Optoma HD200X 1500 ANSI 350:1 ANSI Contrast Full HD 1080p DLP Projector + Optoma Panoview 84in Manual Pull Down 16:9 Projection Screen £789 @ Oyyy - HotUKDeals
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The Optoma HD200X projector - designed specifically for 1080P High Definition Home Cinema and gaming.

The Optoma HD200X projector is specifically designed for 1080P High Definition Home Cinema and gaming. Optoma video expertise and Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing combine to produce High Definition images of breathtaking clarity with vibrant, perfectly balanced natural colour and outstanding detail.

The Optoma HD200X HD 1080p home cinema projector delivers the kind of picture quality associated with the best digital cinema performance around the world. With a digital HDMI signal you can create a true digital projection system that produces a spectacular Full HD cinematic experience in your own home. A masterful collaboration of Full HD DLP® technology from Texas Instruments and Optoma design produces a stunningly bright image with perfectly balanced vivid colour, crystal clarity and the exceptional light and shade detail only possible with a high ANSI contrast projector.

Is the Optoma HD200X projector the right HD 1080p projector for you?
Full HD 1080p for unrivalled sound and picture quality

2 HDMI v1.3 connectors offer versatility

1920 x 1080 maximum displayable resolution

24 frames per second ensures fluid, blur free picture

Massive 472in (diagonal) screen size really brings the action to you

Easy to set up and use - simply 'plug and play'
If you're a HD movie or gaming enthusiast, the Optoma HD200X HD 1080p projector is a must have HD 1080p projector.
Optoma HD200X Full HD 1080p Projector & 84in Screen Specification
Resolution FULL HD 1080P
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Contrast 350:1 ANSI
Brightness 1500
Noise Level 29
Video Compatibility PAL, SECAM, NTSC, HD (1080P, 1080i, 720P)
Keystone Correction Vertical
Throw Ratio 1.50 - 1.8 (Projection Distance/Image Width)
Projection Screen Size 0.96 - 7.64 (16:9 Diagonal)
Projection Distance 1.5 - 12.5
Dimensions (W x D x H) 324x234x97
Weight 2.9
Power Supply Input: 110 - 220v Consumption: 220W Max Standby <1W
Lens Shift N/A
ANSI Contrast
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#1
i think projector point have a similar deal too
#2
warning on this one tho ansi lumens is very low - 1500 so unless you have a very dark room where you are putting this you'll get a rubbish picture
#3
derbydan;7242502
warning on this one tho ansi lumens is very low - 1500 so unless you have a very dark room where you are putting this you'll get a rubbish picture

I should think 1500 lumens would manage a decent TV/PS3/360 image with ambient light. My old AE700 at 1000 lumens wasn't but my newer PJ at 1800 lumens is extremely bright.

Don't forget when you are watching a dedicated 'Movie' mode that the projector output should drop to 300-500 lumens anyway to recreate those movie colours and blacks. Dynamic, or high brightness modes, are typically only useful for TV and video gaming.

This seems like a good deal but I would highly recommend people demo this projector first as many people (my wife and I included) suffer the dreaded DLP rainbow and cannot use this technology.
#4
Have seen this projector in action and can highly recommend.

Just wish I had the £800 to spend :roll: Will just have to do with my optoma hd700x :)
#5
Very very good price indeed, should be hotter!
#6
Ferengi;7242605
I should think 1500 lumens would manage a decent TV/PS3/360 image with ambient light. My old AE700 at 1000 lumens wasn't but my newer PJ at 1800 lumens is extremely bright.


Ahh, I'm still using my AE500 at a mere 850 lumens. Great in a dark room but useless without the curtains drawn. It still impresses anyone who pops round for a few beers :thumbsup:

I was gutted when the AE700 came out shortly after purchase. The lens shift would have been really useful for my room layout :-(
Did you sell it after your upgrade?
#7
This is a very good deal for 1080p which will start filtering to consumers on the mass market, Desirable upgrade for the Optoma HD65, including a 84" screen is an excellent bonus. :thumbsup:


sunil1234
i think projector point have a similar deal too



Any links for this, they must have sold out fast, now outa stock.
#8
We have the optoma HD65 which is amazing! Although I would like to upgrade to 1080p once the price drops a bit more (although I would have bought this at £700 without the screen).

With regards to the rainbow problem, I noticed it really bad when I first got mine, to the point I nearly took it back! . However after about 4 weeks of watching a couple of films a week I stopped noticing it as much - now after nearly a year I dont notice it at all.
#9
derbydan
warning on this one tho ansi lumens is very low - 1500 so unless you have a very dark room where you are putting this you'll get a rubbish picture


what a daft UNEDUCATED comment, this is one of the best 1080p projectors under £1k and the same as the HD20 but just marketing diff by Optoma. Have u got one, i have! Have you read the reviews?
#10
Romi
This is a very good deal for 1080p which will start filtering to consumers on the mass market, Desirable upgrade for the Optoma HD65, including a 84" screen is an excellent bonus. :thumbsup:





Any links for this, they must have sold out fast, now outa stock.


no not out of stock

http://www.projectorpoint.co.uk/projectors/Optoma_HD200X.html
#11


Worthy of a deal post.
#12
sunil1234
what a daft UNEDUCATED comment, this is one of the best 1080p projectors under £1k and the same as the HD20 but just marketing diff by Optoma. Have u got one, i have! Have you read the reviews?


no i don't have one but i work in the industry and sell these kind of projectors on a regular basis mainly for use in pubs ect and find the sanyo projectors although they cost allitle more are much superior and last alot longer also :thumbsup: :whistling:
#13
derbydan you shouldnt post stuff unless youve tested what you say.i have the hd65 same lumens as this and i can see it even on the brightest day with just a light pair of curtains and still have to turn the brightness down abit.
#14
No projector is meant to be used in a brightly sunlit room. The picture quality will be good in a dim room (curtains closed) at 1500 lumens, and obviously the darker the room the better. I have the Optoma GT-7000 which at 1600 Ansi Lumens gives a stunning 720p picture in a dimmed room during the daytime. I should imagine this projector to be even better, and once the price drops a little more then I may consider upgrading. Hot!
#15
derbydan
no i don't have one but i work in the industry and sell these kind of projectors on a regular basis mainly for use in pubs ect and find the sanyo projectors although they cost allitle more are much superior and last alot longer also :thumbsup: :whistling:


well a pub isnt someones living room or garage conversion or bedroom.

This deal is for a specific product at a given price, there will always be something better and longer lasting but the way you post is to scare people off an excellent projector and all becuase you sell another make for a different market. I had people sell me houses, cars and double glazing. None of them knew what they were talking about either:p
#16
sunil1234
well a pub isnt someones living room or garage conversion or bedroom.

This deal is for a specific product at a given price, there will always be something better and longer lasting but the way you post is to scare people off an excellent projector and all becuase you sell another make for a different market. I had people sell me houses, cars and double glazing. None of them knew what they were talking about either:p


you get me all wrong i just think out of all the ones my company sell / have sold including optoma, mitsubishi benq and sanyo, sanyo have always been the best imo but this would be an ok alternative for say a garage conversion
#17
derbydan
you get me all wrong i just think out of all the ones my company sell / have sold including optoma, mitsubishi benq and sanyo, sanyo have always been the best imo but this would be an ok alternative for say a garage conversion


allright mate, no harm intended but be careful as people would be put off anotherwise very good deal

merry xmas!:santa:
#18
there is 1 availble now !!

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