The Optoma HD26 Full HD DLP Home Theater Projector features two HDMI ports which support HDMI 1.4a – including all mandatory 3D formats – for use with a wide range of devices, including Blu-ray players, cable boxes, game consoles, computers, MHL-compatible mobile devices, and more. A single-chip DLP imaging device renders a native resolution of 1920 x 1080p (Full HD), plus the projector can support a range on non-native resolutions from SD (480i) up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200) thanks to internal scaling.
Alongside the two HDMI inputs, there is a 3D sync port that is required when using certain types of RF-based active 3D glasses. In addition, an analog audio output allows stereo audio from the selected input to be passed along to amplified speakers, a receiver, or sound system. There is also a 12VDC trigger output so that the projector can operate another device in a home theater installation, such as a motorized projector screen. A back-lit IR remote is included to control the projector.