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BenQ TH685 1080p Gaming Projector with HDR and HLG, 8.3ms 1080p@120Hz Low Input Lag for Gaming, 3500 Lumens High Brightness, Enhanced Game Mode

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The ProjectorCentral Forums is a great place to chat with other projector enthusiasts about all things projectors. There are simple drop-down legs to adjust the angle of projection; effective zoom and focus rings accessible through a panel cut out of the chassis's top edge; and the amount of zoom available is a very respectable (for this money) 1. We share information about your use of the site with our advertising partners who may further share it with additional parties.

An updated version of the BenQ TH685, which it replaces in BenQ's line, it has almost identical specs to those of its predecessor. The BENQ TH685 original bulb inside includes a bulb from one of the OEM manufacturers (Osram P-VIP, Philips UHP, Ushio, Matsushita, Iwasaki HSCR) and has plastic housing from a generic manufacturer. However, it also affects color accuracy, which is why color wheels in projectors meant for traditional home theater in a dark room—such as the BenQ HT2150ST—don't include white panels. In a single-point measurement at a distance of around three feet directly below the ceiling-mounted projector in my living room (which has a noise floor of 31. With lights turned on, the image was a little washed out, but still bright enough to make out shadow detail, even in dark scenes.If you're watching a widescreen movie, for example, you can position the image up or down the screen since the back bars can be cropped out without losing any pertinent info. The extreme brightness can also sometimes cause subtle detailing to be clipped out of the very brightest highlights of pictures. This slight tinted halo isn't something that you might notice when watching a movie, but if you've got a menu up, you might notice it. There’s also support for the awesome 120Hz refresh rates now provided by decently-specced PCs and the latest generation of Xbox and PlayStation consoles. The input lag in game mode is some of the lowest you'll find on a projector, especially with 120Hz refresh rate.

Projectors in general are notorious for having lag that can top 100ms, which would cause a game's response to feel sluggish or that your reflexes are slow. For those that can overlook the future and can instead revel in the here and now, the BenQ TH685 is an affordable projector that’s perfect for a basement gaming setup.

With low input lag and a massive, bright image, this is the kind of display gamers can use to effectively pwn the noobs, on a 100-plus-inch screen, while even leaving some lights on. The four modes with better color accuracy were all closely matched on contrast, black levels, and sense of three-dimensionality in dark scenes.

BenQ doesn't include a carrying case, but the projector is still quite portable; gamers who need a projector they can easily carry from room to room or to a friend's house will appreciate the small size and light weight. Which is really handy given the relatively casual usage situations the TH685 is likely to find itself in.inches (HWD), making it both light enough to bring with you for a gaming session and easy to handle, whether for permanent installation or an ad hoc setup. Resolution - Again, I'm not 100% convinced it's actually native 1080p, but text is very blocky and the aliasing is pretty obvious during play. More bass and volume would have been great and most gamers will surely prefer a good set of headphones, while most movie fans will surely prefer a decent soundbar. The TH685's short-ish throw distance lets you get a huge image from your coffee table, but combined with lack of lens shift it limits placement compared to other projectors.

So if you anticipate that full dark room viewing isn't going to be something you'll be able to enjoy very often, you could potentially discount those issues. It put out the same 2,705 ANSI lumens in our measurements after multiple readings, or 77% of the published spec, which BenQ says falls below any expected tolerance and might suggest an issue with our sample or lamp. I've done a bit more digging and found out that while the Elephas unit claims Full HD it only actually supports a 1080p signal, but it then downscales it to. Very much on the plus side, the TH685P's chamber speaker delivers far more robust audio than you would expect from its 5 watts. Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that allows data transfers between devices placed in close proximity, using short-wavelength, ultra-high frequency radio waves.The TH685’s inability to deliver good black levels and contrast limits its potential as a movie projector – or a projector a fully blacked out room. audio loopthrough; powered USB port; D-Sub PC input; monitor output BRIGHTNESS (CLAIMED): 3,500 Lumens CONTRAST (claimed): 10,000:1 ZOOM: 1. That mode also exhibits the green tint we've come to expect from most projector's brightest picture mode.

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