Originally Posted by TheronB
It's a data projector, so it won't compare well to cinema/home theater projectors.
Why is it being marketed to home theater similar to the HD141X?
Features of the Optoma HD142x include:
• Accurate, rich colors: with both Rec.709 and sRGB color modes, the Optoma HD142x can deliver rich, true and accurate colors for any content
• Market-leading contrast: 23,000:1: its high contrast ratio means bright whites and dark, detailed blacks in any picture
• 1080p resolution: high-definition resolution translates to incredible picture detail for movies, games and more
• Brightness: With 3,000 lumens of brightness, the HD142x can be used in rooms with moderate ambient light, and can light up larger home screens - or walls
• 3D ready: the Optoma HD142x supports all HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D formats for playback of 3D content for immersive viewing
• Integrated sound: it features a 10-watt speaker for integrated audio/video and ultimately consumer ease of use
• Wireless and device compatibility: MHL devices such as Optoma's HDCast Pro for wireless streaming, Roku Streaming Stick, and smartphones connect directly to enable users to plays music and videos, view pictures and even share other content seamlessly
• Consumer friendly pricing: At only $579 (estimated street price), the Optoma HD142x delivers the best price-per-inch for incredible, large screen high-definition entertainment viewing, whether comparing to an HDTV or another high-definition projector
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