|Hardware Interface||VGA, AV Port, USB, HDMI|
|Standing screen display size||180 Inches|
|Aspect Ratio||16:9, 4:3|
|Noise level||32 dB|
|Total Usb Ports||2|
|Connector Type||VGA, AV, USB, HDMI|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Product Dimensions||32.6 x 22.8 x 10.8 cm; 2.2 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2.2 kg|
|Item Model Number||CL760|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||15 April 2018|
ELEPHAS HD Home Cinema Overhead Video Projector with 3300 Luminous Efficiency LED Projector Support 1080P HDMI USB VGA TV Laptop Smartphone Ideal for Movies Party Games
|Price:||+ $39.84 Delivery|
- Ultimate Visual Experience ELEPHAS CL760 projector is equipped with a 3,300 luminous efficiency LED light and native 1280800 pixels resolution screen. Super Color Technology and 2000:1 contrast ratio delivers superior picture color, you can adjust the picture size from 33" ~ 180" (Best for 130", 2 - 2.5m). Built-in HD decoder chip supports 1080P video input, meets most of your using needs
- HIFI Level Stereo Speaker With built-in amplifier chip and SRS sound, the best sound technology, the built-in HIFI level stereo audio provides larger voice and better movie game experiences (Does not support Dolby sound)
- Updated Cooling System Equipped with an advanced cooling system with heat dispersion, the fan noise is only 32db, the same as a high quality laptop and lower than other normal LED projector, which is more suitable for watching movies or playing games
- Strong Connection Support HDMI/VGA/AV/USB, ELEPHAS CL760 Projector enables to connect to Roku Streaming Stick/ Laptop/ Blue-Ray DVD player/ PS3/ PS4/ Xbox/ TV box via HDMI input; Connect to PC via VGA jack; Hook up to headphone/ outer speakers via Audio port; Insert U-disk/ hard disk device into USB slot. Adapters are required if you connect the projector to a iPad, iPhone or other tablets and smartphones
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ELEPHAS HD HOME VIDEO PROJECTOR!
Visible screen diagonal
180" / 458 cm
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There was no advice on the use of the two supplied threaded adjusters; only a reference to the "four holes for the ceiling mount". However, I found out that you had to remove the two rubber feet at the front, underneath, in order to fit the adjusters. Moreover, the one I tried, was difficult to remove, and was "stuck in"; so I pushed it back. I was reluctant to do anything at this stage in case I damaged any of the other rubber feet.
The picture quality is excellent; as also is the Keystone adjustment. Both are very tight in operation (i.e. no flimsy looseness). The product has excellent build quality.
I finally purchased this product, after having looked at very many on the Amazon website, and on Youtube, etc. In fact I returned one projector to Amazon because the focus knob was rather flimsy in operation; the keystone correction was poor, and there was no means for fitting to a tripod.
With the CL760 (which incidentally also does not have an option to fit a tripod) I decided to use a projector tray holder, which I can mount on my photographic tripod. The tray was purchased from Amazon. This works very well, and I recommended it for use with this 760 projector, or any other suitable projector.
I would have liked the CL760 to have been provided with an SD Card slot, but the two USB ports; two HDMI ports, the AV port, and the audio output, provide for a wide range of connectivity.
One can hear the fan, but with a movie on, it is not a nuisance.
If the lens is out far, then the sliding cover will hit it if you try to return it, but this is not a big issue. The cover does, in fact, usefully protect the lens when the projector is not in use.
There is a cover inserted in the base, and this cover is held in by means of a screw. It is shown in the good quality instruction book, but no reference is made to it. This arrangement is similar to that found on children's toys which require batteries for operation. Nothing is written on the said cover; hence my question to Elephas.
I am very favourably impressed with this well made projector, and recommend purchase. From the nature of their response to my questions and observations, and the fact that they offered a refund of some money or a complete refund on Return of the product, I feel that they are an excellent Company.
This is a summary of Elephas Trade's answer to my questions:
They said that if some rubbers were ‘stuck in, "please clean them with a blade or something. We have had feedback on this issue to our factory and hope to improve, and solve, this issue". They apologised for the product not having an SD slot, and mentioned that this kind of projector is bigger than ordinary projectors, so the fan sound will be louder. The cover which I referred to, can be removed so that you can then clean the inside dust "using Cotton swabs". However, you must ensure that the projector is unplugged from the Mains supply before doing this. and take all other necessary precautions. I believe that this could represent a safety issue and Elephas should place clear safety instructions on the said cover.
