Optoma HD82 projector
Wired: The images were near perfect right from the box, and if any tweeking was needed, it was easyTired: At 8.4kg, getting it into a ceiling mount is a bit of a mission, so you'll have to call on friends, who will then inevitably want to see it in action and then eat all of your popcorn
Optoma HD8200 Home Theater Projector Review
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 HD80's impressive legacy and beats it, reaching an impressive 582:1 ANSI contrast.
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- Smooth pictures
- No "rainbow effect"
- Easy set-up
- Great build quality
- High detail
- Too big for occasional use
- Works best in blackout
Conclusion While its size makes it unsuitable as an occasional projector, this otherwise carefully thought out and versatile single-chip DLP projector should have wide appeal among home cinema nuts. With impressive smoothness, high detail and the banishing of the dreaded rainbow effect, the hushed HD82 is a perfect partner to a Blu-ray player.