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Optoma HD141X 3D 1080p 3000 Lumen Projector w/ Mount EXPIRED

jaredblane 71 77 October 13, 2014 at 01:31 PM in Projectors (9) More BuyDig Deals
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Promoted 10-14-2014 by Corwin at 10:34 PM View Original Post
BuyDig has Optoma HD141X 3D 1080p 3000 Lumen DLP Home Theater Projector with MHL Enabled HDM & Mustang Low Profile Projector Mount for $593.95 - $15 w/ promotional code Spooktacular15 = $578.95 + free shipping. Thanks Jaredblane

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This model is rarely on sale and represents lowest price so far. The mount is an extra bonus ($40 value). -iconian

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Edited October 14, 2014 at 01:45 PM by jaredblane
Use Coupon code: Spooktacular15

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The Optoma HD141X all-digital home entertainment projector is ideal for watching movies, TV shows, Sports and action-packed video games on screens up to 300? diagonal.

HD141X delivers high performance cinematic quality, HD 1080p video and produces a stunning 3000 lumens bright image with a remarkable 20,000:1 contrast ratio. Amaze your friends with fantastic image detail and superior color reproduction.

Packed with advanced features, the Optoma HD141X will take your home entertainment to the next level: 2x HDMI ports, MHL compatibility, VESA 3D Sync port with full 3D compatibility for seamless integration with your favorite Blu-ray 3D player, Xbox, PS3, PS4 and other gaming consoles. It also has a powerful10-Watt audio, Dynamic black for enhanced black levels, 12V jack for motorized screen automation, back-lit remote, up to 6500 hours of lamp life and whisper quiet fan for maximum viewing enjoyment.

ALSO INCLUDES A FREE MOUNT
http://www.buydig.com/shop/produc...STANGMOUNT
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Does buydig allow you to stack coupon codes? I remember getting a long unique code on a postcard with my Mr Beam light order for $15 off $150, but I left it at home.
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I did not have any unique codes to attempt with but buydig did not let me stack any of the multi-use codes that I tried.
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SON OF A B$&@H!!! I paid $599 for my 131x about 5 months ago!!!
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SON OF A B$&@H!!! I paid $599 for my 131x about 5 months ago!!!
and how well do you like it, pootytang66?
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I am a projector n00b... Anyone have experience with this vs a BenQ W1070?
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It appears that you may be able to get another 5% back from Discover, which I do not use.
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Good price. Decent projector. The 3000 lumens is good.
One thing I would just take some time to get as close to perfect with this and other projectors like it is
being very careful about mounting this projector perfectly perpendicular to the screen.
It does not have any vertical or horizontal lens shift. Meaning once you have your projector mounted you can't adjust the image up or down like you can with projectors that have that feature.

It DOES have digital keystone correction which can help I would suggest not relying on that for alignment.
Here is why...http://www.projectorcentral.com/c...ection.htm

Projector central has a good calculator in helping one properly set up their PJ distance for screen size etc.

They quality and size of the picture from this (and many other PJs) is an incredible value for the money considering the large screen size you can achieve at such a low cost.
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Fletch113, you may find some comparison info here.
https://www.avforums.com/threads/...x.1900121/
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I am a projector n00b... Anyone have experience with this vs a BenQ W1070?

Yes. It is a very good PJ for the money too. You can compare them at projector central if you like. While most people don't take advantage of the maximum screen size possible the 1070 is 234 and the Optomo is 305. Also lumen ratings and some other things.

Here is one comparison
http://www.projectorcentral.com/p...pid_2=8386
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and how well do you like it, pootytang66?
I love mine! I paid somewhere in the upper 700 range last year for my 131, so I'd consider this fantastic deal.
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Projector noob, is this thing 120hz?
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You simply can't overstate the fun/dollar ratio on these cheap HD projectors; you'll be shocked at how good they are if you haven't seen it yet.
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I am a projector n00b... Anyone have experience with this vs a BenQ W1070?
I've had both.. benq has better picture quality. optoma has quieter fan and doesn't get nearly as hot.
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