It's a HDR comparison. brigher whites and deeper black levels can be achieved with the use of 4K technology. Fast response time. Enhanced gaming mode has a response time of 8.4ms. A high brightness of 4,000 lux and a 6-segment color wheel produce accurate color with sRGB and REC.709. Clear, detailed images are rendered from high definition content without downscaling or compression. Extreme connection: You can connect to gaming consoles, media players, and other HDMI devices with dual HDMI inputs. Easy installation. Flexible placement in any environment is possible with a vertical keystone correction and a 1.3X zoom. An average of 4 hours of viewing time every day is provided by the long lamp life.
👤The projector is mostly quiet and looks good, but don't be fooled by the 15,000 hour lamp life claim. A year and a month after purchase, the lamp stopped working. And guess what. The lamp is waranties for 90 days. If it had been on for a full year, it would have come in under 9000 hours. If they have to back that up with a warranty, they might as well say it lasts for a while. I bought 3 years of extended warranty through Asurion because I thought the bulbs were a weak point. There is a short story. Do not waste your money on it. After jumping through hoops for about 5 hours, my persistance paid off. They sent me a lable to get my projector fixed. A week and 3 days later, I received a note saying that the customer must replace the bulb. Guess what. They don't cover the bulbs. Isn't that great? From my mistake, learn. While the picture quality is good, you are buying from a company that won't stand behind their claims. You should not pay the extra 50 dollars for a 3 year cleaning contract that takes years of your life due to the stress of just trying to get your warranty honored. Optoma and Asurion are both bad for business and have bad publicity.
👤The Optoma GT1080 I had before is no longer valid. It's even quieter. When scenes are switched between light and dark, they are spectacular. It doesn't lose color, it's not too dark, and it's not grainy. I got a 65" curved TV when my projector died. The price was the same. I'll take this projector any day of the week, even though the TV was beautiful. I returned the TV after the projector arrived. Go for it if you think you might want it. You will not be disappointed.
👤I've tried several projectors, but this was what I was after. The lights are on in the room. I put this up in my garage, where I had 4 shop lights and a light from the door. You can still see the picture. If you can turn the light off above the screen, it would be better. The picture is great. I have a surround sound system. I can't say if the sound is good. I changed my fan to Eco+ and it was almost completely silent, despite the fact that the fan was a little noisy in bright mode. I keep it in Eco+ because it is still very bright, and I can't tell much difference in the picture. It is really good, but not 4K quality. You can see the pictures in the dark and on a paused screen, but first you have to see the quality on the screen. There is no lag in sports. The photos and video are in eco+.
👤I replaced the item with my Optoma HD 27-E and it worked fine. The screen flickered like the bulb was going out. I went online to replace my projector and got a message from Optoma that they couldn't return. Someone off shore gave me the same advice I received from Amazon. I was transferred after requesting to speak to a Manager. I told the Manager what my issue was and she said she would help me. She said that she would replace my projector immediately and that I should receive it within two days, which I did. I asked her why she told the offshore reps that there was nothing they could do for me, after I told them that the Amazon website said free returns. She said that she would bring the misunderstanding to their attention. If you know you are within your rights, ask the person at the top for help. The projector is beautiful and there are no flickers so far. I hope this will help other people with the same problem.
The true 4K Ultra HD. Experience high-quality home cinema feel with 4K Ultra HD. Gambling is free in Lagos. The world's first ultra-fast 240Hz gaming projector with Enhanced Gaming Mode will produce a 16ms response time or 26ms at 4K UHD for the lowest input lag on a 4K projector. The HLG and HDR are comparable. Enjoy brigher whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and videos. Dynamic Black technology gives more depth to the image by smoothing lamp output to create a high contrast ratio. Flexible installation. You can get a picture just right with 1.3X zoom, 5-15% vertical lens shift and 40 keystone correction. The movie is crisp and colorful. UltraDetail technology ensures enhanced image sharpness with a higher frame rate to deliver a crystal clear picture; the color wheel increases the color ratio for richer, vivid and cinematic image. Ultra-BRIGHT: Enjoy 3,400 lumens of brightness in your home theater room, family room, gaming room, or even outdoors for backyad movie nights.
