Optoma GT760 Projector Review – Big Screen Gaming on a Budget

Review Written By: Allan Abbott | View original article on Projector Central here.

The Optoma GT760 is a portable home entertainment gaming projector with the convenience of a short throw lens. You can set it up anywhere on a coffee table less than 4.5 feet from the wall and get a big bright 120″ diagonal picture. If you want a smaller picture, just move the unit closer to the wall. At 2.2 feet it gives you a brilliant 60″ image. And its 33 ms input lag is about as fast as it gets, so video gamers will get the best results their talents will allow. If you need fast action and the convenience of portable short throw set-up, the GT760 delivers for about $650.

If you are thinking of a more permanent installation, you can always ceiling mount the GT760. This is a native 720p projector, so it will compress a Blu-ray 1080p signal, but it will display all 720p signals in native format.

The Viewing Experience

The GT760 can produce a very nice picture for $650, but its best picture is not achieved out of the box with the factory preset operating modes. Without some tweaking, colors are low in saturation and contrast is a bit flat. Usually full color images show their best on a projector’s Movie or Cinema mode, while Presentation mode is best used for higher brightness data display. In this case, we found the best overall full color image was obtained by selecting Presentation mode and reducing the Brilliant Color setting from 10 down to 1. With this simple adjustment, we got a very pleasing full color image in both gaming and film sources. Colors and contrast were natural and engaging, skin tones were reasonably accurate and certainly natural looking, and there was sufficient shadow detail to avoid any sense of muddiness in the picture.

Gaming operation was responsive, and the images were well saturated. The GT760’s brightness overcame ambient light even in sunlit rooms, so if you are one of the many gamers that likes to play with some light in the room, the GT760 has it. For bright rooms, keeping the image diagonal under 60″ is recommended, but darkened rooms you can easily go to 120″ diagonal which can really add to the gaming experience.

Set-up Considerations

The GT760, like most short-throw projectors, has a fixed focal length with no zoom capability. You can produce a 60″ image from 2.2 feet, and a 120″ image from 4.4 feet. Which image you choose will depend on personal preference and ambient light. If you watch in the dark, you can go big. If the room is brightly lit, you will want to reduce image size to improve contrast and color saturation.

Vertical keystone correction may be adjusted over a ±40° range, but there is no horizontal keystone correction so you have to make sure the projector is facing the screen squarely.

As with all short-throw projectors, screen flatness can have a noticeable impact on the quality of the image (horizontal and/or vertical waviness) because of the acute projection angle. This may be a problem if you are using a portable tripod screen which doesn’t have the rigidity of a framed screen. Focusing is smooth and positive, and the remote control is full-size with clearly marked buttons.

Fan noise is remarkably low for a projector that puts out this much light. Heat being generated by its 190W lamp is exhausted from the GT760 through grates on the right side and front of the projector. This arrangement keeps what fan noise and heat flow there is away from the audience since they will be seated behind this short-throw projector.

Key Features

Lamp Life: The GT760 has an unusually long lamp life specification. Optoma says you can expect 4,500 hours in normal mode, but Eco mode increases lamp life to 6,500 hours with a corresponding reduction in fan noise. This ranks the GT760 at the top of its class for lamp life, and it means a lower cost of ownership. A replacement lamp (Optoma P/N BL-FU190D) is available for $179.

Picture Modes: The GT760 has five Picture Modes: Presentation, Bright, Movie, sRGB, and Blackboard. Each has its own color bias, gamma curve, and color temperature chosen to fit the specific presentation content. There is also one User mode for storing your favorite brightness, contrast, color temperature, and gamma settings (see the earlier caution on User settings).

Audio: While the GT670’s 2-watt speaker may not do the trick in a large room, for gaming in a small room it is more than adequate. Even at full volume, there is no rattle or buzz, and dialog and music are faithfully reproduced.

3D Capability: Like many of its DLP-chip contemporaries, the GT760 is full HD 3D ready. Separately priced shutter glasses are required (Optoma P/N BG-ZD301 @ $59 ea.), and 3D operation is initiated in the Display menu. Three 3D formats are accommodated: side-by-side, top and bottom, and frame sequential.

Remote Control and Menus: The remote control is laid out with menu directional keys at the top and special function keys at the bottom including a conveniently color-coded Eco mode key. The GT760 can detect sources automatically, but if you wish to select a particular input, there are direct selection keys for HDMI, VGA, and video sources. Menus have several layers, but they are easy to identify and select.

