BenQ Introduces 3,300-Lumen MH530FHD DLP Projector

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BenQ-MH530FHD.jpgBenQ has introduced a new low-priced, high-brightness home entertainment projector. The $549 MH530FHD is a 1080p, single-chip DLP projector with a rated light output of 3,300 lumens and a rated contrast ratio of 15,000:1. It features 1.2x zoom, keystone correction, 3D capability, dual HDMI inputs, and a built-in speaker. The MH530FHD is available now.

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BenQ America Corp. announced its latest high-brightness, Full HD home entertainment projector: the MH530FHD. Delivering movies, TV shows, sports and fast-action video game content in 1080p resolution with 3,300 ANSI lumens and a high contrast ratio of 15,000:1, the MH530FHD ensures brilliant color performance for any home theater space for screens up to 120 inches. At just $549 and offering a three-year warranty, the MH530FHD delivers great value, perfect for consumers who'd like to enjoy big-screen entertainment without breaking the bank.

"BenQ is releasing its best value home theater projector to date: the new MH530FHD. This projector is the ideal choice for first-time projector buyers who'd like to enjoy big-screen entertainment affordably and hassle-free," said Steve Yang, senior director at BenQ America Corp. "With the introduction of the MH530FHD projector, BenQ brings together the highest brightness and contrast at 1080p Full HD of any projector in its class and price point, giving users a beautiful picture no matter where they're watching their favorite feature or sports broadcast."

The BenQ MH530FHD boasts native 1080p Full HD resolution with 3300 ANSI-lumen brightness and a high contrast ratio of 15,000:1 for crisp, true-to-life image performance for movies, TV shows, sports, video games and even Full HD 3D video without downscaling or compression. Short-throw technology and a 1.2 big zoom allows the projector to be positioned in small spaces with hassle-free setup, projecting a 100-inch picture at just 5.6 feet from the screen, all the way up to a 300-inch picture. A dedicated Quick Install button instantly accesses installation-friendly functions including keystone adjustment. With a flexible range of digital connectivity options that includes 2x HDMI ports for instant connectivity to HD and streaming content and a built-in 2W speaker, it's the perfect projector for any indoor or outdoor space.

Adding to the incredible value and low total cost of ownership, the MH530FHD's lamp life is optimized for up to 10,000 hours with BenQ's SmartEco technology. The three-year limited parts and labor warranty rounds out the robust feature set for a worry-free investment.

The BenQ MH530FHD is available now at a retail price of $549. 

Additional Resources
• Visit the BenQ website for more product information.
BenQ Announces Its First 4K DLP Projector, the HT8050 at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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