Mini Projector, Vamvo L4200 Portable Video Projector
Multiple Ports, Portable Video Projector, Hdmi, Outdoor Movies Video Projector, Truly Amazing Sound Experience, 2 Year, 3800 Lux Brightness
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Around 89% of reviews were positive and about 8% were negative.
9.60 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Mini Projector, Vamvo L4200 Portable Video Projector
The multi-media player is nice, it has a built-in interface, and it's easy to use. I liked the on screen menus, and the picture comes up within a few seconds.
If you're on a budget, you can't beat this price point for all that you're getting, and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised with this one.
The projector works well in low-light applications, and my wife and I use it for nighttime use in our bedroom, where we can project our streaming services onto the wall next to our bed.
The sound from the projector was a little low, but we were able to fix the issue by plugging in a portable speaker to project the sound forward. setup was quick and easy and the item also comes with a soft case for storage which is always appreciated.
The projector has good picture quality, but the speakers only work in a quiet room, which is the same as any projector with internal speakers.
Does it come with a screen or would I need to hang a tarp?
The silver tarp will work, it doesn't come with a screen.
Trying to run off a battery generator. What is the power consumption on this device?
I don't know, the power input is 100V-240V-50/60Hz.
When used outdoors, how is the picture and sound quality?
If you're right next to the projector, the speaker is fine, but I bought extra speakers from target, super easy to attach and perfect for a movie night.
I don't know how to get a missing cord.
It's a two prong ac power cord, same power cord a ps4 uses, it's easy to find and inexpensive.
Would it work well for gaming on my xbox?
It's the best resolution for retro games of the 2005-era, and it's even essential for OG xbox retro, now?