Amazon.sg:Customer reviews: AAXA M6 Full HD Micro LED Projector with Built-in Battery - Native 1920 x 1080p FHD Resolution, 1200 Lumens, 30,000 Hour LEDs, Onboard Media Player, Business/Home Theater Use
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Excellent portable projector for presenters and trainers on-the-road. I've run courses in cold, damp, and sweaty rugby club changing rooms projecting my PowerPoint presentations and documents on a yellow wall in a brightly lit room. It works well in more comfortable training environments too, with a clear, crisp image on either a wall or a white screen. I find that I get a good image at up to 3 metres away, providing a large enough image for people at the back of the room to easily see the contents.
It's easy to set up and connect to, has a clear and bright light, even when running in Eco mode when running on battery (up to 90 minutes; rechargeable battery). In the brightest mode, it displays well on even off-white or lightly coloured walls (yellow, beige, light blue).
I've connected numerous devices to it using HDMI and VGA cables. I've found that for most of my devices HDMI provides the best resolution and aspect ratio (widescreen) which suits my PowerPoint presentations. I primarily use the loudspeakers on my Macbook Pro though the internal speaker is loud enough even in mid-size rooms (seating 10 to 15 people).
The padded carrying case is good for carrying the projector when on-the-road, bouncing around the car and protects it well. In the case, there's a remote control, and a composite audio/video cable (RCA), as well as a power plug. You will need your own HDMI and VGA cables, and I urge you to get good quality ones.
The connectivity options are good, especially for a portable projector, with HDMI, VGA, and RCA connectors. I only use the HDMI and VGA connectors. It supports USB and TF cards too. I have high-quality HDMI and VGA cables, and good quality dongles (USB C to HDMI/VGA) for my laptops and portable devices. I had a dongle that I thought was good fail me at higher resolutions and a widescreen aspect ratio when connecting my MacBook Pro.
Is this the perfect device?! Almost. The projector doesn't have keystone correction, which in my case is fine as I always travel with a Manfrotto camera tripod to mount the projector on. It's a shame that it lacks HDMI and VGA cables as most devices you'll connect to it when on-the-road use either HDMI or VGA. It's an excellent presentation projector, though it has certain colour artefacts (colour-bleeding?) that are noticeable when watching movies on it (it's still great for watching movies on, on hotel and B & B room ceilings).
In case it helps: The devices I use that I know work well, both using HDMI and VGA, are a MacBook Pro 15" (Mac OS X) from 2018, a GPD Pocket 2 (Windows 10 and Linux Mint), and a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G (Android 9). I run presentations and movies on all devices using this projector.
Nessuna regolazione del trapezio. Colori troppo saturi immagine di qualità bassa ... per il prezzo pagato troverete di molto meglio . Nessun software di terze parti (Netflix ecc ) solo la regolazione audio e video .
Returned this product because there was no keystone correction. It would be difficult to setup on a boardroom table without this feature. I would expect more from an $875.00 projector. If the fix is to carry a tripod then you might as well purchase a slightly bigger projector with keystone correction.
Wonderful for the price. You can get an HD projector for $599.00 what's not to like? Well I'll get to a couple of things at the end
Remember, you get what you pay for!
I bought this primarily as a business projector, giving product presentations, updates, talking to analysts, investors and so forth. It comes with a handy carrying case and I used an HDMI cable (not included) to hook it up to my Apple Macbook Pro. Picture is very good, bright, very sharp and I use my slides in 16:9 mode so an HD projector works well for me, I can also use it to view movies, TV, etc.
It is light and easy to carry although the finish will get, and show fingerprints, smudges, etc. It will run on batteries too, a nice feature for someone who wants to have a portable projector with them as well as a laptop, no electrical power required to go about your business. The internal battery also provides another nice feature, when running on battery it is quiet. Yep, plugged in it is noisy. Too noisy to really want to listen to. I mean you could but I don't think you'd want to watch a movie, TV show, Youtube video, etc while it is plugged in. If you are thinking about it strictly as a home entertainment projector you may want to look elsewhere.
One other drawback, it is manual focus, so be aware you'll have to tweak it when moving it around.
