Viewsonic PJD5123 DLP Projector Review
The Viewsonic PJD5123 is an entry-level DLP projector that's bright enough to satisfy most demands.
The ports on the PJD5123 seem to be dedicated to classroom and office use. Video input ports consist solely of VGA, composite, and the antiquated S-video. The manual instructs you to use component video for the best quality, yet there's not even a component video port. An overly complex diagram in the manual seems to imply you should get an adapter to convert it to VGA. HDMI is not even mentioned.
All the ports are listed below.
There is a VGA-out port, a micro USB for firmware and mouse support, and an RS-232C port that can be used to remotely control the projector with a computer.
The port configuration is a little strange, but it's well-labeled and not too cramped. Of course, there are so few connectors that it would be difficult for them to feel cramped.
Menus & Manual
The PJD5123 comes with a quick-start guide and a CD containing PDF versions of the user manual in several languages. It should answer most of the basic questions you might have, such as how to extract the lamp.
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