Projector Review: Optoma H31 480p DLP Home Theater Projector review

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Optoma H31 480p DLP Home Theater Projector review

Optoma H31 480pFeaturing Texas Instruments' DarkChip2 DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology, the Optoma H31 home theater projector brings HDTV programming, DVDs, and streaming video to life with astounding depth and clarity. Offering a movie theater-like experience, the H31 features a Pixelworks video scaler, de-interlacer, and advanced HD scaling, significantly optimizing video processing and frame-by-frame smoothness to unleash every aspect of the video as it was intended to be viewed--with any size from 28 to 304 inches.

Providing you the ability to tune the image to match the screen, the H31's advanced functions can address issues such as artifacts appearing on one or several of the edges of the image or the need to remove the bars that appear above or below or at the sides of the projected image. These settings can also be stored in memory.

The H31 is HDTV compatible with 720p, 480p widescreen (854 x 480), 1080i, and DVI with HDCP output for maximum clarity. The 850 lumens and four-speed six-segment color wheel ensure superior color reproduction with deeper, richer blacks, detailed nuances, and a full palate of bright colors. The included adjustable color matrix lets you set reds, greens, and blues independently for a truly customized experience.

Other features include multiple quick zoom presets, a digital lens shift with two positional memories, and automatic preset reloading whenever input signal resolution changes. Easy to setup and use, the projector comes with cables, remote, batteries, and more; it is backed by a two-year warranty (90 days on lamp).

Technical Details
850 typical lumens, 3,000:1 contrast ratio
Supports 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios
DVI-I with HDCP, RCA component, S-video, composite inputs
Supports RS-232 and IR remote control
Up to 2,000-hour lamp life, 3,000 hours in low-power mode


What's in the Box
Optoma H31 DLP projector, AC power cord, composite video cable, VGA to component adapter, S-video cable, remote control, two batteries, lens cap, user manual, warranty card

Customer Review: Excellent Cinema Quality. Worth every penny !!

I recently bought this product after about a month of research & Wow it really shows its worth as a true cinema projector straight out of the box.Although you may want to deactivate Keystone feature & tweak the white balance for enhanced picture quality. Do use the Component / DVI interfaces to your DVD player/ Laptop for a true 16:9 High Definition experiance. The unit is capable of displaying brilliant picture upto 16 ft across from 24-30 fts without losing the sharpness. The unit is absolutely quiet albeit emitting heat from the lamp, duly cooled by the in-built fan. The remote control is great with backlit buttons. Overall it easily surpasses both in quality & built when compared to most of the expensive projects available today.

Customer Review: !!!!!BEST BANG FOR BUCK EVER!!!!!

As Usual when I decided to by a projector for my home theatre and a bit of work, I did a lot of research (i really mean a lot) and finally got Optoma H31... Best investment ever made. This id the best projector avaliable in marke in this price range and even beats some pretty good one in higher price range too. The picture out of the box is really great, a tiny little bit on greener side for my taste, but otherwise excellent. Even my wife who i havd to fight with to get a projector was very impressed with the picture quality. Since it has a DVI input I bought a Toshiba DVD player with HDMI output and the picture really rocketed off then on, some of the dvds looked much better on DVI than on component connection. I must have watched over 80 movies since i got the projector in Dec 2005. Each and every movie was a great experience. Not to mention the superball in HDTV was awsome, mind blowing, blew all my friend off even before the game started. The Projector also comes with a carrying case making it easy and safe to carry along, also in the box are a couple of adaptors and cables which are ver usefull. The remote has a nice touch of glow when any key is pressed and slowly fading off. The keys on remote are pretty good to control the projector. So far I have not noticed any fan noise or light leakage to be distracted. There are enough inputs on the projector to plug in all type of cables. I even watch pictures & movies recorded on my canon sd500 digital camera which are great too.

I would highly suggest this projector for any one looking below $1000 price range and also above.
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