“I've had this unit for proably 8 years and am on my 2nd lamp -> the first actually just lost brightness after about 6,000 hours. Everything I've wanted in a projector.” --septemous
“I purchased this to use as a very large PC monitor. Of course this made it a smart TV before TVs were smart. The first one ran for about 750 hours and quite. I bought a new bulb but it was the power supply. So there I sat with a new bulb and a good used one so what was I to do but buy a used one. The second one has a much cleaner - truer display and takes much longer cooling everything...” --LowGear
“I was replacing my older InFocus IN72 DLP that had not been in service for a couple of years. I decided to set my theater up again (after a couple of moves) and when I did there was a large white stripe on the right side of the display. That sent me shopping for something budget oriented with decent quality, easy on the wallet. I leaned on many of the other reviewers that spoke highly of this...” --savrip
“I first bought this, brought it home could not wait projected on a biege wall and was amazed few months later I projected on my DIY 110 black out cloth sceen and loved it everyone that comes over is amazed set up was a breeze, I made my own cieling mount out of lexan with screws for adjusting right out of the box the levels were ok just need some fine tuning I used one of those setup help...” --White fish
Full 3D 1080p, White Chassis, 18,000:1 contrast, 2500 lumens, dual HDMI, 10W audio, 1 year warranty, 90 day warranty lamp
The HD8300 itself is quite handsome with delicate sloping lines that streamline and disguise its larger size. The HD8300 measures 19 inches wide by seven and a half inches tall by 14 and a half inches deep and it tips the scales at a robust, but not unmanageable, 18 and a half pounds. Behind the scenes, the HD8300 boasts some nice features beginning with PureMotion4D processing, which is...
“This is my second projector, the first being the Optoma HD20. My comparisons therefore are only in relation to that venerable sub-$1000 projector. I am projecting on to a "96 Stewart screen at 1.5X in a room controlled Man Cave built in the basement of my home. Viewing distance is 9 feet with the projector mounted 3 feet above seating distance. To answer the first obvious question, yes the...” --jamnperry
Optoma HD8200 Home Theater Projector Product Description The Optoma HD8200 represents the finest in home theater technologies. Utilizing a 1080p DLP DMD chipset from Texas Instruments and Optoma's exclusive PureMotion Technology, the HD8200 delivers excellent color saturation and subtle details by smoothing motion and reducing judder. Combining amazing motion processing, ISFccc Day and...
GrayWolf II is an innovative new high-contrast, gray-base screen able to deliver impressive1.8 gain, designed ideally for home theaters. The stylish housing allows flush mounting to theceiling or wall, with standard IEC power plug and integrated 12 volt trigger, for quick setup.
Brightness (Lumens) : 1600 ANSI Color Light Output (Lumens) : ** Contrast (Full On/Off) : 50000:1 Variable Iris: Yes Audible Noise: 29.0 dB Weight: 19.0 lbs Size (inches) (HxWxD) : 6.5 x 16.9 x 13.4 Optional Lenses: DOES NOT COME WITH LENS Optoma BX-DL080 Fixed Lens Optoma BX-DL200 Zoom Lens Optoma BX-DL300 Zoom Lens Digital Zoom: ** Digital Keystone: Vertical Lens...