Optoma announces next generation LED projector, HD91+



  • 1080p LED technology
  • Full lens shift, wide 1.9x zoom and throw ratio: 1.5 to 2.89:1
  • Full CMS+ for calibration precision
  • 20,000 hours lifespan for LEDs
  • Near instantaneous on/off

The next generation of Optoma’s award-winning HD91 LED home cinema projector, the HD91+, has just been unveiled. The new HD91+ takes the design of the HD91, but offers higher levels of brightness and contrast for – Optoma claims – enhanced image quality.

Justin Halls, Head of Product Marketing at Optoma, said: “The feedback received for the HD91 and its shorter throw version, the HD90, has been excellent so we’re excited to unveil the next evolution of our LED home cinema projectors.”

The HD91+ offers 600,000:1 contrast ratio, increased brightness of 1,300 lumens and 1080p Full HD. Powered by three LEDs, the HD91+ delivers enhanced image quality with a wide colour gamut, superior colour saturation and outstanding brightness using separate red, blue and green LEDs.

The LED illumination in the HD91+ provides consistent brightness and colour performance to maintain its out-of-the-box image quality throughout its lifetime, claims Optoma. LEDs have up to 33% less power consumption than an equivalent lamp-based projector and need less cooling, which makes the projector almost silent in operation and allows more flexibility in installation.

Since its launch, the HD91 home cinema projector received numerous awards and accolades, including a Highly Recommended award from AVForums.com. Alternatively, to see all reviews for the HD91 visit www.optoma.co.uk

HD91+ specification

HD91+ Specification
Native resolution 1080p (1920 x 1080)
Contrast ratio 600,000:1
Brightness 1300 ANSI Lumens
Noise level 23dB (Eco mode)
Weight 7kg
Dimensions 345 x 443 x 161.5mm (W x D x H inc. feet)
Remote control Backlit with direct source selection
Inputs 2 x HDMI (v1.4a 3D supported) VGAComponent Video
Outputs 2 x+12V out for screen triggering (1 programmable)3D-Sync out (for 3D-RF System)



Chris Price
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