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Optoma HD141X Full HD 3D 1080p Projector

by Optoma
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RRP: £549.99
Price: £499.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Fantastic Full 3D 1080p image quality and incredible 23000:1 contrast
  • Bright vivid colours - 3000 ANSI Lumens
  • Built-in 10W speaker and easy connectivity including HDMI and MHL
  • MHL technology allows smartphones, tablets and other portable devices to be connected directly to your projector by a single cable
  • 2 HDMI v1.4a digital inputs and twin D-Sub PC ports

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Optoma HD141X Full HD 3D 1080p Projector + 4 Pack of SainSonic Zodiac 904 Series 144Hz Rechargeable 3D DLP-Link Projector Active Shutter Glasses, Black + IBRA® 10m High Speed PRO GOLD RED v2.0/1.4a HDMI Cable 3D 2160p PS4 SKY HD 4K Ultra HD(Version 2.0, 18Gbps, ARC)
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 315 x 224 x 114 cm ; 2.4 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.6 Kg
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  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: HD141X
  • ASIN: B00M2YDBXK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 Aug 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 962 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Product Description

Extensive connectivity
MHL technology
The perfect home cinema choice

Creating a super-sized cinematic experience in the comfort of your home is simple with the new HD141X projector. Bringing together Full high definition 1080p resolution with 3,000 ANSI lumens brightness creates an incredibly immersive experience. Incorporating BrilliantColor multi-colour processing technology from Texas Instruments brings stunning, vibrant colour to your screen. Colours display vividly, whilst darker areas of the image do not suffer with low contrast dullness and have deep black levels that add a true sense of depth and a remarkable amount of shadow detail. Lighter scenes are not compromised, with strikingly bright images visible even with ambient light in the room. Boasting a high 3,000 ANSI lumen brightness and 23,000:1 contrast ratio, the HD141X produces exceptionally clear images with perfectly balanced colours. This gives incredible light and shade detail which is only possible with a high contrast projector resulting in crystal clear definition, making it perfect for watching big screen movies and playing action-packed games.

Anywhere, anytime

The HD141X will give you long-lasting image quality whilst eliminating costly and time-consuming maintenance. This is due to the filter-free design which will reduce the ownership costs so you have nothing to worry about. The projector chassis has an attractive, sleek, black finish and is one of the smallest 1080p projectors on the market, also making it one of the most portable. The tiny frame and the minuscule 2.45kg weight of the HD141X means you can have a truly immersive and cinematic experience almost anywhere which makes sharing a film or watching the big game with friends even easier. This is an advantage exclusive to DLP technology, which is traditionally small and lightweight, compared to other technologies. The built-in 10W speakers provide a fantastic audio experience, eliminating the need for bulky external speakers. Despite the small dimensions of the projector the level of audio quality that is created is exceptional, making dialogue, narration and commentary clear. The optional carry bag is a great way of transporting your projector, with separate compartments for cables and wires. The HD141X provides a seamless 3D experience. All 3D technology is built into the unit and requires no additional adapters – you just link it to a 3D source via HDMI. The 3D-sync port can connect an Optoma ZF2100 System – required for 3D viewing.

Stay in control with MHL technology and extensive connectivity

MHL technology allows smartphones, tablets and other portable devices to be connected directly to your projector by a single cable, meaning that streaming content to project in your living room couldn’t be easier. It will turn your HD141X into a smart projector allowing you to mirror your screen and access online content, apps, movies, games and photos stored on your mobile device. You will even be able to control your device with the remote. The two HDMI v1.4a digital inputs are a big benefit of the HD141X. Games consoles, Blu-ray players or digital television set top boxes can be simultaneously connected via HDMI, making switching between sources literally the push of a button, as opposed to awkward manual switching. Along with other standard video inputs, twin D-Sub PC ports can also be useful for gamers and those connecting from a laptop or PC.


Accessories
  • Standard accessories: AC Power Cord, Back-lit IR remote control with batteries, Quick Start Card, CD user manual, warranty card
  • Optional accessories: Ceiling mount kit, screen, ZF2100 3D glasses

Box Contains

Optoma Projector
Power Cable
Remote Control with Batteries
User Documentation

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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By DoubleDutch on 28 Sep 2014
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And there was light. And it was good. In fact, it was very good indeed !

This is my first projector and unusually I took the risk of buying it with no reviews posted - I'm so pleased I did. If you are on the cusp of getting one... then just do it. You only live once and its well worth the money. It'll blow you away. Get it from Amazon - thats best price by far - it sometimes says 2-3 week delivery but every other day it seems to get more stock !

