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This projector is the brightest I've seen in its range of classroom setting projectors. With 4,000 lumens any user who is operating this projector will find it more than easy to function and work with. Not only is this projector a light cannon, but it is also clear with the projection which is of course is the most important aspect aside from the brightness. I have tried the adaptability of the MP777's 1080i and except for the black bars that it creates; the overall experience of the adapted 1080i is quite well projected. Although 1080i is not commonly used for classroom or boardroom materials, but it is always nice to have extra features so when the time comes, you do have that extra feature ready. Other than the 1080i, the MP777 works really even better in classroom and conference room settings as the extra lumen brings the MP777 a long way. The audible noise on this projector is extremely low, which is an invaluable characteristic as there is nothing more nerve racking for your audience than hearing the continuous humming of a projector's fan during a presentation. The MP777 is a great projector and it is recommended to those who need the high lumen output, low audible noise, and unmatched clarity in picture quality.
This projector has a few characteristics which really make it stand out to me as a teacher. First of all, it's incredibly bright, so it can be used in well lit environments, and the contrast is fantastic, making it just a joy to watch movies, do presentations, or view text. These features also mean that you can project onto an enormous screen. It is generally used in the classroom, projecting onto about a 150 inch screen, but I used it once in one of the auditoriums with no noticeable loss of brightness or color on a screen about twice that size. With projectors I've worked with in the past, including Viewsonic, Panasonic, and Acer, they've always been quite difficult to set up. The MP777 is surprisingly simple to adjust, with intuitive controls and some useful presets. This comes in very useful when you want to move it around. It has a ton of inputs, the only exception being DVI, but that is easily replaced by HDMI (which is what I connect through). Overall, I've had a very good experience with the MP777 and it's definitely influenced my teaching in a very positive way.