Originally Posted by RAVO2
. If your a gamer you probably love movies too, finding one that atleast accommodates a little of both May suit you better than one that is for one purpose only, if gaming is your only purpose I would wait for gt760 review. From what I understand the GT 750 had no input lag at all, I'm very picky and think for me it will be more what am I willing to put up with, or picking the lesser of two evils in one's own opinion I suppose.
The other Optoma projectors outside of the GT range usually only have a frame or a frame and a half of input lag, that's very acceptable even in professional gaming levels.
The biggest problem with the GT series of projectors, for me, is 720p resolution. 1280x720 is just all around low when you're dealing with projection and big screen images (90"+), not to mention if you buy a GT projector now, you're just buying into the past. Blu-Ray is already 1920x1080 and, on a gaming level, all the new systems (PS4 and the One) output in 1080p and are capable of rendering games in 1080p natively... There is really no reason to buy a 720p projector anymore, even if you're gaming.
Originally Posted by JackOften
The replacement bulb on the dh1101 matches the hd25-lv. Wonder if its not another case of changing case colors and selling the hd25-lv as a business model.
I wouldn't doubt this at all. Looks like those who are set on the HD25-LV should really consider the DH1011. I mean, that's like a $400 savings. Though you lose "200" lumens (3000 lumens) compared to the HD25-LV (3200 lumens). But would you notice this, really? That being said, if you wanna be anal about lumens and want those 200 lumens for another $400, you could just get the Optoma EH300, which is around the same price as the HD25-LV, but has an extra 300 lumens (3500) too.