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Optoma HD20 1920 x 1080 DLP 1080P Home Theater Projector 1700 ANSI Lumens 4000:1

Item #: 9B-24-219-062  |  Mfr. Part #: HD20  |  UNSPSC: 45111609
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3-4 $693.51 ea.
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  • 1920 x 1080
  • 1700 ANSI Lumens
  • 4000:1
  • Display Size 37.6" to 301.1"
  • F= 2.55-2.87, f= 22.4-26.8mm, 1.2x Manual Zoom and Focus
  • 230W P-VIP
  • Estimated at 4000/3000

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1080p goodness for the budget-minded!

5 out of 5 eggs
Good looking, gloss-white finish. Low-noise fan on econo-mode. 4000 hours lamp life on econo is greater then most projectors! ...
— 10/12/2009

great buy

5 out of 5 eggs
Small, bright, good contrast, ok blacks, quiet on econo mode, 1080p, easy to use, what's not to like?
— Manco 12/3/2009


Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


The Optoma HD20 is a DLP based full HD projector with native 1080p resolution support, native 16:9/4:3 aspect ratio support and 4000:1 contrast ratio. The Optoma HD20 produces excellent color saturation and subtle details for superior image quality. The Optoma HD20 is lighter than you imagine so it's easy to share HD movies, HDTV programmes or video games. This projector casts 37.6" to 301.1" images from 4.92' to 32.8'.

The Optoma HD20 provides various connections, including but not limited to HDMI, D-Sub and component video to support PC, TV, HDTV, DVD, Blu-ray DVD, etc. This high cost-effective projector brings a new level of flexibility to your high-definition home theater/multi-media experience.

  • newegg DLP Technology DLP (Digital Light Processing) projection technology utilizes chips containing thousands of micro mirrors to provide rich color contrast and images of superior clarity. DLP projectors are able to work for extended periods of time without overheating and DLP projector lamps are typically capable of longer service lives than that of LCD projectors.
  • newegg Full HD 1080p Projector With a maximum resolution of 1920x1080 (16:9), the Optoma HD20 supports up to HD 1080p for a full high-definition experience.
  • newegg Backlit Remote control The Optoma HD20 provides a backlit IR remote control for easier adjustment of the projector in dark environments.
  • newegg Outstanding Image Quality Featuring a superb 4000:1 contrast ratio and 1700 ANSI lumens of brightness, the Optoma HD20 delivers incredibly bright, life-like pictures.
  • newegg Expanded Connectivity With D-Sub, HDMI and Composite video inputs, the Optoma HD20 projects images from a variety of sources such as your laptop, DVD player, digital camera and more.

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Learn more about the OPTOMA HD20

Model

Brand
Optoma
Model
HD20
Cabinet Color
Gray
Type
DLP

Display

Panel
Single 0.65" 1080p DMD DLP Technology by Texas Instruments
Lens
F= 2.55-2.87, f= 22.4-26.8mm, 1.2x Manual Zoom and Focus
Lamp
230W P-VIP
Estimated at 4000/3000 Hours (STD/Bright)
Warranty: 90 days on lamp
Aspect Ratio
16:9 Native, 4:3 and LBX Compatible
Display Size
37.6" to 301.1"
Native Resolution
1920 x 1080
Throw Distance
4.92' to 32.8'
Brightness
1700 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio
4000:1
Horizontal Refresh Rate
15.3 to 91.1 KHz
Vertical Refresh Rate
24 to 85 Hz

Connectivity

Input Video Compatibility
Analog RGB, Digital, Component Video, Composite Video
NTSC, PAL, SECAM, SDTV (480i), EDTV (480p), HDTV (720p, 1080i/p)
Input Video Connectors
D-Sub, HDMI, Component Video, Composite Video

Spec

Users Controls
Backlit Remote Control
Power Supply
100 - 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
308 Watts (Bright), 254 Watts (STD), <1 Watt (Standby)
Temperature Range
41° to 95°F (5° to 35°C)
Humidity Range
80% Max Humidity
Compatibility
Computer Compatibility: HD, UXGA, WXGA, SXGA+, SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA Resized, VESA, PC and Macintosh Compatible
Dimensions
12.76" x 3.82" x 9.21"
Weight
6.4 lbs.

