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Optoma H184X 3600 Lumens HD Ready Projector £299.99 delivered at Amazon
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Optoma H184X 3600 Lumens HD Ready Projector £299.99 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 23rd Mar

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  • Bright HD ready projector – 3600 ANSI lumens
  • Clear, powerful audio - 10 W speaker
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Easy connectivity – HDMI, VGA, USB Power
  • Includes 1 year UK warranty on the projector and 1 year/1,000 hrs warranty on the light source
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tommy600000923/03/2020 18:24

Does a bear crap in the woods or does it have an HDMI cable? Then yes.


Or you could’ve just answered their question properly instead of trying to be funny
adil17123/03/2020 18:40

Or you could’ve just answered their question properly instead of trying to …Or you could’ve just answered their question properly instead of trying to be funny


I could have. Instead I tried to be funny. You should try it. Live a little, Victor.
I’d pay the extra for an HD model or buy used for this price
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Could I connect sky q box to this??
stevelong7723/03/2020 18:13

Could I connect sky q box to this??


Does a bear crap in the woods or does it have an HDMI cable? Then yes.
Resolution: WXGA (1280x800)
Worth mentioning that the resolution of this projector is WXGA 1280 x 768 so its HD but it isn't Full HD so you would get some scaling on 1080p content.
tommy600000923/03/2020 18:24

Does a bear crap in the woods or does it have an HDMI cable? Then yes.


Or you could’ve just answered their question properly instead of trying to be funny
adil17123/03/2020 18:40

Or you could’ve just answered their question properly instead of trying to …Or you could’ve just answered their question properly instead of trying to be funny


I could have. Instead I tried to be funny. You should try it. Live a little, Victor.
Voted hot, can't expect full HD at this price, but good deal for such a brand and the specs are not bad.
tommy600000923/03/2020 18:24

Does a bear crap in the woods or does it have an HDMI cable? Then yes.


Question answered. With flair.
I’d pay the extra for an HD model or buy used for this price
Just for those not in the know this is a DLP projector meaning for some you may experience a rainbow effect, an after effect of a spinning colour wheel which can cause headaches and eye strain.

Epson offer a range of 3LCD projectors which I've swayed to over the years which offer a lot more comfortable viewing experience if you are susceptible to this.
bakerman1123/03/2020 23:42

Just for those not in the know this is a DLP projector meaning for some …Just for those not in the know this is a DLP projector meaning for some you may experience a rainbow effect, an after effect of a spinning colour wheel which can cause headaches and eye strain. Epson offer a range of 3LCD projectors which I've swayed to over the years which offer a lot more comfortable viewing experience if you are susceptible to this.


Bakerman has a point to be fair, but I find any rainbow effect neglible on most of the projectors I have had in the past.

Just for those not in the know, most people will barely realise any 'rainbow effect', the only people that will really notice this are people like bakerman who are cinephiles and who are already very knowledgeable on the rainbow effect chances are if you don't know what the rainbow effect is you won't notice it, I would go as far as to say don't research it because then you will just make it easier for yourself to notice it!

Most people will be simply blown away by the size of screen they can get and the cinematic feel of watching a movie on a projector when compared to a TV.
bakerman1123/03/2020 23:42

Just for those not in the know this is a DLP projector meaning for some …Just for those not in the know this is a DLP projector meaning for some you may experience a rainbow effect, an after effect of a spinning colour wheel which can cause headaches and eye strain. Epson offer a range of 3LCD projectors which I've swayed to over the years which offer a lot more comfortable viewing experience if you are susceptible to this.


what would be the equivalent epson?
i've been looking at the hd143x but I've heard about the rainbow effect. and seeing as returns may be a bit difficult at the moment , i wanna make sure i get the right one.
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daastle24/03/2020 14:46

what would be the equivalent epson? i've been looking at the hd143x but …what would be the equivalent epson? i've been looking at the hd143x but I've heard about the rainbow effect. and seeing as returns may be a bit difficult at the moment , i wanna make sure i get the right one.



The Epson EH-TW650 is a close 3LCD alternative to the model you mention. I had this projector last year and is decent, I now have the Epson EH-TW5650 3LCD which is a little bit more but do get a higher quality of image for the extra.

Hope that helps, I've had many projectors over the years and with the amount of single chip DLP projectors sold everyone can't be susceptible to the whole rainbow issue but wow I struggled to watch even 30 minutes sometimes, especially black and white movies just made me dizzy. 3LCD don't have quite the same depth to the black but much more comfortable viewing experience.
Not worth £300. I paid £335 for the 1080p HD143x a month ago.
dudedude25/03/2020 16:24

Not worth £300. I paid £335 for the 1080p HD143x a month ago.



Where from ? id like to order one thx
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