👤This is not a 4K projector. The projector uses a Texas Instruments chip to reflect a mirrored image four times the distance from the original. They can call it 4K because there are at least eight million images on the screen. A native 4K projector is what you want. The cheapest is around $5,000. The projector in the $1,000-$3,000 price range uses a form of mirror called a pixel shift. If your screen is as large as mine, you can tell the difference, at least according to the online projector guru. I can easily make out the letters in text. One of the reasons that this type of projector is not good is the size. A 4K image should be one quarter the size of a1080P image, when on the same screen size. Just like your phone. The small size of the pixels makes it difficult to make out the individual ones from six inches away. You are getting more of a big screen with a projector. This does not give you smooth edges around text or anything else that requires fine detail. It blurs the image by giving you a lot of jagged edges. The picture looks soft but not blurry. That is the first problem with the projector. The second problem is the lens. There is a lot of purple or green fringing. A bright light is next to a dark line. I have attached some photos. Photographers use computer software to remove this issue from camera lenses. If you don't blur the image, you will have an out of focus picture, and you can't remove it with your projector. Special treatment to the glass is needed to eliminate it. The sharpness of the lens is also important. The lens has a lot of elasticity at the edges. You need to decide where you want your screen to be sharp and know that everything else will be different. The images I attached show how if one corner of the screen is sharp, it will be soft on the other corner. It's annoying when playing video games on the new consoles. It is important to avoid using your zoom whenever possible because they are closest to the wide end. There is a lot of red light leaking. See the photo. I shrunk the projected image so you can see how much of a red cast there is. I was unable to remove this with the available color adjustments. The third problem is a black level. The projector's claimed black level is ridiculous. It is not close to what they say. Black levels make a huge difference in image quality. You will be blown away by what anOLED can do. It's not realistic to compare the two technologies, but it's helpful if you know what the image is supposed to look like. You know how bad this image is. You can turn on all the fancy settings, but they don't do much except make the fan run very loud. The dynamic black setting makes the projector hard to see and distracts you from seeing it. The screen looks like it is tweaking its brightness. Problem number four is HDR10. It is so bad that you should turn it off. Bright mode will allow you to adjust your brightness, contrast, and gamma as the bulb wears out. This feature doesn't work well. You will notice it and think your settings are off. It is the projector. The remote is the fifth issue. This is the worst part. The only interaction we have with the projector is the remote, so why do companies skimp on it? The magic remote that is provided by LG is really excellent. The remote will make it hard for you to see in the process. Press a button and 30 LEDs light up your room. This is a big annoyance in dark rooms as it hurts the eyes. It is like starring into an SUV. The remote is not good. Issue number six is split screen. There seems to be an issue with the Optima presenting two different quality images side by side. When you turn on the projector, there are intermittent issues that happen. It requires restarting the device and crossing your fingers that it's ok after the restart. There are issues with this projector. I thought I would be getting a step-up in image quality, but it is actually a step down. I am blown away by how bad this is. No matter what I do. A person is running on a high definition television. Don't do it. If you want a real native 4K projector from Sony or JVC, you will have to pay a high price, but that will last you the next ten years. The fake 4K projectors are made by all the brands. Don't justify their price in the least.
The true 4K Ultra HD. Experience high-quality home cinema feel with 4K Ultra HD. Enhanced gaming mode will produce a 4.2ms response time at 4K and a blur-free gaming experience for the lowest input lag on a 4K projector. The HLG and HDR are comparable. Enjoy brighter whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and videos. 4,000 lumens of brightness in your home theater room, family room, gaming room, or even outdoors is an ultra-bright room. The movie is crisp and colorful. UltraDetail technology ensures enhanced image sharpness with a higher frame rate to deliver a crystal clear picture; the color wheel increases the color ratio for richer, vivid and cinematic image. Dynamic Black technology gives more depth to the image by smoothing lamp output to create a high contrast ratio. With 1.1x zoom and 40 keystone correction, you can get the picture just right.
👤I had this product installed less than 5 months, but last week it suddenly stopped working and I have to pay for it. I will not recommend this product. It's not worth the pain to spend $1300 for 5 months. I sent the product for service more than a month ago and they claim that they cannot find the broken parts and will not replace it with a new one. Don't buy because it won't be worth it. It's been three months since the projector was supposed to be back, but there is no updates.
👤Over the last 13 years, we have only upgraded once before, we are big fans of Optoma projectors. It was time again with the UHD 38. I have a home theater room. I know how to setup and set up a projector with high quality cables and video sources. I have been fighting for this setup for 3 days. The right side of the image is not as sharp as the left side when adjusted. I get a visual defect when I power it on about 1 out of 3 times. It is never resolved by a re-sync. The reset to default is odd. If I am having issues tuning in the colors, I like to reset and go back to the beginning. The reset does not reset the display settings that I was concerned about. The projector could be a great one, but it could not get it to a sharp picture without distortion consistently. I tried to get a replacement from Amazon but it was not an option so I am returning.
