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Topic: Best Choice to Pico Projector with at least 300 lumens
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hey guys new here been lurking around have finally boiled my descion down to a few different pico projectors. I have been looking at the vivitek qumi q2, the aaxa p300, and the optoma ml300. I believe all are 300 lumens and all 3d ready. I plan on getting either the optoma 3dxl or the vip 3d heaven 3d converter for my ps3 blueray player. Any suggestions would be great on which I should go with. Using as mostly a on the go and home theater for my bedroom. Thanks for your help in advance...
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Vivitek Q2 could be a nice choice. Vivitek do the DLP projector for a long time, so experience is better!

If you consider to 3D effect, here i know in China, the largest LED projector manufacture--Coolux has one similiar to Vivitek Q2.
But with DLP-Link 3D tech and support 2D to 3D, 3D source direct read from TF-card or U-disk, HDMI1.4A type support blue-ray DVD 3D inupts!

You may search it at google, item model seems called Coolux

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Been thinking better to get at least 500 lumens so now debating on optoma ml500 and the qumi q5 also the aaxa led showtime obviously looking for the best quality picture for a pico
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The LG PF80G, if it comes to the USA, will be the best toy projector that is out there.

Micro-projectors are something I feel pretty strongly about being very weak products, but the 500 lumen+ models out there, provide a decent image for their price tag.

Not as good as any of the home theater models which are similarly priced, but still, for the size, you get a decent product.
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Well there are some pretty good ones out there but they start to get pretty expensive after 200 lumens. LOL. The choices you got are something I'd go with. the P300 you can get for really cheap from aaxa. I think around $349 from their reviewIT thing.
Heres link-> aaxatech . com/reviewprogram.htm

if you want to go to something else I also like the optoma over vivitek. But you can't really go wrong with the options you're considering.