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Mega Game pro projector, whats it like

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by dave1de, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. dave1de

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    yes I know the reviews of this are terrible, but after searching the net I have not found any actual projected images.

    Does anyone own this, also are then any photos of the projection.

    Thanks

    Oh an is it cealing mountable with a cealing mount.
     
  2. hornydragon

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    well i would think the Epson TW10 is it at £550 ish best low end PJ for gaming these chaep £150 jobs dont have the spec, Res or brightness.....I wouldn't bother with one
     
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    Yeah i know that the game projectors are rubbish but I really wish to see a shot of the actual projected image.
     
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    can i ask why you wanna see a shot? prob with screen shots is they can make a pj look a million times better or a million times worse than it actually is so wont necessarily give you a good idea of what its really like.
     
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    Well I agree it wont be like actually seeing the real thing, but I just really wish to have some sort of idea what the pj image is like.
     
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    I have to admit, I was one of those people who bought one of these projectors last year on ebay £180. :oops:

    As I had no idea about res, lumes and contrast, I decided to buy one.

    Needless to say, I had relisted it on ebay 5 day's later. I even made £10 on it :thumbsup:

    Honestly, I wouldn't even recommend this PJ to stevie wonder, sorry stevie.

    Awful chickenwire, poor brightness, and even work for use on ps2.

    I wouldn't even waste a photo on this PJ.
     
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    I vote we add this to the sticky under the title of - it's rubbish don't bother. I always see it popping up occasionally.
     
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    Well, it is £180, it is no where near the price of the other projectors, and there do seemed to be mixed reviews on it.

    I have seen people say how good and rubbish it is.
     
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    You only have to look at the specs and compare with even the lowest cost home cinema projector to realise what a pile of complete pap these things are. An old s/h data projector would give superior results.
     

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