Features

Features
Security: Kensington Lock Port, Security Bar and Keypad Lock

Projection Method: Front, Rear, Ceiling Mount, Table Top

Offset: 116%

Manufacturer Warranty

Labor
1 year limited
Parts
1 year limited

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  • Andtos
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs Good while it last

Pros: Good picture quality

Cons: Fail very fast after only 300 hours, very expensive to fix

Bottom Line: Rarely use this thing in almost 2 years and it suddenly had fan fail and shotdown

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  • simplecj
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs Awesome projector, no regrets!

Pros: Amazing picture, even makes 720 and lower res look way better than it did on my last projector that was 720p. It's pretty quiet in normal setting although high altitude setting is annoying (see cons). Quick start up and shut down, Harmony remote compatible, bright enough to use even with some ambient light in the room.

I use it with a 110" screen built on my wall, hooked up to my HTPC via HDMI and a PS3 on HDMI. We watch bluerays on the PS3 and HD content on the PC and honestly the picture is far superior to what the theaters have to offer. I don't even go to the theaters anymore unless it's to catch a good 3D movie, but the new HD33 projector might just make paying a premium at the theaters completely pointless.

I love watching HD movies in the comfort of my own home, sprawled out on the futon with the ability to pause the movie for snack and bathroom breaks. Theaters will soon be a thing of the past for me and my family.

Bought this about two years ago and still works flawlessly, although I am nearing the life of the bulb. Luckily the replacement bulbs are less expensive than other brands/bulbs and are rated for longer life than most. Also, this unit seems to be holding it's value well, so that will help offset the cost of upgrading to the HD33 when I decide to do so.

Cons: I'm right on the border of needing to use the high elevation setting, but the fan noise on that setting is less than tolerable. I don't understand why it seems the fan only has two speed settings instead of having an intelligent variable speed fan that only spins as fast as is needed. Although this seems to be the norm, it is a major oversight considering how simple and effective it would be if they actually used it. I had purchased a different brand projector that was even louder than the HD20 and I ended up returning it in exchange for this one and I'm glad I did. So far no problems using normal setting at 5000ft elevation and over 2500 hours on the bulb in normal (not bright) mode.

Bottom Line: Now the HD33 is out for around $1500, I will probably try to upgrade to that unit and sell this one when it needs a new bulb. After reading some other reviews I think I'll get the extended warranty. I feel fortunate to be one of the owners who have not had any problems that required repair service.

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  • JaJa

4 out of 5 eggs Outstanding picture, Had to RMA

Pros: Owned for 2.5 years. Outstanding picture. Every person who visits is amazed by the quality and size. Gaming on PC/PS3 is awesome. Split screen in MW etc. actually works since each person gets a 50" screen. It supports 24p (24hz refresh rate for original movie playback via PS3 and other 24p-aware playback devices).

Cons: Sent for repairs after a few months - the entire lamp/focus ring hardware came loose and slides sideways. Returned from RMA with a loose screw in the inside, had to fight to get it out. A year later, the hardware is loose again. I also experienced the dreaded vertical lines issue a few times. It's been working good since though. The fan noise is much worse than an Epson 8350, the model I wish I would have purchased (which can throw/shift the output). My room setup is a wide rectangle - 15' deep by 20' wide. I have a 106" pull-down screen to project on. Sony 7.2 surround system, though the (2) subs aren't needed most of the time (tv, light gaming, etc).

Bottom Line: The picture is amazing, but having to RMA it immediately worried me. The vertical lines issue occurred a few times and didn't help either. Overall has been a good purchase. I've used for 2.5 years now, with 1,200 or so hours on it. By the time the bulb needs replacing, I might just sell it online, and purchase the Epson 8350 (or whatever their current model will be in the future).