👤I plugged the box in with the power and tv. Aimed at the wall. It took a few seconds to warm up and then, even in broad daylight with no curtains, there was vivid color and bright whites and a perfectly legible 9 foot playstation screen. This feels like magic. I adjusted the keystone to get rid of the distortion, played with the focus and zoom, and started playing games. It was responsive enough to play some resogun, so I turned game mode on to try it out. The top of the screen ran into the ceiling, but it was so smooth that I didn't notice. I feel like a kid when I watch black screens look like a wall and then in a slide I see a logo or a game on my wall. Is it washed out in the daytime? Even if you don't close the curtains, the blacks are still watchable even if you don't take a picture. Is it worth it in the dark? Yes. When you don't have a room light on, blacks look deep black next to the brights and everything is rich. Is it possible? Always. Is it good for gaming? Yes. I am very impressed. I've been playing video games for decades and I never want to use a tv again, the size and brightness make a rich deep picture with a wow factor even on an off-color wall. I bought a sound system in hopes that the built in speaker would be terrible, but it's just as good as decent tv speakers. I haven't turned it above 3 yet. It's amazing that I have this to treat myself. Highly recommended. Just do it. It is so small and light that it's like a tv. It's good for gaming and watching movies. I feel like I just bought a second childhood, I am so excited to play everything on this. It has no business being good in the daytime. It blows out the whites but the contrast and brightness is better after a few weeks. The fan speed change and the ramp up of the brightness can distract you when you're playing a game, but it's not usually noticeable on games. Good luck if you want atmos. I don't think there is an a receiver on the market that can do the same thing as the projector, so I'm stuck with the best I can get. I still think it's amazing. After a few months, you still love it. The only complaint I have is that on dynamic brightness the whites get crushed a bit on my PS4 and this can probably be solved by changing to non dynamic bright mode. The response time of the lamp and the amount of light coming in can differ, this could be solved in a firmware update. It's still highly recommend. It's a 4k60,1080p240hz projector that has good brightness and color. Nothing compares to this. It's a perfect home theater if you pair it with a sound system.
Ensuring every customer is happy is their biggest priority. They provide professional after-sale service to make their customers happy. You can shop with confidence if you have a 1 year warraty. You can ask questions and shop. They are always happy to help. The RYGCWB color wheel for home cinema color calibration is included with the Cinematic picture quality. The perfect image accent. Texas Instruments has a single-chip design that ensures perfect image alignment and high-brightness for an incredible picture. You can either leave the lights on or keep them dim for a cinematic experience. Fast response time. Game display mode increases shadows and dark scenes for better visibility of impending obstacles. Control of the projector and connected devices using a single remote, all via the HDMI connection with the projectors, is possible with the help of HDMI-CEC technology. There is more image detail. Dynamic Black technology creates a high contrast ratio (500, 000: 1) by smoothing lamp output. An average of 4 hours of viewing time every day is provided by the long lamp life.
👤There have been no problems so far. The original review was published in June 2020. The old Optoma 520 had a problem and would only give a faded pink image, savesay I liked the performance of the last Optoma and decided to go for the latest model. I am a researcher. You know who I am as well. This is a purchase that is over $300 and is technical and electronic. There are so many choices today. I received this unit from Amazon. Cool! The brightness was different from the old Optoma. Wow! There are some reviews that say that this is bright enough to watch with some lights on and that the statements are legit. Very bright. I am very happy. The throw on this unit is the same as the old 520. I had to do nothing to adjust the zoom for our screen after installing the exeoli g mount. I built a 120” horizontal screen with a 16:9 screen format when the screens of this size were over $1,200. 6 years ago, I built my own screen for about $180. Our old Optoma 520 was more quiet. The 520 buyers were bothered by the fan nose, but they never bothered us while watching movies. Even with the fan running, this HD 146X is quiet. I have bad news for you shoppers who may have an Optoma projector. This unit has the same remote control, but with bright buttons. This is a no for me. We have a home theater with a remote. The Optoma remote is easy to use and functional. It is lightweight and the buttons are bright. You could use them to navigate your home in the dark instead of using a flashlight. I am happy out of the box. I hope mine lasts longer than 3-4 months, so I can get some other reviewers here. I registered my unit just in case after I found the warranty registration card. The unit appears to have a great quality video. I like to buy based on reviews so I pay it forward on stuff I buy. I will update this review if there is a change.
👤I bought it because of the reviews. It is a nice bright picture, I set it up. The picture that shows the mounting options is not a joke. The top of the table is where the projector will be placed. The manual states that the projector should not be used in any other orientation than the table top or ceiling mount. The projector should be horizontal and not tilted. The lifetime of the projector lamp or the projector itself may be shortened by any other orientation. Please contact Optoma if you need any standard installation advice. To get to 120", the project must be 13' from the screen, but there is a couch in front. No one can sit on the couch in front of the projector because we can't ceiling mount. I am used to raising the projector to any height. Not this one. The only other option is to put the project in front of the couch, which will result in a much smaller projection. This is a serious flaw in the design. I was tempted to send it back.
The light source is dependent on a laser. The DuraCore laser light source eliminates lamp and filter replacements for up to 30, 000 hours of low-cost and virtually maintenance-free operation. The 4K technologies enable brigher whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and videos. There are lights on view. Project in any room in the house, including family rooms, theater or game rooms, with an incredible 4, 000 lumens of brightness. The easy image setup is 1. 3X zoom and 30 degree vertical keystone correction allow for flexible installations. Home Cinema picture quality has a resolution of 19201080 with 4K input and a contrast ratio of 300, 000. Movies and gaming can be enjoyed with the latest 4K Ultra HD media players, game consoles and other digital sources. Get smart and connect a 4K UHD HDMI dongle to play games, stream videos and share photos.
