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1080P Projector.XINDA HD True Native 1920X 1080P Video Projector $169.99

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1080P Projector.XINDA HD True Native 1920X 1080P Video Projector for 210"Display,3500 Lumens and 60,000 Hours Projector,Home Cinema Theater Support Smartphones Blu-ray DVD Laptaps Amazon Fire TV Stick

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Last time $144, this time $170. Seller keeps changing promo to generate buzz.

Would be a great deal if quality were up to its specs.
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Is this really native 1920x1080? Not an upscale?
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Earlier it was $144. That coupon code not working. Is it really 1920x1080. If yes I want one
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Bought one and it's awful. I don't think it's true 1080P and the color is much worse than some of the 720P Projectors. Also it's super loud! I returned it after used for a week.
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White van scam?
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Fark off OP
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It is showing 199 now
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SD really needs to ban these paid promoters 😡
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Lol. From the review.
The worst problem, which makes your whole setup suck: you CANNOT mute the built in speakers without muting the entire setup. If you plug the source in through hdmi, there is only ONE audio out (3.5 mm audio jack, same port as most cell phones and MP3 players). If you use this output, you cannot mute the built in speakers without muting the whole thing. Turning the volume down turns down the output as well as the speakers. If the built in speakers are on whatsoever, there is an audible delay between your surround system and the built in speakers, causing an "echo" that cannot be turned down. For this single reason, this projector is unusable, and I will be sending it back. It's the most frustrating (and easiest to program out) problem that I have ever experienced in a display. Maybe you can tolerate this, and in loud rooms you may not even hear the built in one, but my setup has the projector 6 feet above my couch and it ruins every movie.
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Is this really native 1920x1080? Not an upscale?
It seem to be but reviews show tons of compromises. Maybe bad firmware. Seem like a very new product.
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Projector, CiBest Video Projector... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07F3JX...pop_ma_swf

Try this one. I recently bought one and super happy with it. Was debating to between CiBest, XINDA and DR.J.
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Projector, CiBest Video Projector... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07F3JX...pop_ma_swf

Try this one. I recently bought one and super happy with it. Was debating to between CiBest, XINDA and DR.J.
800 x 480p resolution. Pass.
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Lol. From the review.
The worst problem, which makes your whole setup suck: you CANNOT mute the built in speakers without muting the entire setup. If you plug the source in through hdmi, there is only ONE audio out (3.5 mm audio jack, same port as most cell phones and MP3 players). If you use this output, you cannot mute the built in speakers without muting the whole thing. Turning the volume down turns down the output as well as the speakers. If the built in speakers are on whatsoever, there is an audible delay between your surround system and the built in speakers, causing an "echo" that cannot be turned down. For this single reason, this projector is unusable, and I will be sending it back. It's the most frustrating (and easiest to program out) problem that I have ever experienced in a display. Maybe you can tolerate this, and in loud rooms you may not even hear the built in one, but my setup has the projector 6 feet above my couch and it ruins every movie.
I brought this and testing this issue out, not it doesnt happen, projector mutes its speakers when a aux is connected. The other problem with projector though is it misses bluetooth speaker connectivity. Every projector should have bluetooth because inbuilt speakers are never enough
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I brought this and testing this issue out, not it doesnt happen, projector mutes its speakers when a aux is connected. The other problem with projector though is it misses bluetooth speaker connectivity. Every projector should have bluetooth because inbuilt speakers are never enough
I feel like these are gen 1 of these cheap 1080p projector. I will wait a bit more before these guys sorts out the firmware.
Also, some reviews mentioned lack of zoom. That would be a deal breaker for a lot of people if that's true.
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