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VVME V01(B) LED HDMI Projector 1080p HD Compatible (Native WVGA 800 x 480) For Home Cinema, Movie, Video Games

by VVME
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  • Native Resolution: 640*480, Supports 1080P/720P/480P Input Signal
  • Screen Format 4:3 or 16:9 Adjustable; LED lamp with an average life of more than 20,000 hours
  • USB hard drive support that let's you play videos on your USB hard drive directly
  • Y/Pb/Pr, AV, VGA and dual HDMI Ports, Built-in Speaker
  • Projection Distance: 6-15 fts; Projection Size: 50"-120"
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Technical Details

  • Great product for all your video projector needs!
  • (PS2, PS3, wii, Xbox, Nintendo)

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 3.5 x 10 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002AQQJTI
  • Item model number: VVME-HTPCD-V01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 21, 2009
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Product Description

Great cost/performance ratio for home cinema and video game (PS2, PS3, Xbox, wii, etc.) purposes.

Features remote control, VGA cable for PC or laptops, multiple connections includes HDMI, VGA, composite and component videos.

5" single LCD and upgraded LED lamp with 20,000 hours average lamp life.

USB hard drive support that let's you play videos and view pics on your USB hard drive directly.

Supports VCR, DVD player, digital TV, computer, keystone correction, image reverse, built-in speakers and more.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Picture is great!
Mike
Wrong, Vvme customer service was non existent, I had to leave a message & never got a return call.
Thomas Weaver
After about 2 hours of use, the projector never turned on again.
Angela

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 90 people found the following review helpful By A. Case on February 9, 2010
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What a great projector, if only it worked like I wanted it to! For the $350 bucks, it exceeded my expectations. You get a spare bulb (yes, this seller supplies a spare bulb too), 3 cables, remote, lens tissue and a hilariously translated manual. The internal speaker was better than I expected, and the picture looks pretty darn good.

The rub is, it has no zoom, a feature I thought standard and crucial to a projector. The only way to change the size of the picture is to move the projector closer or further from the screen. For this reason, I am planning on returning it. If I had a bigger wall or only used it occasionally, that probably wouldn't be a big deal. The manual keystone correction is also a bit funny. Alas! if only it had a zoom!
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165 of 182 people found the following review helpful By S. Adams on August 19, 2009
I purchased the projector for my son's birthday party sleepover. We wanted to have his guest play the Wii outside on the garage door. The delivery was FAST. Set up was easy. The day of the party, I just knew something would go wrong with it......but it didn't. The graphics are awesome in the dark. The input for sound is standard. When you increase the volume too high you hear a humming sound. That problem is fixable. My husband plugged in a speaker that we had in the basement and the kids went wild with the sound and graphics. The projector is compatible with our Wii, PS3, and dvd player. We don't have the Xbox 360 so I don't know how well it would work with that system. Overall I was a bit skeptical, but we are throughly satisfied with the projector.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By B. Morse on May 26, 2012
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for those of you expecting a clear true hd projector for 200 bucks, you are absolutely nuts.
but if you want a cheap higher quality standard definition, this is unbeatable at the price.

i got this to hook up to an old computer to play old video games with my roommates at college, we tried a ps3 with it, and it was alright but its perfect for the older stuff.

if you do your research (as i did) projector quality is about the native resolution, not input.
that being said, i was pleasantly surprised how well native 480p looks on a 100" screen.
you cant read the small text at all, but who would use this as a computer monitor?

pros:
obvious one - cost
the colors are phenomenal even on a wall or sheet.
not very big
bright enough to use in a non-pitch black room
able to focus up to a 100" screen
accepts INPUT of up to 1080i
decent speakers
comes with very high quality buffered, tangle-resistant, gold plated cables
long lasting bulb life, and cheap replacement bulbs
comes with a spare bulb!

cons:
it takes 6 minutes to turn off. the screen will go black but the fan will continue for 6 minutes without the ability to cancel. make sure you REALLY want too turn it off or you will be waiting a while.
there is no volume control. i use external speakers anyway, but a headsup if youre looking for sound over hdmi.
the keystone correction is pretty much non existant. it makes the top or bottom very blurry. this can easily be fixed by not projecting at an angle, or as we did, build an angled screen.
fairly loud fan noise, but you get used to it quickly.

these may be deal breakers for you, so dont buy it.
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250 of 296 people found the following review helpful By Derek Botbyl on November 23, 2009
If you are looking for a projector to replace your 1080I HDTV, or are planning on upgrading to HD service with a projector, plan on spending a bit more money than this. The NATIVE RESOLUTION of this projector is 800x600. This means, even though it will accept a 1080I signal, it will DOWNSCALE(compress) the image to fit the maximum physical resolution of 800x600. Your resolution will be higher definition than if you were watching on a standard TV, but it will not be a true 1080I picture.
If you are just looking for a cheap projector to hook up for fun, like to a WII, or for kids movie parties or whatever, this is a great deal since it is compatable with just about everything.

I just wanted to give you all a heads up, please make sure whatever projector you are buying, meets your 'native resolution' (maximum true definition) needs.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Keith Black on November 5, 2011
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I'm quite impressed with this projector. The actual brandname is "Visionari" and this is for the model "VVME-HTPCD-V01" so there are no mix-ups in reading my humble review.

If you want a projector that is very affordable [compared to many others] and using it for watching videos -- it's great.

It's about 12 inches by 10 inches not heavy but not light. 2 built-in speakers in the back, power & basic menu function buttons on top, multiple inputs on the side with a choice of component A/V in, composite A/V in, VGA input, HDMI interface -- but when it comes to VGA or HDMI, like another reviewer said a more expensive projector would probably be a better choice.

I just use it for basic DVD, camcorder and VHS viewing [yes, I still use VHS for odds & ends!].

It has a remote that uses 2 "AAA" batteries that aren't included. It has a VERTICAL & HORIZONTAL "image reverse/flip" for hanging upside-down on a projector-mount from a ceiling or rear projection -- or even using with 45-degree mirror in front of the lense to project the image on your ceiling for lazy "lay on your back" viewers like me[!]

You can switch between the older "4:3" image size or newer "16:9" but either image is still within the over-all "4:3" projected image area. It doesn't adjust "wider" with same height like a previous projector I have. Hope this makes sense to everyone; it's actually a "letterbox" mode.

Nice picture "resolution" [ok, so I use the OLDER word!] nice "definition" in my opinion with seperate "BRIGHTNESS" "CONTRAST" "HUE" "SATURATION" & "SHARPNESS" options -- to name a few!

Anything else this projector does I don't know or use it for. Growing up decades ago with a B&W "rabbit ear" TV set with no remote that only got 8 or 9 channels [oh, seems like ages ago!][:-)] is still impressive to me. That's my humble review.
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