Jul 03, 2020
The Optoma HD142x is a budget-friendly home theater unit that ensures a seamless watching experience in the room or the backyard but lacks lumens output for large parties and business events. This mo...Read More
Testing Optoma HD142X, I pointed the following feature of the device – the screen size range is about 66-inches from 8 feet and 107-inches - from 12 feet. I also like the picture during the gameplay. I must say, the noise from the fan is manageable. I like the brightness that is quite well with all the lights on in my little room.
The ViewSonic PJD7828HDL is a real breakthrough in the world of the projectors! I can’t imagine that the lamp life permits shining for up to 10.000 hours. A magic SuperColor technology allows me a wide color amplitude for real image in any environment. There two built-in speakers deliver to perform my home theater experience. I like the brightness – it is 3200 lumens.
Testing two projectors I have realized that they both have pros and cons. I suggest you the next quick comparison chart to understand their features better.
Optoma HD142X has amazing contrast ratio 23000:1 versus ViewSonic PJD7828HDL with 20000:1.
Optoma HD142X is heavier if I compare it to ViewSonic PJD7828HDL, it is 5.5 pounds, ViewSonic is 4.6 pounds.
ViewSonic PJD7828HDL allows 3-year warranty for spare parts, while Optoma has no such feature.
Optoma HD142X set up is quick and painful, while ViewSonic PJD7828HDL is a real headache.
The final choice of the customer should depend on individual needs such as the presence of remote control, longer lamp life, throw ratio range, better brightness, and so on.
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