Optoma HD20 DLP Projector Review
There's plenty to be excited about in the Optoma HD20. It's a 1080p projector for under a thousand dollars.
The Optoma HD20 has two HDMI ports, so you can plug in both a cable/satellite box, along with your game system or CD/Blu-Ray player without requiring an HDMI switcher. There's also one component video in and one composite video in. A VGA input allows you to connect computers (if you don't want to use use up an HDMI port). Note that there are no audio inputs or outputs.
All the ports are listed below.
The Optoma HD20 has a 12V relay trigger port that connects to motorized projector screens. It allows you to sync the screen to lower when you power up the projector. It makes you look like a real pro. Impress the neighbors and try it today! There's also a USB service port.
All the ports are located on the back of the projector, clearly labeled and easy to access.
Menus & Manual
The Optoma HD20 does come with a printed manual, but there's a CD-ROM included that contains a digital version. You can also download one here.
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