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Decent Projector for a low price
Decent projector for a such low price! Give me a really good hand!! I have a dlp projector that burned recently the lamp and I have to substitute fast a new unit before I find the lamop. The Favi has a decent image, Of course there is a inconvenience with the resolution change and sometimes the small fonts are not well seen but anyway for a PPT presentation, even in a illuminated environment it helped me a lot. I can say also two negative points. No buttons controls on the equipment itself and the case quality. Could be better! Thanks!
It's a good little projector
Don't expect a top of the line led projection image with this projector. If your a beginner and just what to get a small in home theater experience , but don't want to spend a lot this will give you a good feel for what is possible.You'll have to have the lights completely off , which makes it hard to get up and get a snack during a movie ; with its low lumens. For projecting its best quality ; you'll need to stay around 70 inches.If you get the home theater bug ; down the road you can upgrade to a led Casio and either put this in the bedroom for TV viewing at night or give it to the kids to play video games on.Led projection is a major savings on the electric bill and the lamps last ten times longer then halogen projection lamps.I have owned several types of projectors and I am a electronics tech.. I personally love my Casio XJ-A230 Led projector for my home-theater and use the Favi projector as the bedroom TV /monitor.It's a good little projector.Read full review
The projector is a great product with excellent picture quality.
In Western North Carolina we have established an Education Foundation that gives scholarships to deserving young students. I am the Secretary/Treasurer of the Foundation. The FAVI RioHD-LED-2 projector will be used in presentations supporting fundraisers for the scholarship program. I like the portable makeup and size of the projector and its ease of packing. We will be conducting presentations in 41 different locations in Western North Carolina and portability is very important. Additionally, it is easy to use and its performance is outstanding. At this juncture, I have no dislikes about the unit; I have learned that for maximum quality picture-presentation eleven feet in front of a screen is a must; and, at times, that distance is a problem, relative to a particular location. I would definitely recommend buying the product again. For the money, it is an excellent buy!Read full review
Big delivery from a small package
Bought this to do PowerPoint presentations for classes I teach. The video showing how easy it is to use is super. Loved the fact that it came complete with the case. Easy to set up, easy to use once I found the format it needed. From experiences with other projectors sometimes it just doesn't sync if the laptop is on and then the projector plugged in. Connect the projector first, restart the laptop and it finds its own way. Good product and very easy to use. It is so light that sometimes you need to support more than the front screw leg to keep it balanced. Loved the fact that it is LED. Brightness pretty good in a lighted room.
Experience speaks here:
I bought one of these a month ago. I used it to watch TV & DVD movies for about 15 hours so far. This is the 5th DLP type projector I have owned over the past 4 years. IMHO this is "OK" quality considering I payed 2-hundred bucks... what can you expect for that much money? By the way... I tried a few types of view screens & I mostly like/use a 8' by 6' piece of white cloth & the projector 'bout fills that w/the projector 12' away.(NOT a short-throw lens). The fan is too noisy. I use headphones mostly... so it is not so much of an issue for me... The RioHD-LED-2 is to big to be "small" & yet too small to be "big". The "power brick" (18VDC) IS about like a brick! Hahahaaa... & @ 18VDC... you can't take this out & about w/you... there must be a home AC-power source (120 or 240 VAC). SO... in conclusion: This is a cheap quality thing @ a cheap price. You are NOT getting a great deal here @ 2-hundred bucks. It WOULD be very good if it sold @ 100-bucks. I plan to use it for a while as I save up money for a few months... then sell this & buy a much better quality projector... I do like DLP projectors... I am thinking to buy the FAVI "B-1" ... that will be much better for my needs (low voltage & very small size & internal memory & SD-card slot /internal 'player' software & not so dependent on the 'remote' . By the way... my remote failed right out of the box... The company sent another(slightly different remote) immediately & from that I see that: if you loose the remote or if it brakes? the RioHD-LED-2 will work... ONLY you can turn it on/off & ONLY use the "AV"-type input. No other input option was available to me(w/out the remote)... NO other 'options' can be used/controlled: picture quality adjustments/audio/etc... (the: "tomb-stone"- correction function is mechanical as is the "focus").Read full review