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Optoma Refurbished Projectors w/ 1-Yr Warranty: HD143X 1080p $329, HD27HDR 1080p EXPIRED

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All refurbished projectors include a 90-day manufacturer warranty plus a 1-year extended warranty (automatically added to cart). -StrawMan86

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Any of the 4k models accept and project 120hz at 1080p?

Or do any of these 1080p models do 120hz?
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Give me a 65 baby
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No blueray no gaming system. Just hooking it up to a wireless Joey from Dish Network in my living room to watch basically sporting events maybe a movie or TV show from time to time.

Currently have a 96 inch (8foot) elite screen from 15 years ago. It's electric and still in good shape. Actually still have an InFocus 72 from about 10 years ago but it's pretty shot and colors just don't look right.

I can get my living room fairly dark with blackout curtains and shades. I will be running it thru a Marantz SR5012 for sound.

Which one of these would be my best option and should I look into a new screen or are they still made the same. Thanks
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Give me a 65 baby
What's the major feature for the 65 that the 60 doesn't have? I've been eyeing the 60 recently for my upgrade to 4K land
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No blueray no gaming system. Just hooking it up to a wireless Joey from Dish Network in my living room to watch basically sporting events maybe a movie or TV show from time to time.

Currently have a 96 inch (8foot) elite screen from 15 years ago. It's electric and still in good shape. Actually still have an InFocus 72 from about 10 years ago but it's pretty shot and colors just don't look right.

I can get my living room fairly dark with blackout curtains and shades. I will be running it thru a Marantz SR5012 for sound.

Which one of these would be my best option and should I look into a new screen or are they still made the same. Thanks

Any of these HD labeled products will do for you. Especially if you're just watching broadcast type content.
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In for a uhl55
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$1179 seems pretty steep for a refurb UHD60, feel like those were under a grand at some point on woot I believe a pretty good while back. Lot of $ for a nearly 3 year old original 4k projector today.
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The Darbee UST is absolutely an insta buy for this price if you plan on gaming from console.
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In for a UHD50. I'm a bit worried that it's refurbished but I had never seen it so low in price so I decided to buy because I saw it went from Not Available to only a few in stock.

Hopefully I don't regret this lol
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Installation footnote found during some research of the UHD60/65...no keystone correction is available. Make sure your install is a tight isosceles or this might not be the best option for you. Vertical lens shift is available which could help with some installations.
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Which one will have an adjustable picture? If I put it on a low table do I have to lower my screen more? I guess what i'm asking is does it have adjustable feet or do i just have to adjust the screen and distance?
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Any of the 4k models accept and project 120hz at 1080p?

Or do any of these 1080p models do 120hz?
I think HD27HDR does that
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Any of the 4k models accept and project 120hz at 1080p?

Or do any of these 1080p models do 120hz?
HDR27 does 1080 at 120hz for sure. Great picture quality on that one.
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