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RCA 1080p Compatible Full HD Home Theater LCD Projector for Screens Up to 150” (Manufacturer Refurbished)
Despite its compact size, this economically sized LCD projector can create an image up to 150” on virtually any flat surface, such as a screen, wall, or ceiling. This makes it easy to set up a makeshift theater anywhere from your basement to your backyard.
1080p Full HD: Lifelike Detailing
Vivid color, razor-sharp contrast, and expansive clarity pull you deeper into movies, TV shows, and video games. To achieve this quality, the projector supports resolutions up to 1080p Full HD, rendering super-fine images for a picture that looks almost true to life.
Cinema-Like Viewing Experience
The projector can create a massive image up to 150” diagonally, which is bigger than any HDTV on the market. Such a large display makes each viewing experience feel like a trip to the movie theater.
HDMI: Connect to More Content
An HDMI port connects high-definition components such as a Blu-ray player, cable box, or Roku Streaming Stick directly to the projector.
- Product number: RPJ116
- Projection technology: 3.97” LCD panel and LED lamp
- Resolution: supports up to 1080p Full HD (1920x1080)
- Native Resolution: 800 x 480
- Brightness: 2,000 lumens
- Projection image size: 30”–150”
- Audio: 2 stereo speakers
- Ports: AV, USB, VGA, HDMI
- LED lamp life: up to 50,000 hours
- Weight: 4lb.
- Product dimensions: 7.9” (W) x 6.2” (D) x 3” (H)
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- For warranty information, contact customer support
In the box: projector, remote control, AC power adapter
At a time when few Americans could imagine listening to voices transmitted into their homes from afar, the Radio Corporation of America helped pioneer the future of both communication and entertainment. The company was cobbled together from diverse radio patents in 1919, but it soon had a concrete representative in millions of American homes: an RCA-branded radio set, often broadcasting shows from RCA’s own network, NBC. Decades later, the company was again on the forefront of innovation, creating the all-electronic color television system that was declared the U.S. standard in 1953. Almost a century after its inception, the brand can still be found in living rooms throughout the U.S., emblazoned on flat-screen televisions, laptops, and tablet computers.
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