Image Settings: The GT760 provides a comprehensive Advanced sub-menu of the Image menu where individual color hue, gain, and saturation can be adjusted. It takes a while to adjust all seven color segments, but a little experimentation will provide you with all the flexibility you need to fine-tune the image.

Connectivity: Most standard sources can be accommodated by the GT760. HDMI, audio in and out, and composite/component/S-video all have individual connections, and there is a monitor loop-through connection. Dual VGA connectors simultaneously serve either two computer connections or one computer and a component video source. An RS-232 connection allows for connection to remote monitoring and control equipment.

Maintenance: Like most DLP projectors, there are no air filters to be replaced, but it is recommended that the intake and exhaust ports be vacuumed occasionally to remove dust or lint that might collect near the DLP chip. Lamps are replaced through the top of the GT760, so even ceiling mounted units are easy to service.

Warranty: Optoma offers a one-year warranty on the GT760, and its lamp is warranted for 90 days.

Performance

Brightness and Uniformity: Our test model of the GT760 exceeded its brightness specification by 10% with 3,750 ANSI lumens in Bright mode. Presentation delivered 2,540 lumens while Movie and sRGB modes put up 1,745 and 1,090 lumens, respectively. Brightness uniformity was 70% with the upper right portion of the image slightly brighter but with no discernible hot spots. Eco mode reduced brightness by about 20% in all modes. Unless maximum brightness is a requirement, Eco mode provides a bright image with reduced fan noise.

Image Size and Displacement: The GT760 can put up a 150″ diagonal image when placed just 5’5″ from the screen. At that image size, the bottom of the image is offset about 10″ above the centerline of the lens, and this is a good displacement for tabletop mounting. Since the GT760 has no zoom capability, a different image size will require moving the projector.

Frame delay: Gaming projectors should have no more than a two-frame delay, and the GT760 meets that requirement. Frame delay was 33 msec which is excellent for projectors of this class. That makes for good gaming performance.

Limitations

Resolution: This is an odd thing to list as a limitation. This projector’s 1280×720 resolution is a perfectly respectable resolution for the 3400 lumen brightness and short throw feature. However, if you want to spend another $100, if short throw is not a critical concern, you can get the Optoma HD131Xe or HD131xw instead. These are full 1920×1080 resolution projectors which will show 1080p sources like Blu-ray in native format. You lose the short throw feature so you need to move them back from the screen to get the same image size. Also they don’t have quite the same light output, but practically speaking they are not that much different after calibrations for optimum video quality. If short throw is not a big deal for you, you end up with a more refined and detail picture for not much more money.

Menu Layering – The GT760 offers many setting options, so its four on-screen menus are heavily layered to keep the menus from looking cluttered. Initial setup requires lots of button pushing, but once you have the image adjusted, menu layering ceases to be a problem.

User Setting: There is an undesirable interaction between the custom User calibration and any of the preset Picture modes. If you are in any preset mode such as Presentation and you adjust any settings, it will default to User mode and wipe out previous settings. We would prefer to see the ability to tweak Presentation mode without defaulting to User mode, and have a separate Reset command that returns Presentation to factory default settings if desired.

Conclusion

If gaming is your thing, the GT760 is an excellent short throw choice if your viewing room real estate is limited and you want a large, bright image. Video images also look good after some tweaks to brightness, contrast, and color saturation levels. Lamp life is long at 6,500 hours in Eco mode, so cost of ownership is lower than most projectors in its class. This is a personal entertainment projector, not one for the conference room, and if that is what you are looking for, the GT760 delivers.

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Ready to begin shopping for your projector? You can view the GT760 on our site here. You can also browse a variety of other projectors available from Projector SuperStore here. Don’t see the one you’re looking for, or have other questions? Give us a call at 888-525-6696 and one of our sales team members will be happy to assist you! 

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About Optoma- Optoma Technology, the number one supplier of DLP® projectors in the Americas, delivers projectors and related accessories to consumers, businesses and educators, as well as professional installers. Optoma’s product portfolio features digital projectors for mobile or fixed installations, as well as home theaters. With advanced optical engineering and dedication to quality, Optoma’s innovative products incorporate the latest refinements in video display technology. Optoma’s products meet the needs of business users and general consumers by combining superior image processing technologies with exceptional engineering in order to deliver images that are bright, crystal clear and finely-tuned for tone and color. You can learn more about Optoma on their website here.

