BenQ W2000

Rec.709 colour preset with Full HD 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio) and an image clarity heads and shoulders above the competition at this price range. Vertical lens shift allows for minor installation oversights whilst the 12v output trigger allows you to automate your home cinema set up by lowering and raising your electric projector screen when you turn on/off the projector.



  • DLP Display Technology
  • 2000 ANSI Lumens
  • 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) Resolution
  • 3500 Hours Lamp Life (Typical)
  • 15000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 1st year pick up, repair and return. Year 2 Return to base Warranty (Projector)
  • 1 year or 2000 hours (Lamp)
  • 3.6 KG's (Weight)

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    From: Excl. VAT £559.00 Incl. VAT £670.80

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    BenQ already have a strong reputation the home cinema market with the very popular W1070+, out of the box the BenQ W2000 is a fantastic looking projector even before its switched on!

    Turn the unit on and the Rec.709 image preset ( the true colour standard for high definition television) really does make the image pop with vibrancy and produce images that are crisp, perfectly saturated with deep blacks, images that got the thumbs up from the whole team here at ProjectorPoint.

     

    Only projector displays that conform to the Rec. 709 standard can reproduce colors correctly in all images through an entire movie. While most projector manufacturers choose a saturated color tone bias to increase colorfulness, resulting in color accuracy loss, the BenQ W2000 achieves the Rec.709 color standard. The process of building a projector includes many variables such as lenses, lamps and color wheel coating. At BenQ they worked relentlessly to close any gaps from those variances and to make their projectors perform exactly to Rec. 709. For BenQ to stay at the top of their game in home cinema projectors for them they believe that colours matter to their users when enjoying movies as they were meant to be seen and they would be right!

    To get the best possible reproduction of Rec.709, BenQ’s ISF-trained expert engineers tried more than 20 different combinations of color segments and color wheel coatings, the factors that directly affect color gamut and brightness of a projector. BenQ home cinema projectors over the years have always had high build quality for the price point, and the BenQ W2000 continues this. Three color adjustment stations in the production line perform final checks on every single unit of the W2000 in Rec. 709 preset and then BenQ quality engineers perform final color tests on each projector built to ensure Rec.709 performance.

    The W2000 also features a low dispersion all glass lens something rarely ever found on sub £1000 projectors. Its inclusion really does bring that extra bit of clarity and fine detail to the image

    At this price point the W2000 is a projector that is impossible to beat both for design and image quality and the only projector to feature the Rec.709 image preset, expect to pay over twice the price to find this image preset on another home cinema projector.

    In a recent review over at TrustedReviews.com, they gave the BenQ W2000 a score of 8/10 and described the projector as having "Beautiful cinematic colour tones and subtleties." and "Strong, natural HD detailing." Read the full review of the BenQ W2000 home cinema projector

    Specifications

    Image

    Projection Technology DLP
    Resolution 1080p
    Brightness (Lumens) 2000
    Contrast Ratio 15000:1
    Lens Ratio 1.15-1.50:1
    Optical Zoom 1.30x
    Lens Shift Vertical Positive (%) 10
    Lens Shift Vertical Negative (%) 0
    Lens Shift Horizontal Positive (%) 0
    Lens Shift Horizontal Negative (%) 0
    Keystone Horizontal Negative (degrees) 30
    Keystone Horizontal Positive (degrees) 30
    Keystone Vertical Negative (degrees) 30
    Keystone Vertical Positive (degrees) 30

    Connectivity

    HDMI 2
    DisplayPort 0
    HDBaseT No
    DVI-D NA
    VGA in 1
    VGA out 0
    BNC Video 0
    Composite Video 1
    Component Video 1
    USB for display and control No
    USB for PC Less Presentation NA
    RJ45 For Control/Monitoring 0
    RS232 For Control 1
    Screen Trigger No

    Physical

    Dimensions (W x H x D) in cm 38.05 x 12.17 x 27.7
    Weight (Kg) 3.6
    Fan Noise (db) 29
    Fan Noise in Eco Mode (db) 27
    Audio Output (Watts) NA
    Chassis Colour White
    Lamp Life (Hours) 3500
    Lamp Life Eco Mode (Hours) 5000

    Warranty

    Projector Warranty 1st year pick up, repair and return. Year 2 Return to base
    Lamp Warranty 1 year or 2000 hours

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      Having researched loads of projectors the BenQ W2000 kept coming out with everything I needed for a home cinema system. As this is my first system it was easily set up and the quality of the picture and sound is brilliant and Michael at projector point was very helpful when I needed advice. I would recommend this projector to anyone for home use.

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    The W2000 takes the home cinema experience to a new level thanks to BenQ technology that achieves the Rec. 709 standard for high-definition color reproduction. W2000 is precisely calibrated for cinematic color with Rec.709, utilising a 6X RGBRGB color wheel with precision-tuned coating and color segments to replicate stunningly true colors and a superb viewing experience.

    Cinematic Color as Big as Life in Your Living Room :

    With a harmonious combination of luxurious gold color and elegant curves, W2000 delivers modern aesthetics and complements today’s lifestyles. And in addition to ultramodern design, wireless video transmission and lifelike cinematic color with Rec. 709, the newly enhanced airflow and fan architecture in W2000’s thermal system reduces acoustic noise to 27dBA in Eco mode, the lowest fan noise in its class, significantly surpassing the previous generation (30dBA, W1070) to provide a more pleasant viewing experience.



    Rec. 709 HDTV Standard for Finest Cinematic Color Authentic HDTV Color Accuracy :Rec. 709 is the international HDTV standard to guarantee accurate replica of cinematic color as the director intended.

    6x speed colour wheel:With 6X Speed RGBRGB Color Wheel, W2000 is calibrated for cinematic color modeled on the HDTV standard, Rec. 709, to deliver refined colors that are the truest possible reproduction of the original palette of your video.

    Independent 3D Color Control for All 6 Primary Colors :BenQ's unique color management tool allows you to fine-tune the gain, saturation and hue of six primary colors (R/G/B/C/M/Y) individually. So you can customise your colors to mimic nature, to simulate other galaxies, and to everything in between.

    CinemaMaster Audio: CinemaMaster turns any room into a world-class home theater with audio-enhancing technology sure to please even the most critical movie enthusiasts. With 20-watt speakers housed in resonant sound chambers plus BenQ Audio Enhancer powered by MaxxAudio, your sound booms with Waves’ breakthrough algorithms used by Hollywood studios, to dramatically boost bass and treble for serious stereo sound.

    Side Projection with 2D Keystone :Horizontal and vertical keystone correction eliminate trapezoid effect when the projector is placed at an indirect angle, allowing you to set up in a corner or on a side table to free up valuable space for active games or comfortable lounging.

    Flexible Vertical Lens ShiftVertical Lens Shift (10%)provides flexibility when installing or setting up the projector. Images can be shifted up and down without suffering a decrease in image quality.

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