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Optoma HD39 DARBEE (White) DLP Projector 1080p HD Ready £649 at Richer Sounds
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Optoma HD39 DARBEE (White) DLP Projector 1080p HD Ready £649 at Richer Sounds

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Optoma HD39 DARBEE (White)
DLP Projector 1080p HD Ready

Featuring Lens Shift and class-leading brightness, the Optoma HD39Darbee makes a big picture even easier to access.

DARBEE Visual Presence for outstanding clarity
For total and professional control of the picture, this HD39 is equipped with DARBEE Visual Presence. It provides greater clarity and increases the perception of depth resulting in a more dynamic, lifelike experience.

Rec.709 for picture brilliance
Colour precision, resolution, frame rate and display specifications are all guaranteed by meeting one of the highest HD video standards seen in professional-grade home cinema today: Rec. 709. Instigated by the ITU (International Telecommunication Union), Rec.709 approval means a true cinema-like appearance.

Lens shift and keystone correction
With lens shift and keystone correction, the HD39Darbee is simple to install. The ability to physically move the lens by up to 17% in the vertical plain means the HD39Darbee can be fitted in more awkward locations and it also enables a wider choice of screen options. The vertical keystone correction offers a digital version of the same thing with a wide adjustment of +/- 40%.

Class-leading brightness
Boasting an outstanding brightness figure of 3500 ANSI Lumens, the HD39Darbee not only offers bright and vivid colours but is also able to be used in many lighting conditions. Even during daylight conditions with curtains or blinds open, the Optoma can produce a watchable and detailed picture – thanks to its sensational brightness.

Pin sharp, 1080p detail from Texas instrument's DLP chip
Using Texas Instrument's DLP technology, this Optoma offers crystal clear clarity, sharply defined images and true, natural colour. Even at larger screen sizes, the detail is astounding and would have once been the preserve of projectors costing many times more. In order to make the most of high definition video sources, the Optoma will also project 1080p Full HD images, making it the perfect match for your Blu-ray player or Full HD gaming device.

Optional 3D
Impressive as the Optoma HD39Darbee is in 2D, it's only when you take advantage of the optional 3D system that the picture becomes truly immersive. Just add the optional Optoma 3D glasses system, connect up to a suitable source and enjoy 3D images that are every bit as bold as at the cinema. Rather than using Infra-Red, the Optoma uses a Radio Frequency (RF) system. This not only reduces the chance of interference but also provides a higher contrast and brighter images. The optional glasses are also fully rechargeable.

HDMI with MHL
With twin HDMI sockets, the Optoma is well equipped to handle your digital sources. The HDMI interface is also compatible with MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link). This lets you connect up a suitable smartphone or tablet to the HDMI socket and watch HD video, at up to 1080p Full HD, from your mobile device, on the big screen!

USB power to drive smart accessories
Featuring a handy USB power output, the HD39Darbee can be used to power USB-powered smart devices, such as the Google’s Chromecast. Plug Chromecast, or similar, in and you’ll have easy access to smart video and TV services without the need for any other device or lengthy connection cables.

Easy to install, watchable in all lightning conditions and with pin-sharp detail – the Optoma HD39Darbee is home-friendly projection at its best.
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A good 1080p projector is far better than a low end 4K one... biggest mistake I made switching. You don't even notice any more detail when you're sitting watching at a normal distance, you only notice if you walk up close. However my 4K projector just cannot match my old 1080p one when it comes to colours and contrast.
slannmage03/06/2020 09:15

A good 1080p projector is far better than a low end 4K one... biggest …A good 1080p projector is far better than a low end 4K one... biggest mistake I made switching. You don't even notice any more detail when you're sitting watching at a normal distance, you only notice if you walk up close. However my 4K projector just cannot match my old 1080p one when it comes to colours and contrast.


you mind if i ask what projectors they both are?
I have a cheap 720p Chinese led projector and an optoma 143x.