About Projector SuperStore – For over 20 years, Projector SuperStore has been the premier source for affordable Audio and Visual equipment online. We have worked with hundreds of businesses across the nation and have the expertise to help you integrate the right technology for your specific needs and bring your message to the masses. Whether you’re looking for a projector for a meeting room, a portable system for use in multi-purpose rooms, a state-of-the-art projection system for your main auditorium, the latest home theater technology or anything in between, we can help you create a system that is right for your needs and fits within your budget. View more information on our website here.

ViewSonic Pro8520HD Projector Review

Review Written By: Bill Livolsi | View original article on Projector Central here.

ViewSonic’s newest 1080p projector, the Pro8520HD, is a big bright model designed for use in conference rooms, board rooms, and other business environments. Promising up to 5,000 lumens of brightness, the Pro8520HD is designed to be flexible and friendly, with a 1.5:1 zoom lens to help it fit into your room and a cornucopia of connectivity to get all of your devices hooked up. Its MSRP of $2,299 puts it right in the middle of the pack for this class of projector, but its image quality is good and its feature set is impressive, making it a strong value.

The Viewing Experience

In our dimly lit theater space, the Pro8520HD’s light output overwhelmed the screen and did a fair job of lighting the entire room all by itself. After turning on some room lights, increasing the size of the image, and switching to Eco mode, we had a much more appropriate level of brightness.

Our testing started out with some text documents, Excel spreadsheets, and text-based PowerPoint presentations. The Pro8520HD displays all of these crisply and clearly and maintains sharpness from edge to edge, with no trace of softness in the projector’s 1080p image. All of the projector’s image modes did an excellent job with these types of material.

Color performance, on the other hand, varies. The Viewsonic Pro8520HD is a single-chip DLP projector optimized for high light output, which means two things: one, it has a color wheel that is not solely RGB, and two, it makes heavy use of BrilliantColor to boost white light output. Image modes like Brightest and Standard emphasize white light output at the expense of colored light output, so color-rich content like photos and video tend to look out-of-balance, with over-bright highlights and poor color saturation. To get satisfying performance for these types of content, you can switch to either the Theater or Dark Room modes, which cut light output but have much better color saturation and overall image balance.

Perhaps the most surprising application for the Pro8520HD is gaming. While the Pro8520HD is not a gaming projector, it is bright, high resolution, has fairly accurate color in Theater and Dark Room modes, and measures just 10 milliseconds of input lag. These qualities make it a great choice for large-screen gaming use in a partially light-controlled environment, where the extra brightness gives the Pro8520HD an edge over products marketed for home theater.

Setup and Configuration

The Pro8520HD has a manual 1.5:1 zoom lens, which is a bit more reach than is typically seen on this class of projector. This zoom range allows the Pro8520HD to hit a 150″ diagonal 16:9 screen from 15′ 4″ to 23′ 4″. The lack of lens shift, typical for this class of projector, means you’ll need to esnure your installation is planned out properly. The Pro8520HD has a fixed throw offset of 32%, meaning the edge of the image (bottom edge for a table mount, top edge for a ceiling mount) is offset 32% of the image’s height from the centerline of the projector’s lens. On our 150″ diagonal image, that’s an offset of 24″.

The Pro8520HD has a full connection panel, with two HDMI inputs, two VGA inputs, a dedicated VGA monitor passthrough, audio in/out, and both wired and optional wireless networking. Most users will have more than enough ports to connect any device that’s needed.

Key Features

Great for video gaming. Despite the Pro8520HD’s business pedigree, it excels as a video gaming projector. In our input lag testing, it measured a super-fast 10 milliseconds, or less than one frame of delay. Coupled with a bright picture and reasonably accurate color in Dark Room mode, the Pro8520HD can create a bright, high-resolution gaming image that’s incredibly responsive. And with almost 2,000 lumens at your disposal in Dark Room mode, you can keep some of the lights on as well.

Placement flexibility. A 1.5:1 manual zoom lens makes the Pro8520HD easier to install in a variety of conference rooms with different installation needs. Often, an organization will require projectors in several different rooms, and those rooms may not all be identical, which can make it more difficult to pick projectors for each situation. By making one projector that can fit in a variety of rooms, life for purchasers, installers, and support staff becomes much simpler.

