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Optoma MovieTime DV10 - Pros, Cons

Posted on October 16, 2013 by Art Feierman


  • Great image quality for an entry level projector
  • True 16:9 Aspect ratio (unlike HP's all-in-one)
  • Unique "all-in-one" portability
  • Decent built in sound from 2 5 watt speakers
  • Optional small subwoofer
  • DVD player built in
  • A easy to learn remote
  • Friendly easy to understand menus
  • Easy to hook up to your cable or satellite box
  • Already have a big stereo or surround sound system? A single cable (digital optical) will send the DVD's sound to your big system
  • Compatible with just about all the video and audio formats


  • Image bows slightly in the top center
  • Lens shift is extreme - putting the projector either on the floor or just off the floor, for normal viewing height (this also causes the bowing mentioned above).
  • Zoom adjust defocuses lens (minor)
  • Sound could be better - but then it wouldn't be a small portable solution
  • Remote not backlit


  • Warranty

Even those demanding great image quality, will find the Optoma MovieTime Home Theater Projector meets their expectations.

If an all-in-one is what fits your needs, look no further. Just get one, plug it in, and enjoy the world of home theater.

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