👤The Optoma HZ39HDR is reviewed. The projector looked at all my boxes. It is a projector with low input-lag,4000 lumens of brightness for ambient-light viewing, and it runs on a laser source for full-on years of projectory goodness. All from Optoma for $1199. compromises had to be made It seems that way. I've sent back two of them, and jumped ship. There were issues with focus uniformity. The entire image can't be in focus at the same time. The top right corner of the image would come out of focus if I focused the bottom middle of the image. I tested in many environments. The right side of the projector bled green, giving it a hue. This was fine because of the balance between the focus areas and most content. I replaced it because it bothered me. The second projector had a better focus than the first. The image had a twist upward and a curving slant. Again, tested in multiple environments. It was hard to center on the screen. The lower right edge was yellow and faded. It is unacceptable. It returned as well. You can find out that lens manufacturing issues are varied and common with a little research. They might not bother you. Both projectors could show 4k input on their native resolutions. Both looked fine. The motion was smooth and the color was acceptable. It was suitable for ambient light. Maybe these issues wouldn't be a problem for you. I think it's 3 stars. This is one of the cheapest ways to get a Laser projector, and it is the only one that can be used for gaming. It is a good idea to be aware of its potential flaws before buying.
👤The Optoma HZ39HDR is the first projector that felt like it had early-adopter issues, and I've been using it for 15 years. This is the first projector I have had that can detect rainbow artifacts. It's most noticeable when scrolling through the media carousels in the app. The rainbows are not what bother me the most. High-contrast details are smeared a little. This is obvious in white subtitles and some appUI elements which look less crisp than on other displays and even other projectors. I've never seen an issue like this on any other projector and I think they used a poor quality lens. It's difficult to eliminate the abberation because the lens doesn't focus evenly across the entire screen. Check out the pictures I uploaded. It is supposed to be a row and column of white dots, with an orange curve coming to meet the horizontal white line. There are all kinds of colors that shouldn't be there. Only when close to the screen is this a problem. I would have returned it if I had purchased it as a replacement for my main home theater. The BenQ W1070 with a bulb provides a substantially better picture than my much older, much smaller, and cheaper BenQ W1070. I wanted a laser projector so I let the flaws slide, even though this is a secondary projector for me. I wouldn't need to replace its bulb. When a bulb pops and goes out, it becomes useless, either gradually or very suddenly. That should not happen during the useful life of this model. The startup time for a projector is the same as any projector I've used, so I was hoping the laser light source would allow the projector to turn on and off much quicker. The turn-off time is about two seconds. The 120hz input support and low latency were some of the reasons I chose this model. This did not fail to impress. It worked perfectly out of the box, and makes PC input feel more responsive than a 60hz display.
The Native Projector 4K Supported-Basic Version is a native version. It's compatible with TV Box, Chrome Book, PCs, Laptops, Tablets, Blue-ray DVD player, SD Card,usb flash drive, video games, media players (music, Pictures, Video, TXT), and Smartphones. The viewing distance to get the best visual experience is 100 feet. Rear projection supported with a 3-layer display, advanced fan cooling system, and build-in speaker. Home theater, business, night party, and so on. 100ANSI brightness and 6000:1 image contrast ratio are supported. Home theater, business, night party, and so on. 100ANSI brightness and 6000:1 image contrast ratio are supported.
👤The sound of the VP02A is decent and it has great picture quality, which is a plus for a projector of this size and price point. The quality of the projector does not match the pictures I have provided. The sound is decent, however, even without an external speaker, the sound was great. The included carrying case is a major upgrade and helps protect the product and store the power cord, cables and remote all in a convenient package. The padded case has a divider that can be adjusted to make a little more room if needed, and it also has a streaming stick inside. The VP02A has a very lightweight design which is amazing, however, this does mean that the design choice to have all the inputs and power on one side of the device, does tend to have it lean on that side, even when on a tripod stand I bought a tray that goes on top of the tripod to help alleviate the issue. The previous model had a slightly longer power cord, but this can be solved with an extension cord. You need to make sure that the remote doesn't get lost because you lose the on-device navigation in return for a smaller form. For this price point, you get a very good product that is portable, comes with various inputs, has amazing picture quality, and the sound is great. I would recommend this product.
👤If you are looking for a portable projector, this is a great one. I needed something lightweight that could be used at my vendor shows. It is a great tool for branding my display tent. I just hook it up to my laptop and have it set up for free. There is a My kids use it in the hotel room to watch their favorite movies on the ceilings using my phone and lighting cable, because it is so easy to operate. It's perfect for travel-fits inside my laptop. Carrying your favorite book isn't much bigger than that. You won't have to sacrifice any space. A portable projector.
👤We mounted this on the ceiling in the bedroom. The picture was bright and clear, but the adjustment was terrible. You could have the top 1/3 in focus, the bottom 1/3 in focus, or the middle 1/3 in focus. Trying to ignore the out of focus portion makes your eyes hurt. If you mounted the projector straight on, it would work for our setup, but it would require a ceiling mount rod that came down around 2 feet. You need to change that whenever you boot up because it is not ceiling mount or side down. The keystoning/focus problem is a deal breaker, since it's only $100. The bottom line. It's a good projector for the low price if your setup allows you to mount it straight on.
