As far as sharable gadgets go, there's nothing like a good projector for bringing loved ones together , y'know? One thing that's been stopping many people from getting one is their relatively high price tag -- they typically start around a grand or two , compared to some of those hot budget LCD HDTVs floating around. What's the secret? The company is taking pre-orders on its website -- so hurry up and open up your wallets now, because remember, you heard it here first: inexpensive projectors are the new, um, cheap LCD TVs. Buyer's Guide.
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Remember Me? Results 1 to 17 of Thread: LumenLab projector! Thread Tools Show Printable Version. LumenLab projector! Hey guys! O Gawd tha'd be ugly. FX 4. Originally Posted by Shell. It didnt say how many ANSI. If you like to game at x It's a good projector for the price.
You don't need a p projector for 60" plus, and those are very cost prohibitive. My projector is " x and it looks just fine on my screen. As for ANSI lumens, they're like fan decibel ratings from manufacturers.
Business projectors need to be brighter for a lighted office environment. For home theatres you do NOT want a light cannon, there is a reason why a movie theatre is dark. Originally Posted by Maviryk. You could, but the LL projector already has all the input capabilities. PS3 won't look good on it since it is not HD. My projector is made from one of LL's homebrew "pro" kits. As you can see by the native resolution of x, the max it can display is regular widescreen DVD format. Anyone else??? You could always turn around and resell it if you dont like it.
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New Lumenlab 1000 lumens projector on the cheap
There's a sage saying that says you get what you pay for. And, for the most part, that's true. Every so often you get just a little more than maybe you bargained for and that's better. After two weeks of testing the Lumen Lab eVo projector, I'm quite happy to be able to recommend this unit at its current price point. Lumenlab claims you can kill your TV with this projector.