xnxxnone Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | Laser and 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works with Alexa and Google. gifts for children
xnxxnone Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | Laser and 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works with Alexa and Google. gifts for children
xnxxnone Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | Laser and 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works with Alexa and Google. gifts for children
xnxxnone Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | Laser and 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works with Alexa and Google. gifts for children
xnxxnone Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | Laser and 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works with Alexa and Google. gifts for children
xnxxnone Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | Laser and 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works with Alexa and Google. gifts for children

xnxxnone Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | Laser and 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works with Alexa and Google. gifts for children

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      These xnxxnone are just a few of xnxxnone the xnxxnone issues:1.The front xnxxnone grill is covered xnxxnone in the same grey xnxxnone cloth as a xnxxnone google mini. I xnxxnone don't know about you, but xnxxnone my family hates google products. We xnxxnone are always xnxxnone screaming at the xnxxnone devices because they don't ever work right. Google is a dirty word in xnxxnone my xnxxnone house - so why make an Optoma product that looks xnxxnone exactly like a Google product2.) The xnxxnone remote is black and xnxxnone the xnxxnone buttons are backlit. The problem with xnxxnone that is you have to press a button, xnxxnone any button to get the light to come on so you can see what you are pressing. xnxxnone but guess what you xnxxnone just pressed a mystery button to get it to simply turn on. Now you have to xnxxnone figure out what you pressed and correct it. xnxxnone The buttons xnxxnone are a xnxxnone circle with semi xnxxnone circles around it An up xnxxnone arrow next xnxxnone to what xnxxnone looks like an computer mouse! 3 vertical dots next xnxxnone to a crosshair xnxxnone symbol What do any of these xnxxnone buttons do xnxxnone Pictionary xnxxnone or charades xnxxnone would be better at this point3.) Out of sync video and sound. The projector offers a measly 1ms correction in either direction. REALLY xnxxnone OPTOMA REALLY4.) The auto xnxxnone focus app you can use on your phone Never xnxxnone worked xnxxnone and never xnxxnone will. Apparently the app has NEVER xnxxnone WORKED. And Optoma doesn't care! google it. That means you will xnxxnone have a horrible time getting the geometry xnxxnone or focus xnxxnone correct. Believe me...It is a miserable affair. worse xnxxnone if your screen is not SPOT ON FLAT. bump the projector while xnxxnone adjusting and xnxxnone you may xnxxnone as xnxxnone well xnxxnone just xnxxnone start over.5.) THE WORST PROBLEM OF ALL - xnxxnone A xnxxnone firmware update xnxxnone jumps in and will brick your xnxxnone $3900 xnxxnone investment. A warning message xnxxnone tells you xnxxnone you will xnxxnone have to xnxxnone reset DDPs and xnxxnone MCU's. !!!!! WHAT ARE THOSE worse you have to perform a factory reset xnxxnone once xnxxnone done, Forcing xnxxnone you through the miserable problem of geometry and focus, calibration, settings, etc...So am I supposed to remember xnxxnone everything and all the xnxxnone settings or xnxxnone should xnxxnone I go through the menu and xnxxnone write them xnxxnone down 1 xnxxnone by 1 Now this firmware update does xnxxnone give you the xnxxnone option to wait and xnxxnone do it xnxxnone later......BUT IT DOES xnxxnone NOT WORK EITHER!!!Choose the xnxxnone back option and xnxxnone your xnxxnone projector turns into a brick with a black screen. There is no way around this xnxxnone issue until you turn