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Infocus Gaming Projector Play Big IN1 £122.48

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
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This is it - The InFocus Play Big IN1 - a home entertainment projector with integrated high-output stereo speakers for gaming and video projection!

Acoustically engineered to mimic the compact performance of high end car audio systems, and featuring DLP® chipset technology the IN1 supports full screen and widescreen video with rich contrast and beautiful colors. Every gaming system you own, movie and TV show can now be projected to huge proportions in amazing clarity with wall-shaking sound. Think of the IN1 like a hi-fi sandwich of home theater components you can take to another room, outside, to a neighbors house or on a road trip. You cant pack a plasma TV in your car, but the IN1 will give you an impressive 100+ image anywhere.
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#1
The InFocus IN1 Gaming Projector has got to be the ultimate for gamers. It boasts that it can turn your normal gaming experience into an entirely new reality as it projects a 640 x 480 screen in a one hundred inch diagonal. According to the specs, it's maximum is 210 inches. Not only is the vision good, but the speakers are also very kicking with their dynamic sound.

The InFocus IN1 Gaming Projector is so targeted for gamers that it comes with Wii and Xbox cables. It can also do television or DVDs if you want.

Other specs include a contrast ratio of 1500:1 and a brightness of 500 Max ANSI lumens (Dont let that put you off, its plenty for average size room at home). It is capable of SDTV, EDTV, HDTV, NTSC, PAL, and SECAM. It is powered by DLP Texas Instruments Technology.
#2
640x480 would be very poor i'm afraid
#3
DOA Period: 1 days

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#4
bazzaric
640x480 would be very poor i'm afraid


Its got a 3 year warranty, but to be fair it is only £130 quid :p
#5
640x480 maybe not bad for the wii, but I wouldnt use a HD gaming system on it.
#6
this thing looks like a prop from Red Dwarf or something :p
#7
#8
Mecoconuts


Cheers, updated title.
#9
I also see it has a mirror option so you can project it onto your roof :)
#10
MarreZ
Cheers, updated title.


Wouldn't have bothered...

90 days warranty
#11
90 days warranty with insight
#12
Darthballs;2481807
90 days warranty with insight


This is likely to be the warranty on the lamp with the main unit having 1 year I would have thought. This length of warrranty is pretty standard for projector lamps.
#13
this was on shopping channel the other day, pic looked great in fact some years back i bought a Sony DLP for £900 and this was in par. However the bulbs for this are only £45.
Its cheapo and cheerful and a good buy, perfect for the kids or if you are not extremely fussy.
I would get one and I am a bit fussy on PQ. BTW the base comes off as that is the sub speaker.

Oh all outlets state the main unit and lamp is 90 day warranty.
#14
The shopping channel was Ideal World and it was the 4 day weekend deal. From memory it was around £145 + del.
#15
Low res and having loud speakers in the projector is just going to shake the bulb to death.
#16
good price...........

how much are replacement bulbs????

ebay sell projectors for 200 odd but replacement bulbs only 5 each!
#17
Just been having a look at this with the help of google.. (pop the details in and several reviews of it on the first page :) )
Does seem to be a basic set up, and the technofiles dont seem to like it much, but for the price it does offer that added WOW factor for gaming etc, and I am alos considering it for use in teaching with my laptop :) It's not HD or does it try to... basically the same picture as you would have had on an old analogue TV - but the aim is to provide a 'big screen' experience, not a high definitiion one... to get the best of both worlds you could easily pay 50 times this price and up!
Also found that DELL are selling this for £119.20 with free delivery :)

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=A1707331&dgc=SS&cid=5186&lid=121454

Hope the link works... still a newbie here ;)
#18
tango42
Just been having a look at this with the help of google.. (pop the details in and several reviews of it on the first page :) )
Does seem to be a basic set up, and the technofiles dont seem to like it much, but for the price it does offer that added WOW factor for gaming etc, and I am alos considering it for use in teaching with my laptop :) It's not HD or does it try to... basically the same picture as you would have had on an old analogue TV - but the aim is to provide a 'big screen' experience, not a high definitiion one... to get the best of both worlds you could easily pay 50 times this price and up!
Also found that DELL are selling this for £119.20 with free delivery :)

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=A1707331&dgc=SS&cid=5186&lid=121454

Hope the link works... still a newbie here ;)



Use this voucher to get the dell price down to £107.29 delivered & quidco too.

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