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Old 09-16-2018, 01:24 AM   #1
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I think I've narrowed it down to four projectors. I'm looking for the best full HD 3D picture under $700. These are the three I'm looking at:

1. Optoma HD27e

2. Optoma HD143x

3. Benq HT1070A

4. Optoma HD29Darbee

Anyone have any opinions? Im open to alternative suggestions also.

Thanks,

Phil

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Old 10-11-2018, 04:52 AM   #2
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Hi, Phil!
From your options, I'd choose Optoma HD27e. It have more lumen than HD143x and a greater contrast. However, Benq - at least for now - have a better price, if it's crucial for you. But from what I've found, it's not the best option.
We have a different model, GT1080, but we bought it for gaming mostly. Colors are great.
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If your a gamer the w1070 would be good. My dad has it and it has been great for many years.

It has good enough blacks that the differences between these projectors will be minimal.
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I don't see any problem with Optoma HD29Darbee. Because it comes under your budget aprox $650.

It has 3200 lumens brightness that is good for daylight projection environment also.

And, yes it is a 1080p projector!
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