How bad are these?

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  1. Forestred

    Forestred
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    This can be found on www.boysstuff.co.uk and I was wondering just how bad they are (bearing in mind that it costs £300), are they good enough for after pub large screen gaming on a budget? Has anyone bought one? Are you happy with it?

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    Specs:

    Power input – DC12V 5A
    Luminous flux – 200~300IM
    Brightness uniformity – 75%
    Definition – 480*234
    Projective dimension – 12~80in
    Projective distance – 0.6~5m
    Best projective dimension – 48in
    Working environment – 0~+50°
    Continuous working time – 8H
    Life of light – 1000H
    Sound - <30db

    Cheers for any info

    Regards

    FR :)
     
  2. azzo

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    Although I have not seen them 'Definition – 480*234 '
    can only be bad. PAL is 848x525 (or something like that)
    so you are getting a quarter of the normal resolution.
    You could get yourself a 2nd hand 'proper' projector for +- the 400 mark.
    Azzo.
     
  3. harrisuk

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    Mmmm. Look at the connections. Looks like composite and svideo only. I agree totaly save your cash. I have seen the panny ae100 go in the classifieds for £250 or less. Great projector for the money and not even on the same planet as the one you have mentioned.
     

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