When you have a home theatre setup with a projection screen, you’re naturally going to need a good projector. Ideally you’d want one that’s compact, long lasting, provides good picture quality, and so on.

VANKYO Leisure 3 Projector

The VANKYO Leisure 3 projector has all of those features and more, making it a perfect projector for a home theatre. This projector is compact, but it doesn’t sacrifice performance for size.

Smaller projectors are nice for a number of reasons. First off, if you have to transport it elsewhere for a presentation or to use at a friend’s place, a larger projector can be clunky and unwieldy.

This projector, however, is nice and light, at only 2 pounds. Smaller projectors can also help save space, and can be put in more places so that you can find the optimal spot for it.

When you mount up your projector, you have two main options. You can mount it directly in line with the screen, but that may cause issues in that you might see silhouettes caused by the people sitting in front of it.

However, by mounting it up high, you can avoid any shadows and just enjoy the quality picture. With cheaper projectors, this causes a slight image distortion. This projector has a manual keystone corrector, allowing you to adjust and account for the distortion, and making the image look normal again.

It also has a focus so that you can get the perfect crisp image, no matter what distance you’re mounting it from. One of the downsides of projectors used to be that the fan inside of it would be a bit loud, and it was often annoying trying to listen to your show or movie while it was running.

However, the Leisure 3 has dedicated cooling and noise suppression features, which help reduce this sound greatly, allowing you to enjoy your home theatre more. It supports up to 1080p resolution, which is full HD.

This means your movies and shows will look very clean and realistic, even if you’re sitting a bit close to it. At max size, this projector can display onto screens as large as 170 inches, which should be more than enough for most home theatres.

It accepts all different kinds of inputs, from HDMI and VGA to USB. This allows you to project your computer screen, games, movies, and just about anything that you’d want in your home theatre.


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