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The Optoma HD65 is a fully high definition DLP projector with a native resolution of 1280x720.

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Pros

can't pick out an individual pixel at a typical viewing distance, looks seamless

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very bright, can handle some lights being on in the room without a struggle

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remote control is nicely designed, feels comfortable to use and it can be seen in the dark

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setup is very easy, with colors out of the box being superior to most other projectors

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warms up quickly when you turn it on, don't have to wait too long to see the picture

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Cons

need to ensure that you can control the light in the room - sunlight will wash the picture out

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lamps don't last very long, depending on use

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generates a fair amount of heat even with brightness turned down

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The Optoma HD65 is a fully high definition DLP projector with a native resolution of 1280x720. The HD65 features Texas Instruments’ DarkChip2 DLP Technology, and projects images at a 1600 lumen brightness and 4000:1 contrast ratio. The Optoma HD65 also features a 1.1X manual zoom, and 180 Watt lamp, with an estimated operating time of 2000-3000 hours. Inputs include HDMI 1.3, Component, VGA, Composite, S-Video, and USB connections. At 29 dB, the Optoma HD65 is still louder than average projectors, but still quieter than Optoma’s other heavy hitters, like the HD7100/HD7300. Available October 2007, the Optoma HD65 retails at $1000.

Features
  • Full HD 720P Display
  • Texas Instruments’ DarkChip2 DLP Technology
  • 1600 Lumens Brightness
  • 4000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 29 dB Operating Noise Level
  • Inputs: Composite, Component, S-Video, D-Sub 15pin (VGA), HDMI 1.3, USB
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