So now I use a 120″ Motorized Screen. Her is a glimpse taken next to my 23inch computer monitor.
LED projectors mainly from USA or China have many accessories, such as SDcard slot, USB, and even wi-fi built-in. Unfortunately, the one I tested ended up going back after 2 weeks due to not being airtight got dust inside affecting the picture.
So I found out that there was a projector manufacturer just down the road. Even though it was almost double the price of the 1280 x 800 and not LED but DLP and also lacked USB and SDcard.
Quite a lot to miss out on, but one thing it had was a FULL 1080p 3D picture, plus more silent fan.
Bring movies and games to life with the HD131Xe Full HD 1080p 3D up to a 300″ projector.
The DLP projector is almost double the price of a budget projector. But still under £500 for which you can get about a 96-inch Video Picture in a 3.5meter wide room.
This model is really quiet and not intrusive. Using it a few hours a day, the bulb should last about 3 years, unlike the LED which has a much longer life.
I went for this model as I wanted it was quieter than many others out there.
It has 2 HDMI connections. Rather than unplugging the cables from my TV and putting it into the projector, I unplug the from the Blu-ray or sky device and use the spare cable that I leave in the projector.
Only drawbacks compared to my previous projector imported from the USA/China. is that it has no USB connection. Also, the screen picture was bigger at close range. No digital sound output but does have a built-in speaker and 3.5mm output.
- Display Technology DLP
- Native Resolution 1080p 1920 x 1080 Full HD Contrast 18,000:1
- Brightness1 2500 ANSI Lumens
- Displayable Colours 1073.4 Million
- Lamp Type 190W
- Lamp Life 6000
- Built-in Audio Speaker 10W
- Noise Level (Eco mode) 26dB
- I/O Connectors 2 x HDMI v1.4a 3D, VGA (RGB/YPbPr), Composite Video, 2 x Audio In 3.5mm, Audio Out 3.5mm, RS232, 3D-Sync