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Optoma DV10
6.5 out of 10

Optoma DV10

MovieTimeâ. Type: DLP Projectors Display Technology: DLP I Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Optoma DV10

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Overall 6
6.0
Value for money 8
8.0
Features 6
6.0
Ease of use 6
6.0
Audio & image quality 2
2.0

Defective product

Overstock
22 March 2007
  • Summary: I purchased the DV10 but and received a defective product. The picture would not stop flickering and the color was all distorted. I read about how this problem may be from a computers video card, but I wasn't using with a computer.
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Overall 6
6.0
Value for money 8
8.0
Features 6
6.0
Ease of use 6
6.0
Audio & image quality 2
2.0

Defective product

Overstock
22 March 2007
  • Summary: I purchased the DV10 but and received a defective product. The picture would not stop flickering and the color was all distorted. I read about how this problem may be from a computers video card, but I wasn't using with a computer.
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Overall 6
6.0

DVD Player Died

Maui Boy, Amazon
20 December 2005
  • Summary: I'd agree with most of the positive comments previously posted about this unit regarding image quality and convenience of use. Can't say I had any "smell" issues. Overall, the unit is very impressive. The problem I encountered is that the DVD player died after about twelve hours of use.
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Overall 6
6.0

3.5 stars - nice product but a little off

L. W. St Clair "pro geek", Amazon
16 December 2005
  • Summary: Overall I like it but not ecstatic and too pricey for the level of quality. Some things should have been easily corrected with a decent focus group review. Up and out of the box and watching a 6 ft wide movie on a bare wall within a couple of minutes - nice.
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Overall 6
6.0

Stunning Image but Nasty Fumes

Martin J. Adams, Amazon
23 October 2005
  • Summary: What a great combo DVD projector! Clear and bright image up to 10 feet wide in a small room, using only a white sheet. Put the projector on the floor and it throws the image up to the screen - no need to raise the projector like old slide projectors. Put in a DVD and it starts automatically.
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