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I've been searching LED projectors for a couple of years now, and I've found this.......Luxcine C7 mode,l available in Amazon.com, all buyers have positive reviews. May I know anyone in this forum own one and tested it?


Product Description
Features
1.Dual Core 1G CPU, 2 Mali400 GPU, 768M RAM, 2G iNAND+ 3D combing video processor ( can play even 1080P MKV movies fluently

2. 720P/ 1280*800 Native Resolution ( TI 0.45" DMD with DarkChip(tm) Technology

3.500 Lumens, 2000:1 Contrast Ratio,oise<28dB ( world brightest portable projector with world class quality
4.Android 4.0 OS with DLNA Technology(there are thousands of free applications for downloading

5.WIFI, LAN internet connection+ tons of inputs(you can enjoy chatting,Internet surf,thousands of movies from Internet or any home video devices and game consoles.

6.PPT,WORD,EXCEL,PDF for perfect commercial presentations. (computer compatible applications also available in the market for free downloading.

7.Mirror, airplay, DLNA technology (We are the world first realize the interactive connection of the iphone,ipad or any smart phone with the projector wirelessly.
Then you can play the game with the gyroscope sensor (G-SENSOR) in your phone to control the games.

8.Osram LED lamp(50,000 Hours LED Lamp

9.Portable, Stylish, useful ( built in adaptor, all-in-one design, Touch Keypad

10.Short throw, HiFi Speakers(throw Ratio: 1.19:1,throw distance: 0.3m~5m, 4 speakers with 16 Watts make it really a home cinema center.

















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available in Amazon.com, all buyers have positive reviews.
All reviewers made exactly one review: The review of this projector. Compare the reviews of this projector with real reviews for the LG PA70G for instance and will notice that the reviews of the Luxcine are fake!

Thank you for the nice advertisement!
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All reviewers made exactly one review:

Why do you say so?


Quote from amazon.com: " Verified Purchase Reviews

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Quote "Thank you for the nice advertisement!"

I am not making an advertisement here, only that and i say it again....May I know anyone in this forum own one and tested it?

*Harry*'s Avatar *Harry*
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One thing I find very obscure is the specified native resolution in every advertisement of that kind of WXGA LED DLP projectors with a 0.45" Texas Instruments DMD (LG, Luxcine, ...).
They all say, the resolution is 1280 x 720 native pixel.

But a look at the data sheet makes it clear: The native res is only 912 x 1140

Product overview
DLP 0.45 WXGA DMD
LightCrafter4500 eval modul
YouTube Texas Instruments DMD advertisement
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Current trend is DLP. I would prefer DLP technology
*Harry*'s Avatar *Harry*
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True. I've decided me for the Acer H7532BD DLP, got it for only 675€ (FullHD w/ dynamic IRIS + quiet fan noise). Ok it's no LED, but I can live with that for the next 2 ... 3 years.
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Aaxa makes one of these wxga dual-core android 500lumen LED models for $499. What's this one cost?

If it's cheap it at least has a little zoom going for it.
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Aaxa makes one of these wxga dual-core android 500lumen LED models for $499. What's this one cost?

If it's cheap it at least has a little zoom going for it.
I've got one of these dual core mini LED PJ mid of last year
Was forced to return it because the picture was very strong perceivable out of focus on borders, caused by the cheap lens optic.
I find it's just a nice toy - not more or less.
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I've got one of these dual core mini LED PJ mid of last year
Was forced to return it because the picture was very strong perceivable out of focus on borders, caused by the cheap lens optic.
I find it's just a nice toy - not more or less.
Which brand was yours? Thanks for the heads-up.
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Which brand was yours? Thanks for the heads-up.
I just bought a new android projector (around US$700).
http://www.globaledigital.com/index....heatre-3d.html

Yes it is Android OS that mean I can download many apps from google playstore.
It is wireless projector that it can connect to my home wireless route. No cable (except power cord)
1000 Lumens that bright enough (not like toys projector that is several hundred Lumens)
It is DLP led technology that can play 20000+ hours, not like lamp projector, very short lift time and expensive if replace the lamp
There is 3D features that mean I can watch movies any time I want.
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*Harry*'s Avatar *Harry*
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Which brand was yours? Thanks for the heads-up.
It was a Luxcine CINE C7
http://www.luxcine.com/projector_104.php

