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Wouldn't it be great to be able to create the cinema experience in ordinary living rooms? Of course, it would, and that's where projectors can revolutionise home entertainment. Suitable for widescreen gaming, watching sports or TV box sets, these devices go head to head with TVs and have plenty of strengths. All of the best compact and premium models can be found for less at the hotukdeals projector listings. Read more
Optoma S334e SVGA DLP 3D Projector 3800 Lumens Black £199.99 @ Electrical Deals
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Details SVGA 800x600 Resolution22000:1 Contrast Ratio2.16:1 Throw Ratio1.1x Zoom Project bright vibrant presentations effortlessly any time of day. Designed for meeting rooms and classroo…
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There was HD VHS as as well:


I don't think the lens can be replaced easily, and I don't think there is any sort of filter thread. I guess you could find a way to mount an anamorphiuc lens but I suspect the cost of doing so, and buying the lens, would make it cheaper to buy a higher resolution projector. Are there cheap anamorphic lenses available? Not sure when SVGA was exactly,,but you could get expensive monitors that displayed 1600*1200 in the mid to late 80's


SVGA (Super VGA) I remember when this was the latest tech - late 80s.


any cheap anamorphic lens addons for this? You could solve vertical resolution issue that way


This will deffo give a better picture than those cheap Chinese fullHD models. At least you'll be able to get the whole image in focus, and it will be brighter. Perhaps, the resolution is a bit low (especially given vertical resolution that will lost when viewing 16:9 video). Young kids will love it for cartoons though.

ASUS H1 LED projector- Full HD (1920 x 1080) £503.20 @ Amazon
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Excellent price for this projector its over £1000 on Asus store, Currys & Ebuyer. ASUS H1 - DLP Projector - 3D With 3000-lumen light output and 125% Rec. 709 and sRGB wide color gamut,A…
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I pulled that from the user manual of ASUS H1 LED projector


Your welcome mate enjoy (cheeky) ️


This does not have 3d


It has 3D managed to purchase one about an hour ago for £500 to be delivered tomorrow, thanks (y)


Question: Is it a 3D projector? Answer: No its not and unlikely to be for the price By Dr. Karen E. Lawrence on 12 October 2019

Anker NEBULA Cosmos Max 4K UHD TV Home Theater/Entertainment Projector £1199.99 with voucher Sold by AnkerDirect UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
I have had this on my watchlist and have just seen there is a £200 voucher now - so currently £1199 - Reviews look pretty good. Please select the voucher on the amazon page to get the discou…

I'd rather have inky blacks


I think a 180" screen compensates :D


You know what I mean, no thank you to washed out blacks. even then it won't compete


Purchased back in Nov. 2021 and happy with it - sometimes drops the wifi, but apart from that no issues


Then you should search for reviews or did you send one back? (nerd) You'd need to spend over £5000 to get that kind of quality

Optoma HD146X Projector 1080P - £399 @ Peter Tyson
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Great price for a 1080p Projector. Info added by @Sashecuador HD146X Big Screen Entertainment The Full HD 1080p HD146X projector is ideal for watching live sport, TV shows or movies any…
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With my 141x from 2016 I've got 10000 hours on the original bulb. Takes a few goes to turn on now, should treat it to a new bulb!


Why not though? We have 4k TVs at this price, even up to 65", admittedly more towards the budget end but possible, at least in sales, to get a perfectly decent 4k 65" TV for around £400, yet a sub £500 4k projector simply doesn't exist (short of getting lucky with a misprice or possibly very good used deal). It really sucks IMHO that if you don't have a grand to spend (or pretty close to it) you are basically limited to a 1080p projector....


I’ve been looking as these, concerning to hear of the issues some are experiencing though.


I have this and it is fantastic, I paid £429 in May 2021


Bought one of these when on offer on amazon in 2018 for the use screening World Cup games on a big screen (£349 I believe it was at the time). It's a good projector for the money, (quieter and brighter than a cheap LED one it replaced). I only use it very occasionally - usually for big sporting events or the odd film. So I was disappointed the bulb had failed last year, after not a great number of hours use. Cant complain for the money though.

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LG HU85LS 4K UHD Laser Smart Home Theater CineBeam Projector, White - £2,999 @ Amazon
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
LG HU85LS 4K UHD Laser Smart Home Theater CineBeam Projector, White £2999 @ Amazon Same price at RicherSounds Product details Hardware interface USB, Ethernet, HDMI Mounting type Floor M…

What with the inflation in general I can’t see these coming down much. As people tighten their belts the volumes are only going to go down, which is the main problem with all projectors, very low unit sales per model released compared to TVs


Looks likea mattress


I with these USTs would come down in price. I would love to have one but I'm not willing to spend anymore than a grand 🙈


Does this have 3D? Edit: Nope, it doesn't. Same price at AO and Curry's as well.


Samsung Freestyle projector + Free phone A52s 5G £999 @ Samsung
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Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
Claim a free Galaxy A52 5G, when you buy The Freestyle. You can also do finance. Check the website!
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He's absolutely right I wouldn't pay half that price for that Projector I've owned a few Pico projectors and this is definitely not worth that amount of money and that's the reason why your getting a free phone or should we say your paying for that phone