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$1099 BenQ TK800 faux 4K UHD HDR Home Theater Projector, 8.3 Million Pixels, 3000 Lumens, 3D, Keystone, HDMI

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Cheapest price for Brand New TK800. This is 3000 ansi lumen fauxK projector gearing toward living room setup.

$1099

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...B07F2RX1DB

Newegg store on ebay has the same price so you can take advantage of ebay points or cashback.
https://www.ebay.com/p/BenQ-TK800...9efffab816


We have seen the refurbished version going as low as $900.

Example to show how good the picture quality is with ambient light. I found the video on youtube.

https://youtu.be/zMUpyN8mYg0
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thanks op, bought it on newegg, i hope its better than the viewsonic px747.
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Benqdirect.com has it for same price. Good deal
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Why fauxK?
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How is the lag for gaming?
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Why fauxK?
I second that, the ad says it's real 4k and 8.3 million pixels in several places, as do some fairly technical reviews.
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Got mine on newegg love it
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I second that, the ad says it's real 4k and 8.3 million pixels in several places, as do some fairly technical reviews.
it's actually really nice, it does sport 4k resolution when my PC is connected to it, and it does that through pixel shifting (hence why people don't consider it true 4k) but if you want a true 4k chip, be prepared to spend 7+Grand.
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How does one read the refresh rate of a projector?
I saw 120hz in one area on amazon but I'm a bit confused how to interpret.
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I second that, the ad says it's real 4k and 8.3 million pixels in several places, as do some fairly technical reviews.
4K2K with 4-way XPR

(1920 x 1080)

Copy and pasted out of their website under specs. Native 1080.
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Thanks OP! Been waiting for this.
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4K2K with 4-way XPR

(1920 x 1080)

Copy and pasted out of their website under specs. Native 1080.
Uses pixel shift technology. Like many other projectors today. Think about this, hold out 4 fingers in front of you. Move fast left to right over and over again, it may appear you have 8 fingers but in reality it is still 4 fingers.
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How does one read the refresh rate of a projector?
I saw 120hz in one area on amazon but I'm a bit confused how to interpret.
The review I read says that the primary chip's resolution is 240Hz at 1080, but then it goes through another chip that drops the speed down to 60hz and bumps the resolution to 4k, and you can't disable that second chip for more speed at a lower resolution.
https://hometheaterhifi.com/revie...or-review/

Lots of TV manufacturers try to fill in frames one way or another and offer up those speeds with slightly different names like "motion plus" while hiding the actual refresh rate. Jerks.
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Uses pixel shift technology. Like many other projectors today. Think about this, hold out 4 fingers in front of you. Move fast left to right over and over again, it may appear you have 8 fingers but in reality it is still 4 fingers.
I believe laser projectors have only one laser that scans through all the pixels. Our eyes don't care if it's 8.3million lasers or if it's one laser moving really fast.
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I believe laser projectors have only one laser that scans through all the pixels. Our eyes don't care if it's 8.3million lasers or if it's one laser moving really fast.
Laser is the light source, it has nothing to do with pixel shifting. You can buy a true 4k laser projector as well as a 4k pixel shifting version.
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