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Optoma OP-HD21 - 1080p 1900 ANSI

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Product Description

Full HD 1080p

With the latest Texas Instruments 0.65" Full HD 1080p DMD chipset makes home theater a reality. A native resolution of 1080p means over 2 million individual pixels at your command. That is more than twice as much detail as a 720p projector.

Rich color processing technology

10-bit DNX Rich Color Processing technology increases the number of colors that can be displayed from 16 million to over 1 billion by offering 4 times the color information for each pixel.

LAI technology

Low angle edges are inherent in all pixelated displays. Primitive algorithms simply "paint" images by crudly placing pixels.


Still images and moving images need to be processed differently to avoid combing effect.

True 10-bit digital processing

The most advanced 10-bit HDMI technology adds high definition color to high definition images producing stunningly natural, vibrant color.

Industry leading ANSI contrast for incredible images

ANSI Contrast is a way of measuring the true "real world" contrast performance you can expect from a projector. With an ANSI ratio significantly higher than many LCD, LCOS, or SXRD based projectors, the HD21 is the only choice for Home Cinema purists that expect the ultimate image fedelity in their home.

Auto Reactive Iris & Optoma exclusive ImageAI™ II technology

The Auto Iris works to maximize image contrast - ensuring the deepest blacks and brightest whites.

Optoma exclusive TrueVivid™ technology

With TrueVivid™ technology, the picture quality is enhanced for veritable video fidelity, including better depth and deeper 3D look to any image.

Incorporated the latest PW392 data processor from Pixelworks

The PW392 supports 9-bit image processing producing clean and clear pictures. Also this chip carries motion adaptive de-interlacing and reverse 3:2 and 2:2 pull down functions that results in smoother images.

Wide angle zoom lens

The lens is able to deliver sharp and accurate images at a short distance which is convenient for users living in tight space.

Product Specs

Display Tech. 0.65 inch / FULL HD1080p DC2 DMD from Texas Instruments
Resolution 1080p (1920x1080)
Contrast Ratio  5000:1
Brightness (typical) 1900 ANSI Lumens
Projection Lens F# 2.55~2.87, f = 22.41~26.82 mm, 1.2X manual zoom / focus lens. 
Image shift Up/Down, Left/Right digital Image shift(L/R only support in 4:3 & Native format)
Projection Image Size 38 to 300 inches
Projection Distance 1.5m ~ 9.96m
Throw Ratio 1.5 ~ 1.8 :1 
Keystone Correction Vertical ± 5 degrees
Aspect Ratio 16:9, 4 :3, LBX, Native
Video Compatibility HDTV (480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i/p), 480i, 576i, Full NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM, HDMI (480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i/p), Computer capability up to UXGA(1600x1200)
Input / Output Connections HDMI x2(*)
VGA(Analog RGB, HDTV, SCART, component) x1
Component:YCbCr/ YPbPr (RCA ) x1
Composite Video x1
+12V Relay output x1
USB(service port ) x1
IR receivers x1
(*)Support HDMI 1.3
Uniformity 85%
Noise Level 29 dB (STD)
Lamp Type 230-watt user replaceable lamp
Estimated lamp life 4000 hours (STD mode)
2500 hours (Bright mode)
Power Supply Universal AC 100~240 volts 50 / 60Hz
Weight 2.9 kg
Dimensions (W x D x H) 32.9×23.9×9.9 cm
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  1. Good work! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Sep 2014

    We bought this projector for the main conference hall in our university and we have found it to be highly economical. The projector has the chipset that allows connectivity with other devices. We got attracted to it since it has over 2 million individual pixels that make it to be of the desired quality. It has fantastic color processing technology that makes it possible for one to choose the ideal color for the presentation. Its lens is easy to zoom at an appropriate angle that helps in setting the best position for presentation. This is one of the investments that we do not regret making an opinion that is echoed by the board of trustees and the student community at large. Nice work guys!