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ViewSonic PJD6531w

The ViewSonic PJD6531w produced a lot of light and had good color performance—after it was calibrated.

July 09, 2010
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Brightness 3000 Lumens
Contrast Ratio 2000:1 (normal), 3200:1 (dynamic)
Weight 5.9 lbs.
Video Mode sRGB
Video Mode User
Video Mode Brightest
Video Mode Movie
Video Mode PC
HD Yes
3D Yes
Resolution Value
  • 16:10
Calibration Setting Contrast
Calibration Setting Gamma
Calibration Setting Brightness
Calibration Setting BrilliantColor
Resolution WXGA 1280 x 800 (16:10)
Color Gamut Red u' measured 0.4507 / 0.4388
Color Gamut Red v' measured 0.5229 / 0.5252
Color Gamut Red Error 0.0081
Color Gamut Green u' measured 0.125 / 0.1495
Color Gamut Green v' measured 0.5625 / 0.5574
Color Gamut Green Error 0.021
Color Gamut Blue u' measured 0.1754 / 0.1385
Color Gamut Blue v' measured 0.1579 / 0.2479
Color Gamut Blue Error 0.097
Video Processing Setting White Board
Video Processing Setting Black Board
Video Processing Setting Green Board
Video Processing Setting DCR (Dynamic Contrast Ratio)
Video Processing Setting BrilliantColor
Video Processing Claimed Function For white projection screen type.
Video Processing Claimed Function For black projection screen type.
Video Processing Claimed Function For green projection screen type.
Video Processing Claimed Function will further enhance contrast ratio by darkening the black scenes
Video Processing Claimed Function Produce an expanded on-screen color spectrum that delivers enhanced color saturation for bright, true-to-life images.
Video Processing Our Impression Boosts the saturation and brightness of colors to make them more visible.
Video Processing Our Impression Boosts darker colors for extra visibility
Video Processing Our Impression Shifts colors to red to compensate for background
Video Processing Our Impression Makes dark scenes darker, loosing low light details and creating the impression of a wider contrast ratio. However, image quality is affected.
Video Processing Our Impression Works well for presentations and the like by boosting the brightness of the projector, but makes some colors (such as skin tones) overly bright. Not reccomended for video sources.
Calibration Default 50
Calibration Default 50
Calibration Default 2
Calibration Default On
Calibration Calibrated 42
Calibration Calibrated 52
Calibration Calibrated 3
Calibration Calibrated Off
Video Mode - What It Does For computer sources, such as Powerpoint
Video Mode - What It Does Video sources
Video Mode - What It Does For computer video sources
Video Mode - What It Does User customized video settings
Video Mode - What It Does Goes for maximum brightness and color saturation
Power Consumption Mode Movie
Power Consumption Cost Per Year $58.39
Power Consumption Cost Per Year $58.76
Power Consumption Cost Per Year $47.78
HDMI 1
Component 0
Composite 1
S-Video 1
VGA 3
Analog Audio In 1
Digital Audio Out 0
Analog Audio Out 0
Ethernet 1
WiFi No
USB 1
Memory Card None
DLNA No
Other None
Throw Distance Wide Angle 64 inches 82
Throw Distance Wide Angle 80 inches 103
Throw Distance Wide Angle 100 inches 129
Throw Distance Wide Angle 120 inches 155
Throw Distance Wide Angle 140 inches 181
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 64 inches 99
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 80 inches 123
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 100 inches 154
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 120 inches 185
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 140 inches 215
Screen Brightness 64-inch Projector Lux Level 2807
Screen Brightness 64-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 64-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 64-inch Moderate Yes
Screen Brightness 64-inch Bright Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Projector Lux Level 1796
Screen Brightness 80-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Moderate Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Bright Yes
Screen Brightness 100-inch Projector Lux Level 1150
Screen Brightness 100-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 100-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 100-inch Moderate Yes
Screen Brightness 100-inch Bright No
Screen Brightness 120-inch Projector Lux Level 798
Screen Brightness 120-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 120-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 120-inch Moderate No
Screen Brightness 120-inch Bright No
Screen Brightness 140-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 140-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 140-inch Moderate No
Screen Brightness 140-inch Bright No
Color Gamut D65 u' measured 0.1978 / 0.1771
Color Gamut D65 v' measured 0.4683 / 0.4795
Color Gamut D65 Error 0.023
Pico Type No
Portable Type Yes
Business Type Yes
Home Theater Type Yes
Install Type No
Original Price 639
Internet Ready No
Screen Brightness 140-inch Projector Lux Level 587
Power Consumption Mode Brightest (ECO)
Power Consumption Mode Brightest
Manual Url http://www.viewsonic.com/products/pjd6531w.htm
Power Consumption Mode User (calibrated)
Power Consumption Average Watts 301
Power Consumption Average Watts 300
Power Consumption Average Watts 301
Power Consumption Average Watts 244.5
Manufacturer Name ViewSonic
Power Consumption Cost Per Year $58.91
Brand Name (ViewSonic)

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Blacks & Whites
  4. Color Accuracy
  5. Motion
  6. 3D
  7. Viewing Effects
  8. Calibration
  9. Remote Control
  10. Connectivity & Media
  11. Power, Noise & Heat
  12. Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 705HD Comparison
  13. Optoma HD66 Comparison
  14. Canon LV-8310 Comparison
  15. Conclusion
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