Optoma HD141X

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  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    High brightness
    High resolution

    Loud - a small thresher. No tipps if you will sit near the projen. Do you have a home theater so try to build it into a small enclosed area (but with good air flow).

    Irritation of light leakage from the air / fläktutblåsen
    Less good folks
    LOUSY service / support - needed help because of some strange spots in the image. So if you are going to need support (which unfortunately do not know in advance) was ready for more trouble.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Upgraded to this from my old Optoma HD65. Bought when it was in Season Complete (4500kr).

    For the money a good projector

    + Bright
    + Sharp
    + Cheap
    + Gaming Fashion

    - Allows a part (though better than HD65)

    Pleased considering the price :)
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Bought this online -great miss. Giant Hassle when it was marred by two failures immediately. Faulty fan and a remote that did not work.
    Now that I'm after 6 weeks received a new machine, but waiting for a new remote, you have this great light leakage from the side of the lens. Very annoying when you have it in a darkened home theater.
    So their support gives me unfortunately not much for today.
  • Poor
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    The fan sounds loud, not broken, just loud. Belonged to the 10-15 feet away in the kitchen (hall between).

    Poor blacks, very inferior Benq W700 (current model named w750). Given the lamp low wattage and high ANSI and you'll see that something is amiss, which seems to be related to the selection of DLP color wheel. Read on avsforum.

    The colors and the price is good, hence the three stars.
  • Decent
    2 years ago
    Compared this projector with BenQ W1070 + and the Optoma HD161x and the choice fell on HD161x because it had both best picture and was the quietest.

    Do not be fooled by the dB measurements, HD141x sounds like a vacuum cleaner compared to HD161x with eco lamp stands on both. HD141x have much more rainbow, but otherwise the picture quality is very good for the price.

    Buy if you do not have problems with noise and rainbow.

    If you only have problems with the rainbow but not noise buy the BenQ W1070 +.

    Otherwise, it HD161x / HD50 applicable if you do not want to pay 16 000+.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Bought this projector 3 days ago, it has already been used extensively and gone 10 hours.

    Googled around a lot before the purchase and settled on this as it was in my price range that I could think of to pay and it had fullHD as well as the requisite 3D.
    It also had a game mode for the console that was a must as this would only be used for gaming.

    A quick look at the store on the standard fashion and fast moving scenes, it was no picnic, but when you hit the game-situation so floated it on just as it should.

    Think that the picture is clear as a bell and almost in the same class as my LED TV.
    Right now I run only on a gray painted wall before I decide which cloth I should purchase.
    But as the show now I am cruelly satisfied with the picture quality, thought of tea a projector could show that good image factual.

    So in my eyes, it is a given purchase and top scores.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Perfect as a first projector, works for movies, sports o games. Maybe not a home theater geek but perfectly serviceable for a small family wanting big picture
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Sharp, good blacks, bright, quiet and cheap!
  • Barely acceptable
    3 years ago
    + Sharp picture
    + High resolution

    - Difficult to set up and kallibrera
    - Poor response to remote
    - "Swaying sound" from the fan
    - Why do some brands have disposed of support? Unfortunately, this is the case with Optoma