👤I wanted to have a small projector in my room so I bought this projector. I have some issues with it that I would like to address and help some people who are having the same issues. I assumed that I would have to move the projector because it would be like my last one, but this is incorrect. The distances are not the same. I don't really specify how far away you should place the projector, but it can go up to 170” The number we get is for a 100” screen, and it says about 8' away from the screen. I found a formula that should get you close. You need to place the projector 0.08 feet away from your screen for every inch of it, so take 0.08 and divide it by your screen size and how many feet you need to place it away. Next you need to have the projector dead in the center of the screen as I can't really pan the screen up and down. I had weird issues last off. After messing with it for a bit, I realized that it only power on for a second, then shut off again, but I didn't know why. If you mount your projector upside down like I did, you have to flip the image, but it's not that big of an issue, and it's kind of annoying. I feel like this projector is only good for what it says, and that is to be portable. It is dim and the colors are okay. If you want to keep your projector in one spot, you should get a bigger one.
It's a HDR comparison. A 6-segment color wheel is used to produce accurate color with sRGB and REC. The color profile is 709. Enhanced gaming mode allows lightning-fast response time of 8. 4ms with a 120Hz refresh rate. The 120" image projected from 4 feet away is ideal for smaller spaces and easier installation. Quiet operation of 26dB. A detailed, clear image can be achieved with bright, razor-sharp images: 3, 800 Lumens, 50, 000: 1 contrast ratio, and full HD1080p. An average of 4 hours of viewing time every day is provided by the long lamp life. The projection distance is 1. Flexible connection: connect to gaming consoles, media players and other HDMI devices such as the Fire stick and Apple TV; inputs include dual HDMI (1. 4a 3D support). The vertical keystone correction allows the GT1080HDR to be off-center without having to elevate it to project the image onto the screen, resulting in an easy, more flexible image set-up.
👤My use case was not for gaming, it was for something else. I read a review that said this unit was the best all-around outdoor projector. I agree, it's wonderful. I can tell you the difference between 6000 and 3800 lumens, even though I'm a flashlight nerd, and you can buy a projector with even more brightness. The juice isn't worth the squeeze. I found out that you need a short-throw projector like this one for inflatable movie screens. This unit will put up a 120 inch image at just 4 feet. The closer the projector is to the screen, the brighter it is. The results were amazing when I used this with my inflatable movie screen. We watched Star Wars, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and The Empire Strikes Back. The projector produces beautiful colors. My backyard movie setup has a projector sitting in front of my inflatable screen, which is a 2-way projection screen. The light needs to penetrate through the cloth screen to be effective. The projector was able to do this at greater than 15 feet away. It looks really good and is a legit 3800 light source. You get what you pay for. Don't believe what people tell you about buying a cheap projector. I was very disappointed with the picture of the GooDee I bought, they measure brightness in lux, which is a marketing trick. This is because the GooDee and similar projectors aren't short throw and don't produce enough light for a great picture. If you want the cheap 1970s drive-in feel, the GooDee is fine, but any nice high definition movie will need a projector of this specification at a minimum to produce an acceptable outdoor image. I can't recommend this one enough, even though there are many projectors that kill it.
👤It was accomplished! There is a warning! When you get the settings right after making a lot of adjustments, it really does have a picture as clear and colorful as a good 4K setup, the response time is amazing with games, but thesync feature is a pro and a con. It helps when games get a bit jumpy. I took a lot of work to calibrate my BenQ HT2150ST which had good color and contrast out of the box with only a gamma adjustment. After using it for an hour, there was a hot plastic smell. I think that is a necessary evil for break-in. I feel that the re-sync feature is a scapegoat. It was strange that they knew the product might get ahead of itself and not be able to get back on track or be slow, and try to jump back ahead. The re-sync does fix the problem, but I don't think it's necessary. The whole screen went digital and froze in the first few minutes. The issue has not arisen since a quick reboot. The final statement is that the GT1080HDR is a better projector than the one you get in the box, but it's just a notch above what you can get in the time it takes. I'm not sure what to say. It was short lived. If you try to calibrate video in the video settings on Xbox, the projector crashes every time, even if you try to find a source without going to 1440x540p. If you go to the other port, it will work, but not as good as the one at hdmi 1.4. The projector won't supply 4K/HDR. The display doesn't have 4K capability or the ability to display high definition content. I will change my review after I fix it. It did not come with a case as advertised. I would like to stay with my BenQ.
