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Optoma HD143X High Performance 1080p Home Theater Projector

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Amazon.com has Optoma HD143X High Performance 1080p Home Theater Projector (3000-Lumens/2018 Model) for $399. Shipping is free. Thanks Thumbeth Note, item must be sold/shipped by Amazon
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3000 Lumens, 3D Support, Long 12000 Lamp Life, for Indoor and Outdoor Movies, Built In Speaker [3000 lumens/2018 Model].

Recent price drop and lowest recorded price on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077C5FLJF?
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Same

I dont neeed a bbq grill nor a projector....
I feel ya. When the wife has taken over every other area you want to plant your flag somewhere.
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Do you plan on selling one of them? Highly interested
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I feel ya. When the wife has taken over every other area you want to plant your flag somewhere.
Id suggest expressing this to her and working towards a compromise as not only will you be happier in your home but also within your relationship.
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Is this a decent projector? I'm currently using a Nebula Mars II that caps out at like 300 lumens - therefore it's only really good in a dark room. Would 3000 lumens make a significant difference?
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Id suggest expressing this to her and working towards a compromise as not only will you be happier in your home but also within your relationship.
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Is this a decent projector? I'm currently using a Nebula Mars II that caps out at like 300 lumens - therefore it's only really good in a dark room. Would 3000 lumens make a significant difference?
This is a very good projector for the price. . Yes it will make a diff in ur situation...
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Just a FYI, Amazon list this as last years model and that there is a newer version for $100 more and that it has a new DLP chip. However, when you go to Optoma's website it list the same DLP chip in both projectors. It does list the newer projector with a few hundred more lumina but the specs and the DLP chip are the same.
Apparently it does have a new chip:
From Projector Reviews:
Its single-chip DLP design offers full HD resolution (1920×1080) using Texas Instruments' latest 0.47″ DLP imaging chip. This chip helps to increase the light output and avoids the light-border issue of the previous-generation chip, which bothered some reviewers, though most casual users probably wouldn't notice it.
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I'm trying to hold out for a Black Friday deal. Also, I'm new to homeowner ship and trying to focus on the needs well before the wants.
Projector is need, 85" oled is want.

Hot wife is need, two hot wives is want.

Pizza is need, pizza that burns calories is want.

Tldr, it's all perspective. Just do it.
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Debating on this for movie night until 4k is more affordable, I've tried the Optoma uhd50 but wasn't impressed vs 1080p projector.
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Apparently it does have a new chip:
From Projector Reviews:
Its single-chip DLP design offers full HD resolution (1920×1080) using Texas Instruments' latest 0.47″ DLP imaging chip. This chip helps to increase the light output and avoids the light-border issue of the previous-generation chip, which bothered some reviewers, though most casual users probably wouldn't notice it.
That's good to know. I didn't like that. I had another issue with the one I tried but it was specific to me. If they fixed the border issue then I'd recommend this to anyone looking to buy a first projector. This is a killer unit for that price.
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Thanks, going to buy this and hold onto it until Black Friday and if there's no better deals I'll open it.
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Projector is tons of fun but light control is key
They say that, but in reality, light control is pretty much impossible in most homes. Without a dedicated black room, projector contrast is terrible. Frown
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Projector is need, 85" oled is want.

Hot wife is need, two hot wives is want.

Pizza is need, pizza that burns calories is want.

Tldr, it's all perspective. Just do it.
Two wives? Hot or not.. I guess you want nagging in stereo.

I would rather have a wife that can make hot pizza. Someone that is compatible with you and you want to burn calories with 15 years into the marriage.
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I've had the HD141X for about 4 years and it's awesome. Might pull the trigger just to have it if/when the 141x craps out or when the bulb burns out.
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I have the Optoma HD26 that I have barely used. Is this much better?
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