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Optoma DV10 MovieTime Home Theater DLP Projector With Built-In DVD Player

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  • 1000 ANSI Lumens
  • 854 x 480 (480p) W-SVGA resolution
  • Up to 4,000 - 1 contrast ratio
  • 16 - 9 Aspect ratio
  • 36 - 335 Image size projected on wall or screen (for best resolution, contrast, and brightness, we suggest purchasing an optional screen)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameOptoma
Item Weight7.8 pounds
Product Dimensions14.5 x 10.7 x 4.6 inches
Item model numberdv10
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Additional Information
Shipping Weight15.2 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Optoma
  • Model: dv10
  • Display: DLP projector
  • Form Factor: Portable
  • Maximum Image Size: 335 inches
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Product Description

Product Description

The MovieTime DV10 is Optoma's first projector to include a built-in DVD player. Simply slip a DVD into the drive, point the projector at the nearest white wall, and you have instant home theater. There are also two 5-watt speakers on board, but an audio output allows you wire the DVD player to your external surround sound system. Featuring an 854x480 16:9 format DLP chip, it's rated at 1000 ANSI lumens and carries up to a very high 4000:1 contrast rating. Up to 4,000 - 1 contrast ratio Optical audio output Noise Level (typical) 28 dB (STD) / 27 dB (ECO) Lamp Type 200-watt Lamp - Lamp Life up to 2,000 (STD) /3,000 (ECO) hours Projected Image Size 48 to 359 Inches / Projection Distance 4.9 to 32.8 feet (1.5 to 10 meters) // We suggest purchasing an optional projection screen for best image Disc Media play compatibility - DVD, DVD-R,DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW and those with pre-recorded MP3 - WMA - JPEG files I/O Connectors Composite (RCA), D-sub 15 VGA(analog RGB/component/HDTV), S-Video, RS-232 communication, Stereo audio in, Stereo audio out, Optical audio out, AC power input Unit Dimensions (W x H x D) 14.5 x 4.6 x 10.7 Inches (368 x 117 x 273mm) / 7.8 Pounds Dual Volt power supply for international compatibility (USA plug provided) Integrated speakers generate up to 5 watts sound Optoma 2-year warranty on hardware, 60 day warranty on bulb

From the Manufacturer

MovieTime is a revolutionary digital projector with a fully-integrated DVD player and speakers. Turns any space into a home theater instantly! Just plug in, point it at the wall and presto! Perfectly designed for a wide range of home entertainment applications, from viewing the latest blockbuster, playing games, or watching home movies with friends and family.


  • Direct digital signal from DVD player to screen for rich cinema experience
  • HDTV compatibility for high-definition entertainment from a variety of sources
  • Optimized settings provide true widescreen cinema-quality performance
  • Optical audio output ideal for Dolby Surround sound experience

The MovieTime home theater includes:

  • A projector with lens cap
  • Composite video cable 1.8 meters
  • Power cord 1.8 meters
  • D-Sub to RCA adapter
  • Carrying case
  • IR remote control
  • 2 AA batteries
  • User manual
  • ProShow Gold slide show and presentation creator software (demo version)

Customer Reviews

The built in sound system and speakers were more than enough for enjoyment.
Samuel M. Samuelian, Jr.
Overall, if portability and picture quality are decision variables for you, this is a great projector.
Srikanth N. Sridhara
Being my first projector i think it was a great buy and i couldn't ask for anything better.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By M. Allen on September 26, 2005
I recently decided to upgrade from my 42" inch HDTV Samsung to the Optoma Movie Time Projector, and I have to tell you I am a changed man. The clarity and size of the image is amazing, no distortion at all. The picture is as good if not better than my 42" incher. Unreal! After getting the projector I displayed the image on my wall since I hadn't received the screen, I put Siderman in the DVD player and even on the wall the picture was perfect. After getting the 9 or 10 foot wide screen the following day the picture was even better, I was amazed considering the screen is dark grey in color. I now have the best of both worlds, a projector that produces 9 foot wide movies in pure digitial, and a 42 incher in the corner of the same room. Picture in Picture the old way!