COMPACT size is small. The palm sized mini projector is perfect for the road warrior and can fit in a briefcase or backpack. When the projector or table is bumped, the image will refocus instantly and it's easy to set up with the auto focus. There is a short row project. The short throw lens of the ML1050ST+ allows users to place the projector a few feet away from the screen and still enjoy a large 100" image. The light source has up to 30,000 hour life. The lamp has a lifespan of up to 30 000 hours and an average of 5 hours a day for 16 years. There is 1, 000 lumens of brightness in lower lit meeting rooms. Go PC-free. A PC-free media player, image viewer, and document reader allow users to display office documents, PDFs, and images from micro SD cards and storage devices.
👤The projector will blow you away. It's compact and bright, and it's 4x4 inches or 10x10 cm. I've used this with my living room lights on and could still use the projector, even when the lights are off in the bedroom. The images are crisp and sharp, and the short throw of the ML750ST is amazing. The entire wall is projected by my projector 10 feet away. We have hooked up an Amazon Fire TV stick to stream all our movies. This has ruined my TV. I have connected our Bose Soundlink speaker to my phone and now have a huge image. I was skeptical at first that this little unit could do 200 images. Excellent quality, great value, and no regrets! It's the size of a school lunch box. We plan to use the projector to work meetings, volunteer meetings, and movie nights, as well as to watch movies in our room on a daily basis. It's a joy to own and use this light source without worry about it's uses or the fact that a replacement bulb will dim over time, because of the 20,000 hour lamp life. This is how projectors should be, compact, long-life, and fun to use. I recommend this projector to people who want to learn more about what projectors can do for them. You'll love this projector because it has a crisp 720p HD image. The file reader and system on this projector are slow, like reading your computer's hard drive for a minute or two. The miniSD card reader is fast and it is an okay alternative. To use the internal storage, you need to have a male and female cord lying around, so you can hook it up to your computer and copy files over to. You can access the internal storage from the Media menu. The unit will display the video titles and controls for 5 seconds every time it loops the file. This unit should shine when using an HDMI smart device. Fire TV, Shield TV, etc are available. You can stream your games with a Shield TV or Steam Link. The speaker on this unit does not work, as other reviewers have pointed out. If you don't already own a usable sound source, be aware that having an aux input speaker handy will make you love this unit more. If you're worried about the compatibility of the Amazon Fire TV, you can use the ability to pair it with a compatible device.
👤I am happy with my Optoma HD26 and I was hoping to lose some weight when I travel, so I wanted to love this projector. I was happy to read that the marketing material for the ML750 said "Brightness, Color and Contrast". It has the power and performance of a full-sized projector in the palm of your hand. It doesn't pack the performance of a full-sized projector. It's not as bright, colors are washed out, and focus is not great. I tried several different modes, but never got a picture that I would be comfortable using in a business environment. If you had a dim room, you could get your projector close to the wall, and if your deck/slides/PowerPoint didn't have graphics that relied on contrast, you would have a picture that was pretty good. It might be acceptable, but it would be small. The image quality would be better if you had a dark room. Fan noise can be very loud at times. The cool factor is always there for this thing. It is cool. If you put it on a tripod, you will have the best gear in the room. If you're looking for something that is better than a bunch of people sitting around a laptop screen, the ML750 is definitely something you should buy. It isn't a game-changer without compromise, compared to a full-size projector. I will continue to pack my Optoma HD26 and "WOW" people with its image quality and relatively small size. It's really sad.
Clear, detailed images are rendered from high definition content without downscaling or compression. Stunning picture quality. High contrast (23,000:1), reference display mode and RGB combine to deliver bright, accurate colors that are perfectly aligned to the REC.709 and REC.709b color space. For an average of 4 hours of viewing time, enjoy up to 12,000 hours of lamp life. GAMING: A low lag. When connected to the latest gaming consoles and High Performance PCs, you can experience fast input response times. Easy installation. flexibile placement in any environment can be achieved with the help of vertical keystone correction and a 1.1x zoom. In your home theater, living room, or backyard, you can enjoy an incredible 3,000 lumens of brightness. The light source type is light. 3D glasses purchase is required to view true 3D content from almost any 3D source, including 3D disc players, 3D broadcasting, and the latest-generation game consoles.
👤I don't normally write reviews but this one is important. After only two months of use, the screen is discolored and dead. I have tried to get a response from Optoma about a warranty, but it looks like they aren't going to fix it without me shelling out a few hundred dollars. After doing some research, it appears that they cheap out of the thermal paste with their chips and they burn up fast. I'm out $500 because I can't replace the dmd chip myself, which will cost a couple hundred bucks. Don't buy this garbage, it will fail on you.