xnxxnone off the xnxxnone projector xnxxnone a xnxxnone dozen xnxxnone times and hope xnxxnone the firmware screen doesn't come back. Imagine how embarrassed xnxxnone you will be if about to give a sales presentation or just show xnxxnone off to friends xnxxnone and xnxxnone IT DOES NOT WORK!!! EVEN WORSE --- xnxxnone Google peoples xnxxnone reactions when they xnxxnone DO decide to xnxxnone update and xnxxnone it breaks their machine. THIS xnxxnone IS REAL! That means a replacement or work order....possibly weeks xnxxnone without your machine.6.) I have owned three separate Optoma projectors over the last decade. xnxxnone In every single one xnxxnone I have had to replace the xnxxnone color wheel. Multiple times!!!! That means taking apart your machine tiny screw by tiny screw to xnxxnone replace something that WILL EVENTUALLY FAIL BECAUSE xnxxnone IT HAS BEARINGS AND SPINS. xnxxnone No matter how good you xnxxnone clean or dust - it xnxxnone WILL fail. How much longer do I have before this $3900 projector fails xnxxnone I know it xnxxnone will happen from past experience.I am a legitimate Amazon customer with over a decade of purchases and reviews. I am not an influencer or paid by a magazine or Optoma competitor. Again, this is my third xnxxnone Optoma projector I have owned in 10 years. xnxxnone I xnxxnone seriously believed that buying a more expensive projector from xnxxnone Optoma would xnxxnone solve these problems. NOPE!!!Read xnxxnone the reviews online and they will gush xnxxnone about xnxxnone this projector like xnxxnone it is the second coming xnxxnone of Christ. BECAUSE THEY ARE PAID!!!!The truth is written above, by a REAL customer.REALLY DISSAPOINTED!UPDATE: While I was writing this- xnxxnone Optoma upper level customer support called me xnxxnone back. They xnxxnone were xnxxnone professional xnxxnone and listened to xnxxnone my problems. BUT - My options are to continue on with the firmware update and hope it works, or continue xnxxnone ignoring firmware update xnxxnone and hope xnxxnone machine restarts OR return xnxxnone my projector to be refurbished (5-7 xnxxnone days average turn around - could xnxxnone be longer - there is xnxxnone a pandemic, worker xnxxnone shortage and parts supply shortage) xnxxnone OR xnxxnone they xnxxnone may simply replace my xnxxnone NEW projector xnxxnone with xnxxnone a previously owned USED refurbished one.GREAT!!!It's YOUR decision....VOICE ASSISTANT COMPATIBLE: With the Alexa xnxxnone smart home xnxxnone and custom skills xnxxnone or xnxxnone Google Action, control xnxxnone your CinemaX xnxxnone P2 xnxxnone projector xnxxnone with xnxxnone intuitive voice xnxxnone control using xnxxnone Amazon Echo and Google Home devicesPREMIUM SOUNDBAR BUILT IN: An xnxxnone integrated xnxxnone 40W soundbar produces xnxxnone detailed sound with superior dialogue clarity; the combination xnxxnone of two full-range drivers and two woofers deliver smooth mid-range frequencies, crystal-clear xnxxnone vocals and deep bassULTRA-SHORT xnxxnone THROW: The CinemaX P2s space-saving, ultra-short throw design xnxxnone provides convenient placement for a huge xnxxnone screen experience C up to 120" image xnxxnone from only inches awayI xnxxnone bought this when it was on sale for under $3k, xnxxnone so the few xnxxnone issues I have with it are not show stoppers. It's a major upgrade from my old Mitsubishi 73" DLP xnxxnone HDTV, as I paired xnxxnone this with an Akia xnxxnone 103" xnxxnone screen, and it is fantastic! For the layout of my house where xnxxnone I xnxxnone cannot have a dedicated home theater room, these new UST projectors is just xnxxnone the technology I needed.The few small xnxxnone issues that xnxxnone keep me xnxxnone from giving xnxxnone this xnxxnone a xnxxnone full 5 stars:1. xnxxnone Only xnxxnone 3 HDMI inputs (old tv had 4)2. No mute xnxxnone button xnxxnone on xnxxnone the xnxxnone remote3. Smartfit xnxxnone App didn't xnxxnone work xnxxnone for me4. Built-in media player doesn't support DTS audio, only xnxxnone AC35. xnxxnone Network streaming is xnxxnone glitchy/hit-or-miss6. Remote