|Item Weight||7.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 17 x 7.5 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA or Imported|
|Item model number||HD33|
|Frequency Response Curve||50/60|
Optoma HD33, HD (1080p), 1800 ANSI Lumens, Home Theater Projector (Old Version)
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- Bright at 1800 ANSI lumens and contrast ratio of 4000:1
- 3D-capable for Blu-ray and gaming consoles
- Up to 300-inch screen size for large group viewing
- Features Texas Instruments 1080p DLP chipset
- PureMotion image processing ensures smooth, judder-free images
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|Connectivity Technology||HDMI, DisplayPort||—||HDMI||usb, hdmi|
|Image Brightness||1800 lumens||3,200||2000 lumens||3,000|
|Item Dimensions||17 x 20 x 7.5 in||11.73 x 9 x 3.7 in||12.28 x 9.6 x 4.09 in||11.73 x 9 x 3.7 in|
|Item Weight||7.7 lbs||5.5 lbs||5.84 lbs||5.5 lbs|
1800 ANSI LUMENSNATIVE 1080P RESOLUTION4000:1 CONTRAST RATIO3D COMPATIBLEFEATURES DLP(R) & BRILLIANTCOLOR(R) TECHNOLOGIES BY TEXAS INSTRUMENTS(R);DIM: 4.52"H X 14.17"W X 12.24"DWEIGHT: 7.7 LBS1-YEAR PARTS & LABOR WARRANTY 90 DAYS ON LAMPUPC : 796435417154Shipping Dimensions : 12.24in X 14.17in X 4.52inEstimated Shipping Weight : 7.7
From the Manufacturer
Optoma HD33 1800 ANSI Lumens 4000:1 3D-Ready 1080p DLP Projector
The Optoma HD33 DLP projector provides amazing and brilliant color performance at an unbeatable price. These home theater projectors integrate must-have features that allow users to project images of up to 300 inches without investing in a more-expensive, smaller-screened television. The HD33 is bright at 1800 ANSI lumens and delivers clear images with a contrast ratio of 4000:1.
At a Glance: Home Theater with the Impact of 1080p 3D
- Full 3D, 1080p for Blu-ray, Gaming Consoles, HTPC, Cable & Satellite
- Up to 300-Inch Screen Size for Large Audiences
- Backlit IR Remote Control with Discrete IR Code
- Features Texas Instruments 1080p DLP Chipset
1080p 3D Delivers a Completely New Home Theater Experience
With native 1080p resolution, the HD33 delivers amazing images with great detail. PureMotion image processing ensures smooth and judder-free projection of images. The projector supports both 2D and 3D projection seamlessly and delivers the excellent cost of ownership typical of Optoma products.
Bright & Versatile
- Bright for home theater applications and excellent contrast to project detailed images
- Project up to a 300" screen size
- 3D-Ready for Blue-ray, 3D broadcast, 3D PCs and gaming consoles
- HDMI 1.4a to support 1080p 3D audio and video
- RF Emitter for 3D included (RF glasses sold separately)
The Optoma HD33 is a 1080p 3D-ready projector designed to work with 1080p 3D output sources, such as Blu-ray 3D players, game consoles and cable and satellite boxes. These projector provides broad connectivity options including two HDMI v1.4a, VGA-In, Component Video, Composite Video, RS-232 and +12V Trigger, VESA 3D Port. It weighs 7.7 pounds and measures 14.7 x 4.52 x 12.24 inches.
3D Ready Delivers the Future of Entertainment Today
The availability of 3D content, including games and movies, is exploding with new titles released every month. The Optoma HD33 brings you the home theatre experience you want today, with the added ability to take advantage of 3D content.
The projector supports all HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D formats, side-by-side format and top and bottom format to allow users easy hook up with peripherals that can deliver 3D content. As a full 1080p, it supports all 1080 p formats natively without needing an Optoma 3D-XL box converter box. As with all 3D displays, a 3D source (such as a 3D Blu-ray player or gaming system), 3D content and 3D glasses are required for 3D viewing.
