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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Buy, 5 May 2011
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This review is from: KitMaster®HD Ready Projector For Game Consoles, TV, Blu Ray, DVD, PC, Laptop, Digi Box, Sky, Virgin, Media Player upto 120" Screen Size and Excellent + KitMaster® Hdmi Cable And Cleaning Cloth (Electronics)
Basically, I was doubious, the reviews are very mixed on this product, but! I ordered it anyway, and even on a DIY projection screen the image was very clear and sharp, with good colour, the speakers were slightly tinny, but only on deep base notes, as a starter my housemates and I watched Return of the Jedi, it was crystal clear and the sound was perfect throughout, the fans are loud, but unless your trying to watch something on low volume the intergrated speakers cover any fan noise. Overall a great product at a great price. if you just want something for presentations or to relax and watch a film/tv with your family/friends/alone. its great. Also the HD is quite good to say this is an LCD projector.
Ordered Friday, was a bank holiday friday and monday, but order was confirmed on tuesday, arrived this morning (wed) excelent services, highly recommended seller
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Initial post: 28 Jun 2011 15:17:53 BDT
Last edited by the author on 28 Jun 2011 15:19:04 BDT
Ag Cummings says:
Hi jack,

Great review by the way, but would you again confirm that is this projector suitable for giving presentations and how large will the projection go??

thx mate ;)

In reply to an earlier post on 25 Apr 2014 09:20:29 BDT
Last edited by the author on 25 Apr 2014 09:27:03 BDT
Malcolm M says:
It's resolution is 640x480, it's basically originally designed for the American NTSC standard definition market and it is NOT high definition, very dubious review to state it is.

Spend £300 more and you can buy something like an Optoma H131Xe which is true 1080p high definition and perfect for gaming and movies, i think people need to read more about technology and understand what they are buying, the projector reviewed here will downscale ( badly ) your high definition images and present them in the native 640x480 resolution, in layman's terms this is equivalent to NTSC and is actually lower definition than PAL UK standard definition.

Why spend money on inferior outdated technology, use your credit card, spread the cost and pay a little more and be truly impressed by what a half decent projector can do.
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