lacks button for quick input xnxxnone switchingAfter using it xnxxnone for about a xnxxnone couple of xnxxnone weeks, xnxxnone these issues are all that really annoyed me enough to point out in this review.The pros:1. Super bright picture xnxxnone (careful xnxxnone not xnxxnone to look into xnxxnone it while xnxxnone tinkering with cabling in xnxxnone the back!)2. xnxxnone Manual adjustment when xnxxnone Smartfit didn't work was xnxxnone actually not too bad, just have to be patient. I xnxxnone recommend physically adjusting it xnxxnone first as much as possible (adjusting xnxxnone feet height, horizontal xnxxnone position from screen) before going into the geometric adjustment menu3. Built-in media player smoothly plays xnxxnone from xnxxnone the xnxxnone USB port, including 4K movies, but xnxxnone again, only AC3 audio4. Built-in speakers xnxxnone for normal TV viewing sound goodI xnxxnone picked this projector over others that are well reviewed mainly because Optoma is xnxxnone a well xnxxnone known brand xnxxnone in the home theater projector xnxxnone market for a long time. xnxxnone Hopefully it was the xnxxnone right xnxxnone choice and will last a long xnxxnone time.EASY IMAGE SETUP: Using xnxxnone Optomas SmartFIT xnxxnone app, ensure easy place and play using xnxxnone your xnxxnone smartphone; the auto geometry xnxxnone correction system xnxxnone allows hassle-free image alignment; auto focus enables xnxxnone simple setupIFTTT SUPPORT: Seamless connectivity with thousands of xnxxnone other smart devices; for xnxxnone example, the CinemaX P2 can be programmed xnxxnone to xnxxnone mute when your smart doorbell xnxxnone ringsBRIGHT, RELIABLE LASER: xnxxnone Laser technology xnxxnone delivers outstanding xnxxnone brightness xnxxnone up to 30,000 xnxxnone hours of light xnxxnone source life that maintains stunning image xnxxnone quality throughout its lifespan; 3,000 lumens of xnxxnone brightness enable lights-on xnxxnone viewing xnxxnone in a variety of rooms, any time of day. Zoom Type: xnxxnone FixedI xnxxnone am xnxxnone coming from a BenQ HT2050, which xnxxnone is a xnxxnone $700 1080p xnxxnone lamp xnxxnone projector with moderate brightness. I xnxxnone also use a tab-tensioned, motorized screen that is NOT ambient xnxxnone light rejecting, but works great with the xnxxnone BenQ in xnxxnone lower ambient light. xnxxnone I also xnxxnone work in Film/TV so my xnxxnone eye is pretty picky and well trained.First, the big xnxxnone elephant in the room that I xnxxnone think xnxxnone will impact your buying xnxxnone choice xnxxnone more xnxxnone than any opinions xnxxnone about image quality, brightness etc, is xnxxnone the flaw that caused me to xnxxnone send this xnxxnone projector back to Amazon - because these laser-based UST projectors are xnxxnone firing xnxxnone from directly below, they xnxxnone will DRAMATICALLY accentuate every single flaw in your xnxxnone screen (or xnxxnone wall). As mentioned xnxxnone above I have a $600 tab-tensioned screen. It's not the best screen on the market, xnxxnone but it is quite taut xnxxnone and the xnxxnone image is xnxxnone completely distortion-free when xnxxnone using a standard front-firing projector. With the CinemaX P2, the image looked wildly distorted and wavy xnxxnone on xnxxnone the xnxxnone outermost xnxxnone 6-10" of the left and right sides of my screen. This xnxxnone projector also xnxxnone managed to pull out strange fold lines across the xnxxnone width of the screen and other xnxxnone flaws that you literally cannot see with xnxxnone the xnxxnone naked eye xnxxnone unless xnxxnone you xnxxnone have the xnxxnone upward-cast lighting highlighting those details. Needless xnxxnone to say this is xnxxnone not a flaw with this particular projector, but rather a xnxxnone major concern for UST projectors in general - unless you have xnxxnone an absolutely PERFECT screen, xnxxnone ideally a flat, xnxxnone permanent, wall mounted, tensioned screen, the xnxxnone experience will suffer greatly. xnxxnone Roll-up screens and projecting on walls that aren't perfectly xnxxnone smooth AND even are probably a complete non-starter xnxxnone for USTs. You have been warned!As xnxxnone for my impressions of the projector overall:- xnxxnone the improvement xnxxnone in brightness/contrast vs my HT2050 was xnxxnone merely okay, especially considering xnxxnone it is rated at xnxxnone 3,000 lumens vs the 2200 xnxxnone of xnxxnone the BenQ.