👤I set the projector up this morning after receiving it. I don't have much time to use it because I have been using it for a few hours. If something changes, I will update the review. The Optoma HD142x is updated. The lamp for the HD143x is said to last longer than the other ones. I could not find any other information that was different. I have only had experience with cheap projectors with weird names that don't violate trademarks. When you see the differences, your jaw will hit the floor. The picture quality is excellent. I have a little over 100 inches of screen, which is about 9 feet throw distance. If you have a small room, this isn't a short throw projector, so you may not get the screen size you want. I was impressed by the HD movies Ghost in the Shell and Blade Runner 2049. The colors on the screen were really vivid, even though you won't get the blacks. The screen was still bright enough to watch even with light turned on. The blacks turn into brown. I didn't notice a rainbow effect, which I suppose is an issue with the projector. I tried out the best looking game on the system, and it was the PS4 game, Horizon Zero Dawn. The HD143x has a game mode in the menu settings that increases the screen's brightness and makes it look like an increase in the number of frames per second. This is noticeable. I can see the slight slowdown that occurs with lower FPS immediately, but I don't think it would affect my play time or my enjoyment. I don't know if I'll do it if I'm playing on a 120Hz screen. This projector doesn't have a lens shift, but it does have an electric key, which is much nicer than the analog key levers you get on cheap projectors. It has a screw mount setup as well. I was able to make it work despite the fact that most of the universal mounts I found were for 4 screw setup. It's also very quiet. I think it's slightly louder than my ceiling fan. It's a good projector. It's the best projector I've ever owned, but I only owned cheap ones before this, so I don't know how it compares to others in this price range. My dad may buy one for himself. He wanted one of mine. The projector doesn't have a blue tooth so you'll need a transmitter to sync it up. You can't use it to play music or movies because it's only for power.
The true 4K Ultra HD. Experience high-quality home cinema feel with 4K Ultra HD. Enhanced gaming mode will produce a 4.2ms response time at 4K and a blur-free gaming experience for the lowest input lag on a 4K projector. The HLG and HDR are comparable. Enjoy brighter whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and videos. Ultra-BRIGHT: Enjoy 3,600 lumens of brightness in your home theater room, family room, gaming room, or even outdoors for backyard movie nights. The movie is crisp and colorful. UltraDetail technology ensures enhanced image sharpness with a higher frame rate to deliver a crystal clear picture; the color wheel increases the color ratio for richer, vivid and cinematic image. Dynamic Black technology gives more depth to the image by smoothing lamp output to create a high contrast ratio. With 1.1x zoom and 40 keystone correction, you can get the picture just right.
👤There weren't many reviews on this projector. We wanted to upgrade to 4K but didn't want a big price tag. We were looking for a decent price for what we got. I compared the two projectors. The price and lumens were the only differences I noticed. This was 400 less bright than the UHD38. It's easier to fine tune the image alignment with a 5-15% vertical lens shift and wider 1.3x zoom. I had a previous projector set that was easy to set up. I didn't need to change much. The difference in light intensity between the two is what makes the UHD35 cheaper than the UHD38. The model I bought was the 2021. I have a screen that works well with ambient light, so we don't have lighting issues, and the picture is very clear even during the day. We are very pleased that you will not be disappointed. Some reviewers said that they had issues, but I didn't have them. It was easy to set up and we are very pleased with our purchase. I wanted to give my experience with this projector after a while. It produces a beautiful picture. The color and details in movies are amazing. My kids love having their friends over to play on the big screen because they have the Nintendo Switch connected. Light coming in doesn't affect the picture because the picture is great in daylight. The only thing that makes this work is that it doesn't have a blue tooth connection for a speaker, so we bought a device that will connect a blue tooth speaker to the speaker jack.
👤Excellent picture quality. If you don't use the ECO or ECO+ modes, it is noisy. I have a black out room, so the projector has plenty of brightness. Not having a lens shift is a big negative. When I bought it, I knew it didn't have lens shift, but I didn't know how much it mattered. If you hang from the ceiling, you need a really stout, fully adjusted mount, because you have a limited throw distance. Thankfully I did, but it was a pain tuning it. If you have a permanent mounting location like I have, you should be aware of the throw distance. I squeezed by right on the edge. Depending on your screen size, there may be 12 plays with distance. I like it but no more projectors without lens shift and more throw distance adjustment because it is installed and tuned. I am really happy with it now that it is fixed. You are limited on placement again. It took a week to get it settled in a ceiling mount. I will recommend it if it fits your layout.
👤How much this product is worth is beyond me. Blacks and whites are not the same. The projector was at the bottom of the box when I received it. Not at all what is advertised!
👤I had a projector from the same brand as this one. I think I know what a projector picture should look like. I didn't notice it until I was watching movies. I have a 4k fire stick that is bright enough to cover a large area, but also bright enough to look like the sky or walls. The projector is a terrible product and not handling colour input well and has a problem displaying colors, so I tried another firestick, but it didn't work. Either 8 or 10 bits. There is a problem with the detailing of small changes in colors. The pictures below are what I mean. I didn't watch more movies in the refund period to find this problem. Don't buy this projector for movies. It's not bad for games, but the colors are not accurate.
