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120" Hisense 120L5F 4K UHD HDR Ultra-Short Throw Laser Projector + 120" ALR Screen EXPIRED

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BuyDig has 120" Hisense 120L5F 4K HDR Ultra-Short Throw LASER Projector + 120AFA 120" ALR Screen on sale for $2499 when you apply promo code JQK34 in your cart. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  1. Add 120" Hisense 120L5F 4K HDR Ultra-Short Throw LASER Projector + 120AFA 120" ALR Screen to your cart
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  3. Your total will be $3499.99 - $1000.99 w/ promo code = $2499 + free shipping.
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Specs:
  • Screen Size: 120"
  • X-Fusion Laser Light Source
  • 2,700 ANSI Lumens
  • 60Hz Refresh Rate
  • 4K UHD HDR Picture Quality
  • HDR 10 Compatible
  • DLP Display Technology
  • Brightness: 2,700 ANSI Lumens
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (4K HD)
  • Color Processing: 10-bit
  • 802.11ac (2x2) Wi-Fi + Bluetooth
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Out

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Right on the edge, but I would say no. What does the person that has to look at it it think?
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I bought the 100" version of this deal a few months ago and am happy to answer any questions if people have any. But to answer some questions I have seen in the past...

-The brightness is pretty great compared to other projectors. Direct sunlight on the screen will make things difficult to watch (which is true for just about every type of screen), but I use this in a room that has multiple windows and day time viewing is fine with even with plenty of ambient light. However, it looks best in a light controlled (but not totally dark) room.

-Picture quality is similar to a budget 4K TV like the TCL 4 (and comparable brightness). Colors are decent and 4K content looks nice, though HDR isn't all that great. Motion handling is just OK, but no worse than the TCL 4.

-The screen took a little over an hour to build and hang. Definitely needed another person to help, but I am not very handy and I was able to build it. Would definitely recommend looking on YouTube for screen build videos instead of just looking at the manual. Setting up the projector was fairly simple though I mismeasured by a couple centimeters when hanging the screen so the picture only fills 99% of my screen (but its not noticeable at all).

-I use it for gaming and the lag isn't an issue even when playing Warzone or other mutliplayer games. Large single player games are fantastic. I preferred playing Mass Effect: Legendary Edition on this than my 77" LG C9.

-Sports are great on it. Since they are bright, it pops even during the day time. Football on this is a lot of fun.

Overall, I am satisfied with the purchase at the price. An 100" - 120" TV for $2500 is a great deal. Nothing can compare to the size of this. And it really is a TV replacement. However, no HDMI 2.1, no real HDR, and only so-so color gamut means that videophiles may not love it. It's certainly no OLED (or even high end LED), but I have a movie theatre in my den and I didn't have to hang any projectors at at ~$2500 I don't feel any buyer's remorse.
Black level?

I sold my pricey 4K projector after witnessing the black level on an OLED. Black level seems to be the most important determinant to how my eyes rate these displays.
Compared to my 77 inch OLED the black level of those huge IMAX screens look really weak. In other words, size does not matter. Being black does. ☻︎
>my 77" LG C9
>I have a movie theater in my den

Hey, it's me your cousin!

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I bought the 100" version of this deal a few months ago and am happy to answer any questions if people have any. But to answer some questions I have seen in the past...

-The brightness is pretty great compared to other projectors. Direct sunlight on the screen will make things difficult to watch (which is true for just about every type of screen), but I use this in a room that has multiple windows and day time viewing is fine with even with plenty of ambient light. However, it looks best in a light controlled (but not totally dark) room.

-Picture quality is similar to a budget 4K TV like the TCL 4 (and comparable brightness). Colors are decent and 4K content looks nice, though HDR isn't all that great. Motion handling is just OK, but no worse than the TCL 4.

-The screen took a little over an hour to build and hang. Definitely needed another person to help, but I am not very handy and I was able to build it. Would definitely recommend looking on YouTube for screen build videos instead of just looking at the manual. Setting up the projector was fairly simple though I mismeasured by a couple centimeters when hanging the screen so the picture only fills 99% of my screen (but its not noticeable at all).

-I use it for gaming and the lag isn't an issue even when playing Warzone or other mutliplayer games. Large single player games are fantastic. I preferred playing Mass Effect: Legendary Edition on this than my 77" LG C9.