- xnxxnone The improvement to perceived image quality going to 4k xnxxnone was not anywhere near as dramatic xnxxnone as I had xnxxnone hoped. When watching demo videos via Blu Ray designed xnxxnone to xnxxnone showcase the xnxxnone beauty of xnxxnone 4k, the image quality xnxxnone was maybe 20% better xnxxnone than what my HT2050 could offer despite being 1080p. I'm not sure why this xnxxnone is, perhaps xnxxnone it is because the CinemaX P2 xnxxnone uses pixel-shifting and therefore is NOT "true" 4k despite claims to the contrary that xnxxnone persist.- Focusing to get the middle of the screen perfectly sharp leaves the upper corners a little blurry, probably xnxxnone a xnxxnone result of the physics of trying to project a square image onto xnxxnone a wall from directly xnxxnone below.- This projector xnxxnone is really big. xnxxnone It will stick out several xnxxnone feet from xnxxnone the wall xnxxnone and must be at least a foot below the bottom of your screen xnxxnone in order to xnxxnone get a 100" or larger image. You can either xnxxnone try to place the projector the exact correct distance, which is tough, or you can use xnxxnone its xnxxnone built-in xnxxnone software xnxxnone to adjust the image alignment on the screen, xnxxnone but this adjustment will go xnxxnone away if you try xnxxnone to use the projector's game mode to improve latency.- As mentioned above xnxxnone this projector is really xnxxnone big, and a major part of xnxxnone that (and no doubt a few hundred dollars of the price) is consumed by the xnxxnone front speakers. I think the vast xnxxnone majority of people spending $3k on a xnxxnone projector have a sound system in place, making xnxxnone this a total waste xnxxnone of resources xnxxnone all around. This would be much less of a concern if the xnxxnone built-in speaker could be xnxxnone used as the xnxxnone center channel in your surround system.Overall, I felt that these minor improvements were not worth paying xnxxnone 4X xnxxnone the xnxxnone price xnxxnone for, especially once I xnxxnone realized xnxxnone that I would absolutely HAVE to spend another few grand on a xnxxnone better screen just to get back to xnxxnone the same xnxxnone viewing xnxxnone experience I was currently getting with a $700 xnxxnone projector. If xnxxnone you have (or are willing to buy) a light rejecting screen you will xnxxnone almost certainly get xnxxnone better performance, but that xnxxnone will add another several thousand dollars xnxxnone on top of the already high price of this projector.GAMING MODE: By xnxxnone bypassing the image processing and motion compensation xnxxnone engine, xnxxnone the CinemaX P2 provides a pure, xnxxnone direct path from the xnxxnone video source to the projection screen for more responsive gameplay4K UHD plus HDR10: Enjoy a high-quality, cinematic home theater experience with 4K Ultra HD, xnxxnone HDR10 technology and an incredible 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio6-SEGMENT COLOR xnxxnone WHEEL: Experience xnxxnone richer xnxxnone colors and enhanced brightness with xnxxnone the six-segment color wheel; xnxxnone The RGBRGB color wheel xnxxnone brings accurate xnxxnone cinematic color to your home, reproducing movies, xnxxnone TV and games the xnxxnone way xnxxnone the director envisioned itPEACE xnxxnone OF MIND: The CinemaX P2 includes a xnxxnone 2-year parts xnxxnone and labor limited protection on the projector and a 5-year xnxxnone or 12,000 xnxxnone hour light source protection (whichever comes xnxxnone first)Very good value at current price. xnxxnone Easily beat the newer LG xnxxnone HU 715Q for xnxxnone brightness and picture quality out of the box. Colors are xnxxnone not as xnxxnone vibrant as xnxxnone the BeNq 7050i.


