Stay away jus got it today REALLY HARD to focus I waited 2 weeks for what? Frustration spend the extra 100$ and buy a nicer one You get what you paid for
Date Added: 06/16/2013 by Holliday
Got this for back yard theatering and it fits the deal. Great entry level projector. I have noticed some screen door effect but not when we sit back next or behind projector. Also for the UGA adapter so I could stream Netflix works perfect. I love to use our old VCR and watch classic movies also pick them up at garage sales cheap. What I love most about it is that it projects a more square picture and fills my tripod projector screen fully 8x8 feet for 119.00 on newegg.com.
Also picked up a Sony home theatre system at a garage sale for 10 buck and it has a subwoofer that rocks the house. Had 2 showings this week. Uncle buck and ferris Bueller's day off.
Ear muffs kids!!!
Date Added: 03/23/2013 by Lou
By far the worst experience I have ever had purchasing something. They first send me the projector and the lens is stuck. spend an additional $45 to ship it back. 3 weeks later I get a new one with the bulb shattered inside. put in the replacement bulb and it powers on for 5 mins then turns off. another shipping fee and 3 weeks. It finally runs until last month when the warranty ran out. then they told me nicely "your fuct!" so my advice is to stay away from this website and these products!
Date Added: 03/22/2013 by Kameron Jenkins
Cheaply Made. Speakers have nice sound. Decent overall picture(You can see pixel lines) Projector overall isn't that noisy. Decent lamp life. DOES NOT SUPPORT BLU-RAY/MOVIES!!
Date Added: 12/30/2012 by Buster
Not a very good projector. extremely noisy, grainy picture and washed out colors.
Spend an extra $150 and buy a cheap Epson or BenQ.
Date Added: 11/26/2012 by Matthew
My initial impression when I received the projector is it is cheaply made. Purchased on behalf of a friend, a unbiased review. This projector is not as bright as advertised. The edges are bury when the center is focused. A VGA resolution of 1680 x 1050 will result in horizontal lines in the image, works with lower resolutions, such as 1024 x 768, or possibly 1280 x 720 to maintain 16x9 aspect ratio (not tested). Keystone correction is done by adjusting a knob that moves the internal light path, feels cheap but it works well compared to digital keystone on other projectors. Focus ring is not smooth at all, but not an issue. Speaker is loud. Total paid was $250, projector was listed at $152, plus an HDMI cable and light bulb, shipping, and customs.