Optoma H180X - Proyector (3000 lúmenes ANSI, DLP, WXGA (1280x800), 6500h, Manual, 21,8 - 23,98 mm) Negro
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Descripción del producto
Acorde RoHS: Si
Alcance de zoom: 1.1:1
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 8,4 cm
Ancho: 28,6 cm
Brillo de proyector: 3000 lúmenes ANSI
Cables incluidos: Corriente alterna, VGA
Cantidad de puertos VGA (D-Sub): 2
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad 3D: Si
Compatibilidad de tamaño de pantalla: 690,9 - 7645,4 mm (27.2 - 301")
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 0,5W
Consumo energético: 233W
Corrección vertical de keystone (trapezoide): -40 - 40°
Distancia de proyección del objetivo: 1,2 - 12m
Entrada de CA: Si
Entrada de S-Video: 1
Entrada de video compuesto: 1
Exhibición en pantalla (OSD): Si
Factor de forma: Escritorio
Frecuencia de entrada: 50/60 Hz
Fuente de energía: Corriente alterna
Intervalo de escaneado horizontal: 15.3 - 91.1 kHz
Intervalo de escaneado vertical: 24 - 85 Hz
Intervalo de longitud focal: 21.8 - 23.98 mm
Mando a distancia: Si
Nivel de ruido: 28 Db
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Pantalla incorporada: No
Peso: 2,2 kg
Potencia estimada RMS: 2W
Profundidad: 19,2 cm
Puerto - RS-232: 1
Puerto DVI: No
Rango de apertura: 2.5 - 2.67
Ranura para cable de seguridad: Si
Relaciones de aspecto compatibles: 16:10
Relación de alcance: 1.55 - 1.7:1
Relación de aspecto nativa: 16:10
Relación de contraste (dinámico): 18000:1
Resolución (máxima analógica): 1600 x 1200 Pixeles
Resolución original del proyector: WXGA (1280x800)
Salidas para auriculares: 1
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: No
Tecnología de proyección: DLP
Tipo de ranura de bloqueo del cable: Kensington
Versión HDMI: 1.4
Vida de la lámpara (modo economico): 6500h
Voltaje de entrada: 100 - 240V
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This is a great projector (as was my previous one) and it does exactly what I wanted: provide high-def video to my 110" screen.
I have a large DVD library and have no need for blueray (yet), so 720p is just fine and it fills my screen with as much precision and clarity as I could ever want. Seriously, at 110" in a living room, you do not want to see every pore in the skin of your favorite stars.
I haven't tried the 3D portion of this yet, but it's nice to know that it's there.
Noise: When the unit first starts up, it's a bit loud - and boy that made me nervous at first - but within a minute or two it settles in and is barely noticeable. Now, after having it about one year, I have recently noticed that the startup noise is a little louder and lasts a little longer. This is only a problem when I try to watch something immediately after turning it on. But within 3 minutes or so, the noise level is back down to where it should be. I watch in a dark room so I have the brightness settings at medium (econo mode?).
I have it hooked up to my PS3 and use it to watch Hulu, Netflix, DVDs and BluRays. Despite the description on here, my PS3 recognized it as 1080p resolution and as long as your internet speed is fast enough or you're playing a BluRay, it really does look like 1080p especially with such a large screen!
I do recommend that you invest in speakers though because the highest volume on the built in speakers can sometimes not be high enough and the lowest volume not low enough. I say that because I like to fall asleep to my TV shows sometimes and lowest volume can still be heard quite well if the rooms is completely silent. On the other hand, the highest volume is not enough to be heard clearly if noise is made in the kitchen or the laundry room is left open (I live in an 800 square foot apartment with the kitchen, dining area and living room adjacent).
It does tend to get a little hot if it is not given sufficient room around it to ventilate properly but the fan noise can hardly be heard even with the volume at it's lowest setting. It does keep a constant temperature while it's running and I've even run it while the room was between 75-79 degrees with no problems.
The wall that I project on is adjacent to a sliding glass wall so for most of the day I have indirect sunlight shining on the wall. Though this projector does not appear as clearly in indirect sunlight as it does in complete darkness, the picture is still visible and I can still play video games on it without straining as long as I set the projector to its "Bright" setting.
Overall, I am VERY satisfied with this projector and if I were given the choice again, I would be hard-pressed to buy a different projector in this price range.
If you are on a budget build, this is a wonderful buy and you will be very happy. I paired it with a 92" Silver Screen and for $650ish, I dont think you could do better.
The Good: The price point is excellent. It has the essential connections. The controls are extensive, and allow great versatility. The picture is clear, sharp, and it's not hard to find a setting you'll be happy with. It really is a nice projector for the budget minded home theater buff.
My experience is sadly the ugly part of the equation. People will tell you all day long that the new dlp technology makes rainbows a thing of the past. It simply isn't true. If you are among the segment of the population who sees them, this projector will be a nightmare out of the box. I had no idea I was so prone to them, but literally 30 minutes was all I could stand.
I tried to ignore it, but it was enough to give me a headache, even in that short time.
I will have to step up to an Epson 3LCD, which I should've bought in the first place.
All in all, this model, h180x, is a solid machine. Just be sure you don't see rainbows. No joke. BE SURE.