Connectivity. The slate of connections on the Pro8520HD’s rear panel makes it a simple task to connect a variety of sources, from laptops to Blu-ray players to digital video cameras. The projector also has a 1/8″ audio input for a microphone along with a separate microphone volume slider in the menu system, so you can provide amplified narration during presentations.

Three-year warranty. A three-year standard warranty protects you in the event that the Pro8520HD fails in some way to perform up to expectations. Three years is long for a projector warranty, and the added value should be considered in purchasing decisions.

10W stereo speakers. The Pro8520HD’s speaker system packs a punch. It’s no match for dedicated external speakers, obviously, but it’s better than nothing at all.

DICOM SIM. DICOM stands for “Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine” and the part that we’re concerned with describes a standard used for medical imaging devices — think x-rays. The DICOM SIM mode on the Pro8520HD simulates a proper DICOM imaging environment. The idea is that it can be used for lectures and education, but not for actual patient diagnosis (hence the “SIM” part, for “simulation”). This opens up the Pro8520HD to medical classrooms and doctor’s offices, as well.

Performance

Light output. As a projector built for use in ambient light, the Pro8520HD is sufficiently bright for most conference rooms. “Brightest” mode, the projector’s default, measured 2942 lumens on our test sample with the lamp set to full power and the projector’s lens at its widest angle. Brightest mode emphasizes white light output over color and contrast, and as a result is best for monochromatic or text-based content like Word documents or spreadsheets. Standard mode, at 2656 lumens, shows an incremental improvement in contrast and color saturation but is still largely similar to Brightest mode.

Theater mode produced 1781 lumens on our projector, but contrast and color performance were much improved over the Brightest and Standard modes. Theater mode, as the name implies, is more appropriate for the display of film and video than Brightest and Standard modes.

However, when it comes to color fidelity and contrast performance, the projector’s best mode is Dark Room. Not only does Dark Room mode produce 1988 lumens, making it brighter than Theater mode, but it also has the best color saturation and color brightness of any image mode. If you’re going to be watching movies or looking at photographs, Dark Room is your best bet.

The final preset image mode is DICOM SIM, which measures 3896 lumens. This actually makes it the brightest mode on the projector, about 1000 lumens more than “Brightest” mode. However, it is not appropriate for all types of content due to its specific calibration, so Brightest mode still does have its own distinct application.

Any image mode can have its light output decreased by selecting ECO lamp mode from the menu. ECO reduces light output by 29% in all operating modes. This can be useful when in a darkened room or using a smaller screen, or if you use the projector at night when ambient daylight is less of a concern.

Contrast. As a data and presentation projector, contrast is much less important to the Pro8520HD than brightness. However, the projector does a respectable job with video and photography. Dynamic range is more than sufficient to bring out most shadow detail, though you do lose a bit in the deepest shadows due to the lackluster black level. If contrast is important, it helps to optimize your environment and switch to ECO lamp mode, which cuts down on the projector’s brightness and makes it easier to see shadow detail in dark areas.

Color. The quality of color you get out of the Pro8520HD depends on which image mode you use. If you select Theater or Dark Room mode, you end up with color that is reasonably accurate, well saturated, and balanced well with white. If you use Brightest or Standard mode, you get a much brighter white and by comparison dull, undersaturated color. Since BrilliantColor is not configurable on this projector, your best bet is to use Dark Room or Theater mode when color matters and Brightest or Standard mode when it does not.

Sharpness and clarity. As a native 1080p projector, the Pro8520HD will look its best when given a 1080p input signal, but it will do an admirable job of converting non-native signals to 1080p as well.

Input lag. While the Pro8520HD is a business projector first and foremost, it also measured a blazing fast 10 milliseconds in our input lag testing. That gives it less than a single frame of delay in bringing content from source to screen, making it a good choice for gamers who need fast response times. In fact, 10ms is one of the fastest times we have ever measured on a projector, period.

Limitations

Brightness. Though the Pro8520HD is advertised as a 5,000 lumen projector, it does not have a pre-calibrated image mode that reaches this specification. Its brightest mode is DICOM SIM at 3896 lumens (just under 80% of spec), but DICOM is not appropriate for all types of content. More importantly, the projector’s white light output is significantly higher than its color light output. In Brightest mode, color light output only amounts to 28% of white light output — so while white measured 2942 lumens, a full color image will look like it is only about 825 lumens. The best mode for color saturation is Dark Room mode, where color measured 79% of white.

