Optoma HD230X Full HD 1080p Home Cinema Projector

June 23, 2013 - Comment

OPTOMAHD230X Most movies are shot at 24 frames per second. To preserve the purity of the original image the HD230X can accept High Definition sources at 24 frames per second and so to display movies exactly as the director intended.The HD230X incorporates BrilliantColor™ multi-colour processing technology to bring stunning vibrant colour to your screen. Using

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OPTOMAHD230X

Most movies are shot at 24 frames per second. To preserve the purity of the original image the HD230X can accept High Definition sources at 24 frames per second and so to display movies exactly as the director intended.The HD230X incorporates BrilliantColor™ multi-colour processing technology to bring stunning vibrant colour to your screen. Using six separate primary and secondary colours to produce a new level of colour performance and control; BrilliantColor™ increases colour brightness by up to 50% over other technologies to create accurate true to life images.

Features:
HD-Ready: Yes
Noise level: 29dB
Service life of lamp: 4000 hours
Resolution: Native 1080p (1920 x1080) Pixels
Brightness (Normal): 2300 ANSI Lumens
Contrast ratio (typical): 4000:1
Lens Throw Ratio: 1.5 ~ 1.8
HDMI ports quantity: x 2
Dimensions W x D x H: 324 x 234 x 97mm mm
Weight: 2.9 Kg

Product Features

  • 2300 Lumens HD
  • Projector

Comments

M.J.White says:

Incredible value for money I have just upgraded from a Sanyo Z5 (720p) LCD projector to this Optoma HD230x (Full HD 1080p) DLP version. The picture quality, brightness and colour that this projector offers for the price tag is an absolute steal. I was a little concerned that the 2300 lumens would be too bright compared to the Z5, which is 1100 lumens, but it adds to a far greater viewing experience. You can watch movies with a couple of sidelights on, or in complete darkness. I did not find the brightness to be an issue, nor the rainbow effect.I am quite surprised at the difference in image quality between 720p and 1080p. I did not think the full HD would be much of an improvement, but it makes quite a difference when you play a 1080p Blu-ray disc. The HD230x has two hdmi v1.3 (Deep Colour) inputs, and again, I have noticed quite a difference. The colour is rich and vibrant with no colour bleed what so ever.I am having trouble finding issues with the performance of this projector. The fan noise is…

Angel says:

The Rainbow Effect is a deal breaker I bought this having read many reviews, here and elsewhere, lots of which mentioned a possible rainbow effect caused by the single chip DLP technology that this uses. The general consensus seemed to be that only a very few people could see any problem with the image at all; in this house that was not the case we all found the rainbows very visible on white on the screen, especially whilst watching action scenes. It was very distracting and ruined what otherwise could have been a good experience.On the plus side this projector is very quiet in use, the 1080p full HD is impressive, as is the colour reproduction and it is compact. The focus and zoom rings were chunky and seemed well built and the back lit remote and menus were excellent.Ultimately though for us as a family none of the good points mattered as every time we tried to view anything we were continually troubled by the rainbow effect on the whites that was quite headache inducing and impossible to…

MR DAVID G BURNS says:

Outstanding projector I have to give this projector the full 5 stars. The image it produces is outstanding for the cost, under £600 when purchased. The projector is set up in 2 minutes and displaying full 1080p from bluray. My partner was actually very impressed and she’s not a huge tech buff like me. Still waiting on a 100″ screen to arrive so can only assume the quality, somehow, will be even better on a proper screen. But as of rig now, having had this 2 days, and watched 2 movies on it I can safely say this is worth the money.

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