GooDee 1080P HD Video Home Theater Projector

Last updated date: October 6, 2020

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9.0

GooDee 1080P HD Video Home Theater Projector

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We looked at the top Home Theatre Projectors and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Home Theatre Projector you should buy.

Editor's Note October 6, 2020:
Checkout The Best Home Theater Projector for a detailed review of all the top home theatre projectors.

Overall Take

This home theater projector has been upgraded to provide a picture that's 80% brighter than other models. The bulbs are also energy efficient and designed to last for 50,000 hours before needing to be replaced. Additionally, you'll find a set of focus dial that allow you to get the image just right.


In our analysis of 11 expert reviews, the GooDee GooDee 1080P HD Video Home Theater Projector placed 3rd when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

2020 UPGRADED BRIGHTENESS: As GooDee best seller projector, we improved the brightness, added 80% brighter than other ordinary projectors. 3000: 1 contrast ratio provides a brighter image and wider viewing even in slight light or outdoor place such as Backyard, Garage and Camping. 1080P SUPPORTED & LATEST COOLING SYSTEM: Supporting 1080P Full HD with 1280*768p native resolution, offers a ultra accurate & vivid video quality. We adopt the newest cooling system, improved fan design and the application of innovative materials to reduce the noise, extend the bulb life time, create a quieter and warmer environment. 230" MAX SCREEN & INTERNAL HI-FI STEREO: Giant 230 inches display size with an aspect ratio of 16: 9/4: 3. The viewing screen is 44"-230" with distance 4. 9ft-18ft, 98" screen with distance 10ft is optimal. Complete your home theater equipment with 2 built-in 3W speakers. GooDee updated HI-FI Stereo with SRS sound system, provides fantastic powerful and crystal listening experience even without external speakers. CONNECT YOUR MULTIMEDIA DEVICES ANYTIME, ANYWHERE: Comes with 2*HDMI/2*USB/VGA/AV ports, this video projector can easily connect with TV Box, Fire Stick TV, Chromecast, PC, laptop, tablet, external speakers, Xbox, DVD player, PS3, PS4, USB stick, media players, iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone and etc. Perfect for playing video, TV series, presentation, outdoor movie, gaming and etc. 5 YEARS FACTORY SUPPORT: GooDee provides 5 years for the projector. If you're not completely satisfied with the order, please let us know and you'll be offered a refund or replacement alternatively within the first 2 months. Lifetime professional customer service & Technical. Absolutely risk-free purchase for you. Resolution: Full HD 1080p.

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9.0
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An Overview On Home Theatre Projectors

Home theaters and offices have long relied on projectors to provide content. For home theaters, though, projectors remain popular for their ability to provide high-quality video on oversized screens. You can access a wide range of projectors in varying prices, from high-powered units designed to be mounted, to moderately-priced units that are portable while also providing crisp images.

As you start projector shopping, you’ll probably experience some technology that’s unfamiliar, especially if you haven’t paid much attention to TV technology in recent years. The biggest thing to consider is 4K Ultra HD versus 1080P. While 1080P is high definition, it consists of only 1920 by 1080 pixels, whereas 4K Ultra HD has 3840 by 2160 pixels. The term “4K” comes from the horizontal pixels, which at 3,840 is close to 4,000.

Will you notice a difference? A 4K TV has nearly four times the pixels on a screen when compared to a 1080P TV. But projectors aren’t TVs, so when you’re talking about 4K capabilities in this arena, it’s actually a chip built into the projector. The small size of that chip in projectors makes this challenging, which is why 4K projectors are still less common than 1080P.

However, some projector manufacturers have made up for that by creating technology that can give the appearance of 4K Ultra HD. This provides a far better picture than you would have had if you went with a strictly 1080P projector. But there are more factors contributing to the picture a projector outputs than whether it’s 4K or 1080P. When looking at projectors, it’s especially important to choose one that can handle the room in which you’ve chosen to use it.

If, like many consumers, you’re buying a projector for a movie room, you’ll need one that can display dark colors expertly even with the absence of light in the room. Much harder to find, though, is a projector that handles a well-lit room well. Knowing in advance that you’re putting this demand on your projector will help you choose one that provides a beautiful picture for years to come.

The Home Theatre Projector Buying Guide

  • If you want the best picture, you’ll need to look for 4K Ultra HD technology. LG’s HU80KA offers 4K Ultra HD resolution that provides a crisp, vivid image. However, other projectors use technology to upscale a 1080p chip to 4K resolution. JVC’s eShift5 technology converts 1080p sources to 4K with great results.
  • The contrast ratio is also important, especially if you’ll be using it in a dark room like a home theater. The JVC’s high contrast ratio can battle many 4K projectors, with deeper blacks and more detail in darkly lit scenes.
  • Color accuracy is also important in a projector. If a scene has flesh tones that come across as yellow, it can disrupt the viewing experience. The GooDee 1080P HD Video Home Theater Projector has impressive color accuracy.
  • Projectors are built to work with external components, so ports should be a big part of your decision. JVC’s projector has two full-speed HDMI 2.2-compatible inputs that can convert 1080p content to HDMI. Compare that to the other projectors, which have only one HDMI input. It’s 2.0-compatible, but it provides only 10.2 Gbps compared to JVC at 18 Gbps. Although 10.2 Gbps may suffice for now, you’ll probably begin to notice the difference in a couple of years as technology improves.
  • Once you get your projector, you’ll need to install it. Although you can pay extra for professional installation, chances are you can set them up yourself. The JVC’s built-in presets for various needs make it easy to do it yourself.
  • In some cases, you may want to mount your projector from a ceiling. If this is the case, check to make sure you’ll have the mount you need. JVC projectors need a specific type of mount, and it isn’t included with the unit. The weight of the LG makes it difficult to suspend from ceilings, while other models work with universal mounts.
  • Before you buy, consider where you’ll be using the projector. If you’re dealing with a smaller space, look for a projector that uses a shorter-throw lens that helps it project a larger-size image in a small room. The JVC also works better in a home theater room, as do many projectors.
  • If you’re looking for a projector you can pack up and take with you, the YABER Y30 Native 1080P Home Theater Projector may be the best option. At only six pounds, it’s easy to transport. The other projectors could be transported, as well, but the size of some may make them less desirable for toting around or packing away when you’re not using them.
  • These days, apps are an important part of any video experience. The LG has exclusive Smart TV streaming, which means you can hook the projector up and access content from providers like Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Prime. With the other projectors, you’ll need a streaming stick for the same functionality.
  • Of course, you’ll want to keep your budget in mind when purchasing a home theater projector. You’re sure to find one to fit your budget, no matter how big or small.