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1st post projector replacement?

Discussion in 'Displays' started by lowridemoney, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. lowridemoney

    lowridemoney New Member

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    :huh:I am looking to replace my projector. I currently have a infoucs screenplay 5700 that works fine. I am ready for something HD. I wanted some advice I am looking to purchase from dell.com for about $1000.00 I am rebuilding my credit and have credit with them (Have to restart somewhere). I was looking at the Optoma HD 66
    Any help here would be great.
     
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    Mark-P Well-Known Member

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    The Optoma HD66 is not full HD. It is only 720p. You're probably not going to find a 1080p projector for $1000 but you might find one for under $1500.
     
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    Jim Mcc Well-Known Member

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    The HD66 is a very popular, 720p projector. What is your question?
     
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    lowridemoney New Member

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    is there a better projector on dell.com or would the optoma HD 66 be the best option?
    I am looking at: Dell 1610hd, optoma hd 20 and the optoma hd 66
     
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    Jim Mcc Well-Known Member

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    The HD20 is the best choice.
     
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    Mark-P Well-Known Member

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    Definitely the HD20 as it is the only one of the three that has full 1080p resolution.
     

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