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I picked up the uhd65 when it first came out last year for $2500. Picked it over the epson 5040. No regrets. Loving the picture quality. I also have a blacked out room, black walls, ceilings and carpet.
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Can someone give me the brief synopsis on 4k content. I use YouTube tv on a roku ultra..I have a 4K led tv..I believe it reads 3840x2160 when I turn the tv on. Am I watching 4K programming on YouTube tv?

I have a benq1070 projector in the basement also streaming YouTube tv as well as a bluray player. Will upgrading to a 4K projector vastly improve my picture?

Thanks in advance
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Just picked UHD65 was waiting from Nov 17 and then for UHD50 but with new UHD50 light bleeding UHD65 loks very attractive ad thisaso incuded mount
Light bleeding? Do you have the link to UHD50, not many reviews out there yet. ProjectorCentral is dragging things out. Thanks.
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Light bleeding? Do you have the link to UHD50, not many reviews out there yet. ProjectorCentral is dragging things out. Thanks.
I heard about light bleed on it as well. I thought it was on homecinema.fr its a French review site so you will need to translate. A lot of info can be found on avsforums
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Out of stock. Frown
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I heard about light bleed on it as well. I thought it was on homecinema.fr its a French review site so you will need to translate. A lot of info can be found on avsforums
2 people report it on Amazon reviews but they still score the machine high. The input lag is only 48ms!
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Light bleeding? Do you have the link to UHD50, not many reviews out there yet. ProjectorCentral is dragging things out. Thanks.
With the TI .47 DLP chip it seems like all of the projectors out that are using it have a dark grey border around the image. If you have a black border on your screen anyway, you won't see it.

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-...st55455548

The projectors in this deal all use the .67 chip, which doesn't have this problem (but also doesn't do 1080p 3d).
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I have the UHD60 I got on a previous deal from hear that was refurbed. I got the 1yr refurbed warranty plus another year on top of that. The picture and 4k is great. I use it for mainly 4k gaming on Xbox.

The border light bleed is large. Much larger then my previous HD141x. And the options don't seem to shrink it. I have some hand shake issues with it too. I do have a High speed cable, but I would swap that out before I blamed the projector. It does have some light flutter in it sometimes.

I don't know if these problems are cause of the refurb or not. But I got it cause I really wanted 4k gaming at 130" and it works wonders for it. But I have 2 years to get a new one and hope the price comes down cause I would want a 'new' one to see if my issues are just a refurb issue.
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Will citicard warranty extend refurbished products by two years?
No, but American Express *does* specifically extend the warranty on refurbished products.
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It's most certainly not dead, discs unfortunately are not cheap at all though. IT is dying out, which is unfortunat,e because 3d on projectors looks great. IT never should have been implemented on TVs, it just doesnt immerse you enough. I really like 3d with my HT2050 setup (120"). It will be hard for me to upgrade to a 4k projector without having 3d in it, which right now the HT2550 is one of the few 4k models that does 3d.
It's dead in that the industry has determined that there is no profit in it, which is why they have dropped support for it in 4K. As you stated, 3D with TVs is a waste, and projectors are a niche market at best. It certainly wouldn't be a large enough market to cater to the 4K projector owners who are also interested in 3D (which is a small percentage of an already relatively small market).
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It's dead in that the industry has determined that there is no profit in it, which is why they have dropped support for it in 4K. As you stated, 3D with TVs is a waste, and projectors are a niche market at best. It certainly wouldn't be a large enough market to cater to the 4K projector owners who are also interested in 3D (which is a small percentage of an already relatively small market).
3d is not dead. It's always used late in a technologies lifeline to extend it. You'll start to see 4K 3D in a couple of years right before the 8k TVs appear.
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3d is not dead. It's always used late in a technologies lifeline to extend it. You'll start to see 4K 3D in a couple of years right before the 8k TVs appear.
Believe what you want... [cnet.com]
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I bought the uhd65 for freaking 1700 about 2 months back. I should shoot myself. It was used with 400 hours too. I am honestly way said.
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Believe what you want... [cnet.com]
My crystal ball says that the tech will be back in use when the need to sell a different feature comes.

No need in arguing about what will or won't happen in the future. Let's just go on with our lives and if we remember to do so, revisit this in 3 years.
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Agreed. I'm deciding that fauxk looks good enough ya know. New these uhd 65 things look like $2300 with a 3 year warranty. Refurbished with a 1 year is $1650 which is pretty crazy low and the discount to today My justification on warranties is limited. But in this weird logic, it's 800$ to have a 3 year warranty and a new projector. If optoma or buydig offers extended warranties on these that puts confidence in my purchase. But I've never dealt with projector problems.
These arent "fauxk"
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