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Topic # 83347 14-May-2011 16:13
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1-2 Hours on the bulb.

2500 Lumens
4000:1 Contrast Ratio

3D ready DLP projector

Weight:
2.3 kg

Resolution:
1280x720

Aspect Ratio:
16:9

Technology:
DLP

Lens:
1.1x manual

Lens Shift:
No

Lamp Life:
3,000 Hrs
4,000 (eco)


Connectors:  S-Video, Composite, RGB, HDMI, RS232

The Optoma HD66 is a small, powerful, versatile home theater projector that's great for movies, video games, or HD sports. Its pre-calibrated picture modes optimize brightness, which is great for use in high ambient light but not ideal for cinema. A little fine-tuning of the picture controls gets you a dynamic, vibrant picture that's perfect for movies. 720p 3D support adds a bit of future-proofing and allows for the use of 3D PC games, if you have a computer powerful enough to handle them. All in all, the HD66 offers an outstanding value for those on a budget who want a bright home theater projector that is great for movies, video games, and for additional types of computer-based projection as well.
 

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  Reply # 490320 6-Jul-2011 22:23
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Just a quick bump on this. Going for $1k. Will ship anywhere in NZ.



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  Reply # 490651 7-Jul-2011 15:49
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Alright stuff the price, just make an offer if you're interested lol

Want to get rid of this. Just doesn't fit an in apartment.

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