Optoma HD27HDR 1080p 4K HDR Ready Home Theater Projector for Gaming and Movies 120Hz Support and HDMI 2.0 White Product Reviews
LAG-FREE GAMING: Experience lightning-fast 1080p input response times of 16ms at 60Hz and 8.4ms at 120Hz when connected to the latest gaming consoles and High Performance PCs SUPER-BRIGHT: Enjoy an incredible 3,400 lumens of brightness in any room in your home theater or living room, or in your backyard for outdoor movie nights 1080p HDR AND 4K HDR support: HDR10 technology with DCI-P3 wide color gamut support displays everything in the REC.2020 colors; also providing brighter whites, deeper blacks, and greater color depth LONG LAMP LIFE: Enjoy up to 15,000 hours of lamp life provides an average of 4 hours of viewing time for 10+ years 4K INPUT AND DETAILED IMAGES: 1080p (1920×1080) resolution renders sharp and detailed images from high definition content without downscaling or compression FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: Connect with most media players, HD-ready gaming consoles, PCs, and mobile devices with HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 support and HDMI 1.4a EASY INSTALLATION: Vertical keystone correction and a 1.1x zoom enable flexibile placement in any environment FULL 3D 1080p SUPPORT: Display true 3D content from almost any 3D source, including 3D Blu-ray Disc players, 3D broadcasting, and the latest-generation game consoles; Optoma 3D glasses purchase required
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That returned my thinking to front projection screens on 100 inches or more! While the UHD/4k/HDR flat panel TVs will give you the best contrast, blacks and detail, for the price, they will never offer the same return on investment as this Optoma HD27 on my 120" screen that I ended up going with!This isn’t my first projector.We decided against a screen and just viewed on the wall, there was a little glare with bright white images from the bulb, mostly due to having a satin wall paint.I’ve owned a couple lower-end Optoma HD projectors over the last decade and always wished for a price comparable 90″ flat screen TV .Guessing how much a lamp is? 200!!! Even after you buy the 200 dollar lamp, still only 90 day warranty.This is our 3rd projector.Hopefully it’s just this unit, but would not recommend otherwise.On day 97 of ownership the bulb died.maybe 1x/week.I managed to turn it back on and check the menu for lamp life information only to discover I have on 116 hrs of Eco lamp life.As I live in Brazil, I brought this with me.The unit would occasionally work.Original Review:It’s projection is great quality.Picture is crystal clear.It causes annoying changes in contrast while viewing.We read many reviews and watched many demos on Youtube, but we knew that those videos usually do not give an accurate representation of the image quality of this projector.I purchased this with a 100 inch screen and a surround sound system and oh my God was it worth it.HDR mode not yet tested .The price is less than six hundred bucks which for a novice like me is good to justify a very infrequent use.The one that I received does not have any issues with color wheel noise, but it also only has a single HDR setting unlike what Optima said they were going to do.Unfortunately I cannot concur.
My kids just tried gaming with Wii, and they love it! My wife and I were watching some youtube video in 1080p, and the colors were so beautiful and the white was so bright, we were all smiling.You MUST determine within a foot or two the optimum distance to mount this on the ceiling, or you cannot get the picture big or small enough to fit on your screen.This projector would be a 5 star buy if it didn’t have the awesome ‘Lamp Failure’ feature or bug.I sold that house, left all the a/v, moved around the country for 5 years, and finally settled down and thought “I need another projector” Paid around $500 and this is a great value.We just wanted something that worked good enough for us to use in our basement family room to watch movies with the kids.From googling the issue, there doesn’t seem to be anything you can do about it as it can only be avoided at the design stage of the product.As there are many review on watching movies and shows at home, my review will be about using this for projection visuals / mapping.When I want to impress, I can put it on a stand way up on the air and use the wall as a 300″ or so screen.It’s like someone painted them over with water colors.I then proceeded to shut off then turn back on and it was gone.The bump in brightness is a game changer for us.Since this was on sale for such a good price we got it.INORDER TO GET THE HUGE SCREEN SIZE THEY CLAIM YOU WILL NEED AT LEAST 18 FEET FROM THE SCREEN.Optoma claims it has USB connectivity…that’s FALSE! It has a USB port, but it’s power ONLY! Meaning, if you want to charge your phone, plug it in.Yes, there are $1000 – $3000 projectors that will give you ultimate quality in any lighting but this is exactly what I needed for my theatre room.I owned an Optoma x312 I used for 6-hours daily..I bought this one to upgrade from a non HD projector.But I was not willing to fork out $600.Out of the box with no adjustments, we’re projecting what must be a 120" image on a white wall and it looks incredible.
It is just as good as my 4K TV, especially on my over the air TV channels.” Contacted support, reseated the lamp and power connector at their suggestion, and it didn’t fix it.I can’t say enough about the features and image quality packed into an affordable package.The sound of the fan is near inaudible which is also a huge plus over most Epson projectors which seem to run louder.I’m not an impulse buying as I like to do a lot of research.Glad I waited! Being in my basement theater with no windows I actually use eco mode since it’s too bright otherwise! Nice, rich color on this projector and handy test grids to use when you’re setting up the zoom and focus.I seem to review things right away before having time to enjoy themProjector overall is really good at watched 3D movies phenomenal pictureI had 674 hours on my bulb which states 15000 hours I just changed it I bought an oem bulb I hope I get at least 5000 hours out of it not difficult to change but disappointing.I have this projector and an Elite Screens 125″ in my living room.We tried one, returned it for a replacement, same problem.The remote is cool I love the lights on it even tho they are bright but the range isnt all that great.Amazing picture and bright enough even with the lights on.It’s crystal clear on a sunny day with all the lights on.I got this projector in October 2018, after doing much needed research, and was very happy with my purchase until the lamp went out the following month, 6 days after the on return date, which so happen to also be Thanksgiving day..Three months working well table top mode, used 3 hours per week.it’s fineonly thing i don’t like is that only two of the feet are adjustable on the bottom, so i’ve got some old cassette tapes to raise it up in the back lolbut yeah, works great, real quiet This was a reluctanctly purchased to replace a tried and true Optoma HD20.Very frustrated.I had been lead to believe you had to spend quite a bit of money on a projector which I have come to find out not to be the case.Picture is seeable with lights on but obviously color will be affected.