Optoma EP716 DLP Projector 4.4LBS
Optoma EP716 DLP Projector 4.4LBS
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Optoma pioneered the use of VGA inputs for both PC and SCART. The unique SCART/VGA adapter enables direct connection of a SCART source to the projector with readily available VGA cabling. The EP716 projectors have two VGA inputs, allowing simultaneous connection of a PC and a SCART source, providing optimum quality for both inputs.No cable swapping or re-configuration is required. Either source can be directly selected from the remote control, allowing you to stay in charge of your multi-media presentation.With picture quality this good, everyone will want to use the EP716. Password protection can prevent unauthorized use of the projector, in addition, a timer mode allows the projector to be loaned out for a fixed time before it is automatically disabled.
|Product Length:||12.75 inches|
|Product Width:||8.0 inches|
|Product Height:||13.0 inches|
|Product Weight:||8.7 pounds|
|Package Length:||13.0 inches|
|Package Width:||12.8 inches|
|Package Height:||7.8 inches|
|Package Weight:||8.55 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 4 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 4 customer reviews )
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6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Great projector for the price Sep 03, 2006
By N. Schweitzer
I bought this projector because I need to show videos to large groups of people. I have it hooked up to a dvd player via the S-Video cable, and the picture is sharp. If you plan to watch videos with this projector, it will work nicely. It has 800x600 resolution, and as of right now, DVDs and standard TV are only 720x480 (so the resolution is more than enough). If you want to display HDTV, this projector can process a 720p signal, but it will downconvert it to fit its 800x600 native resolution.
It is not the brightest projector (the 1800 lumens is more like 1600), but it is more than adequate in a partially-lit room, even when on "economy mode." In addition, when in economy mode, it is nearly silent. Because it is a DLP projector, you do see the occasional "rainbow effect" (basically brief flashes of rainbow colors when darting your eyes back and forth across the screen).
Previous to this purchase, I used a much more expensive projector, but because I use it for showing standard-resoltion DVD videos (i.e., not HDTV), this one works just as well. The bulb is between 250-300 depending on where you find it.
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
OK Value - Image is not that bright Aug 04, 2006
By way finder
This unit is lightweight, compact and comes with its own carrying case. Keystone adjustment is very easy. But I was disappointed by the brightness of this unit. Although it is rated to be a 1800 ANSI lumen projector, it is not as bright as other 1800 ANSI lumen units I've used or even some 1500 ANSI lumen projectors.
Worth every penny... Dec 13, 2011
We purchased this projector for our home theater and I can say we are very happy with it. Colors are crisp and the video quality is great. Could be a bit brighter but with low lights or the lights off, doesn't matter. If you're in need of a inexpensive projector that will last, order this one.
1 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Functional Sep 03, 2006
I am happy I bought this item. It gives great performance all the time. It is extremely bright and runs smoothly. Additionally, you can hardly hear it running at all. One downside to this item however is the fact that it has a remote control but it doesn't change the slides, you still have to manually move from one slide to the next.