I have had these items for about two years now but am now itching for a 1080P projector.
Both have been stellar performers in a smoke-free home.
Both items will be shipped in their original boxes.
I don’t know where the manuals are (or even if they came with manuals) since I download manuals.
3D glasses and HDMI cables are not included since I’ll be needing them for my new projector.
Optoma HD66: Slightly over 500 hours on the original lamp (rated at 4000 hours), zero failed pixels, remote control included. One of the least-known features provided by this projector is support for the older field-sequential 3D discs such as HAUNTED CASTLE and ENCOUNTERS IN THE THIRD DIMENSION. These older discs do not require a 3D player. They work using the connection to the VGA input. I never unwrapped the component-to-VGA cables and the composite cables, so they are part of the package.
Optoma 3D-XL: Used to convert HDMI 1.4 3D input from my custom HTPC and my Samsung 3D Blu-ray player. A converter box such as this one is needed if you want to connect the HD66 to a Blu-ray 3D player. It has worked flawlessly since Day One. I have not applied any firmware upgrades since my original purchase, so the box supports conversion of side-by-side and frame packing but not top-and-bottom. Since I don’t have any cable or satellite 3D, I have no use for top-and-bottom conversion. My understanding is that a firmware upgrade is available for top-and-bottom, and it can be applied through the USB port, but I have not investigated this point further.
I’m selling both of these as a package for $500 plus $30 for shipping. If you’ve been looking to try out 3D in your home and don’t want to break the bank, look no further.