Ultra short throw projectors allow placement close to the screen or wall and allow for an unobstructed projected image from foot traffic or objects. Incredible picture quality. Enjoy bright, razor-sharp images with 3, 600 lumens, 20, 000: 1 contrast ratio, and a high resolution. When the projector or table is bumped, the image will refocus instantly, thanks to the auto keystone sensors and four-corner correction. An average of 4 hours of viewing time every day is provided by the long lamp life. Full 3D: The GT5600 displays true 3D content from almost any 3D source, including 3D disc players, 3D broadcasting, and the latest generation game consoles. Ultra-smooth flicker-free images can be provided with support for a rapid-refresh rate. There is a screen magnification. The big screen has a display that allows you to enjoy content from your mobile device. Go wireless. The Optoma HDCast Pro 1080p HDMI MHL Multimedia Stick is sold separately. Go wireless. The Optoma HDCast Pro 1080p HDMI MHL Multimedia Stick is sold separately.
👤I found the GT5600 to be my top choice after a lot of research. I used a projector screen from Carl's Place. I am happy with the results even though it is the cheapest foldable material. I may upgrade to UST ALR material once I return to the US. I am projecting a 100" diagonal screen on the back of the unit. Even when the room lights are on, the display is still bright. I wanted a unit that could handle 60-240v without a step-up or step-down conversion, and this was one of the few projectors that stated it on the specifications. The unit has a lot of helpful features that make screen setup much easier. I use a single HDMI cable to connect it to my surround sound receiver. I have used over 120 hours of it and have not encountered any issues or buyer's remorse.
👤I tried out the CinemaX P1 4k UST before I ordered the Gt5600. The CinemaX had better picture quality, better color, and was brighter. The CinemaX has a lot of problems with input lag on the laser unit, which is not a thing on bulb projectors. Audio sync between the built-in speaker and external receiver on that 4k unit was affected by the lag. I plug my PS4 into my receiver and projector and don't notice any issues, the GT5600 has very low input lag. It works and that's important. There is a speaker built in which I don't use, but it is pointless to build a speaker into a projector when most people buying a projector already have a surround sound system. The unit is bright enough to view content in the day time, but not great in day time and hard to see dark scenes with low contrast. The previous HD20 projector was not even usable in the day, but I'm very happy with the new one. There are a few reasons why I docked a star. The problem with USTs is that the previous long throw projector had no issues, so you need to invest in a pro screen. It's not a problem with the unit, but it should be noted as a requirement. There are occasional flashes from the bulb when watching in Eco mode. Many others have the same experience with this unit. It's sad because sources say to run it on bright mode for a few months to fix it. The fan is not noticeable in eco mode.
👤Again, this is not a laserprojector, do not confuse it with other ultra short throws that are laser, this one is standard. It's not a bad thing, but I had to put it out there because no one in the Optoma or Amazon ads indicate it's led. My room is a large 18'x20'. This bad boy sits less than a foot away from my 100" screen and it casts a beautiful image. Moving it by an inch expands the image by 6 inches. You have an image of 150 to 200 inches. $1,100 is not cheap but it is a bargain compared to a 200lb 90" TV. The projector is bright and has great contrast. It shouldn't be a problem to use it in a room with all the lights on. Daylight viewing is dependent on whether your window allows North, South,East or West; my main window allows only Western light to come in, meaning it's longer rays and fades off as the Sun sets. Blacks are great, but brilliant colors are plentiful. I'm currently using a white background, but I'm going to use a grey screen soon. Edge to edge sharpness. This is the reason I went with a UST projector, they do four corner sharpness and keystone'ing can be a challenge. My other projector is the Native 1920x. It was 960P. Unless it's positioned head-on, the projector doesn't do 4 corner sharpness unless it's sitting at an angle. I "need" VGA for power point, or webpages, due to the fact that I use my laptop to watch live stream TV. Fan: is quiet! The YABER Native 1920x1080P projector is loud. Having a projector close is an added plus. You're away from the fan. I was overwhelmed by the colors, contrast, and size, but I was a bit overwhelmed by the lack of detail. My Native 1920x cost $267 Fine details in people's hair, eyelashes, skin, etc., can be seen in the1080P projector. I don't keep it because it doesn't do 4 corner sharpness well enough. I'm pretty sure my laptop's video card has a lot to do with images, and my screen, yadda, yadda, I feel if my $260 video projector can do well, too. I have a roll down screen which is not flat, and ultra short throws, which makes shooting on a flat surface very difficult. There is no free lunch, the fan is hot, and all the great image size and technology needed for a short throw comes with a price: heat. The bad boy can kick out a lot of heat. It's winter and not so bad. It's probably comparable to a hair dryer on low setting. I know that will bother me during the summer. Yes, I have AC. I rarely use it here. I got rid of a pair of stereo tube once due to the heat they gave off in the summer, and those were not near the heat this unit throws. Wait a minute, you just said the cost was a 'pro'. Well. Yes. I can't say that paying $1 100 is a good buy because I know my $260 proj does better. You have it. I might go with a laser short throw to see how they compare, but they're currently $3K out of my range. If you don't want to be bothered with hanging, or if you want a large image, and you're not concerned with macro-detail, then this is the picture for you. A 100" image, guitar and curtain open on a huge window at 9:00am on a cloudy day is seen on the picture.
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