LED HD Projector For Game Consoles, TV, DVD, PC, Laptop, Media Player Home Cinema

February 19, 2014 - Comment

Item Works With: Any games consoles such as Xbox, Xbox 360, PC HDMI/VGA, PS3 HDMI, DVD Players, Media Player, Bluray Players, Freeview Box, Freeview HD, Sky HD, Virgin and USD/SD Card Etc ALL NEW AND UPDATED WITH HDMI PORT! NO.1 BUDGET PROJECTOR FOR HOME CINEMA AND GAMING!! This is a LED projector with 20,000 to

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Item Works With: Any games consoles such as Xbox, Xbox 360, PC HDMI/VGA, PS3 HDMI, DVD Players, Media Player, Bluray Players, Freeview Box, Freeview HD, Sky HD, Virgin and USD/SD Card Etc

ALL NEW AND UPDATED WITH HDMI PORT! NO.1 BUDGET PROJECTOR FOR HOME CINEMA AND GAMING!!
This is a LED projector with 20,000 to 30,000hrs of bulb life in total. This allows you to save money in the long term from not having to replace any projector lamps. You can use this projector with many different gadgets available now-a-days. Although it is not a Full HD projector, it has some good inputs and HD capabilities. Most people buy this projector for gaming, home cinema and entertainment purpose. This projector has a USB connection port. You can watch movies or browse file directly It also has HDMI and VGA for PC and high def movies and games.

Resolution: 800 x 600 native, 720p and 1080p compatible

Brightness: 2,200 Lumens

Contrast Ratio: 3000:1

Aspect Ratio: 4:3 or 16:9 (depending on the source)

Picture Size: 30″ – 150″

Zooming: Done by distance

Fan Noise: Standard (average)

Product Features

  • Purpose: Use this projector for home entertainment such as game consoles and home cinema purpose
  • Bulb Life: Between 20,000 to 30,000 hours Language: English/Spanish/French/German/Russian/Portuguese/Italian/Chinese
  • Compatible Devices: Connect this projector to a PC, DVD Player, Freeview; Game Consoles: Use this projector with any kind of game consoles that are available these days such as Play Station and of any generation, Nintendo , PSP and any similar consoles
  • Connection Input: Connect via VGA, AV, Components, HDMI & USD Connection Output: Audio Out Zooming: Manual Zooming Plus Built In Digital Zooming
  • HDTV Format: This projector projects any kind of HD or non HD signals such as 1080p and 1080i, 720p, 576p, 480p and 480i Projection Size: Between 30″ to 150″; It is recommended to keep it up to 120″ as the picture quality stays standard up to 120″ Keystone Correction: Built in keystone key to correct image size of top and bottom Image Flip: Right/Left/Up/Down Speakers: It has built in double speakers Ceiling Mountable: Yes Power Consumption: About 110w Weight: It has gross weight of 7.5kg, but the net weight is less than 5kg Power Supply: AC is set according to your country power plugs

Comments

Mr. Peter Craig "Audio Fanatic" says:

A sense of proportion This is a genuine company based in unit 80, Woodside Business Park near Woodside Ferry terminal and Hamilton Square station, Birkenhead. The staff are very pleasant and curteous.The usb connection will play almost any format thrown at it except for flv and ogm files and will also play most audio formats – I haven’t tried dts but it doesn’t appear to be compatible according to the instruction book, which is a strange mix of badly worded, chinese transcribed, english with odd pages written in proper english. There is also a mix of metric and imperial distances regarding distance to screen and corresponding size of image. IBIS tell me these figures are incorrect. They’re certainly contradictory.Unfortunately usb video is set to 4:3 and cannot be changed so don’t expect a 16:9 video to retain its shape. Subtitles default to on with no means to turn them off. There is no option to select a particular audio track. For my use the limitations render the player…

Keri B says:

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