|Optoma TW635-3D 3D projector - 10,000:1, HDMI 1.3, 3,500 LUMENS 16:10 - WARRANTY|
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|High Definition at its most affordable! The new Optoma HD70 is a DarkChip2 DLP projector with a 4x speed, 7 segment color wheel (RBG,RGB W) - approximately 136% offset that offers you 720p native resolution at the lowest price point on the market. Looking for the best way to get into HD home theater, this is the projector for you!|
|Resolution||1280 x 720|
|Image Brightness||1000 ANSI Lumens|
|Max Resolution||1400 x 1050 (SXGA+)|
|Image Size (Diagonal)||35 in. - 314 in.|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9|
|HDTV Formats||1080i, 1080p, 576i, 576p, 720p|
|Screen Distance||4.92 ft. - 36 ft.|
|Analog Video Format||M-NTSC, NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.43, PAL-B, PAL-D, PAL-G, PAL-H, PAL-I, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM B, SECAM D, SECAM G, SECAM K, SECAM L|
|Operation Noise||28 dB|
|Connectors||Component, Composite (RCA), HDMI, S-Video|
|Interface||Infrared, RS232C (mini DIN-8 pin)|
|Video input||15 Pin D-Sub VGA (component), Component Video, Composite Video, HDMI x 1, S-Video x 1, SCART x 1|
|Light Source Power||200W|
|Light Source Life||3000 Hours|
|Projection Method||Ceiling, Front, Rear|
Average review score based on 11 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I am a huge fan of this projector, and usually if you bargain hunt you can get it for somewhere around $600 (which is way less money than a smaller-screen HDTV). For months I had been researching HD projectors, and it seemed that if you're getting into home theater projection, the Optoma HD70 is the way to go... affordable, great picture, etc. I kept trying to find the right price when I saw one online for a little less than $600, so I jumped on it. I am so glad I did because it really is a great little projector. It's small enough to be portable or to mount to a pretty low ceiling (without having to worry about it falling and killing someone), but it has great contrast and is plenty bright, even with a light or two on. My girlfriend and I had been HDTV shopping, but we hate how sharp everything is. Everything is aliased and people look fake. Plus, everything is shot digitally now (don't get me started on that), so if you have the same problem with HDTVs, I HIGHLY SUGGEST the Optoma HD70.
P.S. - it's awesome to use with the Wii and especially WiiFit!
For an entry level projector this little baby puts out a beautiful crisp picture!!! I have a blueray, PS3, XBox 360, and digital high def cable hooked up to it so far. I watched a couple blueray movies so far and they look almost as good as the LCD!!! Video games are superior in super size!! The standard television low def crap channels still look standard low def and crappy...but this is the case on any device :)
I've gotten just about a 100 inch screen in a 12 foot room. Even during the day the picture looks good however the darker the better.
Dislikes...NONE!!! For the price you can't complain!
If you want a High Def supersized screen in your living room for under $1000.00 the HD70 is the way to go!
This is the second of these that I have bought so that should tell you something. I have the one in my dedicated theater room which looks amazing and I have the other in my bedroom which uses a motorized screen. The bedroom does get ambiant light coming into it and the projector has no problem overpowering it. For the price you cannot go wrong with this projector. I have owned everything from benq to infocus to etc. and this has been the best hands down.
This is a great projector when you give it a 720p or higher signal from a modern device. I use a PS3 with it and Blu rays look amazing. I saw som many things in 5th element I had never seen in the four times or so I saw it on DVD. DVD's look pretty nice too. As for the on board image up scaling, this projector was released in 2006 so its video processing technologies are getting a little older. Something like the Benq W500 (made in 2008), has much more advanced upscaling. The only negative I really have is placement is very difficult with this projector. With its steep projection angle, I have to place it 2' off the floor to get a 9' screen just a little short of an 8' ceiling. So I would suggest people research projection angles and mounting options before purchasing any projector. Good luck
If you are looking for a HD projector on a budget this is the one. I have HD satelite and a blue ray player connect to this projector and the picture is as good as may samsung 50" DLP 1080p as long as it is in low light.