Question about Optoma HD80 Projector
I am having problems with my Optoma HD80 projector. I get a perfect picture when I input my Sony PS3, HUMAX FOXSAT HDR or Pioneer BDP-LX71 Blu-ray into the HD80 using the DVI input. I get a 'noisy' picture when I input any of the above using the HDMI input. By 'noisy' I mean there are misplaced pixels on the screen. I wondered if the problem might be the HDMI leads picking up interference from somewhere but the problem persists with different makes HDMI leads. The unit is under six months old and has been returned to Optoma twice for repair. The problem is fixed when I get the projector back but then reappears some time later. Stuart
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Simply just navigate the meny system until you find the high altitude option, the switch it on
The projector should work fine now.
If you experience problems with your Optoma projector after onle 3 mnths, assuming it was new when you bought it you still have 9 months of warranty you know, you shouldnt hesitate to bother the seller
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
SOURCE: blotchy colors on optoma hd80
i had, have the same problem i also replaced the bulb then shortly after the power went out no standby light or anything. From what i've read so far it seems like a power supply issue so i ordered two power supplys from optoma 1 for lamp 1 for the unit waiting on delivery from CA they were $ 99 each if this work i'll be one happy camper. Three years no problems it's a great machine with incredible picture using 106" screen
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
There is a source lock and source button I would unlock source lock button and the push source button until you get to your hdmi input you are using. You also may just plug in one input first and once you get the input right play with the multiple hdmis
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
SOURCE: Help! Our Optoma DLP
There is a lense behind the main focus lense that's causing this. Flakes of the colored tint are coming off causing white light to shine through. If you look at your projection, you can see black spots as well, these being the flakes that have re-located themselves. I dug into mine deep enough to diagnose this, to actually replace the little lense would be a little tricky. The unit has to be mostly disassembled. Also I haven't been able to locate a vendor who sells the part. Optoma wants you to send it in so they can do the repair, and won't part w/ these component level parts.
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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