- Also check our best rated Projector reviews
Optoma HD200X 1080p Full HD Home Cinema Projector
- Enter your model number above to make sure this fits.
- HD ready
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Compare to similar items
This item Optoma HD200X 1080p Full HD Home Cinema Projector
|Shipping||—||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.co.uk||Box Limited||iSolutions (VAT Included)||Box Limited||Amazon.co.uk|
|Display Resolution Max||1920_x_1080||1920_x_1080||1280_x_800||1920_x_1200||800_x_600||1920_x_1080|
|Image Contrast Ratio||4000:1||23000:1||25000:1||10000:1||20000:1||28000:1|
|Item Dimensions||32.4 x 23.4 x 9.7 cm||22.4 x 31.5 x 11.4 cm||23 x 29.8 x 9.6 cm||—||23 x 29.8 x 9.65 cm||28 x 38.6 x 16.2 cm|
|Item Weight||—||2.45 kg||2.17 kg||2.3 kg||2.2 kg||4.5 kg|
Top Customer Reviews
In anticipation, I had bought the [90" 2.25m 16:9 Tripod Based HD Projector Projection Screen] by TechSolutions and a [HDMIKing- Imperial Series 4.5M (15ft) v1.3c 120hz+ HDMI Cable- Gold Plated, Double Insulated [Frustration-Free Packaging]], both via Amazon, to connect to my "Sony BDPS370 Blu-ray Player".
Out of the box with all its default settings (Cinema mode), I played Avatar, on DVD, not Blu-ray, in front of the wife and kids. They were blown away instantly as the 90inch, perfectly displayed, image made my 42" Panasonic Plasma, look like a 16"portable. They were a bit sceptical at first about the projector, but are now avid converts and can't imagine watching another movie on a `small' screen.
To get a 90inch image, I had my projector perched on a kitchen chair, approximately 11 feet from the screen. Yep, I could have made the image bigger if I wanted to, but 90" was perfect for the size of my room.
If you're wondering if you should take the plunge and buy that 42/50" telly, forget it and get this projector. You won't be disappointed. I can't wait to get it hooked into my Sky HD box when the footy's on next.
The picture quality really is stunning for a projector in this price range.
PS3 is a real treat run through this thing. Remember the projector has no speakers so you will need to have your own audio set up. I run an optical cable from my PS3 and sky hd box to a logic 3 sound bar which works well. Saves having speakers all over the place.
When I first received the projector and powered up it kept giving me these weird white vertical lines on screen. Couldn't get rid of them unless I pressed the bottom of the projector - yes weird eh !
Anyway I was about to send it back but suddenly the lines disappeared and I have now had about 25 hours use without any further problems.
The fan is very quiet unless you have the AI mode on or run the lamp in Bright mode. These two seem to really cause a lot of fan noise. You don't need either of these modes on in my opinion.
Packaging as someone else said is very good and the remote whilst a bit cheap and plasticky looking is reasonably good, especially as it is backlit.
A 1080P projector in this price range really is a good buy, so if you can afford it you won't be disappointed.
This had cost over £2000, albeit 6 years back..
The HD200X is a good replacement, at the price, the 1080i/p image quality is amazing, with correct (i.e. low) ambient light, the blacks are better than I was expecting for this price..
It handles blu-ray amazingly, beign used to 720p, you really notice the difference here.
If your main use is gaming and the odd film, you cannot go wrong with this.. It appears Optoma have packed a heck of a lot in for this price..
Throw ratio isnt super short, Ive got about 3m and if still fills a 90" screen, so use the guides available online to work out your distance.
Noise levels, I don't notice much difference to my old Optoma, and on cooldown, it blasts, so Optoma have definitely thought about the issues with overheating..
1) make sure you spend some time with calibration, out of the box skin tones need to come down a little..
2)if a replacement, watch out for ceiling mounting, you need M3 screws and a much smaller mount than the old school projectors, but I managed to use a Voges mount (with none of the arms) and its fine..
Rigged this up in minutes straight from the box. Only needed 2 cables to plug in, power and HDMI from my Virgin Media box. I was presented with a huge image of my selected TV channel, i was able to use a projector screen and part of a partitioning wall in my house to project the image onto, this resulted in a 95" crystal clear picture, any HD picture is incredible. Great colours and a large amount of options are available to fine tune the picture to get it just how you want it.
There is a slight 'rainbow' effect - but this in no way has spoiled my enjoyment of this projector - thoroughly recommended.
When you're not displaying it in AI mode or have "bright" selected (neither of which I have found to be necessary) the fan noise is very low - for all intents and purposes it's inaudible once you start watching a film. If you select either of those modes, the noise can become intrusive.
Someone commented that the product is cheap and plasticky. I do think the casing does have a certain low-quality element to it, but I wouldn't describe it as cheap. The high gloss black finish looks good, and when it's ceiling mounted, I think it looks pretty smart. It's bigger than I expected, the pictures are misleading in their perspective, and it's quite heavy too. I'm surprised there are only 3 x M3 mounting holes to secure this to the ceiling mount. I will be keeping a close eye on this for the next few weeks. The last thing I want is eight hundred quid's worth of kit falling off the ceiling. It does have a security bar mounting and I am considering attaching a chain to this and securing it to a big hook in the ceiling, just in case.
One reviewer dismissed it for lack of lens shift.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
4 years down the road, still using the original bulb and providing very good result.
Can really beat this in term of performance for value even today not all projectors offer... Read more
I was very lucky is choosing this as I know so little about them . 3 years later it is problem free and compared to others I have seen brulillaint quality and has been trouble free... Read morePublished on 6 Mar. 2014 by A Consumer Esq
I have this mounted on my lounge ceiling (upside-down), for my home cinema. It works fine and gives a great picture. Rich colours and good contrast. Read morePublished on 11 Oct. 2013 by Tez
love it, still works and it's nice designed. Arrived on time - well packed. A bit noisy after turning off, but just for no more than 50 seconds.Published on 28 May 2013 by Elishka
Have this over a year now and I still get that wow feeling when watching hd films and game of thrones of the like. Read morePublished on 6 May 2013 by United 19
I bought this projector (from Amazon) 14 months ago, It worked perfectly and was very impressive compared next to my other (Ben Q) projector.
However,... Read more
I bought my Optoma from Maplins for £300 and its brilliant! Make sure you shop around ;-) I also got their wireless HDMI so I didnt have wires trailing around - works a treet.Published on 27 Mar. 2012 by Spezzer
Having spent ages looking at different T.V's 32"37"40"50" LCD LED PLASMA.I found this projector then spent ages again do I don't I, and in the end I went for it. Read morePublished on 6 Mar. 2012 by redant
I purchaced this projector, to replace a 10 year old ONKYO..the difference could not be more striking.. Read morePublished on 25 Feb. 2012 by Robin B. Callwood