|Item Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.81 x 8.86 x 4.72 inches|
|Item model number||C580|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Special Features||Display Technology：LED light source with 5-Layer LCD Display, Lamp Life: 60,000 Hours, Resolution：1280*720, 1080P Supported, Contrast Ratio：4000:1, Image Brightness：4,000 LUX|
VIVIMAGE Cinemoon 580 Projector1080P Supported, 4000 Lux High Brightness Video Projector with 200" Projection Size Includes HDMI Cable
|Hardware Interface||VGA, USB, HDMI|
|Mounting Type||Ceiling Mount|
|Display Resolution||1080P Supported|
|Minimum Throw Distance||4.9 Feet|
About this item
- [Enjoy Awesome Visual Experience] VIVIMAGE C580 Movie Outdoor Projector provides awesome visual experience. 1280 X 800 native resolution is suitable for professional use and provides +80% brightness than ordinary projector. Mstar Advanced Color Engine provides contrast of 4000:1. Great choice as home cinema for movie nights for the outstanding projection outcome.
- [More Projection Possibilities] Display size varies from 44”to 200”, with projection distance of 1.5m to 5.6m. Keystone and Focus ring are manually adjustable. More projection possibilities with ceiling mount hole on the bottom.
- [Large Scale of Compatibilities] Compatible to the latest multimedia devices including but not limited to: smartphones, tablets, laptops and PS4.
- [Upgraded Features] Dual stereo speaker provides excellent audio support and decent audiovisual effects. Upgraded cooling system optimizes the heat dispersion. Robust lamp extends its life span up to 60,000 hours.
- [3-Year & Professional Support] 3-year and full refund if any dissatisfaction. Dedicated customer service and professional technical support.
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Dual HDMI port and dual USB port for your convenience. Dual stereo speakers and upgraded cooling system ensures an optimal watching experience. Screen Mirroring function empowers your smartphone by enlarging your mobile content via projection. Lightning to HDMI cable/Micro USB cable needed for iOS and Android System individually. Great choice as home cinema for movie nights for the outstanding projection outcome.
NOTE:The Dolby sound is not supported in this projector.
+80% Brightness Than Ordinary Projector
4000 lux brightness provide you a brighter and clearer outdoor movies in dark.
Full HD 1080P Resolution Supported
Supports up to 1920 x 1080 for big screen entertainment and sharp colors for watching sports, movies or playing video games.
Advanced 4000:1 Contrast Ratio
Provides crystal clear, big-screen HD images with 4000:1 contrast ratio.
Big Screen Home Cinema Projector
Display size varies from 44” to 176”, with projection distance of 1.5m to 5.6m. About 6.5 ft is the recommended viewing distance.
Extended LED Lamp Life
Extended lamp life for about 60,000 hours. To avoid overheating and extend its working life, to take a break after 3-4 hours using.
Upgraded Cooling System
Equipped with an innovative cooling system with heat dispersion, as well as a noise suppression technology which cuts fan sound in half.
Built-in Stereo Speakers
Dual stereo speaker provides excellent audio support and decent audiovisual effects. Easy to set up without the need for costly external speakers (without Dolby sound).
Large Scale of Compatibilities
Equipped with a variety of inputs, including HDIMI, VGA, AV, USB. Built in playing engine for full format videos, the decoding skill can support most video formats.
More Projection Possibilities
Keystone and Focus ring are manually adjustable. More projection possibilities with ceiling mount hole on the bottom.
Watch a cool movie on the large screen, listen to a concert you love or play a game cheerfully, and feel the immersive pleasure. VIVIMAGE C580 home theater HD movie projector is ideal for home entertainment, also suitable for small meetings.
Please pay attention to remove the 4 silicone caps upon the ceiling hole at the corner of the projector before mounting. For better viewing experience, A projection distance of about 6.5 ft is recommended.
- Light Source: LED
- Native Resolution: 1280*800
- Projector Size: 44”-200”
- Installation Options: Front/Rear/Ceiling
- Speakers: 2*5W/4 ohm
- Aspect Ratios: 4:3/16:9/Auto
- Cable Length: 6.56 ft
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Visible screen diagonal
200" / 508 cm
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When I first started looking for a projector, I did not know a lot about projector and there are a lot to learn especially because of misleading marketing terms. So I am going to try to help by sharing what I learned.
[LUMEN & BRIGHTNESS]
First of all, my only experience with projector previously was at my company so I was used to top of the line projector and thought that's how all the protectors work. So I first started with what other unit that's under $100 that says something about 70% brighter send previous year model? Turns out that particular unit did not have enough resolution to give focused view of text nor had brightness I was looking for.