It was either this or the BenQ W1070. I went for the Optoma because the throw characteristics better suited my room setup and because of the many good reviews for the previous model - the HD131xe. There are more than 25 5* reviews on Amazon.com. Use this link to check your throw distance against screen size: [...] Google ProjectorCentral dot com and select Optoma HD141x (sorry Amazon removes the link)

I'm using a 106" glass bead screen (16:9) 3.8m from the projector, which is ceiling mounted - it fills the screen perfectly with no zoom.

Whats in the box? Very brightly backlit (blue) remote, 2xAAA batteries, UK plug, European plug, quick start page + manual on disc, projector. There is no HDMI cable. There is no lens cover - but apparently a Pringles lid works!

Whats the build quality like? Good enough. Its much lighter than I thought it would be - only ~2.4kg. Its about the size of a regular breakfast cereal box. Its piano black on top (protected with a peelable film) and whilst it looks good overall it is a wee bit on the plasticky side. That said it really is a non issue if you are ceiling mounting ('cos you'll only see the good side and its beyond close up scrutiny). The focus wheel feels precise, but the zoom lever feels a bit vague.

Is the fan noisy? No.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Keith Cobby on 2 Oct 2014
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I have had this projector for a week now and post a few observations. It has a very strong image in a dark room. It shows up the quality of the source. The very best blu-rays look magnificent (my best is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) but a poor quality DVD is very grainy. The speaker is good but the sound really needs amplifying (I use a stereo amplifier) and re-positioning.

The rainbow effect is unnoticeable on colour images and I have only seen it slightly on some b&w blu-rays.

I haven't any 3-D glasses yet so cannot comment on this.

Overall it is a stunning piece of equipment for £500. Films look completely different than on television and my holiday HD camcorder footage looks fantastic as well. Very glad I haven't delayed any longer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jay on 16 Nov 2014
Absoloutely amazing! I thought "you only live once!" And bought one from an electronics store, not Amazon.

It's amazing, unreal clarity, quality and the speaker is rather loud.

At the moment I have it shining at a light cream coloured wall and it works perfectly in day time and night time, have hooked up my PS4 and PS3 and both work perfectly!

The projector is currently around 60-65inches from the wall and I'm getting a screen size of 52 inch diagonally. My aim is to have it around 2-2.5 meters from the wall which will give me a screen size of 70-80inches! In beautiful FULL 1080p HD!

If you're on the fence, umming and arring, just buy one, you will not regret it!

Have played Battlefield 4, FIFA 15, Shadow of Mordor and DriveClub on it and all work flawlessly, no delay, and perfect clarity.

Have watched 3 Blu Ray movies on it and again, they're all unreal!

I've never been so impressed by a piece of kit.

Only slight downside is that it doesn't come with a lens cover for when you're not using it, though I'm sure I can find one from somewhere.

9.8 out of 10
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rayfo on 17 Dec 2014
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In my case, this projector is operated in a living room with a large bay window shielded only by micro-blinds - so there is normally a good deal of ambient light - and the image is projected onto a dark beige wall. Nonetheless, even during the day, when it is light enough in the room to read a newspaper easily, the picture quality is not so far off that of an LCD TV - which is astounding if you are old enough to remember the days of a barely discernible image projected onto a white sheet in a darkened room which we used to put up with. There is a 32" Samsung LCD in the same room, and with a slight movement of my head I am able to compare the two, and whilst the projector image is a little dimmer, there is really not a huge difference between them. I am projecting from 11'6", and throwing up a 106" diagonal image, which is about the largest image obtainable from the HD141X from that distance. At night with no lights on in the room, the picture is just brilliant.

Straight out of the box, the image is very good and perfectly watchable, albeit a little warm for my taste with slightly too much red in actor's faces, but, after calibration, complexions become very natural, and other colours appear pretty accurate too.

The projector is quite light (2.4 Kg), but built solidly enough, with a full complement of inputs including two HDMI ports. I use one of those ports for my PC, and this throws a large, clear, sharp, image onto the wall. The HDMI inputs can be switched from the remote control, so going from Blu-ray on one port to PC on another, for example, is a matter of pressing one button, which is very convenient. I have the PC on its own port, and an HDMI switch/splitter attached to the 2nd HDMI port which serves to feed a Sky HD box and a Blu-ray player to the projector.
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