as much value. It is a good buy. It is also very compact and small as well.

Most importantly, the picture. The picture on this thing is great. I use an HDMI cord to view my Blu-Ray player, Xbox 360, etc. (I'll get into my set up later) The resolution on this projector is SVGA. So that is 800x600, which sounds like a complete downgrade from your 1080p television or even 720p television. Yes, it kind of is when talking a strictly tech sense and those numbers can be scary. But let me tell you that the image quality looks fantastic. The aspect ratio is 16:9 and that is just widescreen. So, what you are normal to if you have bought an HDTV that is rectangular instead of the old square dinosaur TV's from the past, (to put it into easy terms). It also depends on how big your screen is and how far away you sit. I will put it into perspective for you. I am an absolute entertainment nut, I am obsessed with electronics, big screen HDTV's, etc. I always want the best picture possible. But on my budget I cannot always afford top of the line. Conclusion: This projector has great picture, you will not be disappointed watching. Movies: I don't believe that you are going to notice any lapse in picture quality, same goes for normal TV. Sports: maybe a tiny bit compared to a very nice 1080p televisions by the name brands with 120hz plus refresh rates, but not a whole lot, and trust me the huge screen you will be watching it on more than makes up for it. I used it to watch the NBA Finals and it was awesome to have people over. Let's talk gaming. I love games, I own an Xbox 360 and play everything from Call of Duty to Madden to Forza car games to Batman to Assassins Creed. I will say that they look excellent on this projector. I would say first person shooters look absolutely amazing, and for those hardcore gamers that worry about "lag" or "time delay" on the screen. I can honestly say that it had no effect on my gameplay whatsoever because I did not notice any lag at all.
I have used this projector on a bare white wall to watch movies and play games, in part because when I first got it, I was so excited to use it I just couldn't wait for my actual screen, and it looks fantastic. It looks even better when I purchased an actual Elite Screens screen. There are a number of screen options. You can go pull down (which is what I went with because price), automatic or motor powered drop down, or you can even just use a wall and border off the screen area. They even have special paint to use, but I found that normal white works just fine.

So to sum up the picture quality it is great! I am sure most of you on here have searched vigorously through other projectors specifications and customer reviews to see which is better and so forth. I am also sure that most of you have noticed that most of the home theater projectors cost A LOT more than this projector and can range from $550 and well into the thousands. This ViewSonic PJD5134 for the price is the best deal, and you will not be disappointed with the picture quality.

Now let's talk Features. You can use the keystone to adjust the angle of the screen (say if you have it mounted up high and angled down) this feature works great. You can also adjust the brightness, contrast, etc. You can zoom in slightly with the zoom 1.1 feature but I did not find that this held any purpose for me. To focus this projector in, you manually scroll the dial above the lens. It is very simple and easy to make it crisp and sharp. If you have read the product description you saw that you can put it in economic lamp mode. This just means it slightly dims the display to save lamp life. Now, the remote has a button labeled "my button" so what I like to do is set this button to switch back from normal and economic mode. So if I am just watching TV I will click it and put it on economic and it slightly touches down the brightness. If I am playing games or watching sports, boom I just tap my button and it boosts it up a bit. It is a really nice feature. But you can set this button to whatever you find convenient or like the most.

Now let's discuss sound and setup. Yes this projector does have a speaker built in, but if you plan to use this projector for home theater use, you'll need to hook up your sound system. What I have done is run all of my equipment through HDMI cords for the best picture possible. So, I have an Xbox 360, Blu-Ray Player (with surround sound system- Samsung HTEM45), and High-Def Cable Box all going to my projector. For many people this will pose a problem because the projector only has one HDMI input. Simple. I bought an HDMI splitter on amazon. It has 3 inputs where i plug the Xbox, Blu-Ray, and Cable into and 1 output; which I use to run one long HDMI cord to the projector. So all of my sound goes through the Samsung surround sound Blu Ray entertainment system and I have the ViewSonic PJD5134 Projector as my screen. It is a pretty easy setup but I imagine it can be confusing for some people, and if you're on a budget or need help deciding how or what to hook up, feel free to leave a message or comment and I will gladly give you my help.

In conclusion, the ViewSonic PJD5134 Projector has great picture and is overall an awesome projector for the price. Combining it with movies, sports, or video games makes it even better. I give it 5 out of 5 stars. I really do not see any cons with this product because it does a great job at everything for the price.

Thank you, and good luck on choosing your home theater entertainment experience!
139 of 166 people found the following review helpful
Fine for movies, not so great with text 30 Jan 2014
By C. S. Thompson - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this for our office to use in presentations, and wish I'd done just a bit more research first. We project from laptops - widescreens with high native resolutions - and this projector just isn't up to snuff for that application. We lose a lot of clarity, especially in text. I don't want to dock the projector ratings too much, as it seems like a fine projector for movies; but not a good choice for an office that needs to have readable text presentations from relatively close distances.
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