LG ultra short throw projector Pf1000u reduced to £699.99 from default price of £899 Amazon
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LG ultra short throw projector Pf1000u reduced to £699.99 from default price of £899 Amazon

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Found 22nd Nov 2016
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LG Ultra short Throw projector delivers vivid imagery within an short distance of the projection surface. Set it just 5 inches away to get 60 inches of bright, vivid viewing, or go further to get images up to 100 inches. Special Features: DTV Tuner Built-in (DVB-T2); 3D Capable (no need extra 3D program); Wireless Mirroring (with Miracast and WiDi supported device); Bluetooth sound out (Video and Audio Sync Controllable); 3 W + 3 W Stereo Built-in Speakers; Silence (21 to 30 dB); Multimedia thru USB (HD DivX movie, music, picture); Office File thru USB; Energy Saving Stand-by-Power 0.5 W; Plug and Play (RGB, HDMI); Auto Source Detection; 4 Corner Keystone Correction; Quick On/Off; Expert Control / Black Level Control. Projection System: Full HD (1920 x 1080); LED DLP (Up to 30,000 hours); Up to 1000 Lumen; 150,000:1 Contrast Ratio; UST Projection Size Up to 100 inch (80 inch at 51cm); Offset 125%. Input/Output Terminals: 1 x RF in (DTV DVB-T2); 2 x HDMI (1 MHL); 1 x RGB In / 1 x Component(RGB to gender); 1 x Composite(Phone to gender); 1 x USB 1 x Audio out.This model does come with a TV tuner.

please note this is EU version, so don't have the ethernet and smart TV features. but very good price.

13 Comments

So tempted by this missed it last time. Anybody actually own one here can they give there opinion on it? Heard good and bad reviews.

Surely if you put it 5 inches away to get 60" view it would be in the way ?

Techmoan on YouTube got a review of this projector but he has ordered his from South Korea.

I would also recommend the Techmoan review.

had one from amazon, it went back the picture focus and the way the image didn't lay flat across - image quality was good but too much compromise for me though I love the idea.

From what I can see you need a perfectly flat surface for this to work well, 2 different screens I use didn't work for it along with a wall. also tried weighting the screen to pull it more flat which didn't work.

Saw the techmoan review ages ago and have lusted after one of these ever since. So tempted at the price but as someone mentioned, the non-eu version seems to be the better model. Torn. Hmpff.

daanuk

Saw the techmoan review ages ago and have lusted after one of these ever … Saw the techmoan review ages ago and have lusted after one of these ever since. So tempted at the price but as someone mentioned, the non-eu version seems to be the better model. Torn. Hmpff.



Same here I've decided it's not worth it with the problems so gunna go with the lg450ug it's only 720p but think it's the better option at £460

Darzen

Surely if you put it 5 inches away to get 60" view it would be in the way … Surely if you put it 5 inches away to get 60" view it would be in the way ?


You could strap it to your head, in which case it would be in the way. It doesn't if you use it normally.

I'm tempted but it's only 1000 lumens, wouldn't be very good in a light room

Darzen

Surely if you put it 5 inches away to get 60" view it would be in the way … Surely if you put it 5 inches away to get 60" view it would be in the way ?


You can put it by the ceiling, so the picture is below it; or on a low shelf, so the picture is above.

Bought this recently for the bedroom, absolutely love it. I wouldnt get one for the lounge as it isnt bright enough. The fan is a bit annoying on the brightest setting but the medium and low settings its very quiet or inaudible. Speakers on it are terrible(my phone sounds better) so you will need some externals

Friends in Italy in c3.5m ceiling'd apartment got one of these this year. They project onto a very tall/wide/flat white painted wall ie has a projection space on a far grander scale than my & other UK friends/relatives homes could ever achieve!
In daylight it's a little 'dim' but usable; evenings with lights off it's jolly impressive providing something like a 100" image [which they tell me is greater than specs provide for]. It's also very good with 3D, although very little material to feed it with for that!
Obviously it's only FullHD, so the larger image you project [ie further you move the projector out] the grainier/dimmer it becomes; and as been mentioned its fan isn't silent, though I only tend to notice its noise at the end of a movie etc when stop/eject has been pressed.
Personally waiting for 65+ 4K OLED at reasonable price.
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