Optoma GT750 Projector

  • DLP Link 120Hz 3D-capable display technology, or RF 3D technology options
  • Bright at 3000 ANSI lumens with a high contrast ratio of 3000:1
  • 2D/3D 1080p signal inputs directly
  • Native widescreen display, with support of up to 2D or 3D 1080p resolution
  • Powerful audio – built-in 10-watt speaker system

The GT750 offers a native widescreen 720p (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution, and is designed to maximize the widescreen attributes of major gaming platforms, including those running 3D content on Blu-ray disks. Optoma’s unique circuitry accepts Blu-ray’s HDMI 1.4a 3D signal and converts it for display in 720p resolution 3D. It also is PC and MAC compatible, supports computer resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 pixels (HD), and accepts common global video inputs and video formats up to 1080p (HDTV, EDTV, SDTV, NTSC, PAL, SECAM). The GT750 comes packaged with a custom backpack to accommodate the on-the-go gamer, and a remote control is also included as standard equipment.

I can view 3D videos on DVD that I create with my FUJI W3 3D camera and 3D videos in SBS format that I download from the web. Handles 3D videos in SBS and over/under from my comcast cable box as well. Although it displays at 720p for most 3D videos it is more than adequate for 120″ diagonal viewing. Plus it can do all of this without having to buy an additional converter box. I paid $579 for a new unit and that was a fantastic deal. I’ve been using 3DTV Corp DLP-LINK 3D Glasses that work very well that I also use for my Mutsibishi 60″ DLP projection TV. This projector also came with a RF emitter/ and 1 pair of 3D glasses that I haven’t tried yet. 2D Video from Blu-Ray looks even better. I definitely recommend this as the next step up for me would have been an Optoma HD33 at well over a thousand dollars.
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