Optoma HD600X-LV Widescreen HD Ready Home Entertainment Projector (3000:1, 2500 ANSI, 720p, HDMI, 3DXL Compatible)
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- 720p HD ready
- Lightweight and portable
- 3000:1 Contrast Ratio
- Soft carry bag for easy transportation
- Compatible with Optoma's 3DXL Projector Adapter
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Prepare yourself for life-size 3D games and movies. Designed for use with the latest HD consoles and 3D Gaming PCs, the Optoma HD600X-LV home entertainment projector delivers this spectacular 3D experience right into your own home. All this in such a compact size, combined with a stylish carry bag , means the HD600X-LV is also your perfect partner for sharing this mind-blowing experience with everyone, anywhere, anytime.See all Product Description
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I already owned an Optoma Projector, the now discontinued HD700X. I was very happy with my projector but I invested in the Optoma 3D-XL adaptor and was not happy with the quality of the picture. Due to the 3D technology of right now one of the draw back's is the effect that the shutter glasses have on the brightness of a projected 3D image.
Given that the 700x only has a lumen value of 1300 combined with 2 year's of usage and the shading effect of the glasses and the fact that the 700x was never really built for 3D (enabled via firmware update) it produced a very dull image and was not good enough.
I researched newer projectors on the market and considered the all in one 3D projector's. But, I decided that since I still had the 3D adaptor I figured I could spend less but I still wanted a higher lumen value projector.
It came down to the older HD600x or this LV version. Given my quest for a brighter image, this was the sensible choice.
Here are my finding's.
Very easy. I was already set-up with the screen and placement of the projector from my old one so I was up and running in minutes. With only 1x HDMI it was simple plug and play. I did have to manipulate the position of the projector slightly to get the best out of it, but this projector has multiple ways to manipulate the projected image to fit my 92" screen perfectly (something the 700x was lacking)
Keystone correction, over scan, vertical and horizontal shift and a few other options allow you to get it just right. Easier if you don't use a screen, obviously.
Throw distance and zoom :
Limited, as you should expect from a budget projector.Read more ›
The picture quality is more than acceptable - not like an HD TV, more like cinema quality if that makes sense.
It's my first projector and I remember my first thoughts of the picture quality being very impressive.
I have it on a screen at about 82" and use it for movies and Grand Turismo (Playstaion3). No problems with the quality at all.
I wouldn't be happy using it for TV viewing daily (I have an HD TV for that) but for occational use it is great.
The fan yes I can hear but it is not annoying at all and your mind blanks it out to be honest.
Not used the 3D or bought the adaptor so cannot comment.
A friend has a £800 Optoma projector (HD80 I think). The quality of that is much better, very similar to an HD TV. But for £400 ish the HD600 is I think a bargain.
If you want HD quality go elsewhere and spend more money (2x the amount from what I've experienced), otherwise I find it great for occational movie use and more than acceptable for GT5!
After endless hours of reading reviews before this purchase, I wanted to write a review that you want to read. Brilliant. Epic. Sleek. Affordable luxury. Champion.
All words that apply to this machine.
You see, the model prior to this was the Optoma HD600X, which I had planned to buy purely on it's amazing reviews throughout the interwebby. But the HD600X-LV is essentially the same machine with a better bulb and some other improved innards. The brightness is upgraded and so it the contrast ratio. It's like finding the perfect woman with a winning scratch card in her bra.
I use it for Xbox games and loads of movies. any less than 720p movies will look a bit rubbish to be perfectly honest, but I play all 720p films and have it projected on a plain painted wall. I am restricted to 1.8 meters wide and the picture is fantastic, and I'm sure you could push it over 2m without losing too much quality. The Xbox hasn't been abused this much since choir school. I've tried Call of Duty MW3, Gears of War and some racing games - all of which look stunning. And yes naked boobies look incredible on a 2 meter screen.
It comes with a nifty little remote and has a cool built-in bulb preservation shutdown procedure. Hit Power and you get an on-screen prompt to proceed, hit power again and watch the timer count down the seconds before automatically shutting off, allowing the bulb to cool correctly.
Brightness and contrast settings are all super-easy to adjust, I did the initial setup in 10mins and use the same setting for both Xbox and films...brilliant.
Now I think the fan is rated at 30dB with the brightness on 'Brilliant'.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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The colour wheel went after 1200 hours causing colour break up. A similar thing happened to a previous Optoma just out of guarantee. It cost over £200 to be fixed. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mr S Maher
Ok so we bought a while ago for our cinema room. Its good but can be noisy. One think we noticed is when changing from watching DVD'S to playing on the XBOX you have to adjust the... Read morePublished on 11 Feb. 2014 by Jess812
While I did have to replace the item once due to a sound issue- if you do not use the onboard speakers, there is nothing to complain about. Read morePublished on 1 Dec. 2013 by Morg
Very pleased with this purchase.
I bought it for £370, don't know why but the price sometimes varies here.
First I used a VGA cable to connect it to my old macbook pro. Read more
Having owned several projectors over the years, it was time to replace my old Toshiba. The Optoma seemed the best buy for the money: resolution, interfaces: (HDMI, VGA, Composite... Read morePublished on 3 Sept. 2013 by Mr Tech
I have used this happily for over a year. Easy to use. Easy to focus. Good instructions. Like the keystone function. Read morePublished on 12 Aug. 2013 by Davestavy
I bought this projector with the intention of turning my living room into a little home cinema. And while the projector is good for the price (it is small, relatively quiet, has... Read morePublished on 1 Aug. 2013 by S. Ershad