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Vivitek D519 Projector

XGA (1024x768) 33dB 3,000 ANSI Lumens Jul 2012
Projector Native Resolution Noise Level Projector Brightness Full HD Release Date £90.69 Electricity cost over 5 years

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OK Running Costs

The D519 is typical compared to the other 46 projectors that came out more than two years ago that we have analysed for 1 year running costs. Based on typical usage levels and energy prices, we estimate the 1 year running cost of the D519 is £100.

Over Two Years Old

It was over two years ago when Vivitek released the D519.

Supports Full HD Projection

Unlike most of the other projectors of this age and type the Vivitek D519 supports Full HD projection.

We compared this projector to all the other data projectors which support Full HD projection and we think a better rated projector such as the Vivitek D516, the Epson EH-TW9000 (£2,650.00), and the Mitsubishi Electric HC9000D are also worth considering.

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Has a Built-In Speaker

The Vivitek D519 has a built-in speaker, unlike most of the other comparable spec projectors that are older than two years which do not have a built-in speaker.

There are a number of other data projectors with a built-in speaker which you might want to consider including a higher Kagoo Rating™ product such as the Epson EH-TW5910 (£899.00), the iPowerUp SGT1001W, or the Infocus SP8600HD3D.

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Does Not Support 3D Image Projection

Like most of the other projectors that have been on the market for a similar time to the D519, the Vivitek D519 does not support 3D image projection.

We compared this data projector to all the other multimedia projectors with a 3D image projection and we think the Epson EH-TW9100 (£2,599.00), the Mitsubishi Electric HC7900DW, or the Benq MX514P are also worth considering.

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Does Not Support WiFi Connectivity

Most of the multimedia projectors of a comparable type and age to the D519 do not support WiFi connectivity, including the Vivitek D519.

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Only XGA (1024x768) Native Projector Resolution

The highest resolution of the Vivitek D519 is XGA (1024x768). That's 62% less resolution than a 1080p (1920x1080) multimedia projector, which is the most frequently found resolution.

This data projector's resolution (XGA (1024x768)) is actually the worst resolution across all multimedia projectors that have been around for a similar time to the D519.

The best resolution across similar types of data projector is 1080p (1920x1080).

It is worth also looking at other projectors that have a resolution of XGA (1024x768) including a higher rated projector such as the ZX212ST, or the ZX210ST (£499.00) both from Optoma or the Toshiba NHX21A.

Data projectors with a higher resolution that might be worth also looking at include the Optoma ZW212ST (WXGA (1280x800 and higher rated) and higher rated), the LG SA560 (£780.02) (WXGA (1280x800 and higher rated) and higher rated), or the Viewsonic PJD6544W (£865.83) (WXGA (1280x800 and higher rated) and higher rated).

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Loud Noise Level

With a noise level of 33 decibels, the Vivitek D519 has a fairly loud noise level compared to most of the other projectors that were launched around the same time as the D519. The noise levels of multimedia projectors of a comparable age and type to the D519 range from 20dB to 37dB, and the average noise level is 30dB.

It is worth also looking at different 33dB noise level projectors including a higher Kagoo Rating™ product such as the Benq LX60ST, the Vivitek D516, or the Optoma W304M (£696.63).

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Bright Projector Brightness

At 3,000 ANSI lumens, the Vivitek D519 has a quite bright projector brightness compared to most of the other data projectors of this age and type. The average projector brightness of projectors that are more than two years old is 2,200 ANSI lumens, and the projector brightnesses range from 20 ANSI lumens to 4,300 ANSI lumens.

We compared this projector to all the other 3000 ANSI lumens brightness data projectors and we think a higher scoring projector such as the D516, and the D517 both from Vivitek or the Viewsonic PJD8333 (£835.56) are also worth considering.

If you want a data projector with a brighter projector brightness then you might want to also look at the PT-RZ470 (£3,537.60) (3500 ANSI lumens and higher rated), or the PT-RW430E (3500 ANSI lumens and higher rated) both from Panasonic or the Optoma HD25e (3200 ANSI lumens and higher rated).

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Big Offset

The smallest offset of multimedia projectors of a similar age and spec to the D519 is 0.03% and the biggest is 140%. At 128 percent, the Vivitek D519 has a quite big offset compared to most of the other projectors that have been around for around the same time as the D519.

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Very Small Lamp Power

With a lamp power of only 190 Watts, the Vivitek D519 has a fairly small lamp power compared to most of the other projectors that came out around the same time as the D519. The lamp power of comparable spec multimedia projectors that are more than two years old range from 180W to 300W, and the average lamp power is 230W.

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Only One VGA (D-Sub) Port

The Vivitek D519 is a one VGA (D-Sub) port projector. Most of the other projectors that have been on the market for a similar time to the D519 have between one and two VGA (D-Sub) ports.

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Only One Audio in Port

Most projectors that have been on the market for around the same time as the D519 have one audio in port, including the Vivitek D519 which has one audio in port.

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Only One HDMI Port

The Vivitek D519 is a one HDMI port multimedia projector.

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Quite Tall

Projectors that have been on the market for a comparable time to the D519 have heights of between 20mm and 480mm. At 190 millimeters, the Vivitek D519 is fairly tall compared to most of the other projectors that were launched around the same time as the D519.

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A Bit Narrow

The narrowest data projector that is more than two years old is 26mm wide and the widest is 490mm. The Vivitek D519 is one of the narrower projectors that have been around for more than two years (only 261 millimeters) amongst projectors of this age.

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Very Light

The weights of projectors of this type and age range from 2.7g to 16,000g. At only 1,900 gram, the Vivitek D519 is fairly light compared to most of the other data projectors of this type and age.

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Very Shallow

The Vivitek D519 is fairly shallow (only 78 millimeters) compared to most of the other projectors of a comparable spec and age to the D519. Projectors that have been around for a comparable time to the D519 have depths of between 12mm and 530mm, and the average depth is 260mm.

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers vivitek dpu35262vvua
Barcodes 00814964336378, 00814964337498, 05053973922638
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