Acer P6500


Key features:

  • USB flash drive output
  • DLP projector for office
  • built-in speakers: 2 x 10 W
  • The image size from 0.5 to 7.62 m
  • Projector Resolution: 1920×1080 (Full HD)
  • VGA, HDMI, S-Video, composite, component, mini-jack, RCA audio



Acer P6500 – an excellent multimedia projector based on DLP technology, with which the user can get a clear and bright projection for work and entertainment. The technique combines high resolution, realistic image display, flexible adjustment of all essential parameters, as well as new optimization and control technologies. An excellent projection tool for any task.



The design of the Acer P6500 can be called classic. The front of the upper panel made of plastic with a white mirror-smooth coating relatively resistant to scratches, the rear of the top panel is also white but matte. The halves of the board separated by an insert made of silver-coated plastic. The rest of the body is light gray plastic with a matte finish. On the top panel, there are a large mirror logo of the manufacturer and a few smaller logos, a niche for access to the gate on the lens, control buttons, and status indicators. Interface connectors placed in a shallow slot on the rear panel.

A lining made of silver plastic that is resistant to damage glued to the bottom of this niche. Also, on the rear panel, you can find the power connector and the Kensington lock slot. On the side and front panels – ventilation grilles. And behind bars on one of the silver buttons on the top board. The front foot on the rack is released (maximum 16 mm) by pressing the lock button. A stable and horizontal position of the Acer P6500 during desktop placement will help to achieve the right rear leg, twisting about 8 mm from the housing. There are 4 threaded metal sleeves at the bottom of the projector.


Remote Controller & Communication

The remote control is small. It fits cozy in your hand, and you can reach all the buttons without intercepting the remote control in your hand. However, the buttons are small, there are also signatures to them, and there is no backlight, which makes it difficult to use the remote control in a darkened room. Image sources are scrolled by the Source buttons on the case and the remote control or directly selected by the remote control buttons.

The control screen input of the electric drive can connect to the DC Out connector. Then if the Auto screen option is enabled, the screen will automatically expand when the projector turned on. Power supplied to the projector through a standard three-pin connector. When the Acer P6500 connected via USB to a computer, the projector was recognized by the system as a standard HID device, but pressing the remote-control buttons did not emulate any mouse clicks or keyboard keys.


Menu & Localization

The design of the menu is recognizable. The menu uses an even sans-serif font, but the size of the letters is small, which reduces readability. Navigation is convenient. When adjusting the image parameters, the menu remains on the screen, which makes it somewhat difficult to evaluate the changes. However, the remote control buttons directly call up some settings displayed in a small window.


Image Adjustment & Projection Control

The Slope parameter is the adjustment of the red-green balance. The Acer P6500 has seven preset modes with fixed image settings and one user mode. The projector also automatically remembers some image settings for each type of connection. Lamp brightness and ventilation noise can reduce by turning on Eco mode.

Except for standard and with precise names, here is list the following settings: Wall Color (select the color of the projected surface to compensate for color changes), Degamma (select gamma correction profile), Vivid color (enable Brilliant Color mode), Dynamic black (dynamic brightness adjustment) and color balance adjustment for six colors and skin tones ( Color Management ).

The image focused on the screen by rotating the ribbed ring on the lens, and the image resized using the lever on the glass. The embarrassing thing is that when you adjust the projection size, the focus goes astray and vice versa. The place of the lens relative to the matrix configured so that the lower edge of the image is above the axis of the lens.


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