CTX EzPro 500 User Reviews
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Good low res' unit. Somewhat noisy. Although there is no lens shift or digital keystone adjustment, there is a very effective analogue keystone adjuster that is sufficient for most needs. The lenses are very inexpensive although they need to be changed frequently. There is a changeover mechanism so that the spare lamp can be rapidly deployed. It will accept 800 x 600 input. No HDMI or any digital inputs.Composite and s-video and 15 (non-sub!) D connector.
Any Problems: The VGA input socket is non-standard and requires a bespoke cable.
i will put it when its running
Any Problems: Im having a hard time to make it work, the resolution is to low to make it work with my computer, any sugestion on what can i do.
These projectors have gotten incredibly cheap these days and work wonderfully as a home theatre projector - the bulbs last 50-70 hours but can be purchased for under $10. I use mine every single day as a TV / Home theatre projector and couldn't be happier with it! Internal speakers are a nice touch but not adequate for watching movies. I paid $50 for this thing and it's been worth every penny. :)
Any Problems: No "real" problems, but the unit does generate a great deal of heat - and I wish it had a feature that would turn itself off after running the fans and letting the bulb cool down.
Great unit, cheap to operate, some bulbs cost hundreds to replace this unit the bulbs are cheap and easily purchased. I would recommend this as a affordable projector.
Any Problems: Reliable
VERY GOOD POJECTER. PICTURE VERY SHAPPE. I BUY IT BECOS BULB VERY CHEAP. I THINK THIS MODEL SAME AS LIGHTWARE VP800. MY FRINED HAVE VP800 I LIKE THE PICTURE ALSO. BOTH ALSO VERY GOOD.
Any Problems: NOO.
great picture. I used the speakers on the unit and thet were fine. I was very easy to hook it through the sterio.
Any Problems: I need an owners manual for this projector. Any ideas?