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Viewsonic PJD6350 Projector Review - Hardware Tour

Posted on April 30, 2015 by Art Feierman
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Viewsonic PJD6350 Overview

The Viewsonic PJD6350 has a black plastic case, with nicely rounded sides.  The lens is offset to the right side of the projector when facing it and recessed in the case, which offers it some protection as there is no lens cap.  To the left of the lens is an IR receiving eye and a hot air exhaust port.  There is a single height adjustable foot in the center front of the projector.

On top of the projector, right behind the lens, are adjustment rings for Zoom and Focus.  To the left of that is the lamp cover.  The cover is secured by screws on the top edges of the projector.  This allows for easy removal/replacement of the lamp even if the projector is ceiling-mounted.  To the right of the Zoom and Focus rings is the cover for the hidden MHL/HDMI port.

On the left side (facing the front of the projector), is the SonicExpert built-in speaker chamber followed by an air intake vent toward the rear.  There is another vent on the right side of the projector.

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Viewsonic PJD6350 Control Panel

On the top of the projector, in the rear left corner, is a control panel including indicators for power, lamp status and temperature (if overheating).  There are buttons for Power, Keystone correction (which also serve as menu navigation Up/Down/Left and Right buttons), Menu/Exit, Enter, Color Mode and Source/Help (Help mode is entered by holding down the Source button for 3 seconds).

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Viewsonic PJD6350 Inputs and Connectors

Moving to the rear panel, there is a limited array of inputs, but an HDMI 1.4a input is included.  Starting at the top left, there are two 1/8” audio input jacks (one for a microphone) and one 1/8” audio output jack.  These are followed by S-video and composite video inputs, an HDMI input, a VGA monitor output and two VGA computer/component video inputs.  Finally, there are a mini USB jack (for remote mouse functions), an RS232 control port and an RJ-45 network jack.  Along the bottom of the rear panel is the power cord jack and a Kensington lock.

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Remote Control

The PJD6350’s remote control is a small, black remote with mostly black buttons and white lettering.  The Power, Menu, Eco Mode and My Button buttons are colored red, blue green and green respectively to make them stand out.  All of the buttons are appropriately grouped and cover all the important functions without accessing them through the menu.

In addition to the usual menu and navigation buttons, there are buttons to directly access the VGA computer or HDMI inputs, mouse functions, image auto-sync, blank, source, pattern, color mode, mouse, timer, lock, help, digital zoom and keystone correction.  There is also a customized button labeled “My Button” which can be set to any one of a number of functions that best fits the presenter’s needs.  There are also buttons to mute and control the volume of the projector’s 10-watt built-in speaker.

There is an orange button right in the center of the remote for the built-in laser pointer.

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