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Currently $399.00 on Amazon. Been keeping an eye on it. Previously it has been fluctuating between $549.00 and $449.00.

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SUPER-BRIGHT: Enjoy an incredible 3,400 lumens of brightness in any room in your home theater or living room, or in your backyard for outdoor movie nights

CLEAR, DETAILED IMAGES: Full HD 1080p (1920 x1080) resolution renders sharp and detailed images from high definition content without downscaling or compression; 25,000:1 contrast ratio provides

LOW LAG FOR GAMING: Experience fast 1080p input response times when connected to the latest gaming consoles and High Performance PCs

LONG LAMP LIFE: Enjoy up to 12,000 hours of lamp life providing an average of 4 hours of viewing time for 8+ years

FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: Connect with most media players, HD-ready gaming consoles, PCs, and mobile devices with HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 support and HDMI 1.4a

EASY INSTALLATION: Vertical keystone correction and a 1.1x zoom enable flexible placement in any environment

INTEGRATED SPEAKER: A powerful 10-watt built-in speaker simplifies set-up without the need for external speakers

FULL 3D: The HD27e displays true 3D content from almost any 3D source, including 3D Blu-ray Disc players, 3D broadcasting, and the latest-generation game consoles; 3D glasses required

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not worth the space or cost for the 0.01% of customers who will use it. you can buy an RCA to HDMI converter on amazon for less than $20.
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This the lowest price the HD27E has even been and a legitimately good deal. I don't understand why it's being downvoted. Nothing about what the OP stated is wrong so there's zero reason to be complaining about a discount between $50 and $150 under typical pricing.
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In for one. Thanks OP! If something better comes up during BF, I will just have to return it, but I doubt it at this price.
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Why do no projectors have composite inputs anymore? Aren't there a few people out there that still like to hookup an old game system to a projector?
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In for one, got price match from Best buy so I can pick up and return locally

Edit: Went with Amazon Instead. They had a protection plan for 3 years @ $34. Best buy plan was for $99 for two years. Also, receiving it tonight from Amazon Smilie
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The HD143X is still on sale for the same price and was FP. Any major advantage to either?
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The HD143X is still on sale for the same price and was FP. Any major advantage to either?
This one has everything the 143X has plus 400 more lumens.
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Why do no projectors have composite inputs anymore? Aren't there a few people out there that still like to hookup an old game system to a projector?
Pick up a used receiver from Craigslist (or buy a cheap refurbished/new one online) and plug all your video sources into it, then run a single HDMI cable from the receiver to the projector. Manufacturers are assuming most people will do this since you'll need a way to power your speaker system anyway.
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Why do no projectors have composite inputs anymore? Aren't there a few people out there that still like to hookup an old game system to a projector?
not worth the space or cost for the 0.01% of customers who will use it. you can buy an RCA to HDMI converter on amazon for less than $20.
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The HD143X is still on sale for the same price and was FP. Any major advantage to either?
The HD27E is 3,400 lumen where the HD143X is 3,000. The contrast is also just a bit better on the HD27E. For me is the HD27E is white and blends into my ceiling better. I also wanted to mention that both projectors use the T.I. S410 chip that cast a gray box around the picture and that gray box is noticeable unless you have a screen with light absorbing perimeter.
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Can someone please recommend a 120 inches, 16:9 aspect ratio projector screen? Also, are there any positives & negatives about static vs motorized foldable screen?
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The HD143X is still on sale for the same price and was FP. Any major advantage to either?
HD27e is brighter, higher end model. This is a good price, I got mine on ebay for $420 w 10% eBay bucks and no tax, but buying from Amazon gives you a little more peace of mind. 3 year warranty wouldn't be a bad idea, I've heard Optoma is a PITA to deal with. I've had no problems with mine yet and most of the complaints on Amazon relate to the previous model.

My only complaint is that it only has two adjustable feet, front center and back right. The back left one is just a molded part of the case, so you cant get the projector pointing straight on or slightly downward (and then correcting the picture with digital keystone). I guess it has to do with mounting it, the two adjustable feet remove for the mounting holes, I just don't get why they wouldn't make the 3rd foot adjustable.
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Can someone please recommend a 120 inches, 16:9 aspect ratio projector screen? Also, are there any positives & negatives about static vs motorized foldable screen?
Please let me know what you go for. I am also looking for one. (Probable pull down is cheaper)
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