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Use code HOORAY to save $280 on both white and black versions of VAVA's 4K ultra-short throw laser projector w/ smart TV.

Discount is also available on Amazon [amazon.com] for white variant only. NLA
  • Cast a 100" sized image from only 7. 2" away from the wall
  • 150'' Ultra Large Projection: easily adjust projection between 80"-150"
  • 4K UHD with HDR10 adopted: sharply display every detail in your games, images, and movies
  • Laser Light Source: industrial grade 25, 000 hour lamp life, enjoy the projector up to 4 hours a day for 17 years
  • Integrated Harman Kardon Soundbar: high-fidelity sound with 60W of power, dts-HD, and Dolby Audio
  • Android 7.1 smart tv system
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They have pretty regularly had a $50 coupon on Amazon. If this has not been price adjusted to accommodate for the sale, this is a great discount. If you have been looking into getting a ultra short throw laser projector, this is a great option. The technology is still relatively in it's infancy and if you choose to be an early adopter, you shouldn't be disappointed. Just don't be surprised as more and more of these are released in the next few years and prices drop much lower than they are now. I really think this is going to be the future of home theater projectors becoming more mainstream. I've had my eyes on this model for a while but I'm waiting for the prices to drop on these types of projectors before making the big change from my Epson 6030ub. If you are unfamiliar with the technology, make sure to do your research before pulling the trigger. A good screen can make or break any projector experience but for ultra short throw projectors, they are even more crucial and there is a significant cost added on for the types of screens that will really make this projector standout.
Here is a video from a great reviewer who discusses this projector: https://youtu.be/Cr6PRqjGtz0
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What brands of ALR screens do folks recommend?
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Boo, no 3d.
Are there any laser 3d projectors?
Are you doing a lot of 3D at home? I thought it was kind of dying out?
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Are you doing a lot of 3D at home? I thought it was kind of dying out?
Yup, kids and I love it. Wanting to upgrade the projector to a 4k. Probably get the ht3550, but still looking for a good deal on a 4k 3d capable projector.
3d dying in the USA, but still strong in europe.
endgame 3d is great, just wish it was atmos!
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What brands of ALR screens do folks recommend?
I'm currently using a Viewsonic BCP120 (re-branded DNP Supernova STW) with an Epson Ls100 (Non 4K) which to my eye looks fantastic. I use it in a non light controlled room where the entire wall on one side has windows. It does struggle a bit in dark scenes, but for the most part I'm pretty happy as the primary use is for a TV replacement. There is a pretty great motorized floor rising model by Vividstorm which can be placed on a credenza if it is deep and wide enough. Just make sure the screen you get is not a standard ALR screen as those are different from UST ALR. I would also stay away from non tab tensioned pull down screens as even minor waviness or imperfections are greatly magnified by UST projectors.
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4hours a day? Try like 14 hrs
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I'm currently using a Viewsonic BCP120 (re-branded DNP Supernova STW) with an Epson Ls100 (Non 4K) which to my eye looks fantastic. I use it in a non light controlled room where the entire wall on one side has windows. It does struggle a bit in dark scenes, but for the most part I'm pretty happy as the primary use is for a TV replacement. There is a pretty great motorized floor rising model by Vividstorm which can be placed on a credenza if it is deep and wide enough. Just make sure the screen you get is not a standard ALR screen as those are different from UST ALR. I would also stay away from non tab tensioned pull down screens as even minor waviness or imperfections are greatly magnified by UST projectors.
I have the exact same projector and screen combo
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4hours a day? Try like 14 hrs
365*17*4 = About 4 hours a day if you want it to last 17 years.
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4hours a day? Try like 14 hrs
So, 5 years at 14 hrs/day.
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Nobody talks how loud these projectors are. Say, TVs are dead silent when on. But projectors produce heat. And it seems the smaller boxes they are fitted in, less heat they can dissipate and require a serious active cooling. The fans kill the experience. It is like having an angry bee while watching something immersive.

Myself, I hated the experience and now rather pay for a big screen tv than to have a projector. TVs don't ruin the immersion.
I think it also HEAVILY depends on what KIND of projector it is. Laser projectors would be near silent I'm guessing, while lamp based projectors have lots of fan noise to cool the lamp.

Source: Own an Epson 5040UBE.
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Nobody talks how loud these projectors are. Say, TVs are dead silent when on. But projectors produce heat. And it seems the smaller boxes they are fitted in, less heat they can dissipate and require a serious active cooling. The fans kill the experience. It is like having an angry bee while watching something immersive.

Myself, I hated the experience and now rather pay for a big screen tv than to have a projector. TVs don't ruin the immersion.
I have this projector and the fan is super quiet most of the time. rarely noticed by most people my AC running in the house is louder.
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