Awards & Reviews

UHD60

audiovision magazine

July 24, 2017

“The Optoma UHD60 makes fascinating precise Ultra-HD home cinema finally accessible to a wide community of fans. Its complex video editing offers a bright, but still good quality colour in all images.”

“The sharpness of the Optoma UHD60 is phenomenal in its price class. The detailed image quality is excellent and in the same class as much more expensive e-Shift projectors from JVC (based on full-HD chip). “

+ Accurate in every detail and bright projection

+ HDR compatible

+ Flexible installation and lens shift

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GT1080Darbee

trustedreviews.com

“With its gaming-friendly focus and Darbee processing, the GT1080Darbee is a pretty unique proposition for its price. And since both of its core attractions prove to be anything but a gimmick, it really does look like a bargain.”

“The Optoma GT1080Darbee is a great projector, combining strong gaming and movie credentials for what is, under the circumstances, a very attractive price.”

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UHD60

audiovideohd.fr

“UHD60 delivers the most convincing image quality and definition.”

“With HD sources, the Optoma projector delivers very good results.”

“With few adjustments, the results in post-calibration are particularly excellent.”

“With 4K sources, Ultra Detail is very useful to reinforce image sharpness.”

“Various 4K sources were analysed during this test and on both UHD Blu-ray and also streaming videos SVOD Amazon Video and Netflix, the new DLP chip shows all of its capabilities with the UHD60.”

Final rating : 4/5

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UHD60

techcrunch.com

“Here’s the bottom line: If you’ve been waiting for 4K in a projector, this is the one to get.”

“The Optoma UHD60 delivers unrivaled image quality at this price (and beats a lot of higher priced options), while also offering HDR support and decent onboard speakers.”

“I’ve been testing the Optoma UHD60 for a couple of weeks now, and it has really blown me away in terms of how much of a difference it makes vs. even very good full HD resolution projector hardware. The difference is immediately apparent, offering a sharpness that to my eyes was similar to the difference between Retina resolution and what came before on Apple computers and smartphones.”

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UHD65

nerdtechy.com

July 21, 2017

“You want the ultimate home theater system? Then you want the Optoma UHD65. This projector is currently the best on the market. It supports all of the latest standards including UHD and 4K, and Optoma’s advanced smoothing system makes your video look amazingly natural.”

“Of course, any 4K projector can display high levels of detail. But the UDH65 has a trick up it’s sleeve. It’s got a 1,200,000:1 contrast ratio. This means that the brightest whites are 1.2 million times brighter than the darkest darks.”

“This is truly a projector for the avid film buff, and we can’t recommend it enough.”

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UHD60

nerdtechy.com

“As far as 4K goes, this is still the best bang for your buck out there. If you’re looking to make an investment that will last for many years, this would be our first choice.”

“In the color department, this projector is no slacker either. It’s capable of producing the full range of HDR images. It’s fully compliant with REC 2020, which ensures that the colors are accurate, and presented exactly the way that your movie producer intended them to be seen.”

“Optoma’s optical system is a cut above the rest. It has 1.6x optical zoom, so you have more flexibility between placement and display size. You also get a variable throw ratio of 1.39 to 2.2, and vertical lens shift.”

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GT5500+

nerdtechy.com

“Is the Optoma GT5500+ a good projector for gaming? Absolutely. But gaming isn’t the only thing that it can do. What makes this projector good isn’t some magical technology that only applies to gaming. They simply didn’t cut any corners. The bulb is incredibly bright, there is a plethora of connections available, and the image is deep, rich, and vivid.”

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UHD65

tvspecialists.com

Optoma UHD65 Home Theater Projector Comparison: Epson Pro Cinema 4040

“With good 4K source material, the Optoma UHD4K clearly has better detail and sharpness. It also has the benefit of almost no visible pixels lines or screen door effect.”

“…Optoma was able to reproduce detail in the star field that the Epson simply could not. We concluded that this was a very good image to show the difference between 4K e-shift which is 4 million pixels vs. the Optoma with its 8 million pixels delivered to the screen. You can clearly see many, many stars that are just not visible on the Epson.”

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UHD65

tvspecialists.com

Optoma UHD65 Home Theater Projector Comparison: Epson Pro Cinema 4040

“With good 4K source material, the Optoma UHD4K clearly has better detail and sharpness. It also has the benefit of almost no visible pixels lines or screen door effect.”

“…Optoma was able to reproduce detail in the star field that the Epson simply could not. We concluded that this was a very good image to show the difference between 4K e-shift which is 4 million pixels vs. the Optoma with its 8 million pixels delivered to the screen. You can clearly see many, many stars that are just not visible on the Epson.”

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GT1080Darbee

thedigitalfix.com

“100 inch picture from just 1 metre away from the wall? AND a 16ms response time. We’re sold.”

“The GT1080Darbee is a quality piece of hardware and it shows in every way possible. A flawless picture and low input lag combined with the short throw lens make for an unmissable piece of kit.”

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