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        Q: Uisng a projector to watch films?
A: I think the answering is , 'No ' .   1 ) The indigenous resolution is only 800x600 , this meant that its 'SVGA ’ . This is a very popular resolution today , because of its appealing pricing . But it 's not good sufficiently to display high resolution DVD/HD films .   2 ) The indigenous aspect ratio is 4:3 , all new DVD/HD films 've got the aspect ratio 16:9 . Though this projector supports 16:9 , a indigenous 16:9 aspect ratio is better .   3 ) Though the Brightness - 1800 ANSI lumens - is advantageous sufficiently , I recommend to go for a brightness values above 2000 ANSI lumens ( 2500 or 3000 ) .   Anyway if the abovementioned detail 're not a big of issues of concern for you , this will be your very bestest betting from a costs viewpoint . 

Q: How to watch tv on my projector?
A: I am not familiar with connexions on modern-day devices , but I know you are able buy a DVD player with a tuner , and you are able get a TV tuner card for a computer . You can certainly connect a notebook to a projector and I 'm pretty convinced you are able connect a dvd player to one too . The cheapest way maybe it is be purchased a compact VCR and just use the tuner section to be transmitted a signalling to the projector . 

Q: Remote Control Projector For Android?
A: cell telephones use various tech than television remotes .  there is also possible an app for your cable supplier for their servicing which is working thru the web , you required to verify your provider web site for htis tho .