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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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BenQ or Epson, lots of my friends asked me to go with Epson.
To be Honest I am currently using 1080P refurb BenQ projector and setting my new house home theater and wanted to upgrade to 4K.
My previous Epson after first bulb changed started giving me issues, but BenQ is real solid even the refurb unit.
Since the max I spent previously was $450 or so, spending $1000 on this without getting real input about Epson is what I am wary off.
So any suggestion, is this good deal should I wait for BF for Epson or this one to go down further.
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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
Definitely not this one.
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I have their desk lamp and it's pretty good. Don't like the plug attachment but otherwise an attractive and practical light
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Major rainbow effect present from this projector. It actually doesn't bother me, but you should know that it's an issue (despite what projectorcentral says).

Besides that, I really like the projector for the price. I paid about the same in August.

I game (FPS and other genres) and watch movies. When I can see the individual pores on an actor's face while watching a 4k stream, I know I made the right decision. If you are a professional gamer or tryhard, don't get this projector. Otherwise, it will probably serve you just fine as a gaming display.
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Major rainbow effect present from this projector. It actually doesn't bother me, but you should know that it's an issue (despite what projectorcentral says).
Thanks for this comment. Am looking for an upgrade from my Optoma 1080p where the color wheel/rainbow effect drives me nuts. Looks like this is not it.
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This item on Amazon is sold by third party seller. B&H Photo Video has this item for the same price and is an authorized Benq dealer. Not sure how the return policy works with BHPhotoVideo though. Any recommendations on one vs the other please?

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...3VEALw_wcB
B&H is awesome to work with. I've been a customer of theirs for years and any time something has needed to be returned, which was very rarely, customer service was excellent.
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Pixel shift
I thought it was not pixel shift. https://www.projectorcentral.com/BenQ-TK800M.htm "True 4K UHD 8.3M Pixel Resolution"
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I thought it was not pixel shift. https://www.projectorcentral.com/BenQ-TK800M.htm "True 4K UHD 8.3M Pixel Resolution"
Pixel shifting gives you 8.3m pixels. It is not native. The cheapest native 4k will be 5k and up. I believe the entry level sony. Personally I'm fine with pixel shifting since processing will get you the 4k image. You have to think about other factors like contrast, black levels, color, and etc. I like the Epson 5050ub line for the other factors. It will be a very good experience in a dedicated light controlled room.
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I thought it was not pixel shift. https://www.projectorcentral.com/BenQ-TK800M.htm "True 4K UHD 8.3M Pixel Resolution"
https://www.projectorreviews.com/...orts-fans/
This will give you a better review and explain the pixel shifting technology used in the BenQ
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Sorry for the question, haven't looked at projectors in a while... is this LCD or DLP technology? Or something new?
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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 doubt $500 is going to get you wow. I've been through three different projectors(720p, 1080i, and 4k) in the last 15 years and the wow is that you have a screen that is 8 feet wide. Being able to get the room dark is the key to a good picture and most people couldn't tell the difference between my 1080i and 4k projector. Now my 4k LG OLED gets a lot of comments on how great the picture looks.
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How's this compared to the Optoma UHD50X True 4K projector? I do lots of gaming and will prefer very low input lag.
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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) ?
I have the same projector and need a short throw also. Anyone have experience with a 4k short throw budget level projector? Are there any options?
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If your into 3-D as mentioned earlier the 850 version is a step up but gives a significant pop to 3-D, outside of that nope you really wont find any projector that will give you a significant difference for an extra $500. The 850 normally is around $1500 but has been on sale for a few hundred less if you want to wait.



When it comes to quality there are projectors that are comparable to OLED, but they are extremely expensive, but yes they do exist. As for in a light controlled room you can get pretty close, and the size of the screen clearly overshadows and provides a more impressive image compared to a 70"/80" TV. My older 1080p projector 120" screen is more impressive than any of my friends 60"-70" 4K LED/OLED setups. I always get the wow comments when I play high end HD content, waiting patently for a very solid 4K projector that suits all my needs, probably sometime next year.

Light bleed is not very common anymore as the lens themselves are extremely elegant compared to the old large bulky lenses that older projectors used to use. So for the most part its a problem that really does not exist anymore, at max you will get a light border of only a few inches, if any with some projectors. You can literally have it right against a wall surrounded on all sides and it should not be a problem. Having a proper screen also helps make problems like that obsolete.
Same boat! I have a 106" screen with an older Epson 2045 1080P projector and I find it to be far more stunning than any tv. Patiently waiting for the right 4k projector for an upgrade...I may stalk you and see when you buy =)
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What would yall recommend for a budget of $1500-$2000? Movies, no games, and netflix mostly.

Ive been comparing the Epson LS100 for its contrast, BenQ HT3550, and the BenQ TK850...any experience would be appreciated.
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