In search of replacement, I chose this system because this had best spec, 4,000 lumen and its price range (150-180).
Lumen is the most important factor in projector and most article you read will tell you that anything above 2000 lumen is it enough for you to see with some light on and anything beyond 3000 lumen can be used as presentation in bright room. What to me a while to find out it is that this lumen they're talking about is ANSI lumen.
ANSI Lumen is a standard term for most brand name manufactures out there and when Epson projector that cost $500 has Lumen of 3000, that is what they're talking about. However these cheaper, mostly Chinese Mortals, they're not talking about a n s i lumen. Instead they're talking about total Lumen at the bulb. ANS I Lumen is measured at the screen a certain distance, FYI.
So if you purchase unit like this thinking this is same as $500 Epson unit, you will be very wrong. It is roughly estimated that ANSI lumen it's roughly 10% of original Lumen of the bulb. Which means this system has actual ANSI Lumen of roughly 400.
The picture I included on this review is with bunch of lights on in the kitchen behind me. And as you can see this still shows decent image which you can see from kitchen while cooking and definitely enough to provide dine-in movie experience. Same goes to outdoor use. I tested it right after Sunset where sky is still blue grayish and I was able to see enough screen brightness and I decide to keep it.
[FOCUS & KEYSTONE & LENS SHIFT]
The other two things you will need to know and expect is focusing. First, corners and edges will not be clear. This is why units at this price range say they're not made for business presentation. Does it matter how well you focus, you cannot get it Sharp but when you're watching a movie, you never really focused on the corners so there.
Second, they do not have Keystone adjustment. Instead they have what it's called lens shift. This to me a longer time to understand in fact projectorpeople.com had useful information, although their sales rep that popped up while visiting their site refused to help me even though I told them I'm looking for a new projector just because I already bought one from Amazon…
Anyway, Keystone is done digitally by removing pixels to make it fit into a rectangle. Lens shift is literally done by moving the lens. I think this is where the price difference and Technology comes into play. Obviously Keystone is more advanced feature that expensive projectors have and these cheaper ones will not. I say this because when you shift lens in anyway, you will now lose focus on half of screen.
If you look at my screen carefully, I have not corrected the Keystone effect and I left top of the screen larger than bottom as my projector is shooting slightly up angle. This is how you can use this projector with lens-shift. Since if you adjust lens shift, you will lose focus on half of screen, it is better for you to deal with less a perfect rectangle then deal with unfocused screen. This also means if you are used to putting books under front part of projector to make it shoot higher up on the ceiling, you will not be able to do that with this projector without losing focus since that will force you to shift lens.
It took me few days of trial and error to learn all this and make a decision to keep the system since next system up is about $450 which will not have any of issues I mentioned here. But as a non-business user, looking to use this once in a while at home, I was not interested in spending more but also wanted to make sure I did not end up with crappy projector that I'll never use. And I will say this is a decent Middle Ground.
This unit has 1280 x 800 native resolution which is what I would consider bare minimum. Epson has a model that's 800 x 600 and that's just way too small to be functional in real life in my opinion, although I have not tested that system but there are other reviews confirming this. You can get similar resolution on viewsonic for $392 currently on Amazon, but once again another $100 jump and that one uses DLP bulb instead of LCD/LED... (which we wont' even get into today) Depends on how you use your laptop, you'd need to adjust resolution settings a bit but it works well without too much issue with this system.
The other thing I will know. Is that it does not seem like they're support or seller is active. I cannot find there support email address although that shows up on the projector when you put up for a few seconds, but no one has responded to my question on this unit and there was another review that mentioned that it took seller, manufacture a long time to respond even to Amazon support. I'm assuming they're tech and warranty support might be very slow as well. So please get SquareTrade 4-year coverage for $10 extra. I have spoken with SquareTrade and have screenshot of the rap assuring me that lends a projector covered under their warranty.
I hope this was helpful for those who read this far. And if you want, I just saved you about a week worth of research so you're welcome :-) enjoy your new projector and have a great day!
-the picture and detail looks superb on my 120" white PVC screen. I've played Nintendo switch on it, no lag and movies from a fire stick. Super bright, even with the lights on and shades partially drawn in my basement. The lumens are plenty adequate.
-the built in speaker isn't meant to be a solution but it produces significant, undistorted volume and sound. Not bad at all for a tiny speaker.
It mounted easy (For the record, I used https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01013QA86/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and it worked like a CHAMP. Bright, beautiful picture, super-simple install. Great value for the money!
Plenty of inputs in the back and yes you can connect your fire stick to this projector.