Optoma UHD60 4K UHD Projector
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Friday, Jun 01 to Wednesday, Jun 06) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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- Price tag… $1,300 (ouch)
- No Displayport, but there are Displayport to HDMI adapters out there. Make sure you get an active adapter, as the passive ones only goes up to 1080p.
According to Amazon, the bulb replacement is $80.
(sigh) This looks like a really good projector for home theater or fixed environment. As a portable projector, I’ll pass. I’ve found that a 1080p projector works better for me.
Yikes 300 dollar savings over new and you lose 21 months of factory warranty, I think not.
The Woot warranties are often 90 day. In my mind, there is just not enough savings with the limited warranty. Might as well buy new. It’s the same on many of their TVS.
Where are you finding this for $1599? I’m seeing $1799 everywhere. So a savings of $500, not $300.
On 5/25 it was $1553.21 on the mothership. Back up to $1798.98 now. Set up a price watch at camelcamelcamel.
Not surprised to see refurbished models of this projector. I bought this exact model brand new and have already had to send two of them back for warranty repair all within a span of 6 months.
I use my projector about 4 hours per day so I guess that is sort of heavy but my Optima HD141x I had for 4 years and never had a single issue aside from having to replace the bulb once.
First issue was the DLP position sensor went bad so the projector didn’t know where the color wheel was so it flickered wildly. The second issue I had was the DLP chip developed “dead pixels” (stuck mirrors).
I am on my third one and I will say Optima support has been fantastic but with only a 90 day warranty from woot I would pass.
[MOD: It’s an Optima warranty, not woot. :)]
while it says “4k” look at the specs:
Video Compatibility: 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p(50/60Hz), 1080i(50/60Hz), 1080p(24/50/60Hz), 2160p(24/50/60Hz)
If you can’t input “true” 4k, how can you project “true” 4k?
I believe that to mean that it doesn’t accept 4k input (which can be tricky I suppose)
2160p is video 4k
Damn, this is awesome!
Tonight must be the Sansa’s?
Anything with an RCA jack and a cord!