State-of-the-Art DLP Technology
Projectors with Texas Instrument's DLP with BrilliantColor technology feature multi-color processing to produce accurate and vibrant colors on the screen. The HD33 multi-color processing system features a six-segment color wheel coated with an advanced material that achieves superb color saturation and accuracy for extraordinary image quality. In addition, incredibly high native contrast ratios ensure clean and crisp black and white to ensure that text and charts are easy to read.
Lower Cost of Ownership
The projection lamp is rated to last up to 4000 hours in standard mode or 3000 hours in bright mode to provide long-lasting performance. The HD33 also incorporates a rapid shutdown feature that further reduces ownership costs.
Green by Design
As an Optoma ProJect Green projector, the HD33 has been designed and manufactured for eco-friendliness, to:
- Use less than one-watt power consumption in standby mode: uUp to 75 percent savings compared to regular standby mode.
- Are designed to limit energy use, with automatic shut down and remote management and control.
- Employ long-life materials and components.
- Designed for large group viewing (up to 300" screen size).
- Use components that are lead-free on all printed circuit boards.
- Use no polystyrene foam in the packing materials.
- Comply with RoHS standards to phase out the use of hazardous materials.
What's in the Box:
This package includes the Optoma HD33 Projector, one remote control with batteries, RF emitter for 3D glasses, one composite video cable, one lens cap, an A/C power cord, multilingual CD-ROM user's manual & quick-start card.
|Brightness (Bright Mode)||Contrast Ratio|
|Light Source||Projection Distance|
|Image Size (Diagonal)||3D Compatibility|
|Computer Compatibility||Video Input Compatibility|
|Computer Compatibility||Video Input Compatibility|
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Top Customer Reviews
Out of the box the black levels looked slightly better than the HD20 but not enough to call it an improvement IMO. However, the contrast difference to me is a huge improvement. The picture looks much brighter and the higher end of the grey-scale has much more punch to it. I first A/B'd How To Train Your Dragon in 2D and it was immediately obvious that the HD33 outperformed it on contrast and overall color saturation. Much more WOW and POP to the picture.
The HD33 was a little quieter than the HD20 in both modes as well. Standing six feet from them while they were at idle, I could clearly tell which one was making more noise... that being the HD20, with the HD33 only emitting a faint whir from its fan. In 3D mode the HD33's fan kicks up a little but nothing too bad... the HD33 sounded just as loud in 3D mode as the HD20 in eco-mode for comparison.
I am not very sensitive to the rainbow-effect but I know several movies which I could go to several scenes or the end-credits and make it occur to my eyes. With the HD33, I could not produce the RBE through those examples as I had done with the HD20. On the HD20, I normally could see RBE sometimes on the end-credits to Avatar (white-text flowing over animation and then a black screen) but with the HD33, they were gone, no matter what I tried.
The projector has zero crosstalk or ghosting which was tested on several of my 3D Blu-rays. The 3D performance on this machine is phenomenal and to me well worth the money spent. One of my tests, How To Train Your Dragon in 3D, looked great. I only have one set of glasses but my friends (who are non-videophiles) tried it out and were both impressed with it. To them, it was just as good as our local commercial cinema, if not better. The jump in brightness in 3D mode was sufficient enough to almost counter-act donning the glasses which was important to me.
Several days ago I tested the frame-interpolation out on the Monday Night Football game. While I am not a fan of FI, I thought it was a nice touch to sports, real smooth and fluid, others may like this feature to remove judder from 24p films though. It works just as I assumed it would.
Overall I have been impressed the past week that I have had with this machine and look forward to countless more.
I have a light controled environment from my previous projector so Based on the info about the epson 3010 and reviews saying it is just too bright in a cave and others costing more then double these two models prices I wound Up taking a gamble and decided I will try my first DLP unit. I ordered two pairs of the OPTOMA RF GLASSES and set this bad boy up.
