I am seeking advice on obtaining an inexpensive LED projector for my start-up theater. There are an endless number of CHEAP projectors ranging from $150- 600.00 USD. NOT LOOKING TO GET STUCK on my first real run out of the gate. I have been researching the forums here and found an item I had been taking a peek at for the last few weeks. The AriusTek XRT-2700. Now BEFORE you lay into me about this device , I have read the thread here in regards to this unit. However, no-one has any real data on this thing other than the obvious (white van scam). IS THERE ANYTHING OUT THERE that will give me a decent 100in image that wont break the bank? Any and ALL comments/advice are welcome.
You will need to spend at least $499 for a entry level led projector and by entry level you will most likely have to adjust the focus each time you turn the thing on. Everything under $499 is pure garbage. You might as well take your money and light it on fire, that's what your doing by buying a AriusTek.
What kind of lumens will I get from lighting money on fire?
More than I get from my Qumi.
JVC RS600(Calibrated with Chromapure using an iD3), Stewart Cima Neve 2.35 115" diagonal screen, Lumagen Radiance XD, Darbee Darblet, Denon AVR-X7200WA(7.6.4), M&K Speakers, 6 ported 18" subs powered by 3 inuke 6000dsps, Roku 4, Panasonic UB-900 UHD blu-Ray player, HDFury