Summary: nice picture for the money, loses some clarity once larger than 40 inhces width, fan is quiet and speakers are good too, has composite input, can be placed on table or on ceiling, has full functionality of more expensive projectors, all in all worth the cost by far!
Summary: Personal Experience This is my first projector bought a year ago and I think it's brilliant. It has an intergrated DVD player with speakers and comes with a non-illuminated remote control and a quality fabric carry case. The construction has proved to be strong and the unit is very easy to use with socketry and adaptors to connect Games, TV and PC devices.
Summary: This is a wonderful product. The best thing about it is that it has all integrated, a projector with a DVD player and speakers, so you do not have to set up the connections attach several different wires , in just a minute you are up and watching a movie like in a movie hall. The quality and design and look is good as well. I won't say its very cheap, but considering that its one of its kind, its not too bad as well. It is really worth the money.
Summary: Personal Experience Very good projector for the price. I use to own a $5k DLP projector and the picture quality was only marginally better. The manufactures should consider adding a second HD source and an optical audio output.
Summary: I use this product at a university dormitory, primarily for showing movies. Works great for that--though the speakers are not good for crowds over 20 or so, and it is definitely better in smaller rooms. Picture quality is pretty good--limited by the power of standard definition more than anything. I would definitely recommend this.
Pros: All in one convenience, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Good Focus
Summary: Easy to use for our small public libraries when they show videos for small groups. With a little adjusting it can also be used as a projector for PowerPoint presentations. Will replace our laptop/projector combinations previously used for these purposes. Haven't used it long enough to judge durability.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good Focus, Lightweight, Sharp Picture
Summary: Personal Experience This is my first home projector and I have been using it for 2 years (actually its older brother the DV10 which is essentially the same machine). It is a 480p native resolution, but it handles 1080i and 720p like a champ! Like I said, I have had this for 2 years and it is still enjoyable for HDTV, DVD and gaming.
Excerpt: "...set-top box or games console. Optoma provides a VGA to RGB Scart adaptor in the box, this lets you hook up your PC, but doesn't include a sound cable. However, the unit does have a separate audio out that allows you to connect an external sound system. Computer Compatibility SXGA, XGA, SVGA, 15 Pin D-Sub (VGA type) Video Comapatibility PAL, SECAM (576i/p), NTSC (480i/p), HDTV (1080i, 720p) Format Comapatibility DVD Region Code 2, CD, MP3, ...
Pros: Great picture and sound . Portable . Comes with carry case . Reasonable price . Vertical keystone
Cons: Lacks useful connection leads, small amount of 'arcing' . No Horizontal keystone .