Optoma released the budget-friendly HD3300 Full HD 1080p 3D home theater DLP projector. Powered with 2000 lumens and delivering a contrast ratio of 5000:1, the HD3300 incorporates PureMotion3D and PureD technologies to deliver a truly dynamic cinematic experience. PureMotion3D frame interpolation processing almost eliminates judder to create smoother video sequences, and PureDepth optimizes the projector's brightness and image configuration, ensuring stunning image quality both in 2D and 3D modes. The HD3300 also uses Optoma's new color processing system to improve color accuracy, contrast, black levels and shadow details. Further image customization is achieved through ISFccc controls.
The HD3300 also supports all the HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D formats, including both Side-by-Side and Top & Bottom formats, and more. To further enhance 3D compatibility, Side-by-Side and Top & Bottom formats can be manually enabled to allow other non-HDMI 1.4a compatible devices, such as older set top boxes, Xbox 360, or PCs, to display 3D via the VGA or HDMI ports. Accordingly, the HD3300 offers two HDMI 1.4a ports, one VGA port, as well as connections for component video, composite video, RS-232, a +12V trigger, and a VESA 3D port.
Like the HD8300, the HD3300 also employs the company's new 3D-RF glasses. The RF emitter is included with the projector, while the 3D glasses will be sold separately.
Features (see datasheet pdf for more specifications)
- Bright at 2000 ANSI lumens and contrast ratio of 5000:1
- Full 3D, 1080p for Blu-ray, gaming console, HTPC, cable and satellite
- Up to 300″ screen size for large audiences
- Backlit IR remote control with discrete IR code
- Single 0.65″ 1080P DMD DLP Texas Instruments chipset
Price and Availability
The Optoma HD3300 is available now for $1,999.