BrilliantColor. BrilliantColor has a place on presentation projectors such as the Pro8520HD where it can boost white light output at the expense of colored light output when that is what the user requires. The objection here is that BrilliantColor is not adjustable on the Pro8520HD, so there’s no way to turn white peaking down or off when you need better color performance.

Lamp life and cost. The Pro8520HD’s lamp is expected to last 2500 hours at full power and 3000 hours in Eco mode, which is a touch shorter than the average these days. What’s more, replacement lamps cost $499 from Viewsonic, bringing the estimated cost per hour to between sixteen and twenty cents. Compared to other presentation projectors in the Pro8520HD’s performance class, that’s on the expensive side.

No 3D. The Pro8520HD does not have 3D capabilities, while several competing models do. While this isn’t a problem if you don’t plan to use any 3D content, it does rule out 3D gaming as a possible application. Then again, 3D projectors tend to have higher input lag than non-3D projectors, so it is possible that those competing models are less appropriate for gaming.

Conclusion

The ViewSonic Pro8520HD is a great projector for conference rooms and other business environments. It pairs high light output with a full feature set and excellent connectivity to create a presentation projector that’s easy to use. It couples this performance with an industry-leading three year warranty to ensure your continued satisfaction. And with only ten milliseconds of input lag, it also serves surprisingly well as a gaming projector. Whether you’re building out your business, lecturing the doctors of the future, or just saving the world in your favorite game, the ViewSonic Pro8520HD has something to offer.

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Ready to begin shopping for your projector? You can view the Pro8520HD on our site here. You can also browse a variety of other projectors available from Projector SuperStore here. Don’t see the one you’re looking for, or have other questions? Give us a call at 888-525-6696 and one of our sales team members will be happy to assist you! 

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About Viewsonic – Founded in Walnut, California in 1987, ViewSonic is a world leader and pioneer in desktop display technology. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic continues to build an ever-connected and enriching digital future. We have evolved our product lines to exceed the world’s demands for performance, value, and simplicity. ViewSonic delivers the latest in desktop virtualization and cloud computing, along with a diverse portfolio of projectors, displays, digital signage, and touch devices that will change the way you compute, communicate, and connect. You can view additional information about AViewSonic on their website here.

About Projector SuperStore – For over 20 years, Projector SuperStore has been the premier source for affordable Audio and Visual equipment online. We have worked with hundreds of businesses across the nation and have the expertise to help you integrate the right technology for your specific needs and bring your message to the masses. Whether you’re looking for a projector for a meeting room, a portable system for use in multi-purpose rooms, a state-of-the-art projection system for your main auditorium, the latest home theater technology or anything in between, we can help you create a system that is right for your needs and fits within your budget. View more information on our website here.

Xbox One Release Games List

Here’s a list of the recently known games that will be released with the Xbox One

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
Battlefield 4
Call of Duty: Ghosts
Carmageddon: Reincarnation
The Crew
Crimson Dragon
Cyberpunk 2077
Dead Rising 3
Destiny
Currently untitled Disney Channel game
Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dying Light
D4
The Elder Scrolls Online
The Evil Within
Fantasia: Music Evolved
FIFA 14
Final Fantasy XV
Forza Motorsport 5
Currently untitled Halo game
Just Dance 2014
Killer Instinct
Kinect Sports Rivals
Kingdom Hearts III
LocoCycle
Madden NFL 25
Mad Max
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Minecraft: Xbox One Edition
Mirror’s Edge 2
NBA 2K14
NBA Live 14
Need for Speed: Rivals Racing
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
Powerstar Golf
Project Spark
Quantum Break

Ryse: Son of Rome
Skylanders: Swap Force Platform Vicarious Visions Activision No No TBA TBA TBA
Sniper Elite 3
Sunset Overdrive
Thief
Titanfall
Tom Clancy’s The Division
Trials Fusion
UFC
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade
Watch Dogs
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Wolfenstein: The New Order
Zoo Tycoon
Zumba Fitness: World Party

PlayStation 4 Release Games

Here’s a list of the games to come with the release of the Playstaion 4!

