The VAVA VA-LT002 is a Ultra short throw projector. You can cast a 100″ estimated picture from just 7. 2″ away from the divider. Change projection between 80″ – 150″ and appreciate a huge true to life involvement with home
The VAVA VA-LT002 has 4K resolutions with HDR10: feast your eyes on stunning visuals with more profound hues, higher difference, more full immersion, and more keen symbolism. 3000: 1 local differentiation far surpasses the standard 2000: 1 local difference in cinemas
Laser: mechanical evaluations 25,000-hour light life implies you can appreciate the projector as long as 4 hours per day for the following 17 years. Never supplant projector bulbs again
ALPD 3. 0: Patented best in class innovation pairs light effectiveness of standard projectors and is utilized in more than 17, 000 laser theaters around the world.
Coordinated Harman Kardon Soundbar: high-devotion sound with 60W of intensity, DTS-HD, and Dolby Audio.
Specialized Specifications: Projection System Display Type in VAVA VA-LT002: DLP Light Source: Laser (ALPD3.0) Throw Rate: 0.233 Projection Size: up to 150″Resolution: 4K Brightness: 2500 lumen (100%CLO)/6000 lumen (Light Source) Luminance Uniformity: > 88% Contrast Ratio: > 300:1(ANSI)/> 3000:1(FOFO) Color Gamut: Rec.709 Smart TV System System: Android 7.1 App Store: Aptoide
EMMC: 32GBRAM: 2GB Motion Detection: Yes HDR10: Yes Keystone Correction in the projector: Yes (8 point)Electric Focus: Yes Multiscreen: Yes Audio Speaker: Harman Kardon, 60W Bluetooth In: Yes (interfaces with phone) Bluetooth Out: Yes (associates with Bluetooth speaker) Dolby Audio: Yes dts-HD: Yes Interfaces HDMI: 3 USB: 1 Video In: AV3.5 Audio Out: 1 Line out (3.5mm) and 1 S/PDIF RJ45: 1connectivity
Internet: Wired and remote (802.11ac 2.4G/5G 2T2R, with DFS) Bluetooth: BT4.2 (double mode) Power Input: 100 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz Power Consumption of the VAVA VA-LT002 projector: ≤360W Standby Power Consumption: < 0.5W Others Dimensions: 533 x 368 x 107mm Noise: < 32dB Working Temperature: 0 to 40℃ Storage Temperature: – 20 to 65℃
VAVA – Smart Made Simple At VAVA, we carry significant development to present day ways of life. Our speakers, keen cameras, and associated gadgets join grant winning structure with the most cutting-edge innovations to improve the lives of a large number of clients worldwide. What’s in the Box? 1 x 4K Projector VA-LT002 1 x Bluetooth Remote 1 x 1.5m Power Cord x AAA Battery 1 x Cleaning Cloth 1 x Product Manual.
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My Honest VAVA VA-LT002 Laser Projector Review
I’m astounded by how well this projector works. I was looking for a 4K projector and looked at several different models from various manufacturers. I didn’t have to go with a UST projector. In fact, I had narrowed my search to the following: the Epson 5050UB (long throw), the Epson LS500 (ultra short throw), the Optoma P2 (ultra short throw), and the VAVA 4K (a distant fourth) (ultra short throw).
I’d been doing research for months. In fact, I found a secondhand 5040UB projector for a really low price. So I thought I was good to go. I happened to notice the VAVA was on sale at Best Buy for under $2000 one day. I hemmed and hawed all day, but decided to buy it with the idea that if I didn’t like it, I could resell it and make my money back.
At first, I tried these settings with HDR turned on, and the reds blew up. The image was saturated with color, but it did not appear natural. I fiddled with the settings some more, but found that turning off HDR was the best option. Everything looked great after I turned off the HDR! Was this projector worth it now that HDR is one of the biggest selling points of 4K? Yes, I would say. Though HDR isn’t worth anything in this case, the resolution increase is noticeable. On a 100-inch screen, switching between regular Blu-ray and UHD Blu-ray isn’t as subtle as some might have you believe. So, even without HDR, I’d say 4K is well worth it at this size. With the above settings and HDR turned off, I get a clean, natural, and sharp image with no tint or overpowering colors.
Then there’s 3D. I have a sizable collection of 3D Blu-rays. I haven’t upgraded my TV past 1080p because I love 3D and new TVs don’t have it. VAVA VA-LT002 projector’s 3D requires manual switching, which isn’t so bad (about three clicks on the remote). I began with Avatar in 3D. The image appeared as two images, one at the top and one at the bottom of the screen. When I went to the VAVA’s 3D menu, it gave me three options: left-right, top-bottom, and screen encapsulation.
Because the image I saw was split horizontally, I went with top/bottom. My heart skipped a beat. The 3D image that was displayed gave me a severe headache. The image had depth, but it appeared to line up unevenly. It was almost as if I had astigmatism. On top of that, there were green bars at the top and bottom of the image that flickered. This seemed like a deal breaker to me, but I decided to try something else. I experimented with frame encapsulation and voila! The images line up perfectly and impressively. In contrast to my Panasonic plasma 3D TV, there was no ghosting. Outside of the theater, I had never seen 3D this good. The depth was excellent, and the colors were vibrant. Naturally, the image was darker, but I was pleasantly surprised.
Third, there’s fan noise. VAVA VA-LT002 projector has a beautiful sound. I’m good at tuning out distractions, but I can see this being an issue for someone who wants complete silence during quiet scenes in a movie. It doesn’t bother me, and to be honest, I don’t notice it after the first two minutes or so of using the projector. In this regard, the 5040UB unquestionably triumphs. I had no idea it was on just by listening to it.
Fourth, consider the brightness. This projector advertises 6000 lumens, but most professional reviews I’ve read place it closer to 2700 lumens. I use a VAVA ALR screen, which gets a little washed out in direct sunlight, but I can still see the picture. If you will be watching in a brightly lit environment, a light canon such as the Epson LS500 UST projector may be necessary.
Finally, consider the following:
The Epson 5040UB produced a better image, but the VAVA VA-LT002 is more convenient. Though not as good in terms of picture quality, this projector is no slouch. I honestly don’t feel like I missed out on anything by not purchasing a more expensive projector. I’ve seen this projector go for just under $2000 a few times. I have no reservations about recommending it at that price point.
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