Pros: Bright Crisp picture Detailed - letters sharp and easy to read Color looks good Light Comes with a case Battery operated Easily portable
This is the best projector for the money. It's small and very bright. When it's in Bright mode, it is loud, in Standard mode, the noise is acceptable, it is totally quiet in Eco mode. Eco mode is not bright enough unless the room is quite dark. I found most and almost all of the time I am using Standard mode, it's bright enough for a lit room. The speakers are loud enough so you don't have to bring an external or Bluetooth speaker wherever you go. The throw distance is also pretty good. Menu is easy to navigate. A lot of people complained about the extra red color on people's face when showing movies, but that didn't bother me much. Perhaps because I didn't pay much attention to it.
Now on to how to make this projector really useful. This projector comes with a built-in battery. It can project up to 1 1/2 hours in Eco mode, and only works in Eco mode. As I mentioned above, the projector is not bright enough in this mode, and what do you do? You definitely should order a 50000mAh power bank. Don't order just any power bank, but order the one one made by TSSUCCESS ($120) Why? Because some of the power banks may have the same 50000mAh, but not enough Amps to power the projector. This projector draws 19.5v 4.62A, the TSSUCCESS can output up to 20V 4.74A. Most the power banks only output up to 4A, they will shutdown if you put the projector on Bright mode. With this external battery, you can power the projector in Standard mode for close to 2 1/2 hours (2hrs. 28 mins.), 1 1/2 in hours in Bright mode. You can have an outdoor or beach party anytime with this battery and the projector. I plan to order another battery, with 2 50000mAh batteries, I can have even a football (I have a HD TV tuner which can be powered by the same battery with its USB slot) party outdoor, anywhere I go.
If you want to impress your friends how small your projector is, you've got to order the " BAGSMART Electronics Travel Organizer Bag." The AAXA M6 and the power adapter fit perfectly in this case. The bag comes with the projector is probably small enough for most people, but I prefer an even smaller case.
Last but not least. Since the projector doesn't come with a lens cover, I purchased some "Vinyl Plastic Circle Stickers Erasable Removable Chalkboard Labels" as lens cover (outside of the lens). These stickers can be reused many time, you can replace with a new one when they don't stick anymore.
I tried to like this little guy, like other reviews said yes the fans can be loud but if paying a movie its not noticeable. Its really bright especially for its size and 1080P makes those large screen sizes doable and still sharp. Works great in ambient light.... But here is the issue that is making me return it... Its not the lack of keystone correction(that's annoying) its that whatever chip they are using for the projector it makes its color reproduction horrible!!! I mean its just plain bad!! I can not watch a movie on this as the colors are so distorted... When plugging in to my laptop even the basic windows desktop (windows 10) the flowers background look so bad that I can not stand it... I have had projectors for years and even a projector from over 20 years ago had better color reproduction than this... I would also gripe that the fact it can only support a 32GB USB drive is annoying too, I have another LG unit that I can plug my 4tb HDD in and play all my files right off of it. This projector would make a good portable PowerPoint presentation but that's not me... I just can not get over the colors... I am sending this one back... I also believe that something that should be considered in a micro projector is that short throw is preferred normally a smaller projector will be used in a small room... Its not a bid deal but in a dorm room (or equivalent) to get a 100" screen this needs to be pretty far back. I tried to love this its brightness and resolution almost won me over, I could live without keystone correction but the color reproduction is just too bad for me... And I find the onboard media player worthless...
This is my second Aaxa projector and I really love this one. For a projector that shows 1200 lumens, its much brighter than I expected. I have a generic projector that claims to deliver 2500 lumens and the M6 is much brighter and has better contrast. Aaxa has a good and clean menu system and very easy to use. Besides using for business presos, I use this for movies and so halloween special effects. Its works great. If there was one ding, it would be the that the fan is a little noisy, but I have yet to find a projector with a really quiet fan. Its no worst than any other projector though. With today's advances in technology, I think all vendors could improve in this area. Also, the M6 came with a nice case, which is a bonus and one less accessory I need to buy. I have no regrets, this is a perfect projector for my use case from a trusted vendor that I can count on if any problems were to arise.