Upon getting everything setup and without having fine tuned anything I turned it on and immediately began testing the unit with various 2d and 3d material via blu ray disc...I must say I cannot believe what I have witnessed and at this price point.. I was skeptical.. Not anymore...
I started off with despicable me 3d...Umm amazing...Then tron 3d.. Some scenes will possess you when the 3d is in full effect..Which is funny because I was hardly impressed with tron on my plasma...Then open season, and once again I am impressed..I cannot wait until my free copy of AVATAR gets here......
Now I Grab some good old anime..Yeah dont judge...I am an anime Nerd... Akira and neon genesis blurays totally got me back in the anime watching mode and looked fabulous..
Then I decided to make sure my WIFI was connected from the basement and tested out netflix.. The HD content usually looks close to a bluray or HDTV broadcast on my 50" plasma and although it was still pretty good it was more along the lines of 720p or 1080i at best. There just wasnt as much pop..but then again I just got done testing out some high end material previously so I was probably a bit spoiled at this point..
thank god my universal mount is an extended one and has 4 points of articulation because this would have been impossible for me to setup otherwise as it has a odd throw angle. to have a nice 120" screen size you need about 14' distance from the screen. the projector lense needs to be about 8-10 inches higher then the top edge of the screen as well as being level with no upward or downward tilt to avoid having to use keystone.I managed to get this done far easier then what I had worried about for over a month of trying to decide.. I have a weird ceiling and my cold air return for the central air happens to be lower then the celing and is between where the projector and screen are. I simply had to lower my screen some more and articulate the mount a certain way and Bingo I found the sweet spot..
Long story short, I am now in ecstacy and I think im currently having what one could only describe as a Nerd-Gasm... my brain is about to burst with excitement...Do yourself a favor and get off the fence, get this thing if your going to have some light control such as blackout curtains etc. Or if ambient light is an issue regardless then look at the epson 3010. I can vouch for the HD33 and this thing is fantastic...
In the last few days I have watched many more 3d movies, I also hooked my 360 up..
I just watched transformers dark of the moon 3d and I thought it was much better at home then in the theatre, at the movies I only noticed a few scenes with any good 3d depth, on bluray however it was pretty insane sometimes and the 3d depth was consistant from beginning to end.
Today I watched a very Harold and Kumar christmas, and This movie is now the new movie I base all my future opinions of 3d bluray on. The effects were insane, The movie benefits greatly from the 3d and it really just makes ya laugh..keep the kids far away from this one though.. Still waiting for avatar to arrive, mailed out for it about 3 weeks ago..
Then I hooked up my xbox 360 and played a multitude of my vertical scrolling arcade shooters, then castle crashers and then Halo Reach, This is a new 360 and I never played Halo reach.. I had boycotted microsoft 360 the last few years cause I had way too many units die on me.. I am glad to be back and very glad to report having no issues with Lag.
Back to the HD33, this is my second 3D pj, got last dec.2010 the LG BX327, but never liked, bad image contrast ratio, poor 2d, poor 3d and 4:3 native, just bad. I think it will be going to the trash tomorrow.
The HD33 is amazing! The 3D quality is impressive. I tested it in several movies I have and they came out excellent.
The unit is solid, and much better than from the pictures I've seen.
I was thinking to get the Sony 3D projector or the Panasonic model, but I am glad that I chose this one.
It will work just fine with the DLP Link glasses, I prefer this one over the RF glasses. I've tried those in the past, just couldn't bear the flickering, you wont see flickering on the DLP link ones.
When watching movies remember to turn the PureMotion off, it will give a more natural look to the movie. The PureMotion was meant for sports, races, otherwise your movie will look "speedy", the " soap opera effect ."
About brightness, in 3D mode images are perfect, did not think it was dim at all. You are able to control the brightness level as you like it, without living the movie!
Well, I am very happy with Optoma HD33, and would recommend to anyone considering a 3D Home Theater Projector.
I will be getting an Extended Service Warranty, 3 or 4 years would be reasonable, just in case.