The Optoma HD27 review is a real find for the connoisseurs of the clear and sharp image with any conditions. This white good-looking box has actually plenty of features to offer.
Its main use is, of course, for a home theater. Among some important Optoma HD27 specs, I’d like to recall its DLP technology, 3D support, the brightness of 3200 lumens, the contrast of 25,000: 1, and 1920x1080 resolution. It also features a convenient manual focusing, projection distance of the range 1-10 m(3.3-33 feet), and image diagonal of 0.71-7.75 m (28-300 inches).
Optoma HD27 Pros and Cons
- Enormous screen size range and a nice throw ratio of 1.48 - 1.62:1
- 3200 ANSI lumens make it one of the brightest projectors on the market
- Keystone correction for the flexible placement
- Interface includes two HDMI inputs, 1.4a MHL for mobile devices, 3D sync port, audio out, 12V trigger and USB-A which can be used for powering also
- Amazing color spectrum with a realistic depth of each color
- Decent contrast ratio provides a picture with an advanced detailing
- Impressive 3D rendering
- Eco mode supplies a longer lamp life and better blacks
- Whites can get brighter than colored portions
- The fan is noisy on full blast dynamic settings
- It lacks some custom user controls