Optima has a better picture, but I prefer the led , since it does not run as hot and roast me in my room. The heat coming out the optoma is like a small fan heater. Maybe it will be ok in winter ,but not at the moment
I have an old Optoma HD65 720p. I’ve been looking at the HD27e, does anybody have a real life comparison to the HD39? Trying to figure out if the upgrade is worth it. Daylight viewing would be a bonus!
I've had a Optoma HD65 for over a decade, been a joy to own and still working fine but think now's the time to finally upgrade from 720p Have kept an eye on this Darbee model for a while. If anyone owns one, do share your recommendation.
Amosuk03/06/2020 09:59

I've had a Optoma HD65 for over a decade, been a joy to own and still …I've had a Optoma HD65 for over a decade, been a joy to own and still working fine but think now's the time to finally upgrade from 720p Have kept an eye on this Darbee model for a while. If anyone owns one, do share your recommendation.


I’m with you! Have you looked at the HD27e?
KP_Gaming03/06/2020 10:04

I’m with you! Have you looked at the HD27e?


I have but the Darbee tech on the HD39 is what's reaching out to me.
I’ve had the HD152X which is the slightly better version of this. Mine has a 1.6 Zoom.

I love it, brilliant picture but yes they do get warm, and if positioned over head then you’ll notice the noise too.

But honestly, having a 2.5 metre screen and playing COD, GTAV or Fifa..... or watching an amazing film is pretty damn sweet.

Good price, FYI I got my 152X for £540 on a crazy deal. So they do go cheaper. Just not often.
Amosuk03/06/2020 10:19

I have but the Darbee tech on the HD39 is what's reaching out to me.


Haha it wasn’t for me until I saw this post
Amosuk03/06/2020 09:59

I've had a Optoma HD65 for over a decade, been a joy to own and still …I've had a Optoma HD65 for over a decade, been a joy to own and still working fine but think now's the time to finally upgrade from 720p Have kept an eye on this Darbee model for a while. If anyone owns one, do share your recommendation.


I think you can test them out for a month from richer sounds I'm not sure.
I've just upgraded from Benq W1210st (Full HD) to an Optoma UHD30 (4k) based on a recent deal posted here and I can honestly say the viewing experience has been significantly improved. I originally bought the Benq as it was designed specifically for gaming but the new Optoma has been released with gaming in mind and can match response times and provides even better colours, contrast and quality. I would say the only advantage the benq has is that it is short throw whereas the Optoma isn't. That said both still good projectors (I currently have the Benq for sale ahem.. if anyone is interested)
What arrangement does everyone have for sound output with their projectors?
KP_Gaming03/06/2020 13:01

What arrangement does everyone have for sound output with their projectors?


I have my projector running through a denon atmos avr which houses chromecast and amazon firetv sticks.
Amosuk03/06/2020 13:08

I have my projector running through a denon atmos avr which houses …I have my projector running through a denon atmos avr which houses chromecast and amazon firetv sticks.


Nice setup! At the moment I just have an optical from my set top box to my soundbar and the box on a switch to the projector but I’d like to do something with the PS4
Why is this deal getting voted cold - I've had a look and can't find this any cheaper, nor can I see any better for the same price or less?
lumsdot03/06/2020 09:48

I have a cheap 720p Chinese led projector and an optoma 143x.Optima has a …I have a cheap 720p Chinese led projector and an optoma 143x.Optima has a better picture, but I prefer the led , since it does not run as hot and roast me in my room. The heat coming out the optoma is like a small fan heater. Maybe it will be ok in winter ,but not at the moment


Hello! Could you link me to the cheap 720p Chinese led projector? Thanks
slannmage03/06/2020 09:15

A good 1080p projector is far better than a low end 4K one... biggest …A good 1080p projector is far better than a low end 4K one... biggest mistake I made switching. You don't even notice any more detail when you're sitting watching at a normal distance, you only notice if you walk up close. However my 4K projector just cannot match my old 1080p one when it comes to colours and contrast.


Mate what was the make and model you upgraded??
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