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January 18th, 2007
January 18th, 2007

Now Weīre Spoiled

Optoma HD70
Optoma HD70
While it may be a bit late - it was worth the wait. Back in November Kellei and I decided to combine our resources and jointly get each-other a single Christmas Present rather then going to individual route. We chose to get a new projector and retire our TV. It arrived Yesterday!

After a LOT of research we chose the Optoma HD70 projector and have to say we are thrilled with the result. We changed around our "media room" and mounted all our speakers on the walls and ceiling. Then we cut a hole through the wall from our office (which adjoins the Media Room) so that the projector can sit in the office and project through the hole into the media room.

The end result is a screen size About 7ī wide and eliminates all the clutter from the floor. The best thing is that the resulting image is actually clearer and brighter then the TV was (something I wasnīt expecting) We christened the system by watching Star Wars yesterday and are still loving having, basically, our on mini-movie theatre in-house.

Since we donīt have Cable TV and only watch movies - it just made sense. So for anyone considering a similar move (or even if youīre considering a big-screen TV Purchase) you may want to have a look at the Optoma HD70 - the HD72 is About twice as expensive for twice the resolution (which you only need if youīre going to HD) and if itīs anything like the HD70 - itīs certainly worth a look!

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