VAVA Laser TV Home Theatre Projector hot sale in global market, one of the best seller in Amazon.com. The main features:
- Ultra Short Throw: Cast a 100” sized image from only 7.2” away from the wall. Adjust projection between 80”-150” and enjoy a massive cinematic experience at home.
- 4K Resolution with HDR10: Feast your eyes on awe-inspiring visuals with deeper colors, higher contrast, fuller saturation, and sharper imagery. 3000:1 native contrast far exceeds the standard 2000:1 native contrast in movie theaters.
- Laser: Industrial grade 25,000 hour lamp life means you can enjoy the projector up to 4 hours a day for the next 17 years. Never replace projector bulbs again.
- ALPD 3.0: Patented state of the art technology doubles light efficiency of standard projectors and is used in over 17,000 laser theaters worldwide.
- Integrated Harman Kardon Soundbar: High-fidelity sound powered by two 30W drivers, dts-HD, and Dolby Audio.
Here list some UI of VAVA laser TV, which you maybe not easy to get from other websites:
The latest review from the customer:
“First, let me say… I always appreciate when people take their time to write a review about a product I want to buy so now it’s my turn to leave a review. I hope this will be enough to give you full confidence about this projector, even though I’ve only had it for one day so far.
First, I had the new $3,299 Optoma P1 CinemaX ultra short throw projector right before this, and I have to say… the image on this VAVA blows the Optoma out of the water! I’m still shocked! I had high hopes for the Optoma and thought it would be my projector for the next 4+ years but returned it and prefer this VAVA! It is brighter (6,000 lumens instead of 3,000——Not right, VAVA is not brighter than Optoma P1, but similar, even a little lower. lumens is not same as ansi lumens.–from the editor) and the picture just looks better even though they are comparable. I still have to test this unit to see if it has color banding like the Optoma had when looking at a scene with a blue or blown out sky. The color banding was pretty damn bad on the Optoma. I was surprised. I like that the Optoma is black whereas this projector is white but not a deal breaker. What I liked better about the Optoma was that I could focus the picture while watching a movie where you can’t do that with the VAVA from what I can tell. You have to go into the settings tab to fix the focus. Not a deal breaker either.
Anyway, this is my initial review. I will update it once I play with it some more. So in a nutshell, this projector is WAY better than I expected and looks like a $5,000+ projector in terms of image output. I highly recommend it! Please note, I I noticed one con and that was that this projector completely froze on me when I was trying to focus the lens the first time so I had to force restart the unit. It didn’t freeze the second time so that’s good. Maybe it was a one-off fluke. I hope this won’t crash regularly in the future. I had way more issues with the Optoma by the way. I bet they rushed production on that so I say avoid Optoma P1 for now and save $1,000 by buying this one.
Please note, I’m a regular customer. No one paid me or asked me to review this projector. This is straight from my own opinion. Buy one!!!
UPDATE: Still impressed with this bad boy! Day time viewing with blinds open are good too! (I only have 2 smaller windows) I am including new photos to show you guys. I dont think ANY projector will match this quality at this price. I’m convinced now. However, I don’t know how reliable it will be in the long run. Time will tell. “
The above review is come from really customer who be very satisfy with VAVA Laser TV.
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