Summary: Personal Experience This projector rocks. As does the service and warranty. The picture is outstanding -- bright, vibrant, detailed. We watched the Incredibles on it and it was breathtaking (and this is projecting onto an off-white wall). The company ahs great service -- I've called several times to ask about picture adjustment and such and they were great. Also had two minor warranty repairs, both of which were incredibly fast turnarounds, no questions asked.
Summary: Personal Experience Having spent hours on the internet looking at projector specifications and prices, and also trying a Sanyo XW20A and Philips UGO S-Lite, I found the Optoma 735. It has all the necessary connections and XGA resolution. After installing the 735, I found the picture quality, colour and contrast to be superior to the above Sanyo and Philips and excellent for my home cinema use.
Summary: Personal Experience Very Happy. We watch DVD Movies with my kids on a white wall all the time and the picture is excellent. Problems Projector doesn't always sit right when layed on a flat surface. Can be adjusted but still a little tricky.
Summary: Personal Experience This unit has a very sharp and bright image that is very impressive considering the small size of the unit. Very easy to set up as all the necessary cables are supplied. Problems The red channel is a little weak and there is not much way to compensate for it.
Summary: Personal Experience The best picture quality I ever seen. 200% better that evry LCD projector. Picture was very sharp and bright even if I turn on upper lights!, colours was very good. Besides it's quiet. Just price could be better, but it worth to buy it.
Summary: Personal Experience Nice projector on paper. Different story in use. Problems Constant colour wheel and lamp problems. Typical Chinese contruction not as good as Japanese, European or American makes.
Summary: Personal Experience I have been using the Optoma EzPro 735 in my rental stock since its release and never had a problem with it. It is light, portable and very wasy to use. My customers love it and it is constantly asked for. Problems NO!
Summary: Personal Experience I had very strict spec requirements (DLP, XGA res., all TV broadcast types video compat., 35 db or less fan noise, at least 1000 lumens, min. 400:1 contrast, and 4:3 aspect) when I started looking around, and the only 2 projectors which met them all were the Optoma 735 and the Mitsubishi XD200. Though I would have preferred the XD200, i didn't want to pay another $1500 for 900 more lumens and PIP.
Summary: Personal Experience Let me start by stating the goals I had in mind before buying a projector. I was looking for a projector that I could use for business but was good enough to take home on the weekends to watch DVDâ€™s and regular TV. It was also critical that I found a projector that could accept 480p (for progressive scan DVD players) and HDTV. I also decided to go with a DLP projector as it did a much better job of handling video in my opinion compared to LCD.