Enjoy all your favourite movies on the big screen at home: Shoppers are creating their own cinema experience with this £80 projector
Do you miss grabbing a bucket of popcorn and watching a blockbuster film on the big screen? If so you might want to invest in a video projector such as this offering from APEMAN to help you create a full movie theatre experience from the comfort of your own home.
Featuring impressive picture and sound quality, this home cinema projector is ideal for a family movie night indoors or even outside in your garden.
It might be small in size, but the £79.99 APEMAN Portable Mini Projector is packed with some serious power and technology. It supports 1080P full HD with 800*480P native resolution.
This APEMAN Projector is ideal for a family movie night indoors or even outside in your garden
It also has a 34″-180″ projection size with an aspect ratio of 16:9/4:3. The lens’ focus and keystone correction is both quick and easy to adjust.
With updated brightness of 4500 lumens and 2000:1 contrast ratio, this projector is an impressive 80 per cent brighter than other options on the market.
It features the latest 4.0 LCD technology and advanced LED light sources, which means it delivers sharp clear images for an amazing movie experience, so long as you’re in a relatively dark room environment.
It also comes equipped with an impressive built-in dual sound speaker, which offers excellent sound quality. Want to enhance the sound? If so, you have the option to connect a compatible external speaker via the 3.5mm jack.
The APEMAN Video Projector is compatible with a wide range of devices including PC, laptops, MacBook, Playstation 4, Xbox One, iOS and other smartphones
This APEMAN projector supports a number or different ports and is compatible with a wide variety of multimedia devices, including PC, laptops, MacBook, Playstation 4, Xbox One, iOS and other smartphones. It is even compatible with the Amazon Fire TV Stick and Chromecast.
It’s important to note the projector does not support movies with Dolby surround. If you are streaming a movie or TV show, this can be fixed by switching your connected device or streaming service’s sound output settings to Stereo.
However, if you are planning to use the projector to watch films on a DVD player, this might not be the device for you, as one Amazon shopper noted that most DVDs have Dolby sound, and unfortunately doesn’t give you the option to switch to Stereo.
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