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Optoma UHD60 4K Projector + Mount + $100 Buydig Gift Card EXPIRED

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BuyDig has Optoma UHD60 4K Home Theater Projector + Monoprice Ceiling Bracket Mount + $100 Buydig Gift Card on sale for $1774 with coupon code DIGTURKEY25 (applied at checkout). Shipping is free. Thanks iconian & Rabble_Rabble_Rabble

Note, gift card and mount added in cart automatically. Gift card is valid for $100 off any future purchase of $100 or more.

Features:
  • Resolution: Up to 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ration: 1M:1
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (native), 4:3, Auto, LBX
  • 3000 ANSI Lumens
  • 15% Vertical Lens Shift | 1.6x Optical Zoom
  • 4K Upscaling
  • HDR-Compatible (HDR10)
  • 2 x 4W Stereo Speakers
  • Input/Output:
    • 1x HDMI 2.0 (HDCP 2.2)
    • 1x HDMI 1.4a
    • 1x VGA-In
    • 1x RJ45
    • Audio-In /Audio-Out
    • Optical Audio Out
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"As Projector Central points out, the new DLP processor in the UHD60 uses a bit of trickery to achieve a 4K resolution. It's not natively UHD, instead it uses 2,716 by 1,528 mirrors (the DLP equivalent of pixels) and some custom video processing to double that resolution. But it's a step beyond the current faux-4K "3LCD" projectors we've seen, which basically double a 1080p picture. It's tough to tell the difference between a true 4K image and either of these solutions when it comes to video, Projector Central notes. But the DLP approach stands ahead of the 3LCD method when showing things like high-resolution graphics and spreadsheets." - engadget

This is similar to calling all 4k disks true 4k. If it's a 4k disk built from a non-4k master, is it true 4k just because it's now upconverted to 4k? Of course not. Can one tell the difference though? Probably not. So, it's "pretty much" 4k, but with trickery to get there 😊
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It's in a movie room. It raises the value of the house. Advertised to go. Husband's walk in and want it. It's a huge selling point and I raised my house price 5k just bc I'm including it. It's 2 years old anyway..time to move up
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Good price. Still holding out for its big brother though.
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Good price. Still holding out for its big brother though.
you meant UHD65 right?
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Difference btw 65?
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Too bad it's not a true 4k projector.

Cheapest one on the market is still the $5k Sony
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My Epson 2040 is going with my house I'm selling. Looking to upgrade. Is this worth it?
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Difference btw 65?
Has motion processing that is absolutely worth the extra $500. Projector central has a great breakdown on them.
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Good price. Still holding out for its big brother though.
You should look into the vivitek that was posted here the other day, supposedly the same as the uhd65. It was $1500 with a free projector mount (might still be active)

I would wait for more reviews though

Personally I'm waiting for laser to come down in price. Hopefully by late next year, if not, I'll bite on one of these dlps
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My Epson 2040 is going with my house I'm selling. Looking to upgrade. Is this worth it?
Just curious. Why would you include the projector with your house sale? Did the buyer request it?
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It is true 4k. It renders in 4k, so it is true 4k.
"As Projector Central points out, the new DLP processor in the UHD60 uses a bit of trickery to achieve a 4K resolution. It's not natively UHD, instead it uses 2,716 by 1,528 mirrors (the DLP equivalent of pixels) and some custom video processing to double that resolution. But it's a step beyond the current faux-4K "3LCD" projectors we've seen, which basically double a 1080p picture. It's tough to tell the difference between a true 4K image and either of these solutions when it comes to video, Projector Central notes. But the DLP approach stands ahead of the 3LCD method when showing things like high-resolution graphics and spreadsheets." - engadget

This is similar to calling all 4k disks true 4k. If it's a 4k disk built from a non-4k master, is it true 4k just because it's now upconverted to 4k? Of course not. Can one tell the difference though? Probably not. So, it's "pretty much" 4k, but with trickery to get there 😊
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You should look into the vivitek that was posted here the other day, supposedly the same as the uhd65. It was $1500 with a free projector mount (might still be active)

I would wait for more reviews though

Personally I'm waiting for laser to come down in price. Hopefully by late next year, if not, I'll bite on one of these dlps
Isn't the cheapest laser the Sony at $25k?
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Just curious. Why would you include the projector with your house sale? Did the buyer request it?
It's in a movie room. It raises the value of the house. Advertised to go. Husband's walk in and want it. It's a huge selling point and I raised my house price 5k just bc I'm including it. It's 2 years old anyway..time to move up
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