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

Basement Crawl

Battlefield 4

Blacklight: Retribution

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Carmageddon: Reincarnation

Contrast

The Crew

Cyberpunk 2077

Daylight

DC Universe Online

Deep Down

Destiny

Diablo III

Doki-Doki Universe

Don’t Starve

Dragon Age: Inquisition

Driveclub

Dying Light

EA Sports UFC

The Elder Scrolls Online

The Evil Within

FIFA 14

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

Final Fantasy XV

Galak-Z The Dimensional

Hohokum

Infamous: Second Son

Just Dance 2014

Killzone: Shadow Fall

Kingdom Hearts III

Knack

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

Lords of the Fallen

Mad Max

Madden NFL 25

Mercenary Kings

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Mirror’s Edge 2

NBA 2K14

NBA Live 14

Need for Speed: Rivals

Octodad: Dadliest Catch

Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee New N’ Tasty!

The Order: 1886

Outlast

The Pinball Arcade

PlanetSide 2

Primal Carnage: Genesis

Project: Heart and Soul

Ray’s The Dead

Rocketbirds 2: Evolution

Secret Ponchos

Shadow Warrior

Skylanders: Swap Force

Sniper Elite 3

Star Wars: Battlefront

Super Motherload

Super Stardust HD successor

Thief

Tiny Brains

Tom Clancy’s The Division

Transistor

Trials Fusion

The Walking Dead Season Two

War Thunder

Warframe

Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade

Watch Dogs

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witness

Wolfenstein: The New Order

Optoma HD25-LV 1080P 3D Projector for Gamers and Movie Buffs

Optoma  HD25-LV

The Optoma HD25-LV Projector

The Optoma HD25-LV Projector is ideal for gamers and movie buffs alike. The amazing entertainment projector has been designed to deliver a magnificent home theater experience, thanks to its HD 1080p video, sharp detail, and unmatched color accuracy. You can now enjoy your favorite video games, movies, sporting events, and television on a large screen, with images diagonally extending over 300 inches. Featuring full 3D, the Optoma HD25-LV Projector can be seamlessly integrated with devices such as your PS3, Xbox, Blu-ray player, or other gaming consoles to deliver an exceptional entertainment experience.

 

P1010682Take Your Home Theater Experience to a New Level

The Optoma HD25-LV Projector Projector has a 1080p 3D resolution that delivers incredible pictures with stunning and accurate details. It supports 2D as well as 3D projection, and is a great option for your home entertainment requirements as it helps in saving energy. The projector also delivers fantastic contrast when projecting high-detail images. It has a 1.5a HDMI port that supports 3D video as well as audio. The built-in sixteen-watt stereo speaker system offers and the built-in SRS WOW HD Surround Sou technology guarantees rich deep bass and excellent sound quality.

 

Keep Up with 3D

3D content has been increasing in popularity. Movies and video games are now being released with 3D features, and the Optoma HD25-LV Projector can help you experience true 3D in style, owing to its ability to project strikingly crisp 3D pictures which are so real that you’ll forget you’re at home!

 

State of the Art Technology

The Optoma HD25-LV Projector features the BrilliantColor technology that has the ability to process numerous colors at once to produce vibrant and accurate shades on your screen. The multi-color processing system used by the projector has a 6-segment color wheel that is coated with the latest and most effective materials in order to achieve excellent accuracy and color saturation, thus delivering extraordinary picture quality. Moreover, the contrast ratios in the Optoma HD25-LV Projector are so incredibly high that they offer crisp and clean black and white images, ensuring that charts and texts can be read easily.

 

Eco-Friendly Design for a Green Product

The Optoma HD25-LV Projector is RoHS compliant and is designed to use no more than 1-watt power when it is in standby mode. In comparison to the ordinary standby modes, this projector gives you energy savings of almost 75 per cent. The use of energy is limited as the projector automatically shuts down when left unused for a while. The remote control and management settings can be configured to limit the use of energy. The components and materials used in manufacturing the projector ensure that the device lasts for a long time. All safety and quality standards are adhered to and hazardous materials are kept at bay to confirm its allegiance to the green cause.

Great Value for Money

In the box of the Optoma HD25-LV Projector includes a remote control, an AC power cord, a lens cap, a VGA-VGA cable, a user’s manual, a warranty card, and a quick start card.


Priced under $1300, this fantastic projector is well worth your money!
The Optoma HD25-LV Projector is available at the ProjectorSuper Store.

 

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