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Projector reviews
22 September 2011
  • Conclusion: Optoma’s shiny new 3D capable HD8300 is based on their 2D only, HD8200. The HD8300 is a classic single chip DLP projector. More full featured than the entry level DLP projectors out there, it offers solid performance as a 2D home theater projector, with 3D thrown in. Quantum of Solace image from the Optoma HD8300 projector. HD8300 Brightness: The HD8300 is typical of the majority of over $3500 (to $10,000) projectors.
  • Pros: One of the brighest 3D capable projectors so far, in the over $3500 price class, With 750+ measured lumens in “best” mode, easily handles large screens for 2D, Excellent overall color, and skin tones, Respectable shadow detail, Very good placement flexibility, Edge Masking and Vertical digital image shift, HDMI 1.4a inputs (2) allows for support for Blu-ray 3D content, Optional 3D glasses use RF emitter for better reliability – no line of sight requirement. Or will wo...
  • Cons: One of the brighest 3D capable projectors so far, in the over $3500 price class, With 750+ measured lumens in “best” mode, easily handles large screens for 2D, Excellent overall color, and skin tones, Respectable shadow detail, Very good placement flexibility, Edge Masking and Vertical digital image shift, HDMI 1.4a inputs (2) allows for support for Blu-ray 3D content, Optional 3D glasses use RF emitter for better reliability – no line of sight requirement. Or will wo...
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