-Sports are great on it. Since they are bright, it pops even during the day time. Football on this is a lot of fun.

Overall, I am satisfied with the purchase at the price. An 100" - 120" TV for $2500 is a great deal. Nothing can compare to the size of this. And it really is a TV replacement. However, no HDMI 2.1, no real HDR, and only so-so color gamut means that videophiles may not love it. It's certainly no OLED (or even high end LED), but I have a movie theatre in my den and I didn't have to hang any projectors at at ~$2500 I don't feel any buyer's remorse.
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I have had poor luck with Hisense ensuring that the tv sound and video was in synch with their tv and a external sound bar. (two different ones) Firmware updates can take a year+. Have you had issues with that on the laser tv?
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Quote from NeatStep5157 :
I bought the 100" version of this deal a few months ago and am happy to answer any questions if people have any. But to answer some questions I have seen in the past...

-The brightness is pretty great compared to other projectors. Direct sunlight on the screen will make things difficult to watch (which is true for just about every type of screen), but I use this in a room that has multiple windows and day time viewing is fine with even with plenty of ambient light. However, it looks best in a light controlled (but not totally dark) room.

-Picture quality is similar to a budget 4K TV like the TCL 4 (and comparable brightness). Colors are decent and 4K content looks nice, though HDR isn't all that great. Motion handling is just OK, but no worse than the TCL 4.

-The screen took a little over an hour to build and hang. Definitely needed another person to help, but I am not very handy and I was able to build it. Would definitely recommend looking on YouTube for screen build videos instead of just looking at the manual. Setting up the projector was fairly simple though I mismeasured by a couple centimeters when hanging the screen so the picture only fills 99% of my screen (but its not noticeable at all).

-I use it for gaming and the lag isn't an issue even when playing Warzone or other mutliplayer games. Large single player games are fantastic. I preferred playing Mass Effect: Legendary Edition on this than my 77" LG C9.

-Sports are great on it. Since they are bright, it pops even during the day time. Football on this is a lot of fun.

Overall, I am satisfied with the purchase at the price. An 100" - 120" TV for $2500 is a great deal. Nothing can compare to the size of this. And it really is a TV replacement. However, no HDMI 2.1, no real HDR, and only so-so color gamut means that videophiles may not love it. It's certainly no OLED (or even high end LED), but I have a movie theatre in my den and I didn't have to hang any projectors at at ~$2500 I don't feel any buyer's remorse.
>my 77" LG C9
>I have a movie theater in my den

Hey, it's me your cousin!
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I have this unit and really enjoy it.
We have not hung the screen yet and I am sure the picture would go from great to amazing if we did.
I like the fact that there is nothing there when the unit is off so we will see if the screen gets used.
The processor is a bit slow at start up and I chose a Roku for streaming to speed up everything,
Overall I am very happy with this unit.
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I tried this and returned it - now with a bomaker polaris 3 laser projector. The Vava Chroma 3 laser is also just around the corner.
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Black level?

I sold my pricey 4K projector after witnessing the black level on an OLED. Black level seems to be the most important determinant to how my eyes rate these displays.
Compared to my 77 inch OLED the black level of those huge IMAX screens look really weak. In other words, size does not matter. Being black does. ☻︎
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Do you think 120" is too big for a 10' view distance?
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Do you think 120" is too big for a 10' view distance?
I'm in the same boat. I taped the 120" screen dimensions on the wall just now and felt kinda big. 100" would be perfect but buydig isn't putting it on sale and won't honor the old promos they had for $2399.
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>my 77" LG C9
>I have a movie theater in my den

Hey, it's me your cousin!
from Boston?
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How far from the wall does it need to be? Has anyone figured out a good media console to use? It looks like it has to be moved away from the wall over 10"!
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Black level?

I sold my pricey 4K projector after witnessing the black level on an OLED. Black level seems to be the most important determinant to how my eyes rate these displays.
Compared to my 77 inch OLED the black level of those huge IMAX screens look really weak. In other words, size does not matter. Being black does. ☻︎
You know the saying. Once you go black, you never go back.
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Waiting for vava chroma.
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What's the return policy. I really want a projector and don't want to deal with the whole hanging 1 behind my sofa.
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