Do you want to project a sports event on the wall of a restaurant? This is just one scenario, when a projector is a better choice than a television. The Optoma LH160 falls into the group of so-called ultra short throw projectors and its minimum projection distance is 0,49 m, which falls below the standard distance of 0.5m. This makes it a suitable projector in situations when mounting space is severely limited, and the lecturer is in close contact with the small audience.
The Optoma LH160 Projector features a maximum light output of 1500ANSI lm. So, you need to use the projector in rooms where light can be totally excluded. Then it is just needed to customise the projector by using the mounting Table.
The sharpness of the image view depends on the native resolution. The Optoma LH160 projects with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 px for a maximum display size of 284 cm. The colour administration is ensured by DLP technology. This is known for smooth images without flickering and the rich, dark black shades. The weaker aspects are too many mechanical parts or the audible rotation of the colour wheel inside.