Optoma HD67N



Optoma HD67N

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One of the biggest obstacles to 3D is cost. The discs, the player, the display, the glasses: it all adds up – and the only 3D projectors we’ve seen have been the wrong side of £3000. Until now. Optoma’s 3D-XL add-on (below) turns...

By What Hi-Fi? on

Three dimensions work best on a cinema-sized screen where the format is more immersive and ultimately more convincing. While a 3D TV promises a peek through a dimensional window, cinema opens the doors and drags you inside. But until now, megascreen...

By TechRadar on

Optoma has slashed the price of 3D home cinema with the launch of the world’s first 3D projection adaptor, the 3D-XL, and a range of affordable, compatible home cinema projectors (we used the HD67N). You can now create a big screen 3D cinema for a...

By T3 Magazine on

It's 3D ready, but you can't watch movies on it without an additional box, while the annoying rainbow effect and low resolution detract from it....

By Expert Reviews on

C'est sur une bonne impression que nous concluons ce test de l'Optoma HD67n. Il a pour avantage de proposer une image lumineuse qui conserve un bon contraste avec des couleurs justes. C'est parfait puisque c'est ce que l'on attend...

International Review By AudioVideoHD on