Optoma ThemeScene HD82 - Feature Table

John Archer

By John Archer



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Optoma ThemeScene HD82


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  • Value 9
  • Image Quality 9
  • Features 9
  • Design 9


April 21, 2009, 9:51 pm

John, How does this Pj compare with the cheaper Sony Bravia VPL-HW10 and the more expensive JVC DLA-HD350?

- i am intrigued by your comments, as the three Pj's seem all to be highly rated. As I might be in the market for a new PJ and do take issue with the flashes etc., associated with colour wheels (I have an Infocus currently). But of course, ita always a balancing act seeking the 'ideal'. I would appreciate your comments, particularly as you reviewed all three...


December 2, 2009, 9:17 pm

Hi John, Can you give more info regarding your comment on the use of D65?

rejith moosa

July 25, 2010, 2:49 pm

hi john, can you tell me if the difference in perofrmance is really very big between optoma hd82 $ hd20, as much as the price differs? Is it really worth investing that much on hd82 or will you compromise a lot with hd20 as compared to hd82? FYI, I am a movie enthusiast, love going to the movies just for the big screen experience and having on top of my wishlist - a perfect class home theater that can last with me a lifetime even for my next generation (not too expensive and not too cheap, for eg: HD82 can be a bit tight on my pocket but can easily come over it whereas hd20 can easily fit my pocket). I am infact almost decided in going for an hd82. I would appreciate your advice so that if i have to make any last minute changes.


December 21, 2010, 12:11 am

You asked anyone to correct you if there is any other projector for a similar price that interpolates an extra frame to 24p to make 48p smooth blu ray images. Well, I have a Mitsubishi HC3200 and it cost me £800 and it has this technology. All Mitsubishi projectors have this.

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