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**Disclaimer I received this item at a reduced price in return for my honest review**
Please watch the short video too see an example. I set this up in my kitchen (being the biggest room in the house with a projectable surface. I set up the projector just over 13 foot away from my magnolia (not even white) wall and it gave me a display size of 105 inches from corner to corner and the image quality was superb. I have paid good money in the past to go to the cinema and it not be as clear as this projector. It boasts 2600 lumens of light and an image quality of 800 x 480. It also comes complete with a VGA cable for connecting a pc, a 1.2 meter HDMI cable, power cable and remote control (although sadly mine was in Chinese)
The navigation is straight forward and we had it up and running from a flash drive in no time at all. the in built speaker is good enough to watch a film on if your not sat too far away from the unit but realistically your going to want to connect a set of speakers or a soundbar. There is an output on the back (red and white) for stereo output. There is inputs for 2 x usb and 2 x hdmi as well as vga and rgb connections as well. Keystone correction is done via rather large and tactile dial on the rear of the unit and focusing is manual by moving the the lens housing switch, there is also a lens cap provided and full instruction manual.
Available in black or white
This is an excellent budget projector (especially give the size) and for the price tag you really can't go wrong at all, as a comparison the biggest tv available in Argos right now is 55" and they price between £399 and £2499
This gives you a screen size of up to 120" for less than half the price of the cheapest 55"
as the Americans say "you do the math"
Home cinema just became an absolute reality at a very palatable price indeed.
The Big Match
and for me personally
Go BIG...........and stay home!