Optoma TH1060P, HD 4500 High-Definition Projector

  • 4,500 ANSI lumens
  • Native 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • 2500:1 contrast ratio
  • Max lamp life: 3,000/2,000 hours (STD/bright)
  • Features DLP & Brilliant Color technologies by Texas Instruments
  • HD Native (1920X1080) DLP by Texas Instruments with Brilliant Color Technology
  • Bright images and high contrast ratio – 4500 ANSI lumens and 2500:1 contrast ratio (full on/full off)
  • Presentation-friendly IR remote with USB mouse function and laser pointer
  • Crestron RoomView for projector management and control via RJ45 connection
  • Environment-friendly – consumes <1 watt of power in standby mode
  • Includes closed captioning

The Optoma TH1060, a native 1080p high definition DLP projector, delivers clear widescreen images to ensure that your audience experiences the full impact of your message. Bright enough for use in large conference rooms and classrooms, the Optoma TH1060 includes a wide range of analog and digital connectivity options for your high resolution sources. With the Crestron Room View user-friendly interface, you can easily monitor, manage and control the Optoma TH1060 remotely via RJ45 connectivity.

I have extensive experience with both projectors and video production, so here’s the straight scoop. This is a great tool for some things. If you need to project a clean bright image with good color balance in a room with some ambient light, there may currently not be a better projector for the money. It has sizzling brightness and a razor sharp picture, even on large screens. The blacks look deep and rich as long as there’s a bright image next to them. Sporting events such as night baseball games look amazing. In darker scenes, shadow detail and blacks get murky as is to be expected with the stated contrast ratio. For this reason, it has limited use as a home theater projector. The high lumen output rocks and I would kill to have a home theater rig that puts out this much light and also has good blacks, but unfortunately this one can’t do both. The fan is pretty noisy at the bright lamp setting, but reasonable (around 29db) with the standard setting which is still very bright. It has limited adjustments for color, and you can’t really get a convincing color temp above 6500 or so. If you like to watch everything with a blue bias this may not work for you. I bought mine to do video presentations in small to medium size halls, it’s great for that purpose.
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