Think about it. There are lots of devices you can hook up 4K UHD Blu-ray players, Roku sticks, regular Blu-ray players, game consoles, satellite or cable box, specialty devices… Myself, at one point I had 7 HDMI devices going through my AV receiver, but that’s only partially because I’m a reviewer, I had an Apple TV, my PS4, the DirecTV box, and three different 4K UHD Blu-ray players at one time, although I rely on my current best- that being the Sony UBP1000ES.
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So, it’s great to see those 3 HDMIs. They are all 2.0 HDMI, with HDCP 2.2 copy protection. Be sure to use high-quality HDMI cables, that is very important with 4K content. (18 Ghz.)
In addition, there’s a USB which is used in conjunction with the media player, put in a USB thumb drive with photos or videos. This VAVA claims to support all of these:
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG4 ASP, and MJPEG codecs and can read DAT, MPEG, MPG, TS, M2V, DVD ISO, TS, TP, VOB, AVI, MP4, MOV, and 3GP containers, as well as various Jpg/jpeg and other still image formats. I would have liked a raw mode, so I could project my.CR2 Canon camera formatted hi-res images, without converting first, but I can’t think of any projector that could do that. Some day – please!