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Which projector Optoma PRO200X vs HD720X ???

Jatt Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Hi,

I am planning to buy 1280 x 720 projector. I am confused between 2 models which fit my budget

The specifications for HD720X are:

Resolution (Native)
WXGA ( 1280 x 720 dpi)
Picture format 16:9
Projection Distance 1.5 - 11.0 m
Brightness 1000 Lumens
Contrast Ratio 2000:1
Lamp Life 3000 Hours
Colours 16.7 Million Colours
Keystone correction ±15° Horizontal and Vertical

Interfaces/Ports
VGA In: 1
HDMI Port 1 x HDMI
Video Component In 3 x RCA Jack
Video Composite In 1 x RCA (Yellow)
S-Video in1


The specifications for PRO200X are:

Resolution of Projector1280 x 720 pixels
Projector Brightness2200 Ansi Lumens
Projection Distance12 m
Projected Image Size7.7 m
Lens - Fixed/ZoomMANUAL FOCUS
Lamp Life3000 hours
Built in speaker(s)YES watts
S-Video InputYES
Composite Video InputVIA ADAPTOR
Contrast Ratio 2200
Noise Level30 dba
Keystone Correction18 degrees
USB Ports1


I have a preference for PRO200X but am worried that it doesn't have HDMI port. Can somebody please advice me which one to go for and why?

Thanks and Merry Christmas
Jatt Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I have a preference for PRO200X but am worried that it doesn't have HDMI port. Can somebody please advice me which one to go for and why?


from specs you posted it also has no means to achieve entry level hd [720p] from the available connections
#2
Some reviews from Reveoo (on the Dixons website) mentions about DVI input but thats not mentioned on the specifications on dixon website???


Anonymous., “Game & Movie watcher”
November 29, 2008
Good points
Great picture for a fraction of the price of other unit. If used with HD fury you can get a truely outstading image. It is also a very bright projector that can be seen in full daylight! Bad points
Only has VGA and DVI Inputs Was this review helpful? Yes No

Anonymous.
November 10, 2008
Good points
Lightweight and easily portable, good clarity of image. virtually noise free Bad points
manual focus only Was this review helpful? Yes No

Anonymous., “amateur!”
November 03, 2008
Good points
Bought for showing photos to small groups, but found to work very well in Church (a large building) easy to use Bad points
range of distance from screen is limited Was this review helpful? Yes No

Philip, Shrewsbury, “retired professional man”
October 03, 2008
Good points
Compact, versatile, conveniently portable Bad points
Quick start guide not adequate to get started Was Philip's review helpful? Yes No
2 users have found this review helpful.

Nigel, Boston Lincolnshire
August 29, 2008
Good points
The projector was easy to configure and very small / light. It has lots of features and I'm particularly impressed by it's ability to detect the image source and adjust to the appropriate brightness, gamma etc. It can even automatically change to the last 'user defined' setting for unusual sources such as a games console. The image itself is very bright and clear, I'm using it as my TV in the living room and it's giving a 59" display area. Bad points
The built-in speaker isn't very good and gives quite a 'tinny' sound. It's OK for 'general' TV watching but I wouldn;t want to rely on it for watching films etc. I use a surround sound system when watching films and playing games. The projector noise level is low, but if you're wathing something with a very quiet soundtrack you can sometimes notice the fan above the film. The connections at the back offer all sorts of ways to connect image sources, but if you want to connect a dvd etc you need to use S Video, separate RGB phono plugs or an adapter from HDMI to phono or DVI. To connect sound when using SVIDEO you'll also need a 5mm Jack plug connection. On balance a very good projector though. Was Nigel's review helpful? Yes No
3 users have found this review helpful.

Tony, Birkenhead
June 12, 2008
Good points
Product is light and compact, it is easy to use and very portable. Bad points
Power lead could be longer and the power socket sometimes comes lose, so losing power. Was Tony's review helpful? Yes No
2 users have found this review helpful.

Anonymous.
May 09, 2008
Good points
Nice and simple, with easy controls and clear image. Great for video and still images. Great price for the spec Bad points
Need adjustable feet so able to raise the projector up without having to place something under it Was this review helpful? Yes No
2 users have found this review helpful.

Jon, Bognor
May 07, 2008
Good points
amazing value for money, great picture, small and compact Bad points
a bit tempramental if you joggle cable or switch off accidentally - can take 5 mins to cool down and then restart

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