The Dell Advanced Projector P519HL has a rated fan noise of 36db at full power, 32db in ECO Mode. That’s pretty typical of business and education projectors. Standing right next to the unit while taking my photos for this review, I barely noticed the fan noise. It’s one of those sounds that fades into the background the longer you’re exposed to it. Think of it as being as quiet as the gentle hum of a fully-functioning air conditioner.
Speaking of air conditioners, if you’ve got one going in the room, you’re unlikely to hear the sound of the projector at all. Add to that the fact that this Dell will likely be ceiling mounted, I don’t think you’ll have to worry about it distracting from presentations. With sound on, such as when viewing a documentary or other video, fan noise isn’t a sound you’ll hear. Its ECO Mode fan noise is barely any quieter than at full power, so no need to switch to ECO in an attempt to quiet the fan.
That does it for our review of the Dell Advanced Projector P519HL! On the next page, I summarize everything we talked about in the review, and give my take on the pros and cons to the P519HL. See you on the last page!
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