Optoma HD25 3D-Home Theater Projector

  • Create the ultimate Home Theater experience with unsurpassed image quality and color fidelity
  • Native 1080p resolution for the sharpest, most visually stunning image quality
  • Full 3D compatibility; immerse yourself in your favorite 3D movie or video game
  • Comprehensive connectivity to satisfy your current and future needs
  • SRS WOW HD Surround Sound technology built-in for rich deep bass and exceptional sound quality

The Optoma HD25 delivers stunning high-definition 1080p video with unsurpassed color accuracy and incredibly sharp detail. It’s the ideal projector for today’s big-screen home theater experience. It offers full 3D compatibility for seamless integration with your favorite Blu-ray 3D player, Xbox, PS3 and other gaming consoles. Designed for maximum performance and reliability, the Optoma HD25 features industry-leading energy saving features and whisper quiet operation to help recreate a true cinematic experience in the comfort of your own home.

This is the 3rd projector I’ve owned in the last 8 years. Started out with an Infocus 4805 back in 2005, which was awesome at the time. After 5 years of owning it, the color wheel shattered and it was time for something new. In 2010 I bought the Optoma HD66 720p 3D ready projector. It was a significant upgrade, and even though it required purchasing the seperate 3DXL box, I’ve been happy with it, but I recently decided to upgrade again because I was having issues watching any 3D movie with a dark scene. I purchased a new Samsung 3D plasma TV last year for the living room, and got so used to the excellent picture quality,(best I’ve seen on any TV so far), that my 720p projector wasn’t cutting it anymore. The black level and brightness of the HD66 couldn’t compare to a new TV either. The entire opening sequence of The Avengers (which takes place mostly in the dark) was almost unwatchable on the projector in 3D. In 2d it wasn’t an issue, but I like my 3D and I was neglecting my basement home theater because of it. Everything looks so much better on my plasma. So, it was time to look for something that could compete.

I first purchased the Viewsonic PJD7820HD because of the lower price, higher resolution, and higher lumens thinking that would solve my brightness problem. It did not. As a matter of fact, other than the sharpness, there was no difference in picture quality at all. So I returned it and decided upon this projector after, the Optoma HD25. And it’s working out great. I’ve only had it a few days now, but the picture quality blows away the HD66 in my opinion, and it looks great in 3D. The dark scenes are no longer a problem. It doesn’t rival the picture on my 3D TV, but it comes damn close. Plenty bright, and super colorful!

So, if your looking for a projector with a great quality picture, in both 2D and 3D, look no further.

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