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Make every night movie night with the Shift3 LightBlast Entertainment Projector. Watch TV, home videos, and even play your favorite video games up to 10-feet across on any wall in your home. You can even project images onto your ceiling! With its on-board inputs, you can easily connect your compatible media components directly to the projector via the included A/V cable. Enjoy full-color video from TV's, VCR's, video game consoles, camcorders, and more. The Shift3 LightBlast Entertainment Projector features 3 A/V inputs, built-in audio speaker with adjustable volume, brightness and contrast controls, audio out, a manual focus lens, and utilizes a standard 50W/ 12V halogen bulb for hours of supersized fun.
- Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
- Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
- ASIN: B0045H4FLO
- Item model number: 16382910042
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 23, 2010
not bad for price
I must say the projector is very cool for what it is worth
Yes, there is some major resolution issues with it but then again you get what you paid for. NOT TOP OF THE LINE! Yes there does look to be like you are watching a movie through a screen door but it isn’t that disturbing to the eye ,The sound was good , and most certainly will be having some fun with it this summer with outdoor movie nights.
I watched Jurassic Park on it for a first go around there was some fuzzy issues with focus but all in all I really sorta felt like I was at a movie theater inside my own house ” Very cool ” But the extra blurred pic was more than likely due to me pulling the unit 20 feet back from the wall to see JUST HOW MASSIVE i could get it to go. Oh it did do at least a 10-15 ft wide picture. I felt sorta spoiled with a private viewing ” FUN “
I am a technology idiot! the fact I was even able to get the thing to work with out outside intervention is another reason to give it thumbs up.
It is a good deal for stupid cheap , I am really hoping my spouse will take to it … and maybe do an upgrade to a nicer one in the future and I will take this one an put it in my barn for movie nights out there this summer either way it will be fun. and really happy i got it. But i do see upgrade in my future this item is sorta a teaser.
Got what I paid for.
Definitely a great buy!
I live on an acreage and have a large metal shed that is open on three sides with sliding doors opening on each end. I stapled a large sheet of white opaque drapery liner fabric sewn into a panel 11 feet by 9 feet onto a frame of 1X2s pieces of lumber, 10-12 feet long on the closed side of the building and set up the projector 15-20 feet from the screen – this makes the image fill the screen.
The image quality is very similar to a tv screen from the 80s or the old drive in theater. The sound is plenty loud enough because the acoustics in a metal shed make for excellent amplification. What we basically created was an old drive in theater. This is a wonderful projector if you’re outside or in a large outdoor building.
Total cost for the homestyle drive in theater -
$82 for the projector
$35 for the drapery fabric (on sale at $3.50/yard)
$20 for the lumber (although the fabric could be directly stapled to the wall I imagine)
The box itself has a handle, so I store the projector along with a dvd player I had in a spare room that we never use. On a moments notice people can come over and have an outside movie night. Set up takes less than 5 minutes if you have a ready power supply.
Completely worth the cost considering all the fun memories my family will have watching movies on warm nights.
Excellent for the cost.
Despite all the nay-sayers who have reviewed this product and the complete lack of costumer service of its distributor, this unit is performing well. Whatever team of engineers designed it did a good job and I’m sure that the bean-counters who sent it to market with substandard bulbs have caused a lot of people to be dissatisfied with the unit. Also, if you expect HD or even S-video quality from a device that specifies it has only 960×240 resolution, then you are a fool. With the right bulb, this is a good projector for the cost.