BenQ describes its MP512ST projector as "designed for the Nintendo Wii," and by that we assume they mean white, inexpensive, and standard-definition. All the more reason for us to be surprised when this little unit produced a decent picture, albeit not quite at the level found on more-expensive high-definition projectors. Still, for less than $600, or about the price of a bargain-brand 32-inch flat-panel LCD, it's tough to complain.
Read the full review of the BenQ MP512ST.
Below you'll find the settings CNET reviewer Kevin Miller found best for viewing the BenQ MP512 ST in a completely dark room via the HDMI input with a 1080p, film-based source on his 92-inch wide Stewart Greyhawk screen. Your settings may very depending on screen, source, room conditions and personal preference. Check out the Picture settings and calibration FAQ for more information.
Picture Mode: User 1
Reference Mode: Cinema
Color Temperature: T3
(All the other picture settings were grayed out and inaccessible)