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BenQ TK800M 3000 Lumens 4K UHD Home Theater Projector w/ HDR & HLG EXPIRED

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BenQ TK800M 3000 Lumens 4K UHD Home Theater Projector with HDR and HLG $999 + Free Shipping

BenQ/Amazon is having this deal again through the Seller Premium AV & shipped FBA. It is a great projector & a steal at this price. Super bright for living room & outdoor scenarios.

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Crap, I'd like the HT3550...but damn, this is tempting.
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Where did you buy from? I see the price for VAVA 4K around $2800
Two weeks back it was a lightning deal on amazon for 1950$
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Any idea how good this will work with Ps5?
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Hows Epson 3800 compared to this?
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I have a ht3050 1080p, how much of an upgrade is this? Is it native 4k or pixel shifting?
Pixel shift
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I chatted a while back with benq cs about the refurb. They offered me it for 850
Any specific trick to get the $50 off?
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Quote from stevedawg85 :
I have a dedicated theater room and will be 80% for movies, and 20% gaming. My budget is $1500, would spending $500 more get me more "WOW", or should I just pocket the 500 and get this thing
I have the same setup for similar ratio. I have had this one for a few years now and I have no complaints. That said if you have 500 more to spare, get the newer 850 model.
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thanks for the feedback. Im early in the home theater process right now and just want to see what the best options are. Lucky for me i have a small room that i plan on converting so that should help with expenses. Right now 85 inch tvs are fairly cheap but like you i want something in the 100-110 range which is not cheap, hence the inquiry into projectors.
I would go for the 100"-110" screen over an 80" tv. If you have a big screen get big sound as well. Not book shelves but towers...and at least a couple 18" subwoofers Smilie.
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I don't want to spark any flame wars, but I'll take a bite at your questions.

1) You're right that the darkened room is the initial critical factor for many projectors. The comparison vs lcd/led will depend on a few environmental factors, including light control, screen material, and both projection and viewing distance. Viewing position can also come into play as the reflective angles of the screen and projector need to be aligned correctly. If setup correctly, and viewed in a properly light controlled environment, IMHO you can produce the same level of detail from a projector or fixed panel display. But don't underestimate the impact on black levels of light control. Even with a darkened room and cheating via light absorbing borders (like black felt) surrounding the screen, small amounts of ambient light can really impact a projected image. On the other hand, you can't reproduce larger image sizes for anywhere near the cost of a projector, and the visceral impact of that large image (or a larger group viewing space) is a factor to consider as well. For what its worth, I love projectors, but when the price on ~106" panel with good quality and performance drops near $2k I'll buy that in a heartbeat. So far none exist, and thus I'm a projector guy.

2) This answer largely depends on your screen, your wall finish, and the projector (in that order). IMO that can only be answered by trial and error. Note that you can address it by adding DIY panels to the "risk areas" if needed.

Basis: I've used a series of projectors as my primary display for household viewing in an open-layout living room for the past 20 years. All front projection, all at ~106" diagonal, various screen materials and various types of projectors ranging from $500-$3200.
Ive used projectors on screens various sized screens for almost 20 years and wondered the same thing. If a 100" flat screen 4k tv becomes affordable would I jump ship? How would a tv on the wall look vs a screen with felt borders...would I lose that theatre feel? Then there is disposal. So much easier to dispose of a 10lb projector the size of a book back vs a 110lb large tv. Think I will stick with projectors for a while yet. Smilie
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I too have the same question
Vava was briefly sold at the price mentioned by the other user. Later the price was changed to whatever it is now. The post was deleted as well. There was a discussion around that.
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A few years old model. 850m is the replacement
i think you got it wrong.... 800 is few yr old model but this is .. this 800m
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I have this unit, and tested this against Optoma HD39HDR and Benq 2050HT. I think this is the best 4K projector available under $1,000 right now. It's a good deal. Surely you can be picky about all sorts of things like not deep enough blacks, etc., but I think this is a good entry 4K projector for anyone starting into the projector world. The image and color are stunning, and after using it, I am abandoning my LG OLED TV most of the time now. It's really good. If you want to be too picky about all those niche areas that really don't make a huge difference, pay more $$$ then :-)

The other thing to consider between 800M and 810 or 850 is the throw distance. In my setup, 800M works the best for my room's distance.
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Benq HT2050 owner since 2016 - those considering a projector, highly recommend it! You'll definitely want to do your research on the right projector for your space - lighting and throw distance will be important. Lots of options out there depending on your needs and desires.

As previous comments mentioned, if you consider a benq you can talk with a rep and they'll provide the best deal available that includes a warranty.
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I have a Benq 1080ST installed.. i need a short throw. did Benq ever make a successor to that in a Faux 4K version (Pixel Shift) ?
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I upgraded to one of these from a 1080p Ben q last year. I brought over several of my professional AV buddies to see what they thought of the 4k content. Everyone seemed to be in agreement that the pixel shifting is not a perceptible issue. I feel like the folks who get hung up on pixel shifting have never actually tested one of these, nor do they get the basic value proposition behind these entry level models. They deliver an awesome detailed image for the price.
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