Optoma HD8200




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By Home Theater HiFi on

It seems every year projector prices fall a little more. The $4999 Optoma HD8200 single-chip DLP 1080p projector offers features and image quality that would have cost you over $10,000 just a few years ago. Though it has some stiff competition from...

By HDTVexpert on

Well, we sure got that one wrong. Three years ago, Mitsubishi pulled the rug out from under the DLP crowd with its eye-popping 3LCD HC5000, priced at $4,495 and completely upstaging new LCoS projector announcements from JVC and Sony. Epson and...

By AVguide on

With a high-end look (and a midrange price tag) Optoma’s latest full 1080p DLP projector combines the firm’s own video processor with Pixelworks’ PW9800 chip for the smoothest picture. OVERVIEW Consider this HD projector if:...

By ProjectorCentral on

The Optoma HD8200 follows in the footsteps of the venerable HD80, which was one of the finest 1080p DLP projectors under $10,000 during its time. It had great ANSI contrast at 515:1 and superb color performance. Now, the HD8200 takes the HD80s...

By Projectors at Projector Reviews on

I like where Optoma is going with the HD8200. All considered, the HD8200 projector is perhaps the second really impressive 1080p projector to come out of Optoma. The first being the HD81-LV - the brightest of the under $10,000 1080p projectors, and a...