Optoma 3D 1080p Wireless DLP Home Theater Projector
Stretching its projected display to as far as 305” corner to corner, this projector lets you create an immersive, theater-worthy display for movie nights.
Sharp, Detailed Picture
Even when you stretch out the projected screen to its biggest size, details stay crisp and colors sharp. That’s all thanks to the projector’s 1080p Full HD native resolution, which renders images with the sort of clarity you’d see on an HDTV.
Immersive 3D Content
The projector is compatible with Blu-ray players, broadcast signals, gaming consoles, and other sources that transmit images in 3D, letting you turn a screen or wall into a landscape that pops with action and envelops you in the details.
Don’t worry about snaking a cable around crowded entertainment setups or figuring out a way to connect a device in one room to the projector in another. The device’s wireless capability lets it connect to smart devices with no cables necessary (requires WHD200 router, which is not included).
- Model number: HD142X
- Native resolution: 1080p Full HD
- Aspect ratio: 16:9 native, 4:3 compatible
- Projection screen size: 27.88”–305.3”
- Projection distance: 1m–10m
- Brightness: 3,000 ANSI lumens
- Lamp life: up to 8,000 hours
- Lamp type: 195W
- Contrast ratio: 23,000:1
- Near perfect reproduction of REC.709 color spectrum
- Screen Size Range: 66-inches from 8 feet; 107-inches from 12 feet
- MHL-connectivity enables multi-device compatibility and endless video streaming options
- Lightweight, portable size allows for display in multiple environments
- Audio: built-in 10W speaker
- Ports: 2 HDMI, USB-A power (1A), 3D sync, audio out (3.5mm), and 12V trigger
- Product dimensions: 11.73”x9”x3.7”
- Weight: 5.5lb.
- Weight with Packaging: 6.9lb.
- Condition: new
- Full specifications
In the box: projector, AC power cord, remote control, two AA batteries, quick-start card, and CD user manual
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