Optoma HD600X-LV Widescreen HD Ready Home Entertainment Projector (3000:1, 2500 ANSI, 720p, HDMI, 3DXL Compatible)

June 23, 2013 - Comment

– Amazing detail with HD Ready resolution – Bright and detailed image – 2500L. 3000:1\300:1 contrast – Silky smooth movie and gaming motion – 1080p24 & 720p120 – High Definition digital connections – HDMI Product Features 2500 Lumens WXGA 2500 Lumens WXGA DC3 DMD chip DLP Projector

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– Amazing detail with HD Ready resolution – Bright and detailed image – 2500L. 3000:1\300:1 contrast – Silky smooth movie and gaming motion – 1080p24 & 720p120 – High Definition digital connections – HDMI

Product Features

  • 2500 Lumens WXGA
  • 2500 Lumens WXGA DC3 DMD chip DLP
  • Projector

Comments

Jonny says:

Great for the money For the price, this projector deliver’s in every way shape and form !I already owned an Optoma Projector, the now discontinued HD700X. I was very happy with my projector but I invested in the Optoma 3D-XL adaptor and was not happy with the quality of the picture. Due to the 3D technology of right now one of the draw back’s is the effect that the shutter glasses have on the brightness of a projected 3D image.Given that the 700x only has a lumen value of 1300 combined with 2 year’s of usage and the shading effect of the glasses and the fact that the 700x was never really built for 3D (enabled via firmware update) it produced a very dull image and was not good enough.I researched newer projectors on the market and considered the all in one 3D projector’s. But, I decided that since I still had the 3D adaptor I figured I could spend less but I still wanted a higher lumen value projector.It came down to the older HD600x or this LV version…

Andy Morgan says:

Great budget projector for the price I got this Sept last year and have enjoyed it many times since.The picture quality is more than acceptable – not like an HD TV, more like cinema quality if that makes sense.It’s my first projector and I remember my first thoughts of the picture quality being very impressive.I have it on a screen at about 82″ and use it for movies and Grand Turismo (Playstaion3). No problems with the quality at all.I wouldn’t be happy using it for TV viewing daily (I have an HD TV for that) but for occational use it is great.The fan yes I can hear but it is not annoying at all and your mind blanks it out to be honest.Not used the 3D or bought the adaptor so cannot comment.A friend has a £800 Optoma projector (HD80 I think). The quality of that is much better, very similar to an HD TV. But for £400 ish the HD600 is I think a bargain.If you want HD quality go elsewhere and spend more money (2x the amount from what I’ve experienced), otherwise I find it…

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