      Optoma CinemaX P2 White Smart 4K UHD Laser Projector for Home Theater | 3000 Lumens Superior Image with Laser & 6-Segment Color Wheel | Ultra-Short Throw | Built-in Soundbar | Works w/ Alexa & Google4K UHD plus HDR10: Enjoy a high-quality, cinematic home theater experience with 4K xnxxnone Ultra HD, HDR10 technology xnxxnone and an incredible xnxxnone 2,000,000:1 contrast xnxxnone ratio6-SEGMENT COLOR xnxxnone WHEEL: Experience xnxxnone richer colors and enhanced brightness with the xnxxnone six-segment xnxxnone color xnxxnone wheel; The RGBRGB color xnxxnone wheel xnxxnone brings accurate cinematic color to xnxxnone your home, reproducing movies, TV and games the way the director envisioned itBRIGHT, xnxxnone RELIABLE xnxxnone LASER: Laser xnxxnone technology delivers outstanding brightness up to 30,000 hours of light xnxxnone source life that maintains xnxxnone stunning image quality throughout its lifespan; 3,000 lumens of brightness xnxxnone enable xnxxnone lights-on xnxxnone viewing in a variety of rooms, any time of day. Zoom Type: FixedULTRA-SHORT THROW: The CinemaX P2s space-saving, ultra-short xnxxnone throw design provides convenient placement for xnxxnone a huge screen experience C up to 120" image from only inches awayEASY xnxxnone IMAGE SETUP: xnxxnone Using Optomas SmartFIT xnxxnone app, xnxxnone ensure easy place and play using your smartphone; the xnxxnone auto geometry correction system allows xnxxnone hassle-free image alignment; xnxxnone auto focus enables simple setupVOICE xnxxnone ASSISTANT COMPATIBLE: With the Alexa xnxxnone smart home and custom skills or xnxxnone Google xnxxnone Action, control your CinemaX P2 xnxxnone projector xnxxnone with xnxxnone intuitive voice control using xnxxnone Amazon Echo and Google Home devicesIFTTT xnxxnone SUPPORT: Seamless connectivity with xnxxnone thousands of other xnxxnone smart devices; for example, the CinemaX P2 can be programmed to mute when your smart doorbell ringsPREMIUM SOUNDBAR BUILT IN: xnxxnone An integrated 40W soundbar produces detailed sound with xnxxnone superior dialogue clarity; the combination of xnxxnone two full-range xnxxnone drivers and xnxxnone two woofers deliver xnxxnone smooth mid-range frequencies, xnxxnone crystal-clear xnxxnone vocals and deep xnxxnone bassGAMING MODE: By bypassing xnxxnone the image processing and motion compensation xnxxnone engine, the xnxxnone CinemaX P2 provides a pure, direct path from the video source to the projection xnxxnone screen xnxxnone for more responsive xnxxnone gameplayPEACE xnxxnone OF MIND: The CinemaX P2 includes a 2-year parts and labor xnxxnone limited protection on xnxxnone the projector and a 5-year or 12,000 hour xnxxnone light source protection xnxxnone (whichever comes first)



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Buyer's experience:


      1: These are just a few of the issues:1.The front grill is covered in the same grey cloth as a google mini. I don't know about you, but my family hates google products. We are always screaming at the devices because they don't ever work right. Google is a dirty word in my house - so why make an Optoma product that looks exactly like a Google product2.) The remote is black and the buttons are backlit. The problem with that is you have to press a button, any button to get the light to come on so you can see what you are pressing. but guess what you just pressed a mystery button to get it to simply turn on. Now you have to figure out what you pressed and correct it. The buttons are a circle with semi circles around it An up arrow next to what looks like an computer mouse! 