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

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B&H Photo Video has BenQ TK800M 3000 Lumens 4K UHD Home Theater Projector w/ HDR & HLG on sale for $949. Shipping is free.

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Best Buy has BenQ TK800M 3000 Lumens 4K UHD Home Theater Projector w/ HDR & HLG on sale for $949. Shipping is free.

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  • True 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) 8.3M Pixel resolution
  • Vivid Colors and High Brightness for Living Room Ambient Light
  • Dedicated Modes for Football & Sports Enjoyment for Sports Fans
  • 3000 Lumens
  • HDR: HDR10, HLG
  • 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty

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eb50 asked this question on 06-07-2021 at 10:05 AM
06-07-2021 at 10:05 AM
The 850 and the 800m have the same TI DMD chip but the 850 has a dynamic iris which will help with dark scene contrast. The 800m also doesn't have lens shift so placement is harder.

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Here are my 2 cents for this projector.,

For a dedicated, light-controlled room, you don't want this projector. The TK80OM and TK850M are intended for multi-use rooms with significant ambient light. They had a white segment to the color wheel (RGBW) to increase white lumens, which sacrifices color lumens, color accuracy, and contrast. It's a good projector for a living room, but not for a dedicated theater.

The HT3550 is a much better choice for a dedicated theater. I would definitely think it's worth the extra, and you can get a refurb with a full warranty from benqdirect for $1199. It adds more lens shift and ZOom, excellent factory-calibrated color accuracy, a dynamic iris for scene-by-scene dynamic brightness and contrast, and 18GBPS HDMI for 4K 60fps HDR. It is a very large improvement for the price difference.
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We're sorry, something went wrong.

Correct link is:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/benq...Id=6343809
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Quote from DonCzarny :
We're sorry, something went wrong.

Correct link is:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/benq...Id=6343809

Fixed, thanks
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Seems like Amazon has same price too, for those with prime reward card to get 5% back

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07NX...UTF8&psc=1
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Has someone found a good comparison video of the 850 vs 800m?

based on specs, the 850 is an upgrade
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Absolute bargain at this price.
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Here are my 2 cents for this projector.,

For a dedicated, light-controlled room, you don't want this projector. The TK80OM and TK850M are intended for multi-use rooms with significant ambient light. They had a white segment to the color wheel (RGBW) to increase white lumens, which sacrifices color lumens, color accuracy, and contrast. It's a good projector for a living room, but not for a dedicated theater.

The HT3550 is a much better choice for a dedicated theater. I would definitely think it's worth the extra, and you can get a refurb with a full warranty from benqdirect for $1199. It adds more lens shift and ZOom, excellent factory-calibrated color accuracy, a dynamic iris for scene-by-scene dynamic brightness and contrast, and 18GBPS HDMI for 4K 60fps HDR. It is a very large improvement for the price difference.
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Projector noob here. How would this perform outside? Obviously I wouldn't leave it outside at all times but when it's not pitch black outside will it still be bright enough for viewing?
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Too expensive still 😑
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Too expensive still 😑
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Good for outdoors?
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Quote from spartain007 :
Here are my 2 cents for this projector.,

For a dedicated, light-controlled room, you don't want this projector. The TK80OM and TK850M are intended for multi-use rooms with significant ambient light. They had a white segment to the color wheel (RGBW) to increase white lumens, which sacrifices color lumens, color accuracy, and contrast. It's a good projector for a living room, but not for a dedicated theater.

The HT3550 is a much better choice for a dedicated theater. I would definitely think it's worth the extra, and you can get a refurb with a full warranty from benqdirect for $1199. It adds more lens shift and ZOom, excellent factory-calibrated color accuracy, a dynamic iris for scene-by-scene dynamic brightness and contrast, and 18GBPS HDMI for 4K 60fps HDR. It is a very large improvement for the price difference.
Thanks for this, very helpful.
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I have HT1075 that I have been reluctant to spend money on upgrading because how happy that I have been with. 2 questions for everyone - 1. How big of a jump in performance is this compared to what I have? 2. How does the TK800 compare to the best projector under $2k?
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