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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Mmmm, not sure. How big is your telly?
#2
kyalion
Mmmm, not sure. How big is your telly?


???? It's a projector you don't need a telly do you?
#3
upto 210" for £150 with built in speakers and 720p, I'd say it's a bargain
#4
greg_68
???? It's a projector you don't need a telly do you?


No, what I meant was is it going to be better than a decent 42" or similar?
#5
how long will the bulb last and how much to replace?
#6
It's cheap, but look at the specs -

Video Compatibility: Full NTSC, PAL, SECAM, 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i
Color Wheel (DLP Only): 6-segment, 6x
Native Resolution: VGA


640*480 on a 250" display will make each pixel about 1cm squared. Not good for a small room. For comparison's sake, this photo below is of 640x480 res. Try saving that to your desktop, opening it up, and zooming in until each individual pixel of the image (they'll be blurred, but still recognisable) is about 1cm square. Then step back until you're about as far from the monitor as you'd be from your wall. If you can tolerate it, buy the projector, if not, spend more and buy soemthing better.

http://www.rock36photography.com/images/backgrounds/eagle_640_480.jpg
#7
also, no hdmi input?
#8
ctuk
upto 210" for £150 with built in speakers and 720p, I'd say it's a bargain


It's only 640 x 480 isn't it?

Personally I'd spend a little more on a decent projector.
#9
This would be brilliant if the Lumens were larger...

I'm looking for a projector for my garden...

Low lumens means you have to have a dark room for a good picture...

The higher the lumens the lighter the room can be with a good picture...
#10
It's been here before, but from, a different retailer:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/180456/infocus-play-big-in1-gaming-project/

lamps $99 (~£50) from the USA

http://www.visualapex.com/accessories/accessorypopup.asp?AccessoryInfo=SP-LAMP-30

Don't know about brit lamp prices tho'. I bet it's the old $1 = £1 ripoff!.

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