As to the rainbow affect that you hear of with DLP, well I haven't experienced it yet and neither have my friends that I invited over a couple of days later. We played XBOX, PS2 and watched movies for about 8 hours, crazy. My wife wasn't to happy about some 30 year old men jumping around like kids all day but even she was impressed with the crisp images produced. A definite buy for anyone looking to upgrade to an entertainment heaven, a movie theatre within your house.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By R. Eng on September 1, 2005
Regarding the previous negative review, I would be pissed too if the lamp blew that early on, but that can happen to any projector. Just like any electronics, there can always be a dud. I understand their frustration, but this is a 1st class projector.

The lamp life is actually 3000 hrs in economode, and the projector is extremely bright for watching DVDs in this mode even on a 110 inch screen. The lamp life is probably rated a little bit longer than the average projector.

A positive for indoor viewing, is this projector has a very short throw which is great for smaller rooms with big screens. A negative is it would be difficult to ceiling mount, so this is really just a coffee table or floor projector. But it's primary function is portability.

The portability and "Wow" factor for showing movies outdoors is great. Imagine your neighbors faces when you have a 7 ft wide movie on the side of your house. The built in speakers are suprisingly good for their size. This is a great projector for taking on a vacation where you have lots of downtime to catch up on movies.

Another major plus, is the built in DVD player allows for a digital to digital display of the video which would require an HDMI or DVI connection on an ordinary projector. So no need to spend $50-$100 on a cable.

Compared to many higher end business projectors, the contrast is quite good and brightness is great. For the money this projector is a bargain, especially if the DVD player holds up for a few years.

It even comes with a nice carrying case and decent remote.

First impression is 5 stars.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Robert C. Graham on November 28, 2005
Within 10 minutes of opening the box I had a 10 feet perfect image of `Shrek` projected.

This is a beautiful projector with fantastic image clarity and colour saturation. Movies were made for large screen presentation and films like Polar Express, Bridge on the River Kwai, Sound of Music, Great Excape, Titanic lose impact when shown on television.

The Movietime has a native format of 16:9 which is ideal for most movies and HDTV. Of course many films have different formats like 235:1, 240:1 and 255:1 (King and I) and the classics movies were mostly shot in almost square 4:3.

The DV10 handles them all fantastically. You can watch any format in 16:9 and it will scale the picture to fit. If you want to see the movie in its theatrical ratio you can switch it whilst in play in a second.

This is a very easy to use projector with a superb visible menu which takes only minutes to master.

The picture is superb out of the box and it does exactly what it claims to do.

Where can you see a large 35mm quality cinema like projection of films like Casablanca these days. At last the Marx Bros, Laurel and Hardy or Buster Keaton `come to life` again.

Wide screen epics like Ben Hur, Braveheart of Spartacus (I have a 65mm transfer which is no less than spectacular on this machine).

With ImageAI or Cinema Mode it seems to analyse the image as it plays to give the most fantastic picture. This projector really loves movies!

Using the DLP system (which tends to be the best for movies) the picture quality is astounding meaning that a 10` wide movie can be watched at a much closer range which really immerses the viewer.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. W. St Clair on December 15, 2005
Overall I like it but not ecstatic and too pricey for the level of quality. Some things should have been easily corrected with a decent focus group review. Up and out of the box and watching a 6 ft wide movie on a bare wall within a couple of minutes - nice. Good clear picture for that large size and the bare wall but not amazing picture if you are used to or expecting HDTV level pics. On a movie like StarWars I can make out the squares of the DLP like rectangular pixels at this large size. Sound is ok but disappointing, even with a supplemental base speaker attached I had it almost near max and it is about as loud as medium volume from my tv...defintely meant to connect to sound system speakers but watchable without. Housing and pieces feel and look a little flimsy and cheap like they will soon break - specifically the DVD door and legs but overall it feels like I could easily break it. Thin plastic of almost an 80's era CD player aesthetic. This cheap feel also extends to the carrying bag that came with it which is the quality of a typical free thin black nylon bag, not that I'll be carrying it around since it feels fragile. The smell mentioned by others was light and to me was typical of new electronics, not as bad as others mentioned. However, the large GreyWolf screen that came with it stank of cheap glue for a couple of days but that was remedied as I had to send it back because it was nonfunctional right out of the box and would not roll back up. Overall I like it but it feels like an $800 level of satisfaction not $1300. Get some speakers, but picture is good enough that you may not need a screen.
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