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RCA 150" 1080P LED/LCD Portable Projector with speakers and 2 Hour Rechargeable Battery RPJ060 at $55

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Featuring a standard resolution of 480p and maximum resolution of 1080p, it projects your favorite movies and games with stunning visuals on a potential screen of up to 150". With 30,000-hour estimated lamp life, you can enjoy many years of big screen entertainment.
> Built-in rechargeable battery allows you to watch movies outside in your backyard without worrying about where to plug the projector in!
> Integrated 20W speaker reproduce rich, powerful audio for your movies, games, TV shows, and many more
> Approximate lamp life of 30,000 hours ensure durability, so you won't have to replace it for long period of time
> Remote control allows controlling the functions from your seat.
42 lumens of white brightness delivers brilliant display with precise image details of colors, brightness, and contrast levels
> 1080p maximum resolution and 480p standard resolution (800x480 native) supporting 16:9, 4:3 aspect ratios offer immersive picture quality with lifelike imagery
LCD display technology showcases your content on any flat surface featuring a potential screen size up to 150"
> Two HDMI ports allow you to connect your Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and other content streaming devices easily
> One composite AV input and 1 VGA port allow you to connect compatible display sources like TVs and computer monitors
> Throw ratio of 5 feet allows you to setup the projector even in compact rooms where the projecting distance is at premium
> Quiet operating fan runs silently to provide you distraction-free entertainment
Included A/C adapter, user manual, and remote control for instant setup and easy operation

Dimensions": 8.2"W x 6.3"D x 12"H
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Last Edited by max1001 January 18, 2022 at 09:40 AM
NATIVE RESOLUTION IS 800x480
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Mijisu asked this question on 01-12-2022 at 09:43 AM
01-12-2022 at 09:43 AM
It has good reviews on Amazon and some other websites. Retailing at min $90 elsewhere. I purchased for $55 at Walmart.com. It's a 2 day shipping.. fingers crossed.

Good thing it has HDMI and can be used as external speaker as well. I intend to use Chromecast with this.
01-12-2022 at 10:54 AM
I bought a Vankyo - Leisure 3 Mini Projector for around $55 that also has a 45 ANSI Lumen brightness. Overall, it is okay deal if you want to experiment to see if a projector is right for you. Just to be clear, do not buy this projector with high expectations thinking you are getting a home theatre quality projector that can cost hundreds of dollars.
sandwich asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:37 AM
01-13-2022 at 10:37 AM
I wouldn't. Even if there's an option for reversing the image (somebody posted a manual above), you're inherently going to lose more light in rear projection, and there's none here to lose.
01-13-2022 at 10:37 AM
I was thinking the same but lumens is way too low for it to be usable as a gaming screen. I can't imagine playing in pitch dark but your use case may be different. I'm also looking for a projector for gaming but thinking will wait for refurb deal to come along.
jimv1974 asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:36 AM
01-13-2022 at 01:43 PM
Yes, but only version 3.0b.
JK, I am hoping your questions was a joke as well

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Any feedback? Is this any good?
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Any feedback? Is this any good?
It has good reviews on Amazon and some other websites. Retailing at min $90 elsewhere. I purchased for $55 at Walmart.com. It's a 2 day shipping.. fingers crossed.

Good thing it has HDMI and can be used as external speaker as well. I intend to use Chromecast with this.
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This is not 1080p. It has a native resolution of 800x480. It can support 1080p devices, but you won't see native 1090p. If you want native 1080p, you'll need to spend more.
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Am I reading that right? 42 lumens? That's very low, the room would need to be pitch black.
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The picture quality is most likely on par with other $55 projectors due to the low 42 lumens of white brightness.
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Am I reading that right? 42 lumens? That's very low, the room would need to be pitch black.
I see on another website that mentions 100 lumens. Nothing credible on RCA portal.
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For those who are interested in exploring more, here's the manual -
https://fcc.report/FCC-ID/2ASQA69...822952.pdf
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These are typically a cheap LCD panel with a bulb shining through it and a lens in front. At this price probably cool for a child, but certainly better options if you spend a bit more.
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I see on another website that mentions 100 lumens. Nothing credible on RCA portal.
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For those who are interested in exploring more, here's the manual -
https://fcc.report/FCC-ID/2ASQA69...822952.pdf
Page 18 of the manual, states Unit ANSI Lumens: 45
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This is not 1080p. It has a native resolution of 800x480. It can support 1080p devices, but you won't see native 1090p. If you want native 1080p, you'll need to spend more.
Explain like I'm 5: what would be a 1080P device in this instance? The screen wouldn't matter, right? Is that a 1080P Blu-ray movie (for example), and would that display in 1080P or 480P?

Side note: a 5' throw distance is pretty nice so you don't need much space to project a good image. (Unless that's some trickery too.)

In any case it's a sweet deal to put a Halloween projection on your house or window if it is lousy as an actual movie projector.
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Explain like I'm 5: what would be a 1080P device in this instance? The screen wouldn't matter, right? Is that a 1080P Blu-ray movie (for example), and would that display in 1080P or 480P?
480p (standard def; basically the resolution of a regular DVD) is all you'll get, since that's all the projector is capable of. Advertising as "up to 1080p" is strictly marketing, as almost any 1080p device is capable of downscaling to handle a lower resolution display.
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Explain like I'm 5: what would be a 1080P device in this instance? The screen wouldn't matter, right? Is that a 1080P Blu-ray movie (for example), and would that display in 1080P or 480P?
It means you can play your 1080p Blu-ray through it, but it'll look like a 480p DVD.
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Quote from yimmski :
Explain like I'm 5: what would be a 1080P device in this instance? The screen wouldn't matter, right? Is that a 1080P Blu-ray movie (for example), and would that display in 1080P or 480P?

Side note: a 5' throw distance is pretty nice so you don't need much space to project a good image. (Unless that's some trickery too.)

In any case it's a sweet deal to put a Halloween projection on your house or window if it is lousy as an actual movie projector.
I don't think it will be bright enough to see much outdoors at night, this is for using in a room where you can close all doors/windows and then might be acceptable. The included image on the product page of folks enjoying a movie in backyard with decorative lighting is totally fake.
Resolution doesn't matter much on crappy dim projectors, but you would never use this to have a readable screen for example displayed from your PC

BTW all the good reviews on the page were bought and paid for
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