3 vertical dots next to a crosshair symbol What do any of these buttons do Pictionary or charades would be better at this point3.) Out of sync video and sound. The projector offers a measly 1ms correction in either direction. REALLY OPTOMA REALLY4.) The auto focus app you can use on your phone Never worked and never will. Apparently the app has NEVER WORKED. And Optoma doesn't care! google it. That means you will have a horrible time getting the geometry or focus correct. Believe me...It is a miserable affair. worse if your screen is not SPOT ON FLAT. bump the projector while adjusting and you may as well just start over.5.) THE WORST PROBLEM OF ALL - A firmware update jumps in and will brick your $3900 investment. A warning message tells you you will have to reset DDPs and MCU's. !!!!! WHAT ARE THOSE worse you have to perform a factory reset once done, Forcing you through the miserable problem of geometry and focus, calibration, settings, etc...So am I supposed to remember everything and all the settings or should I go through the menu and write them down 1 by 1 Now this firmware update does give you the option to wait and do it later......BUT IT DOES NOT WORK EITHER!!!Choose the back option and your projector turns into a brick with a black screen. There is no way around this issue until you turn off the projector a dozen times and hope the firmware screen doesn't come back. Imagine how embarrassed you will be if about to give a sales presentation or just show off to friends and IT DOES NOT WORK!!! EVEN WORSE --- Google peoples reactions when they DO decide to update and it breaks their machine. THIS IS REAL! That means a replacement or work order....possibly weeks without your machine.6.) I have owned three separate Optoma projectors over the last decade. In every single one I have had to replace the color wheel. Multiple times!!!! That means taking apart your machine tiny screw by tiny screw to replace something that WILL EVENTUALLY FAIL BECAUSE IT HAS BEARINGS AND SPINS. No matter how good you clean or dust - it WILL fail. How much longer do I have before this $3900 projector fails I know it will happen from past experience.I am a legitimate Amazon customer with over a decade of purchases and reviews. I am not an influencer or paid by a magazine or Optoma competitor. Again, this is my third Optoma projector I have owned in 10 years. I seriously believed that buying a more expensive projector from Optoma would solve these problems. NOPE!!!Read the reviews online and they will gush about this projector like it is the second coming of Christ. BECAUSE THEY ARE PAID!!!!The truth is written above, by a REAL customer.REALLY DISSAPOINTED!UPDATE: While I was writing this- Optoma upper level customer support called me back. They were professional and listened to my problems. BUT - My options are to continue on with the firmware update and hope it works, or continue ignoring firmware update and hope machine restarts OR return my projector to be refurbished (5-7 days average turn around - could be longer - there is a pandemic, worker shortage and parts supply shortage) OR they may simply replace my NEW projector with a previously owned USED refurbished one.GREAT!!!It's YOUR decision....


