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Optoma HD700X HD Ready Home Cinema Projector £400 quid
Optoma HD700X HD Ready Home Cinema Projector £400 quid

Optoma HD700X HD Ready Home Cinema Projector £400 quid

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Type
Component video cable
S-Video cable
SCART adapter
VGA cable
Digital projector
HD Image Format
720p
Image Brightness
1300 ANSI lumens
Image Contrast Ratio
3000:1
Max Image Size
7.36 m
Max Resolution
1280 x 720
Native Aspect Ratio
Widescreen
Throw Ratio
1.55 - 1.7:1
Type
DLP Projector
Connector Type
15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15)
19 pin HDMI Type A
4 PIN mini-DIN
RCA
Interface (Output)
Component video input
Composite video input
DVI-D
HDMI input
S-video input
SCART
VGA input

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8 Comments

Wow thats a long post, i seen this yesterday boasting HDMI interface and 720p.. worth a poke if you got £400 notes spend

ALSO ]QUIDCO @ 3% bonus

This is at Amazon for the same price and includes free delivery.. and possible cashback with topcashback or wepromise too (2.5%)

Original Poster

Sorry for long post, just came home, seems good deal, so posted quick... will watch for that next time..!

I have the InFocus, and the last 2 bulbs lasted on 500hours, against a quoted 3000 hours. I have complained.

In contrast my friends' Optomo has lasted 2 years. Voted hot.

Damn you temptation.

Love to know which pratts are voting cold. Cracking deal.

Original Poster

Thanks joylove and nokmond ...! have an infocus also, PJ are great if you have the space..!

got a friend who works for BT and get another £14.17 with their staff discount

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People should be aware that if you have any problems at all with dabs they are a complete nightmare and are uncontactable via phone. The online chat facility is useless also.
A quick google also shows that if you have anything go missing in transit they seem to think it is your problem and not theirs.
Personally I will never ever touch them again.

Check the price of a new bulb, some of these run into hundreds, check running db especially if ur in a small room. Also the brightness, some are so low you have to shut the curtains durung the day or you wont see picture

If you use these as a permanent tv etc then bulbs are likely to last about a year. If a new bulb costs you £ 250thats a running cost of £ 5 week just for the bulb + the extra electricity as these are a far higher wattage than normal tv's.
Great if you dont need to worry about any of these things, happy viewing
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