Exzerpt: The Optoma company has been in the projector business a while. This model teams up with Texas Instruments DLP to produce an economical DLP projector that is perfect color and clarity. If you are on a budget as I am this model runs less than $1,000. I got a free mount and dust cover from the store I purchased the Optoma HD65.
Optoma HD65 Home Theater Projector Review: Overview
22 Mai 2008
Ergebnis: I've said it earlier, I'll say it again: The Optoma HD65, is a well balanced projector, brighter than most, very affordable (one of the least expensive out there), and produces one of the most color accurate images of any projector, right out of the box, without having to mess around.
Pro: One of the very best 720p projectors when it comes to color accuracy, "out of the box", A truly well balanced, film-like image., Very small, makes it viable as a portable - take it on vacation, or to a friends - just add a source, and a boom box, and you are in business, Viable as a portable widescreen business projector for smaller room presentations, Supports 24fps, not all 720p projectors do. (Supports means no judder, since no 3:2 pull-down is needed to convert mo...
Kontra: Very limited zoom lens, for limited placement flexibility, No lens shift - no shelf mounting, Optoma's typical lack of multiple savable user settings, ImageAI occasionally visible coming from darker scenes to brighter scenes. If the bright scene isn't changing much, the brightness can be seen jumping up a bit, A fan noise is louder than most projectors, although not exceptionally so, Backlit buttons on remote, may actually be too bright!, Only a 1 year parts and labor...
Exzerpt: Projector Reviews HD65 High Definition DLP Home Theatre Projector Review Following their success with the HD70 Optoma has opted to not to not upset the applcart and stick with a formula that worked, with some kewl additions. This tiny 18cm by 25 cm powerhouse (tiny by home theatre standards) offers a high definition resolution of 1280 x 720 together with a pretty impressive 4000:1 contrast.