      2: I am coming from a BenQ HT2050, which is a $700 1080p lamp projector with moderate brightness. I also use a tab-tensioned, motorized screen that is NOT ambient light rejecting, but works great with the BenQ in lower ambient light. I also work in Film/TV so my eye is pretty picky and well trained.First, the big elephant in the room that I think will impact your buying choice more than any opinions about image quality, brightness etc, is the flaw that caused me to send this projector back to Amazon - because these laser-based UST projectors are firing from directly below, they will DRAMATICALLY accentuate every single flaw in your screen (or wall). As mentioned above I have a $600 tab-tensioned screen. It's not the best screen on the market, but it is quite taut and the image is completely distortion-free when using a standard front-firing projector. With the CinemaX P2, the image looked wildly distorted and wavy on the outermost 6-10" of the left and right sides of my screen. This projector also managed to pull out strange fold lines across the width of the screen and other flaws that you literally cannot see with the naked eye unless you have the upward-cast lighting highlighting those details. Needless to say this is not a flaw with this particular projector, but rather a major concern for UST projectors in general - unless you have an absolutely PERFECT screen, ideally a flat, permanent, wall mounted, tensioned screen, the experience will suffer greatly. Roll-up screens and projecting on walls that aren't perfectly smooth AND even are probably a complete non-starter for USTs. You have been warned!As for my impressions of the projector overall:- the improvement in brightness/contrast vs my HT2050 was merely okay, especially considering it is rated at 3,000 lumens vs the 2200 of the BenQ.- The improvement to perceived image quality going to 4k was not anywhere near as dramatic as I had hoped. When watching demo videos via Blu Ray designed to showcase the beauty of 4k, the image quality was maybe 20% better than what my HT2050 could offer despite being 1080p. I'm not sure why this is, perhaps it is because the CinemaX P2 uses pixel-shifting and therefore is NOT "true" 4k despite claims to the contrary that persist.- Focusing to get the middle of the screen perfectly sharp leaves the upper corners a little blurry, probably a result of the physics of trying to project a square image onto a wall from directly below.- This projector is really big. It will stick out several feet from the wall and must be at least a foot below the bottom of your screen in order to get a 100" or larger image. You can either try to place the projector the exact correct distance, which is tough, or you can use its built-in software to adjust the image alignment on the screen, but this adjustment will go away if you try to use the projector's game mode to improve latency.- As mentioned above this projector is really big, and a major part of that (and no doubt a few hundred dollars of the price) is consumed by the front speakers. I think the vast majority of people spending $3k on a projector have a sound system in place, making this a total waste of resources all around. This would be much less of a concern if the built-in speaker could be used as the center channel in your surround system.Overall, I felt that these minor improvements were not worth paying 4X the price for, especially once I realized that I would absolutely HAVE to spend another few grand on a better screen just to get back to the same viewing experience I was currently getting with a $700 projector. If you have (or are willing to buy) a light rejecting screen you will almost certainly get better performance, but that will add another several thousand dollars on top of the already high price of this projector.


      3: I bought this when it was on sale for under $3k, so the few issues I have with it are not show stoppers. It's a major upgrade from my old Mitsubishi 73" DLP HDTV, as I paired this with an Akia 103" screen, and it is fantastic! For the layout of my house where I cannot have a dedicated home theater room, these new UST projectors is just the technology I needed.The few small issues that keep me from giving this a full 5 stars:1. Only 3 HDMI inputs (old tv had 4)2. No mute button on the remote3. Smartfit App didn't work for me4. Built-in media player doesn't support DTS audio, only AC35. Network streaming is glitchy/hit-or-miss6. Remote lacks button for quick input switchingAfter using it for about a couple of weeks, these issues are all that really annoyed me enough to point out in this review.The pros:1. Super bright picture (careful not to look into it while tinkering with cabling in the back!)2. Manual adjustment when Smartfit didn't work was actually not too bad, just have to be patient. I recommend physically adjusting it first as much as possible (adjusting feet height, horizontal position from screen) before going into the geometric adjustment menu3. Built-in media player smoothly plays from the USB port, including 4K movies, but again, only AC3 audio4. Built-in speakers for normal TV viewing sound goodI picked this projector over others that are well reviewed mainly because Optoma is a well known brand in the home theater projector market for a long time. Hopefully it was the right choice and will last a long time.


      4: Very good value at current price. Easily beat the newer LG HU 715Q for brightness and picture quality out of the box. Colors are not as vibrant as the BeNq 7050i.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00