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Optoma HD200X 1080p Full HD Projector- was £799 now £667 Free delivery Amazon
Optoma HD200X 1080p Full HD Projector- was £799 now £667 Free delivery Amazon

Optoma HD200X 1080p Full HD Projector- was £799 now £667 Free delivery Amazon

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Manufacturer's Description
The HD200X 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 masterly collaboration of Full HD DLP technology from Texas Instruments and Optoma craftsmanship 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.
Box Contains
1 x Projector
1 x Power supply
1 x Remote control
1 x Set of satteries for remote control
1 x Quick start guide
1 x User Manual (CD)
1 x Warranty card
1 x WEEE card

8 Comments

Original Poster

Good reviews for this 1920 x 1080 resolution projector, worthy replacement for current HD65 owners.

Hot of the press, most impressive pocket projector Vivitek Qumi Q2 3D 720p 30,000 hour LED bulb.

Rave reviews people getting very excited about this product, going to completely shake up the 720p projector market expected to make half of current models obsolete. Expect 720p and 1080p prices to start tumbling throughout this year.
Starting price about £500 but is expected to gradually go down to £400 by end of year. I cant wait for UK stock, Amazon current £540
See U tube for reviews of this before you get any 720p projector. Every single review are impressed by new this new product.

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Edited by: "Romi" 28th Oct 2011

and remember to get a screen (don't use a wall)

titter

Being new to projectors I went for a 720p one, its sole use is through the PS3 for game and blu rays.
I will never go back to a TV for this again. Every time I power it up I have a grin on my face ear to ear Its brilliant.


Stensgaard)Fan

and remember to get a screen (don't use a wall) titter



Eeek, I'm using the wall and it looks super. Guessing I would get an improvement in quality on a screen? I cant imagine it looking better!

Here is 2 shots I took when I first set it up. I've since made some changes to the settings etc and the position and Im well chuffed with it

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v376/gazza14sr/IMAG0197.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v376/gazza14sr/IMAG0195.jpg

Just for scale purposes, the sofa has a width of 86". Not managed to measure the diagonal screen size properly.
Edited by: "SupraGaz" 13th Jan 2011

SupraGaz

Eeek, I'm using the wall and it looks super. Guessing I would get an … Eeek, I'm using the wall and it looks super. Guessing I would get an improvement in quality on a screen?



If a wall works well for you stick with it. There are no guarantees a screen will improve the image quality.
If you got a really flat wall with a good surface you can get better images than with a cheap screen.
After all, walls don't move ! Cheap untensioned screen can often look wavy.
You can always put a frame on the wall and perhaps paint with a reflective hi-gain paint.

I use a screen as It suits my small living room but I've used a wall in the past.

Cheers for that mate, Im happy with how it is and without the screen it is a nice discreet setup which is what I was after with it being in the living room.

Gaz

i would use a wall for games and cartoons too, but for movies - nope.

how many manufactures say to their technical department - hey, save a few quid and shine it of the wall mate

as for that special paint, price it up - then invest the research time so you can do it correctly and you'll be left with a regret - oops its a fixed position, don't rearrange my room EVER, or god forbid move my projector to another room/garden/house. too many negatives,



Edited by: "Stensgaard)Fan" 13th Jan 2011

MInes just on a magnolia wall. For how many blu rays I watch I will keep as is but thanks about recommending a screen. If things change in the future I'll consider it.

Cheers

Original Poster

Currently at £658 , price fluctuating up and down like a yo yo. As HD65 is now end of line , HD20 and HD200x models have replaced it,
Edited by: "Romi" 7th May 2011
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