Optoma HD700X HD Ready Home Cinema Projector with Free 55" Screen (£399.00 inc vat)
Optoma HD700X HD Ready Home Cinema Projector with Free 55" Screen (£399.00 inc vat)

Optoma HD700X HD Ready Home Cinema Projector with Free 55" Screen (£399.00 inc vat)

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Transform any room in your home with an ultimate High Definition entertainment experience. Making the largest big screen TVs seem small with an image that can fill a wall - the HD700X will immerse you in the action. Fantastic image quality provides life-size movie, sports or gaming characters that look so real you could touch them.
The HD700x is fully future proof also for High Definition viewing, with a HDMI connection for great High Definition Gaming and Viewing
DLP Display Technology - For great viewing
1280 x 720 pixels resolution - High quality
3000:1 Contrast Ratio - True, vivid colours
1300 Ansi Lumens - Ultra Brightness
1.2 Optical Zoom Lens - Fixed/Zoom
7.79 m Projected Image Size
3000 hours Lamp Life
Built in speaker
12 m Projection Distance
Remote Control Supplied

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This is £399.99 at most places without the screen, but

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If you want a cheap pull down screen buy a white blackout blind from Ikea. IIRC the 2m wide (86" - 90" ish diagonal image) one is only about £20 and it works a treat - I used one for ages until I moved.

Depends how big a screen you want! But the bigger the better!

IMO 55" isn't big enough to justify the inconvenience of a projector over a large LCD or Plasma TV - may be cheap for the image size, but you can get close with a TV. Even though I loved my Toshiba projector with 86" image, I bought a 50" Plasma and since we moved the projector is still in the box. They take a lot of setting up, the bulbs can go at any time and are not cheap to replace (can cost almost as much as the projector!!!). Depending where your DVD/Console/PC is you need to spend money on decent long leads. You will need a freeview/sky box to get TV. They can be quite noisy and not great to watch during the day without having decent curtains.

So, only worth it if you go for a big screen IMO with a std TV for day to day viewing - otherwise your other half may not appreciate the messing she would have to do to watch TV!

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