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Optoma Projectors (Refurb): UHD50 4K $799, S341 3D DLP EXPIRED

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Note: All below are refurbished by Optoma and include a 90 Day Manufacturer Warranty + 1-year Extended Warranty.

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Just FYI, all these cheap DLP projectors have one huge common problem - low brightness uniformity with bright areas that are extremely distracting on anything but video. And the worse part is that it varries from unit to unit, in some cases a lot. I own one of the 1080p BenQ and it took 3 units to get acceptable one.
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Amazon specs shows GT5600 as 3000, but Buydig has it at 3600. Who's right?
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Just FYI, all these cheap DLP projectors have one huge common problem - low brightness uniformity with bright areas that are extremely distracting on anything but video. And the worse part is that it varries from unit to unit, in some cases a lot. I own one of the 1080p BenQ and it took 3 units to get acceptable one.
I'm new to projectors and have been eyeing the GT5600. I have a Nebula Mars lite. Now that's cheap. But even in this $1000 range, if the GT5600 is still considered cheap, what do you recommend? Anything above $2k, I feel it defeats the purpose of moving away from LCD screens, might as well get a good big screen tv on sale.
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I'm new to projectors and have been eyeing the GT5600. I have a Nebula Mars lite. Now that's cheap. But even in this $1000 range, if the GT5600 is still considered cheap, what do you recommend? Anything above $2k, I feel it defeats the purpose of moving away from LCD screens, might as well get a good big screen tv on sale.
Sadly, the difference between $1000 and $2000 is not substantial. $3000 and up is where they start putting better lenses and light path. These are MSPRs, so you can often get a $3000 projector for $2000. I dont think you can buy 100" LCD for $3000. And 100" is really the entry size for a projector screen. It has other benefits, like less eye strain due to the light reflection vs emition towards the viewer (in my experience).

Bottom line is, I can't recommend anything at the moment. I my self bought a $500 BenQ until UHD technology mature and lazer/LED projectors get down to $2-$3000 range. Hopefully next year.
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Best picture for an outdoor projector under $500? What about total setup (screen, projector, speakers, etc) for under $1,500?
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I still owe more than $800 on my UHD50. Sad.
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I hate that so many of the 4k PJs don't allow 3d in 1080p.

Neither the UHD50 or UHD60 do 3d.
I got the BenQ TK800 refurb direct from BenQ (they go in and out of stock) and it's super bright at 3000 lumens and 3D capable at 1080p, so great for 3D overall. $630 and one year warranty. Full disclosure, The first one I got didn't work and I had to get it exchanged, but that wasn't a problem.
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I hate that so many of the 4k PJs don't allow 3d in 1080p.

Neither the UHD50 or UHD60 do 3d.
I'm with you... we love 3D on big proyectors Smilie
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What's an inexpensive projector that handles 3D 1080P well? That will be my only use for it...
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What's an inexpensive projector that handles 3D 1080P well? That will be my only use for it...
I had the Optoma HD131Xe that worked well for this purpose. The new model is the HD143x and is $450 on Amazon. I don't know the reviews on this newer model tho.
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So it looks like the "90 Day Manufacturer Warranty + 1-year Extended Warranty" effectively = a 15 month total warranty period. Anybody have experience with the CPS protection plan extended warranty? Looks like it covers parts only and not sure if it covers the bulb or not.

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I own a UHD50 that I bought brand new and probably would have taken one of these refurbs to save the extra $200 or so. They only come with a 1 year warranty brand new anyway, and this deal includes an extended 1 year warranty. Plus you have to live with this annoying buzzing noise that all of them produce regardless of being brand new or refurb. What someone mentioned on the first page about quality control issues with these units is absolutely correct. In addition to the noise it made, mine started randomly having problems turning on within a month of purchasing it and I had to swap it out. The replacement hasn't caused me any problems yet. Still don't feel like this projector ever should have cost more than $1,000 despite the fairly decent picture and upscaled 4K.
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What's an inexpensive projector that handles 3D 1080P well? That will be my only use for it...
My Epson 2045 does fine.
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Optima S341 does it worth thinking the lamp price cost around 60-120 around internet? I was reading for Amazon than the 60dlls lamps didn't last like the genuines. Someone of u guys know about that?
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