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  • slugbeast
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggs My Picture is in Jail

Pros: Great picture.
Turns on fast, shuts down fast.
Fit easily to replace our HD65 (3+ years old) that exploded (bulb and color wheel, overheated, melted, unusable)
Quiet.

Cons: After 1.5 months of use vertical lines appeared every 2 inches or so of projection. In looking at the lines it is a shadow being projected, so a shift of the image. Something is messed up and searching the internet said to send it back.
Received RMA and will send back for repair under warranty. PITA though.

Bottom Line: Great projector, just wish is worked.

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  • Kel
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs So far so good

Pros: Bought it when it was a promotion. Really nice picture. Just plug in and everything works. Even a newbie can do it. Read some review saying it is good while it works. It is still working good for me. No complaint right now.

Cons: None so far

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  • QQ
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggs Good while it works

Pros: Low Cost, HiDef

Cons: No Speakers Built-In, expensive to repair.

Bottom Line: The projector works very well, great picture...until it died :(.
My projector failed after about 2400 hours of use. (My son would fall asleep with it most nights)

We used this as our 110" Theater, having attached an XBOX360 and PS3.

The estimated cost to repair was almost the cost of what I purchased the unit for, and since it's almost due for a bulb change, decided I would just replace it.

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  • Beastrend
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs Still running strong one year later

Pros: I got this along with a 9 by 16 foot screen and have it set up in my backyard. It plays my Xbox games beautifully.

Cons: It does take a bit of throw distance for you to get the full screen. You can use it indoors, but in smaller rooms you will only get about 110 inch screen.

Bottom Line: I bought this over a year ago and haven't had any problems with it in that whole time. I spent quite a bit of time trying to find the one that was right for me and I am very happy with this one. If your still on the fence I doubt you could go wrong with this model.

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  • CrashFu
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs Unbelievably good!

Pros: * Beautiful 1080p display that shows up crisp on even a common white wall
* So bright (in the standard, lowest-power mode) I often forget to turn off the fluorescent light in the next room.
* Powers up and ready to use in less than a minute
*Quiet

Cons: * Long throw distance; At maximum size I managed a generous 100" diagonal display with the projector a full 11 feet away.

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  • Anonymous
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggs

Pros: It has a nice picture, easy to use menu. Makes for a nice big HD screen.

Cons: Right after I mounted it to the ceiling, it started intermittently showing vertical white lines all the way across the screen (50 or so). I would press lightly on the bottom (the top because it is upside down) of the case and the lines went away but would come back as soon as I took my hand off.

Bottom Line: The vertical white lines went away after the 2nd day and usually show up when I initially turn on the projector but seem to go away after a few minutes. Since I have a 1-year warranty, I'll wait to see if this problem goes away before I send it in for service.

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  • Wolfshadw
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs A Nice Upgrade

Pros: Full 1080p. Two HDMI Inputs. VGA Input. Works extremely well with my Radeon HD4670 installed in my HTPC.

Cons: First one arrived with a faulty fan. The projector would over heat in a matter of minutes and shut down. Looking into the device through the cooling vent, I could see the cooling fan sputtering. Seems to be one of the more pressing issues for this model.

Bottom Line: This projector was an upgrade from a BenQ MP610. I purchased this because I wanted to upgrade my home theater to Blu-Ray. I have to say, I was nervous about this purchase as I wasn't sure I'd really notice the difference between standard dvds and blu-ray versions. I can now say, I do see the difference between the two. Standard DVDs still look great, but Blu-Rays look significantly better. I'm tempted to purchase Blu-Ray versions of movies I already own because they do look better.

I have to say, I was undecided between this projector and the Epson Powerlite 8350. However, given the added cost of the Epson and the size of that projector, I decided to go with this one. I probably would have been blown away with the Epson, but I'm extremely happy with the Optoma.

Oh. If you're looking to ceiling mount a projector and don't have power up there, I'd recommend googling, "Powerbridge".

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