HD29Darbee – Hifitest.de

Hifitest.de
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December, 2017

“Optoma has launched the HD29Darbee, a colorfast entry model having a big-screen for home cinema. The projector is easy to install and works really quietly and offers plenty of potential with regards to the image quality!”

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UHD60 – PCGamesN

PCGamesN
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December, 2017

“Once up and running, gaming on the UHD60 is absolutely stunning. The projection is vibrant, and exceptionally detailed – it’s easy to forget the image isn’t running straight off a mammoth panel until you turn the beamer off unveiling your bland off-yellow wall.”

“What really makes the Optoma UHD60 special is the price. You might blow air out of your nose at the sight of the price tag being lauded as ‘affordable’ but for a 4K, HDR-capable projector, it’s a steal. ”

“Optoma have put together a menagerie of features – previously kept locked behind gargantuan price tags – into their UHD60 projector.”

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UHD65 – AudioVision

AudioVision
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December, 2017

“The detailed sharpness of the Optoma UHD65 is excellent and exceeds clearly the JVC DLA-X5900.”

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HD29Darbee – Gadgetynews

Gadgetynews
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November, 2017

Even with the curtains open and the lights on (I review in the evening and it’s most definitely autumn right now) the image is clear, sharp and vibrant. However, close the curtains and flick off the lights and the colours really pop.

Straight out of the box, the depth and vibrancy of the video produced was impressive.

Also, the colour and brightness uniformity was pretty spot on.

Even when getting close to the image, it remains sharp.

Optoma have again managed to produce a projector that is impressive for the price.

I really like the colour depth and detail and the ease of set up. It also proved its worth for casual gaming, however I would suggest you looked at the GT1080Darbee if gaming is your main thing.

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UHD60 – Live for Films

Live for Films
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November, 2017

“When watching something in 4K it is simply stunning. Almost like a window to the world outside. Hooking up my PC to the projector I watched some of the 4K nature videos on YouTube and you feel like you could step into the scenes. It is impossible to describe in the written word the step up 4K gives you when compared to the current HD images. You just need to try and experience it for yourself.”

“Once you get it set up to your liking you will find the images are rich, balanced, sharp and dynamic. The projector can deal with fast-moving images without thing becoming blurry. Playing video games was a delight with the processor having no problem keeping up with the fast gameplay ensuring a high-quality gaming experience.”

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HD28DSE – Expert Reviews

Expert Reviews
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November, 2017

This uses “stereoscopic depth information from a human-vision-based model” to enhance the clarity and contrast of a video source and boost it to unheard of levels. It works, too, adding an incredible solidity and texture to the projected image that almost makes it look like you’ve changed from 1080p to 4k. The processing is adjustable and takes a bit of twiddling to get set up just right, but once you’re there, the image quality is astonishing, and it’s coupled with a punchy, colourful presentation that makes films a joy to behold. A brightness of 3,000 lumens also means it’s usable in daylight as well as when the curtains are drawn. For the money, it’s simply brilliant.

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UHD60 – AV Tech Media

AV Tech Media
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November, 2017

“FLYING THE FLAG for affordable 4K projection is this sweetly-styled DLP model from Optoma. Its large screen images are blisteringly sharp – this resolution revolution backed by a 3,000 Lumens brightness punch and shadow-detailing talents that work well with HDR sources.”

“Colour handling impresses, too, as does the level of calibration/ setup flexibility on offer, including a 1.6x zoom and extensive throw ratio that makes the UHD60 a simple fit for your cinema room.”

UHD65 – What HiFi

What HiFi
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November, 2017

“Optoma has produced a sophisticated 4K HDR projector at a competitive price”

“those looking for a top-notch projector should give the Optoma UHD65 serious consideration.”

“It may not have all the bells and whistles of a high-end 4K projector, but it is future-proof and should keep you happy for years. At this price, the Optoma looks the one to beat.”

“It should keep you happy for years”

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HD39Darbee – Home Cinema Choice

Home Cinema Choice
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November, 2017

“Often with a bright, multi-purpose media-room style PJ there’s a level of compromise, be it in colour fidelity or operating noise. This Optoma gets the presentational balance about right.  It looks convincing with movies but is also a fast, colourful gaming display. And the compact form factor is very convenient.”

HCC verdict:

“This entertaining all-purpose movie and games projector is cinematic when it needs to be, but offers low-lag gaming too. Darbee processing proves a welcome extra.”

UHD65 – Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews
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“Picture detail is unquestionably high. The projector looks particularly fine with the 10-bit 2160p output from a Sky Q set-top box. Star Trek Beyond is hugely engaging in terms of fine picture detail and color vibrancy; Warcraft shows a mesmerizing amount of texture and fine detail.”

“It’s often difficult to appreciate the resolution boost offered by 4K UHD on a relatively small UHD TV. However, supersize your sources to 100 inches plus, and the extra detail and depth becomes wonderfully self-evident. This Optoma does a marvelous cinematic job, particularly with the likes of Sky Q and streaming 4K dongles, as well as regular Blu-ray. Plus, color fidelity is lush. It’s also compact and respectfully quiet in operation.”

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