InFocus Play Big IN1 DLP Projector, £149.98 @ ebuyer
InFocus Play Big IN1 DLP Projector, £149.98 @ ebuyer

InFocus Play Big IN1 DLP Projector, £149.98 @ ebuyer

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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.

Live the Game
How about a life-sized bowling alley, tennis court or 8-v-8 battle arena? Just plug your Wii or Xbox into the IN1 and blow up the gaming experience to well over 8 feet, accompanied by the thumping audio you need to immerse yourself in the action. All this performance lives in an awesome projector and dock combination with nothing else to plug-in, swap around or fuss with to stop you from world domination. Featuring component video input, your games will be crystal-clear, easier to navigate and track down your on-screen enemies.

Device Type: DLP Projector
Built-in Devices: Stereo speakers
Dimensions (WxDxH): 33.9 cm x 26.4 cm x 21.6 cm
Weight: 4.5 kg
Image Brightness: 500 ANSI lumens
Image Contrast Ratio: 1500:1
Resolution: 640 x 480
Native Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Bulb type: UHP 132 Watt
Bulb life cycle: 1000 hour(s)
Video Input: S-Video, composite video, component video ( NTSC, SECAM, PAL )
Digital Television Video Formats: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i, 576i, 576p
Audio Output Speaker(s): - integrated
Sound Output Mode Stereo: 7 Watt
Power: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Power Consumption Operational: 260 Watt
Manufacturer Warranty: 12 months warranty

Note this also has a 6 speed colour wheel.


Original Poster

Before anybody starts I didnt put this on here for home cinema use but for people who dont have a huge tv (or the wife wont let you!). Its just for people who want to get it out for an evening on the wii or the lads round for the football.

Remember its only £160!

I voted it hot as I think it's a good deal for what you are suggesting, but you know what some of the lurkers are like on here, they vote it cold without even looking at the thread properly

Frankly speaking ]this deal is faaaaar better than the one above.

the bad about this projector

Image Brightness: 500 ANSI lumens ( you need avery dark room for this)
Resolution: 640 x 480
Bulb life cycle: 1000 hour(s)

everything is too low.

and yes the other one is only £199

Admittedly, the Benq projector is pretty much better in every respect, except running costs.

The bulbs for this unit cost around £55, here:


I'd vote hot on the deal.....but.....

U can get it for £149.99 at ebuyer here, so it saves you £15.


So...voted warm in principle since it's a cheap projector - suitable for a child's room, and it's probably fairly usable. And it looks quite cool. But only voted hot since I think the unit is good. Your price was not so.
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