BenQ HT1070A Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector

BenQ HT1070A Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector

BenQ HT1070A Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector

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BenQ HT1070A Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector


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Product Highlights

  • Brightness of 2200 ANSI Lumens
  • Full HD (1920 x 1080) Native Resolution
  • 1.2x Zoom and 1.28 to 1.56:1 Throw Ratio
  • Two HDMI Inputs
  • Supports Multiple 3D Formats
  • Analog Audio Input and Output
  • Built-In 2W Mono Speaker
  • VGA Cable and IR Remote Control Included
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  • 1Description

Enjoy your video games and multimedia content on a big screen with the BenQ HT1070A Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector. It features 2200 ANSI lumens of brightness and a 15,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. It has two HDMI inputs for connecting your digital HD devices such as a gaming console, Blu-ray player, or cable/satellite box. Its built-in 2W speaker eliminates the need for external speakers if none are convenient. The HT1070A includes an IR remote control and a VGA cable for additional convenience.

Enhanced Color Wheel with CinematicColor
CinematicColor technology offers Rec. 709 HDTV color coverage and combines with the 6x speed RGBRGB color wheel and 2200 lumens of brightness for enhanced image performances with detailed visuals.
High 15,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
With the high 15,000:1 contrast ratio, the HT1070A can produce deep blacks with layers and detail in both dark and bright scenes.
Full HD 1080p Visual Performance
Showcase Full HD content and enjoy Blu-ray video and HD broadcasting without downscaling or compression.
Three Home Entertainment Picture Modes
The HT1070A has three dedicated picture modes: Sport mode, Vivid TV mode, and Cinema mode, each calibrated with enhanced settings for brightness, contrast, and color to enhance each targeted source.
Intuitive User Interface Design
The HT1070A is designed to be simple to operate with a self-explanatory user interface design.
Vertical Keystone Correction
When the projector is placed off-center, the keystone correction feature helps correct the trapezoid effect.
Outer-Adjustment Feet
The triple-adjustment feet are designed to enhance the projector's installation flexibility, by placing the additional feet at the corners to facilitate easy movement for a quick setup.
100" Images at Only a 9.2' Throw Distance
Maximize thrills in minimum space. The HT1070A requires as little as 9.2' to project 100" pictures.
Power Saving, Eco Friendly
SmartEco technology helps to perfect what DLP can do for energy saving. The HT1070A brings together brightness, picture quality, and optimized lamp life. Through features such as SmartEco mode, auto power-off, and a low power consumption of 0.5W in standby mode.
Long Lasting
The micromirrors of the DLP chip and the nearly-sealed DLP engine design mean that the HT1070A is fashioned to stand the test of time without any loss in picture quality. Eliminating dust buildup and heat damage, it can shine year after year and look as good as new with a simple lamp change.
Sharp Images and Text
The BenQ HT1070A is designed to produce crisply defined sharpness for clear details and legible text by maximizing the fill ratio of individual pixels and employing SmartEco technology.
UPC: 840046038182
In the Box
BenQ HT1070A Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector
  • Remote Control with Battery
  • VGA Cable
  • Power Cord
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty on Projector
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty on Lamp
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Image Display
    Projector Display System DC3 DMD DLP
    Native Resolution 1080p (1920 x 1080)
    Resolutions Supported VGA (640 x 480) to WUXGA RB (reduced blanking) (1920 x 1200)
    Brightness 2200 ANSI lumens
    Color Wheel 6-Segment: RGBRGB
    Speed: 6x
    Dynamic Contrast Ratio 15,000:1
    Supported 3D Formats Frame Sequential: Up to 720p/60 Hz
    Frame Packing: Up to 1080p/24 Hz
    Side by Side: Up to 1080p/24 Hz
    Top Bottom: Up to 1080p/60 Hz
    Aspect Ratio Native: 16:9
    Five selectable options
    System NTSC, PAL, SECAM
    Scan Frequencies Horizontal: 15 to 102 kHz
    Vertical: 23 to 120 Hz
    Lens System
    Lens F = 2.42 to 2.62
    f = 19 to 22.65mm
    Focus/Zoom Adjusting Manual
    Throw Ratio 1.28 to 1.56:1
    Zoom 1.2x
    Vertical Offset 107% ±5% (full image height)
    Projection Size 60 to 300" / 152.4 to 762 cm
    Keystone Correction Vertical ±40°
    Ceiling Mountable Yes
    Rear Screen Projection Yes
    Built-in Speaker 1 x 2 W
    Input/Output Connectors
    Input Terminals 2 x HDMI audio/video
