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Aaxa 4k1 Home Entertainment Projector Review-Summary

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Summary

The AAXA 4k1 mini projector is a good value if you are looking for LED 4k resolution in a small form factor. There are not many options to deliver a 200” full 4K UHD image for $999. It is small enought that you may use it as your go to projector for Football or movie night outside. As it has a 30,000 hour lightsource. This could be the last projector you ever buy.

The Home entertainment experience with the aaxa 4k1 mini projector will be great. Huge 4k1 image, that is wonderfully saturated. You may see some ultra reds and some really red lips, but if you purchase it, you may find the time to adjust that user setting. You could also enjoy it on Standard in Eco mode and be very happy with your purchase. Overly saturated Reds and Greens are a great tradeoff for 30k hours of use. You can see from the images above, the picture is great. Most viewers won’t bat an eyelash at the items I have pointed out. It was very enjoyable to watch.

Pros

Pro’s

  • 1500 LED Lumens ( very saturated colors) Easily fill a 200″ screen.
  • 4K UHD $999!
  • DLP, crisp clear pixels
  • 30,000-hour Lightsource, 10,000 3 hour movies! and that just to the halfway point.
  • Small easily portable, take it outside, put it away when needed.
  • Electric Zoom, easy to adjust if ceiling mounted or in the back of the room.
  • Onboard media player
  • 2 x 2W speakers
  • 1.2 throw ratio lens, with an electric focus.

Con’s

  • Can not view an image while adjusting user settings
  • Fan Noise is loud in bright and boost mode
  • External power supply, need to address if you want to mount it
  • Remote, seems fragile and has a narrow area where it works.
  • Turned on randomly when connected to a source (HDMI CEC off)