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Z4 Aurora Projector

Home Theater In A Box used to mean one of those all-in-one crates from Best Buy that had a receiver and a slew of speakers inside. The Z4 Aurora Projector is out to redefine the term, by pairing a powerful image with high-quality audio in a single package. The DLP projector has a native resolution of 720p with support for 4K sources, supports a maximum screen size of 300 inches, and offers keystone correction for ease of setup. Audio is handled by a built-in Harman/Kardon system that gets the most out of the source material, whether it's streamed to the Android-powered box wirelessly, mirrored from a phone or PC, or inputted over HDMI. At 700 lumens, it's not ideal for a well-lit rooms, but if you were looking for something to run your dedicated theater or power your backyard movie nights, it's more than up to the task, and easily portable, as well.

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