Optoma HD7300 Home Theater Projector

Optoma Updated: 2008-11-14 RSS
Optoma HD7300 Home Theater Projector

The Optoma HD7300 is a top-of-the-line 720p DLP® home theater projector and a studio-quality imaging processor. Featuring Texas Instruments' DarkChip3™ technology, the HD7300 is a unique two-piece projection system which creates vibrant, vivid images, rich in color and contrast. The HD7300's two-piece design delivers an impressive, personalized adjustment setting to achieve deep blacks, high precision, and high-contrast image quality.


Advanced 720p DarkChip3 DLP technology by Texas Instruments

Bright 1000 lumens and 5000:1 (full on/off) contrast ratio delivers subtle details and vibrant images

4-way optical lens shift (vertical and horizontal), allows for ease and precision during projector installation

Extensive connectivity options through image processor includes, three HDMI plus one external HDMI expansion, two BNC component YPbPr/RGBHV, two component, three S-Video, three composite video, one VGA, RS-232, two 12V triggers, one IR port expansion

10-bit video processing and advanced color enhancement, including user definable gamma, RGBCYM 6-color, 15 region adjustments and ISF 3C color setting

Single cable connection between projector and image processor eliminates the need for multiple cables, simplifying the installation

Short throw lens capable of projecting 100" diagonal image from less than 10 feet