Projector Reviews

BenQ MH733 Projector Review – Hardware 2

BenQ MH733 Projector Review – Hardware 2: Remote Control, Auto Source, Menu

Speaker

Speaker
Speaker

The MH733 comes with a powerful 10 Watt speaker fully capable of projecting quality sound to a boardroom or classroom and delivering more than enough power to reach your whole audience.  That said, while loud, don’t expect this speaker to replace a necessary sound system needed to fill an auditorium, conference hall, or lecture hall.

Remote Control

The MH733’s remote control was very functional, though it did not have a backlight, it did include a laser pointer as a bonus. While not always needed, sometimes it’s better to have something like a laser pointer built in, rather than no pointing solution at all.  Of course laser pointers are inexpensive accessories.   Moving beyond the the laser, the buttons are stiff and you can feel a click when you push, there was a solid 30 ft. of range, and the remote includes the ability to access every function on the projector.

On/Off buttons are located at the top of the remote; ‘On’ is green and ‘Off’ is red.  Beneath that, you have the ability to select all your sources.  Below that is your Keystone Control, Volume, and Cursors, followed by Back, Menu, and Auto (Autosource) buttons.  Below that, you have Mute, Freeze screen, and Eco Blank and directly underneath that, there are some controls for MHL to Play, Pause, Next, Previous, Fast Forward, Stop, and Rewind.

 

Remote Control

Underneath that is your laser pointer button, followed by a digital Zoom +/-, Page up/down for PC-Free projection, Aspect Ratio button, and a Mode button.  And last but not least, a shortcut button to access Projector Info, a Quick Install button, and another shortcut button to access Smart Eco Mode.

The Menus

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