Awards & Reviews

UHD50 – DigitalTends Review


May 31, 2018

Everybody wants the visual experience of a movie theater without leaving the comfort of home, but historically that’s been difficult – or, at least, expensive. While there’s nothing like dimming the lights, popping a cold one, and watching your favorite film, tv series, or sports team in massive, 100-plus-inch glory, finding a projector of suitable quality at a price that didn’t put a major dent in the new car fund has been an insurmountable stumbling block.

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March 12, 2018

Best New Home Theatre Projector



February 21, 2018

Highly sharp thanks to Laser technique! Therefore the Optoma UHZ65 is a real threat for Sony and JVC. Thanks to its rich brightness for SDR and HDR sources as well as high contrast values, the Optomas Laser DLP deserves a lot of praise. In addition, the quiet and extremely durable UHZ65 collects many points in practice as well as in our visual test.

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February 14, 2018

The Optoma HD39Darbee is a high-value crowd-pleaser. It’s not always possible to satisfy movie fans and gamers, but this model scores more than it misses. It’s an effective gaming display, does a fine job with films and is bright enough to make your next sporting event a real social occasion.

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Home Cinema Choice

January 26, 2018

“Overall, this is a cracking, credible high-end home cinema projector. I suspect once you’ve gone laser, you’ll not want to go back.”

“the picture performance of the UHZ65 is on the right side of gorgeous. The image is tack-sharp. Like its UHD65 stablemate, the projector is built around TI’s XPR (eXpanded Pixel Resolution) DMD.”

“4K content is obviously this PJ’s strength, but image quality with HD sources is good too.”



January 4, 2018

“Optoma is on a roll with the UHZ65 and has fully exhausted the chassis of the recently launched cheaper UHD projector. Particularly successful is the color and contrast management, so that you get an almost perfect image. Experts will be very happy about the abundant possibilities for fine tuning.”

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January 3, 2018

Picture clarity is outstanding. The projector employs an XPR 0.67” DMD device, which uses hyper-fast switching to create a 4K (8 million pixel) image from 4.15 million mirrors. It’s not exactly native 4K, but it’s as near as dammit. We certainly haven’t seen our Ultra HD Blu-rays look any more noticeably sharper.

Sharper, brighter better – the UHZ65 is the most exciting home theatre projector we’ve seen all year.

The UHZ65 brings dazzling laser clarity to the world of projection.

BE Free8


December 18, 2017

“The Optoma NuForce BE Free8 are a pair of excellent bare-bones headphones that won’t break the bank. The headphones nail the basics with ease of use, sound quality and battery life.…for listening to music on the go, the NuForce BE Free8 are a solid option. A major factor contributing to its success, noise isolation is excellent once you get the right fit. Optoma includes a variety of tips for you to try so make sure to try them all to ensure you’re getting the best fit. On a noisy train and plane, the BE Free8 managed to block out most of the outside ambient noise. Battery life is excellent for truly wireless earbuds with a combined listening time of 16 hours.”

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“We find that the BE2 is very affordable, sounds good, and keeps its ear tips where they’re supposed to be. As an added bonus, the rear of the BE2’s driver housings are magnetic, allowing them to stick together when they hang from the neck, reducing the risk of accidentally losing them when not in use.Not only do the ear tips stay in place around the BE2’s large sound channels, the tips also offer excellent isolation, even on our noisy NYC subway commute.We got around the 10 hours of battery life claimed by Optoma, which is impressive considering the relatively small size of the BE2’s battery housing…the overall quality build and sound in this affordable headphone makes the BE2 easy to recommend.”


HiFi Choice

December 14, 2017

It is a well-made earphone and the blue finish on the housings is smart without being too obtrusive.

Its presentation is very slightly forward, which gives it a consistently lively and exciting edge.

The use of an armature for the bass instead of a dynamic driver seems to lend it speed and definition that is very useful whenever there is a more complex arrangement to deal with and, as before, it does well to draw you into the performance.

In the noisiest surroundings, it is able to keep any interference at bay without the need to raise the volume.  Combines with the useful level of sensitivity on offer and the inline remote, the HEM4 performs well with lower-powered sources, ensuring it is a tempting prospect for commuters