This is a short overview video of the NEC NP-P502WL projector, which discusses all the basics, including brightness, picture quality and value. A longer video with more details is also available on our site, with more technical info on the NP-P502WL than this video contains.
Check out the full online review here
. It is the most comprehensive. Basic info on this projector can also be found below the video window.
When the NEC P502WL was the object of a full-length review, it received our Special Interest Award.
NEC P502WL Highlights
- High rated light output – 5000 lumens
- Moderately wide range 1.7x zoom lens will support many appications
- Very flexible mounting options and positions (can be mounted at any angle) along with vertical and horizontal lens shift provide excellent mounting flexibility
- Wired and optional wireless networking support along with extensive software support available for control and management of multiple projector installations
- HDBaseT support built-in
- Integrated support for Crestron Roomview, AMX Beacon and PJ Link allow for complete interactivity and control
- Sharp images with 1200 x 800 resolution
- Picture modes available with good color accuracy
- 3D support (Blu-ray 3D compatible), requires optional 3D emitter and active 3D glasses (not provided with the review unit)
- 3 year limited warranty with 1 year of NEC’s InstaCare rapid replacement service
From the Editor: This video was created as a brief overview of the NEC P502WL projector. It was edited and produced by Nikki Kahl and features Art Feierman, editor of ProjectorReviews.com
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