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bourneoo
05-12-2014, 02:13 AM
Distance 4:3 16:9
160cm 39" 36"
236cm (recommend) 60" 55"
304cm (recommend) 78" 72"
386cm (recommend) 100" 92"
560cm 120" 110"

Difference from the other LCD projectors selling on eBay  

  the other LCD projector LED805 projector
Light source HID LED /OSRAM (you could google it)
Lamp life Less than 5000 hours, need change frequently 50,000Hours (about 20 years for working 6-8 hours one day.), which means you don't need pay for replacement bulb.
Power consumption more than 170W 84W
16:9/ 4:3 switch Some items can not be switched to 16:9 on VGA or HDMI 4:3/16:9 switchly freely even on VGA or HDMI
Cooling system fans Heat Pipe design + fan
Noisy 35db less than 20db (quiet environment)
Temperature when it is working High to boil eggs may you need wait for 20 years to boil eggs.
Turn off Fans will not stop until 3-5 minutes later to cool the projector everything stops at once when you turn off the lamp.
Net weight more than 4KG 2.4KG
Application Home theater/ KTV Home theater/KTV/Business show/ meeting room/class room

 

Details:

Item NO. : LED805HD

Display Tech: 5" single LCD

Native resolution: 800 x 600

Support Resolution: 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024, etc

Compatible: Support up to 1080i/720P/1080P signals

Contrast: 1500:1 (ISO)

Original light Brightness (FLUX): 2200 Lumens

Work with Blu-ray, DVD, X-box, X-box 360, PS2, PS3,Wii, PC, Laptop

Lens: Manual focus

Width/high ratio: 16:9/ 4:3 switch freely. Even on VGA and HDMI, the image could be also switched to 16:9

Performing distance: 2-6m (52"-120")

Keystone correction: Vertical: +/- 15 degrees

Noisy (db):<20dB

Video Compatibility:Full NTSC/PAL/SECAM

Projection methods: Front/rear/suspend/desk

Menu Language: English; Chinese; Italian; German, French; Portuguese; Spanish

Power/Voltage:110V-240V

Power Consumption:76W

Dimensions:270(L)220(W)80(H)mm

N.W:2.4KG ; G.W:4KG

Bulb life:50,000Hours (about 20 years for working 6-8 hours one day.) which means you don't need pay for extra cost on replacement bulbs

One flaw: no built-in speakers
Input/Output:

YPbPr + S-video + VGA + HDMIx2 + TV (support analog signals) + Audio

Main Features:

Contrast: 1500:1 (ISO)

Brightness: 2200 Lumens

Native resolution: 800 x 600

Support Resolution: 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024, etc

Compatible: Support up to 1080i/720P/1080P signals

Work with Blu-ray, DVD, X-box, X-box 360, PS2, PS3,Wii, PC, Laptop

Width/high ratio: 16:9/ 4:3 switch freely. Even on VGA and HDMI, the image could be also switched to 16:9

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Projection System

Control Panel

Resolution

Brightness

Contrast Ratio

Aspect Ratio

Projection Lens

Lamp Life

Color Palette

Projection Position

Projection Distance

Image Size

RGB Signal

Video Signal

Audio

Terminals(Input)

Color

Dimension

Weight

Power Supply

Power Consumption

On-Screen Languages

Accessories

LCD Projection

Manual and Remote Control

800*600 Pixels

2500 lumens

800:1

4:3 and 16:9

Manual Focus

6000 hours in average

16.7 million colors

Front

1.76-5.51 m

50"-150" in diagonal

VGA(640x480)

PAL,NTSC

2 built-in speakers

HDMI,VGA,S-video, Video, Audio, Y/Pb/Pr, TV

Silver with Black

320mm(L)x249mm(W)x95mm(H)

4.3kg

90-240V,AC at 50/60HZ

220watts

English/Chinese/German/French/Italy/Russian/Spanish

IR Remote Controlx1,AV Connecting Cables,Lens cap,User's manual

(1) Signal compatibility:
HDMI,S-Video ,TV, VGA (PC), Video, Audio input and output ,
Y/PB/PR (FOR HD Ready), and can make the picture biger (on 4:3 condition )
(2) Keystone correction, the picture aspect ratio can switch from 16:9 to 4:3.
(3) OSD screen display function
(4) The fans continue to work after the projector is turned off
(lasting for 10 minutes so as to prolong the lamp life?)
(5) Alarm protection function in case of excessive heat
(6) Alarm function when sole heat-exhausting fan does not work
(7) Entire remote operation
(8) Manual focus adjustment

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