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Optoma Refurbished Projectors w/ Ceiling Mount: HD142X 1080p 3D DLP EXPIRED

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Appreciate the links, but I wouldn't say "not by much." The first link you posted says, "The Optoma GT1080Darbee isn't quite in the same class for picture quality as the Epson 2150 or the BenQ HT2050A, but it is a step above the eight sub-$650 models we recently looked at."

The second link is the eight sub-$650 projectors they compared and that comparison has the HD143X which is probably the closest model you can use to compare to the HD142X in this deal.

Thus, going by the two articles you could say the BenQ HT2050A is not only in a different class but is a step above the HD142X.

The first article linked even mentions this specifically: "Compared with the sub-$650 models, the BenQ HT2050A--along with the Epson HC 2150-- delivers a significant step up in picture quality, with noticeably darker blacks, higher contrast, and better three dimensionality with 2D images."

I don't own either of the two so I can't speak from personal experience; just going by the articles linked. For my money's worth, the HT2050 (as we saw just a few days ago) typically goes on sale for sub $500 refurb so I'd wait for the next sale for it. It's even sweeter when an eBay coupon rolls around.

The HT2050A is also noted frequently to be one of the best sub $1000 projectors around as the successor to the super popular but discontinued W1070.
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1 year is "extended"? That seems standard/minimum
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1 year is "extended"? That seems standard/minimum
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How does the 142X compare to the BenQ 3050 refurb available in the BenQ thread?
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HT2050>142x but not by much.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/B...Darbee.htm

they have the compar but dont remember .
http://www.projectorcentral.com/B...s-2018.htm
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Anyone able to recommend a wholehouse projector for outdoor use? I want to put on an animation light show this Christmas using my house.
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Are the 3d on these worth it ? Might pick one up since OLED 3d is dead Frown
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Anyone able to recommend a wholehouse projector for outdoor use? I want to put on an animation light show this Christmas using my house.
Would love to know this too. Thinking about using it on the side of my house during summer evenings
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Would love to know this too. Thinking about using it on the side of my house during summer evenings
Same here. I wanna pick up one just to do outdoor movies
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Where's Epson 2150 new for $500?
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HT2050>142x but not by much.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/B...Darbee.htm [projectorcentral.com]

they have the compar but dont remember .
http://www.projectorcentral.com/B...s-2018.htm [projectorcentral.com]
Appreciate the links, but I wouldn't say "not by much." The first link you posted says, "The Optoma GT1080Darbee isn't quite in the same class for picture quality as the Epson 2150 or the BenQ HT2050A, but it is a step above the eight sub-$650 models we recently looked at."

The second link is the eight sub-$650 projectors they compared and that comparison has the HD143X which is probably the closest model you can use to compare to the HD142X in this deal.

Thus, going by the two articles you could say the BenQ HT2050A is not only in a different class but is a step above the HD142X.

The first article linked even mentions this specifically: "Compared with the sub-$650 models, the BenQ HT2050A--along with the Epson HC 2150-- delivers a significant step up in picture quality, with noticeably darker blacks, higher contrast, and better three dimensionality with 2D images."

I don't own either of the two so I can't speak from personal experience; just going by the articles linked. For my money's worth, the HT2050 (as we saw just a few days ago) typically goes on sale for sub $500 refurb so I'd wait for the next sale for it. It's even sweeter when an eBay coupon rolls around.

The HT2050A is also noted frequently to be one of the best sub $1000 projectors around as the successor to the super popular but discontinued W1070.
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Very good projector HD141x was a tad better I own one, but this is a very good projector, and I own a couple of epsons (3700 and 3020) this is the go to everyday....
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