Optoma 2800Lm 1080p Full 3D Home Theater Projector
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Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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Have this projector - love this projector. You won’t be disappointed. I use the DLP Link for 3D and it’s crazy impressive. Don’t get the uber cheap 3D glasses that run ~$20/pr. Get the Testar ones that are closer to $30…so much better and makes a NOTICEABLE difference. Gittyup!
oooooo tempting tempting…include 2 pairs of 3d glasses and I’d be in
dang RF glasses $99 each
and the RF emitter (also needed) is $63
however 4 pairs of DLP link glasses (no emitter required) are $113…better price, do they work OK?
As I said, use DLP-Link (nothing added needed…somehow bounces the signal off the screen) and $30/pr glasses (Testar)…everyone has loved the 3D performance.
hmmm! do you mean EStar by chance? the mothership has these listed http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CRN3D98?psc=1
Does this projector also work well for regular DVDs/Blu-Ray or streaming video?
I have the model HD20, which is apparently the predecessor of this one. This one has 2800 lumens, where mine has 1800, and it dose 3D, where mine does not…However, I am very happy with mine, which I have had for 2.5 years. I imagine that most would be quite pleased with this one, since it has the specs of one priced much higher…
Yup. Just looked on the glasses themselves, and they have some sort of insignia (that’s T-shaped) in front of the EStar name. Them’s the ones. Not sure where I bought them, but I got four pair for about $120, IIRC…I know they weren’t $40 apiece.
Does this come with a new bulb or does it have a used bulb(and who knows how many hours it would have on it…unless there is a indicator that tells how many hours is on the bulb)? Is the 3d quality of this as good as say a LG 3d led tv?
Yes and yes. Watch regular Blurays, anyway, more than 3D…and stream Amazon Prime over the PS4 to it and it looks great.
Is this a short throw projector?
 i found the throw / image size calculations for this model on the list at http://www.projectorcentral.com/projection-calculator.cfm
[I was looking on the list there for a model 2800LM, and not finding it. Eventually I went back to the main woot page and discovered that the model number is not 2800LM but HD25e. duh.]
It’s there. That’s the site I used to determine I had to move my mount back 18" for my HD25e
I have both the HD-33 and the HD25e (both from Woot). Love the HD33 for the picture quality, how it handles fast motion on the screen, and it just responds faster to changes (between different inputs). Love the HD25 for the brighter crisp picture. Wish I could put the brighter, longer lasting bulb of the 25 in the 33.
A small pain point with the 25 is the mounting points. They are much closer together than in the 33 which made it harder to mount and adjust. Not a huge deal but a bit of a pain depending on the mount.
All projectors using “regular” bulbs count the hours the bulb has been in use. I doubt they’d sell a projector that’s been used much, but maybe they can.
For me, I could care less about 3D. I have zero 3D and don’t plan on getting any.
Already have this projector: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A9S3OOC/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Think I should upgrade?? Having a tough time deciding… Unloading/selling the projector wouldn’t be a problem for me…
I bought this projector 2 years ago for $1200 and love it! I have an 8ft diagonal (16:9) screen and project at 12ft distance. It’s sharp, colorful and reliable. My basement man cave is complete. Highly recommend.