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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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If this comes with Roku or Google Chromecast integrated, it would be great. Cables just sound like last gen tech. We need wireless, of course probably not in this price range. but I would pay $100 more for convenience.
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If this comes with Roku or Google Chromecast integrated, it would be great. Cables just sound like last gen tech. We need wireless, of course probably not in this price range. but I would pay $100 more for convenience.
Just pickup that separately (roku/google chromecast/firestick) and HDMI wireless kit if you dont want to run the cables. You'd still need outlet nearby for power.
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Anybody knows how much is the replacement bulb for this?
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Is it worth waiting till Black Friday or is there a similar deal or better to be expected

This might be my first projector
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Anybody knows how much is the replacement bulb for this?
$89

https://www.projectorcentral.com/...review.htm
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This or the BenQ HT2050.
The BenQ has a very expensive lamp.
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have a Optoma 143x. Waiting for a good deal on probably a UHD50 or 51. By that time there may be 120" LED's though for cheaper.. Frown
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I have the 142x and love it and would buy another in a heartbeat. It's obviously not as bright as a regular screen, but last time I checked a regular 105 inch TV that does 3D was out of my price range... Everyone's situations and expectations are different though.
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How well would this work in home theater room that's nothing more then a converted bed room? Also anyone a good link to help hide cable that would bee to ran?
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if this burned out.. being a $400 projector.. would anyone here replace the bulb or just upgrade. Just planning out the future.. as I've used the 143x for about half a year as a refurb. This is for a dedicated theory room and I really wanted to see how I felt about a 120" projector vs. LED. Aftering mounting into ceiling, buying/mounting a screen etc.. Probably gonna stick w/ it. Currently I only really gripe about the fan sound, wish colors were a little more vivid, and the swapping between signals is really slow. Still worth $400 .. but eventually have to upgrade to some a little more serious.
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Is this good for a classroom?
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Had this for about a week. Both my wife and I saw rainbows. It wasn't awful, but enough to annoy us. I waited for a decent deal on Epson's 2100 ($450, I think it was). It's wonderful. Light controlled room. 120" screen.

I'd say the Optoma has deeper blacks (at the expense of dark detail), and is a bit quieter. The Epson is nice for brightness and color.
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Is this good for a classroom?
A classroom deserves something brighter. Epson 760hd is a good and cheaper choice. 1060hd if you need 1080p resolution.
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I havent looked at this in detail but if I were buying i would make sure it has horizontal and vertical lens shift. Digital can keystone degrades the pic if pushed too far.
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Honestly I'm waiting for another BenQ coupon to upgrade to 4k. I already have an Epson 1080ub and 2405.
I've currently got an old 1080ub, which I believe puts out 1200 lumens. Looks like your 2405 puts out 2200 lumens. How much difference is there between the two? I'm looking to upgrade to something more modern with a brighter picture (like this Optoma) but I'm unsure if it's worth the money right now.
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