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Optoma HD20 High Definition 1080p DLP Home Theater Projector

The Optoma HD20 brings a new level of flexibility to your high-definition home theater/multi-media experience. With true 1080p resolution, the HD20 delivers excellent color saturation and subtle details for superior image quality. With its sleek design and weight of 6.4 lbs, the Optoma HD20 is perfect for sharing big-screen movies, sporting events and concerts or for taking your video gaming to the next level by connecting the HD20 to your favorite game console.
Product Features
True High Def 1080p Resolution
1700 Lumens Brightness
4000:1 Contrast Ratio
Up to 300-Inch Screen size
HDI Component, Composite, Video, and VGA Connections
Technical Details
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Native Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080)
Brightness: 1700 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio: 4000:1
No. of Colors: 16.7 million
Native Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Widescreen
Display Technology: DLP (0.65″ DMD)
Data Signals: XGA
Data Signals: SVGA
Data Signals: SXGA
Data Signals: UXGA
Data Signals: SXGA+
Data Signals: HD
Data Signals: VGA
Data Signals: WXGA
Video Signals: HDTV (720p, 1080i/p)
Inputs: Composite
Inputs: HDMI
Inputs: Component
Inputs: VGA
Lens: F=2.55-2.87, f=22.4-26.8mm
User Reviews
this a very nice 1080p projector for a 1000 dollars it\’s nice and bright very quite the color is perfect it could do a little better with blacks but not bad just could be a little better blu ray looks beautiful on it. great great projector.
Hector L. Febus rated: 4
Leslie_Leslie says that the image can\’t zoom or focus? Is this true? I know it does not do this electronically, but I would think that you can turn the lens manually to zoom and focus.
D. McGarry rated: 5
No regrets about buying this projector. I have it mounted to the ceiling in my basement and it is awesome. I would agree that it does put out a considerable amount of heat. I have had it for over a week now and I have not had a single problem with it. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who was interested in getting a projector in lieu of a tv.
Sydney Panzer rated: 4
I am fortunate to have purchased a house that had an unfinished 300 sq ft basement that I immediately identified as my new media room. I pre-wired for 7.1 surround sound and then began the search for my projector. After weeks of searching, I came across the HD20. The few reviews I could find swayed me to purchase (along with the <$1000 tag). I am completely happy. The small lag for the signal to show is not a big deal. The fact that there is no auto focus is also not a big deal because once you\’ve set the focus, you should be good to go. Luckily the size of my theater room keeps me from noticing any problems with the heat it puts off. Again, this is a REALLY good purchase and I recommend to anyone who is interested!
Mike Hammond rated: 5
Ordered this from Amazon.com. Connected it to my PS3 Slim. The picture quality is crisp and perfect. This projector is very light which allows multiple options for mounting, ceiling/wall etc. Hardly creates any noise, would recommend it to others in a heartbeat. All in all, great product for the price.
Jewelrai rated: 5

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