    1 x 15-pin VGA video
    1 x composite video
    1 x 3.5 mm audio
    1 x mini-USB Type-B
    1 x RS-232 control
    Output Terminals 1 x 3.5 mm audio
    Lamp (Bulb) UHP 210 W
    Lamp Life Normal Mode: 4500 hours
    Eco Mode: 6000 hours
    SmartEco Mode: 10,000 hours
    Fan Noise Normal Mode: 33 dBA
    Economic Mode: 31 dBA
    Security Security bar, cable lock slot
    OSD Languages Arabic
    Simplified Chinese
    Traditional Chinese
    Power Requirements 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Power Consumption Maximum: 260 W
    Normal Mode: 252 W
    Eco Mode: 211 W
    Standby Mode: <0.5 W
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 13.09 x 3.9 x 9.5" / 332.4 x 99 x 241.3 mm
    Weight 5.65 lb / 2.56 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 8.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.6 x 13.3 x 6.1"
    HT1070A Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beware - Audio out is useless First, I've had a BenQ HT1075 projector for a few years and love it.� The 1075 is permanently mounted in my study as a home theater.� I recently decided to� buy the HT1070A, as a second unit that would be portable enough to use in my living room and elsewhere. The 1070A seems about the same as my 1075 as far as picture quality, but it falls far short when it comes to audio. The purpose of buying this unit, was to place it on the coffee table and attach my DVD player to it. The DVD player can receive Netflix, etc wirelessly.� Or attach my laptop as a program source.� As you should know, the built in speakers on any of these devices are not great audio, but in the case of the 1070A it is essentially non-existent.�� Some reviewers on other sites, actually think there isn't a built in speaker. There is a speaker, but it is so faint, even when the volumes of both the projector and the source are turned all the way up.� You can barely hear a faint scratchy sound and can't make out what is being said or heard.� I was not planning to use the speaker (but it would be nice if you wanted to use the projector in a conference room setting or someone's house so that it could be heard).� My plan was to use the audio out jack instead, to hear the audio. But the audio out jack is driven by the same inadequate circuitry that the speaker is driven from.�� I first tried different pairs of ear buds, and they were either very faint or no sound at all.�� My Bose noise cancelling headset worked but not very loud.� I also have a wireless Sennheiser transmitter with "amplified headset" and although that worked, the sound was not the normal volume you would expect, again maximizing the volume from the souce(DVD player), the 1070A and the amplified headset all the way up.� The same problem is true even when I attached the audio out to my home receiver/amplifier that is a very powerful system.� Weak volume. If you plan to use this projector by first attaching the HDMI output of your source� directly to a modern home sound system that has HDMI inputs, and that in turn sends the video signal to the projector, then it should work fine, because the audio is being first picked up by your home sound system.� But in my case, the living room has an older amplifier/receiver and does not support HDMI inputs.� If that is your case, you will have the same problem with sound. Today's DVD players seem to only have one HDMI output and no longer are built with separate audio outputs, so that doesn't give you an option as to where to feed your audio. Likewise, using a laptop, once you connect the HDMI output to the projector, the audio out on the laptop is disabled. This whole issue seemed like a defect, so I returned� the unit for a replacement.� The replacement has the same problem.� Reading more reviews on other sites, as there were no reviews on the B&H site, others pointed out that the speaker is very weak. That is an understatement.� You easily get more volume out of tiny little MP3 players, or cell phones or tablets.� No kidding.� BenQ states that the speaker is 2Watts.� After trying to figure out why this isn't a problem on my existing 1075 unit, I found the spec for that is 10 Watts. but even 2 Watts should drive ear buds or amplified systems. If your old enough to remember crystal radios and carbon headsets, this is about what you can hear out of this unit. It's so� bad, one has to wonder if this is a design defect. Does BenQ even know how bad this is?� Also beware of other models that state only 2 Watts output for the speaker, it is likely the same circuitry with the same problem. Could the designers mistaken the 2 Watt spec for .2 or 1/2 watt.� One has to wonder?
    Date published: 2018-05-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality. I have been using it for over 6 months now and have no complaints. Good quality.
    Date published: 2018-06-26
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