Home Theater Supports 1080P HD 5.8" LCD Projector HDMI/VGA/AV/USB/YPbPr/TV Input with Free HDMI & AV Cable £118.49 using code & FREE Delivery in the UK @ Sold by Gbargain UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Home Theater Supports 1080P HD 5.8" LCD Projector HDMI/VGA/AV/USB/YPbPr/TV Input with Free HDMI & AV Cable £118.49 using code & FREE Delivery in the UK @ Sold by Gbargain UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 8th Dec 2017
Home Theater Supports 1080P HD 5.8" LCD Projector HDMI/VGA/AV/USB/YPbPr/TV Input with Free HDMI & AV Cable.
Sold by Gbargain UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

Discount price: £118.49 with code: 8DEE6OAC ( Code is visible at listing).
Free Delivery in the UK.
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Resolution 1280x720 (Native)
Good native resolution but very dim. I bought a Chinese one for £50 which is 800 x 600 (perfectly adequate for my X-Files and Friends videos) and 1200 lumens
280 ansi means the room has to be pitch dark
Good deal and heated. Just wish there wasn't such a price bump to 1080p native models. I currently have a 800p tenker, that i think is probably similar to this in performance. I like it a lot but makes a lot of noise and struggles with reproducing some colours.

Would like to upgrade to true 1080p but the led models like the xgimi h1 are crazy expensive (£700-800). You can get older dlp type ones cheaper but then you have to worry about the lamp going after a few thousand hours. Really wish someone would make a true 1080p affordable led projector...
So what does "Native " resolution mean ?
Croft3605 m ago

So what does "Native " resolution mean ?


At most basic level its the resolution it is actually capable of showing i.e the most important part of the specifications! Projectors are often marketed in a imho extremely dodgy way where the most prominent figure is the resolutions they can accept, especially on the cheaper end like this, which is a meaningless specification, as the native resolution that directly impacts the quality of the image.

Should really be some kind of regulations where the only native resolution has to be shown in the specs rather than what resolution they can accept as it can be really misleading to people new to these.
Edited by: "ST3123" 8th Dec 2017
@ST3123 Thanks for the info ..Every day is a school day...
any good??
fame6 m ago

any good??


If you have a dark dark room and don’t mind watching at 720p/SD content
Bought. Thank you.
Bought this recently. I'd say it's more like 2800 lumens not 280 given how it looks in my house. Might be wrong but just my input. Also makes more sense.
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Croft3601 h, 35 m ago

So what does "Native " resolution mean ?


It means the resolution of the actual projector itself. A lot (like this one) will accept higher signals but they can only display them at the native resolution. So on this project and ones like it, a 1080P signal would actually be shown in 720p because it's native resolution is 1280x720
@daskapital Thanks...so if i was looking to display 1080P would i need to look for this "Native 1280x800p support 1080p Full HD"
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Croft3607 m ago

@daskapital Thanks...so if i was looking to display 1080P would i need to …@daskapital Thanks...so if i was looking to display 1080P would i need to look for this "Native 1280x800p support 1080p Full HD"


If you want a projector that will actually show 1080p "full HD" then you need a native resolution of 1920x1080. Cheers
rudey_982 h, 59 m ago

If you have a dark dark room and don’t mind watching at 720p/SD content


thanks
rudey_9815 h, 54 m ago

280 ansi means the room has to be pitch dark

It's a typo. Should be 2800 as per us site amazon.com/Pro…IES

Seems like a good price for a budget projector.Don't know why this is cold.
How good is the video if there is some ambient light?

Say, in a living room with a dimmable uplight in the corner at half brightness, or a kitchen with only the worktop spotlights turned on?

Can you still see the video clearly or will it be washed out?

Im thinking of getting one of these for a kitchen to save space.
a1231239th Dec

How good is the video if there is some ambient light?Say, in a living room …How good is the video if there is some ambient light?Say, in a living room with a dimmable uplight in the corner at half brightness, or a kitchen with only the worktop spotlights turned on?Can you still see the video clearly or will it be washed out?Im thinking of getting one of these for a kitchen to save space.


At night it's workable with a say a table lamp in the background. I'd say, with worktop spots it would be marginal.
The projector is pretty good for the money, however it's a bit picky about positioning - the keystone adjustment is rudimentary, so you need to have the projector just about level with the bottom of the screen. There is no horizontal adjustment, so if you can't line up with the center of the screen the image will not be rectangular. Focusing is out a little at the edges, but not a big problem for videos. Also check the dimensions, this is a big unit - fine for occasional use but a bit big for a permanent setup.

Worth checking Review Meta reviewmeta.com/ama…DXK
Edited by: "jsoap" 21st Dec 2017
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