I've owned projectors that have cost 4+ times as much as this one; although the picture quality isn't as good as those, the difference isn't as great as you'd imagine looking at the price.
- Good sharpness (except when keystone adjustment is used)
- Brightness is decent - comparing with my previous Optoma DLP projector, ~3000 lumens seems plausible which means it's usable in low daylight or low artificial light but isn't really any good in bright daylight.
- Inputs all work nicely without glitches
- Projector runs cool - a nice big heat sink with heat-pipes are visible through the outlet grill.
- Menus are simple but functional.
- Remote is neat and responsive, as are the buttons on the projector itself.
- Build quality is good
- Built in lens cover
- No zoom on the lens so the projected size can only be controlled by altering the throw (the menu does have the ability to "shrink" the image digitally though)
- Colours are somewhat muted and has a tendency towards blue even with colour and tone controls adjusted.
- Contrast is rather "harsh", somewhat less so after adjustment. I'd imagine the measured contrast ratio would be rather poor.
- Not terribly quiet - average for projectors I have experienced.
- Using the (optical) keystone adjustment inevitably causes top or bottom of the image to lose focus, so it is best to mount the projector head-on to the screen so the adjustment isn't needed.
- The ceiling mounting screw holes are underneath the feet; it is necessary to rip off the self-adhesive feet to expose the holes.
One of the key things that attracted me to this projector was its brightness rating of 3,300 Lumens - a lot more than similar projectors at this price, as well as the space-saving design.
It fits really nicely on the edge of a desk, and looks professional. One of my favorite features about it is the handy lens cap - which just slides over the projection window - this prevents any unwanted dust coating it, as well as potential scratches.
This projector has great connectivity, 2 USB ports, 2 HDMI's,an aux out, as well as a VGA port. Included in the box is a HDMI cable to get you started.
It's easy to use.. the included remote control allows you to control it, choosing files off of the USB ports, changing the source, as well as turning the volume up and down.
Focusing the projector takes about 5 seconds, and the picture is actually pretty good. This is advertised as a "Movie Projector", and yes, movies are definitely watchable on it. I wouldn't recommend it for gaming as such, but for movies it really does enhance the experience. Of course, as with any projector, you should try to use it in a dark room, but this isn't always possible - and it's got enough brightness to do so adequately. It has a decent amount of clarity, but you must remember is only 720p, so obviously the image won't be as crisp as on a TV... but that's not the point - the point is you can watch your movies on a 120 inch screen...
The audio from the speakers is acceptable, but any external speaker (attached with an Aux cord) would easily be better, this is what I personally did - this also helps with making it loud enough to counter the fan noise.
Tl;dr - Overall then, I would recommend this if you're looking for something to watch TV/Movies on - it's got great brightness, decent image quality, and excellent connectivity potential
Being an owner of a premium BenQ projector, I was given the task to find a cheap one for my family. Looking at the price of the product you should be aware that this won't be a premium high quality cinematic style projector. For a projector of that quality you will be looking to spend more than £500.
I was quite impressed for the price of this projector you can get 720P HD. A lot of projectors I looked at stated they supported full HD (1080P) however, due to their native resolution they would project SD. This isn't the case for this projector so it ticked the box there. The colour quality is where you see the difference between a premium projector compared to this one. It comes across very blue and unnatural. I have tried changing the settings and found the 'warm' setting works best but it's still not great. Whilst its tolerable watching movies, projecting your laptop desktop or phone screen just doesn't look right.
The projector comes with a useful remote, HDMI cable, AV cable, cleaning cloth, 2 adjustable feet and a manual. It comes with a build in lens cover which was very handy. It also has very easy to use focus and keystone adjustor. In terms of noise I would say the projector is a bit louder than my BenQ. The sound quality from the projector is pretty good but you may prefer to use better external speakers.
I have used it with my laptop via HDMI and via a USB stick. To play movies off the USB stick you will need to use the remote to play in full screen rather than the controls on the projector as you need to press the play button.
One of the annoyances I found with this projector is that it projects quite low so you will need to use the adjustable feet. However, even with them attached I still found I had to place the projector a meter off the ground to get anywhere near a decent viewing angle. It's a projector that may be better suited attached to the ceiling as it's not easy finding something at least a meter off the ground to place it on.
To attach the adjustable feet, you literally have to peel off the rubber protectors on the base of the projector. Don't be afraid to dig your nails in and use a bit of force as they have a sticky backing and won't come off otherwise.
Overall though it is a well priced projector which will work well for watching movies. If the projector had built in WiFi, it would make this product more appealing, however I have tested a 3rd party chrome cast device that did work on it.