I can also remind me that it was not possible to connect the PJ with my WiFi network when SSID was hidden, and it lost some IP settings after power OFF/ON. An other reason for returning it was the bad black level and some english menu text was only in chinese font. All in all my exemplar seemed to me as not really well developed.
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great info,i like it very much,Copy:An other reason for returning it was the bad black level and some english menu text was only in chinese font. All in all my exemplar seemed to me as not really well developed. [IMG]http://*******/WNKpGN[/IMG]
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It was a Luxcine CINE C7
http://www.luxcine.com/projector_104.php

I can also remind me that it was not possible to connect the PJ with my WiFi network when SSID was hidden, and it lost some IP settings after power OFF/ON. An other reason for returning it was the bad black level and some english menu text was only in chinese font. All in all my exemplar seemed to me as not really well developed.

Good for me not able to buy it. Eventually it seems that they have new upgraded version. The Z2000SD, infact the video is too good to be true. Here is the youtube video link ...... (
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Maybe ...

Can't find that Z2000SD model on http://www.luxcine.com/. When I click on Z2000D I get the page of LED Projector_ESP314 ...
Don't know, what I should think about luxcine at all.

There can be found some websites with specs, e. g:
.
http://luxcine.en.alibaba.com/produc...e_Z2000SD.html
OK, that PJ seems to has some funny details:
"Lens: Manual focus with wireless mini Blu-ray projector" - wow - great developement result of long scientific lens research, I guess ...
"Resolution: 1500 ANSI Lumens" ... aha ...
"Resolution: World Only 1920*2205P Supported of Blu-ray mini laser projector" - hmmm ... seems that we get a new BluRay resolution spec soon - and this will be the one and only!


This one seems to be more realistic:

https://www.facebook.com/luxcineindia
"Brightness :- Real 300 Lumens typical, and 450 Lumens max"
"Contrast ration :- 4000:1"
"Resolution :- Native 1280*800"

But I'm still sure, that's not the full truth. TI has no 0.45 DMD with 1280x800 physical resolution. Maybe the DMD controller can handle that, but that's not the native res. I rather believe that the Z2000SD is also using this cheap 0.45" "diamond" DMD:
http://www.ti.com/product/DLP4500?ke...arch=Search-EN
Micromirror array size: 912x1140

Anyway - the blacks in the video don't look bad, and LED brightness seems to be ok for small distance / small screen width. But it's not possible to say anything about native sharpness uniformity, colour accurateness (especially when using an animation video) and image distortion at all through the cam's impact.
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Maybe ...

Can't find the Z2000SD model on http://www.luxcine.com/. When I click there on Z2000D I get the page of LED Projector_ESP314 ...
Don't know, what I should think about luxcine at all.

But we can find some other websites with specs, e. g:

http://luxcine.en.alibaba.com/produc...e_Z2000SD.html

OK, that PJ seems to have some funny details:
"Lens: Manual focus with wireless mini Blu-ray projector" - wow - great developement result of a long scientific lens research, I guess ...
"Resolution: 1500 ANSI Lumens" ... aha ...
"Resolution: World Only 1920*2205P Supported of Blu-ray mini laser projector" - hmmm ... seems that we get a new BluRay resolution spec soon - and this will be the one and only!


This one seems to be more realistic:

https://www.facebook.com/luxcineindia
"Brightness :- Real 300 Lumens typical, and 450 Lumens max"
"Contrast ration :- 4000:1"
"Resolution :- Native 1280*800"

But I'm still sure, that's not the full truth. TI has no 0.45 DMD with 1280x800 physical resolution. Maybe the DMD controller can handle that, but that's not the native res. I rather believe that the Z2000SD is still using this cheap 0.45" "diamond" DMD:
http://www.ti.com/product/DLP4500?ke...arch=Search-EN
Micromirror array size: 912x1140

Anyway - the blacks in the video don't look bad, and LED brightness seems to be ok for small distance / small screen width. But it's not possible to say anything about native sharpness uniformity, colour accurateness (especially when using an animation video) and image distortion at all through the cam's impact.
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Well, As far as I know, these people can't market their product deliberately. They always rely on their video without explaining it what is going on, and it's up to you to understand by just only staring it. Lols.

On the other hand, I found similar video, maybe this is from their Indian reseller by just looking at the sample video. Look at the fist minute of the video, I can say that is the real Z2000SD by looking at the projector itself.

Maybe it's not bad at all, look at the image before he switch off the light, it's very solid color for 300 to 400 lumens I should think.

Here is what I am talking about....

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