Summary: This was purchased for Spirits on Bourbon Street in New Orleans . On a Large Da-Lite screen , they play the Ball games on a 7 X 12 foot screen . The front doors are always open and even during the day the Picture was better than expected ! See it fro yourself if your ever on BB Street . I have never had to service this unit !
Summary: I bought this projector last year use it about 3 or 4 times about 16 hours total use then the lamp exploded after some months I read about the one year lamp warranty so I send it I got it back plug it and turn it on as soon as I see the image it shuts down and the red lamp light is flashing thats the way optoma send it to me the same as the other review my projector is got the same problem its got 90 days repair warranty but I don't want to send it back because I pay for...
Summary: Wanted a reasonable cost but very bright projector for movies in our four season sunroom. Install was easy and fast. Other projectors we have owned were very finicky with regard to source selection. No problem with this projector. Product documentation was accurate regarding throw distance. Noise level is acceptable and not at all noticeable even when watching quiet movies. Picture is stunning with full 1080p video sources.
Summary: I have extensive experience with both projectors and video production, so here's the straight scoop. This is a great tool for some things. If you need to project a clean bright image with good color balance in a room with some ambient light, there may currently not be a better projector for the money. It has sizzling brightness and a razor sharp picture, even on large screens. The blacks look deep and rich as long as there's a bright image next to them.
Summary: I have side by side the Optoma TH1060P and the Epson TW 6100 (wich is excellent in home cinema applications). Visually (i am not an expert) The Optoma have better whites, the picture look a bit more detailed (you can't see the Grid, thanks to the DLP technology). But the color balance is better on the Epson. Yellows are Yellows (they tend to be orange on the Optoma). Faces look natural on the Epson, and they look "tanned" on the Optoma.
Summary: Our church purchased this unit over a year ago and we have been very happy with it. It is used on our platform surrounded by stage lighting with no problems seeing the images projected there. We have even mounted it vertically for a time in portrait orientation for a special look during several services and it worked great, even though it wasn't designed for that application.
Summary: We're using this projector for our main presentation room at our video & audio recording business... I couldn't see us using a 60 in lcd screen, so I took a chance on 125" screen, and THIS PROJECTOR! It's awesome, even in daylight! I am very happy, and so are my employees.
Projector stop working just one month after i bought it
J. AILBIRT JAVIER DA "jailbirt", Amazon
2 September 2012
Summary: Projector was working ok, very bright and clear picture. Suddenly It stops working, It doesn't start up and lamp's led turns red. I'm trying on contact Optoma for RFA, still no answer from them. I don't recommend this product, neither Optoma support.
Summary: We recently purchased this projector to replace a much older HP projector. This 1080p projector has a very crisp picture. The brightness is as good as you can get for a projector in this price range. It seems to be constructed well. The built-in stand works well. The setup was very easy. It has all the necessary features and nothing more that would confuse users.