The BenQ MW535A has an exhaust fan mounted within the left side of the projector (when facing it from the front), and runs on the louder side as far as projector fans go, at least when running in Normal brightness mode. That’s understandable, because the exhaust measures in at 121 degrees Fahrenheit; we don’t usually measure exhaust temperature but after sitting on this side of the projector I became uncomfortable in the heat, and got a little curious. I wouldn’t call the fan noise distracting, except in the High Altitude mode, but it doesn’t make attempting to utilize the internal speaker any easier.
This concludes our assessment of the BenQ MW535A WXGA Business and Education projector. Next is our final page, where we summarize this review and list what we believe to be the pros and cons of this unit. We’ll see you there!
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