Dream Vision Vs Optoma

Discussion in 'Displays' started by RonaldMc, Jul 14, 2004.

  1. RonaldMc

    RonaldMc Agent

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    hello this is Ronald, i just started viewing diferent typesof projectors, and i liked the Optomah76 but i think Dream Vision is a better brand, i am no expert and im not shure at all. i was looking at the DreamWeaver from Dream Vision and the employer was recomending this specific projector for my room of 16x16 feet by a ceiling 9 feet high. i would apreciate any opinions on DreamVision. (If it wasnt for this site i would shurly bought Bose speakers)=)
     
  2. Michael TLV

    Michael TLV THX Video Instructor/Calibrator

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    Greetings

    The Dreamvision unit uses the Infocus engine I believe. Exactly the same menu system as the Infocus. I found both the infocus/Dreamweaver to have similar performance. (Nice)

    I don't have an opinion on the Optoma though ... aside from their engineers not liking calibrators. [​IMG]

    Regards
     
  3. RonaldMc

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    hehe thanks do you own a infocus or DreamVision? and how do they work out on a small room say 16x16 ft.
    thanks
     
  4. Phil2B

    Phil2B Auditioning

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    ronald i was an infocus dealer for 5yrs it is a great looking projector but when it breaks( and it will) they will charge you $518.00 just to look at it even if it just needs a $2.00 fuse. I am now an Optoma dealer and must say better service and image. The Optoma projectors I see people discussing in this forum are data grade not the home theater models and it makes a big differance. The data projectors don't handle moving video in the same way as do the theater models. Go look at the HD8200 and HD 8600.
     

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