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Item: Optoma UHD51
Price: $2000 (RRP $3299)
Item Condition: Near New (6 months old)
Reason for selling: Native 4K projector
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, transfer, Mail.
Extra Info: I have had my Optoma projector since new (kept in a pristine smoke free environment). 300 lamp hours. This projector has 2400 lumens output, a 500,000:1 contrast ratio, long lamp life, 3D, and 4K. The UHD51 reviews well, and for the price it really does provide an amazing picture. Features include:
3840x2160 resolution (4K UHD) for fine detail and crisp images Voice activated control through Alexa RGB colour wheel delivers excellent colour accuracy HDR with choice of four highly watchable modes; HDR 10 compatible Supports DCI-P3 wide colour gamut, REC.2020, and REC.709 Frame Interpolation to smooth motion; choice of three levels Two HDMI 2.0 ports with 4K UHD, HDR support 1.3x zoom lens Modest vertical lens shift Full 3D with DLP Link glasses 4000 hour lamp life with full power, 10,000 hours in Eco mode, 15,000 hours in Dynamic mode Replacement lamps are $US199 Two 5-watt stereo speakers deliver good sound quality and high enough volume to fill a small to mid-size room It comes with all the original packaging and an arrangement can be made for postage.
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Item: The all new native 4K Sony VPL-VW270ES 4K Cinema Projector (new 2019 model with all new lens) and Majestic Screen package is now available.
Genuine Australian stock! This model is available in black or white.
Groundbreaking price for native 4K cinema projection!
RRP at $10,317 based on package with 100 inch Majestic Screen at full RRP.
With 2 RF 3D Glasses and premium Majestic Evo4K Screen and top of the line Peerless geared projector mount!
Priced From: $8289 inc GST and delivery Australia wide.
Payment Method: Pickup - Direct deposit, cards 1%.
Extra Info: This model doesn't have the lens memory feature that the 570ES has, however it has motorised zoom, shift and focus so you could use a 235 screen, it would just take a little longer to switch between formats when required.. perhaps 30-40 seconds using the remote. Otherwise a 16:9 format screen would mean no changing sizes or messing around with the remote.
Item: JVC DLA-X700R THX ISF 4K e-Shift3 D-ILA 3D Projector
Location: Melbourne SE
Price: $3000 open to reasonable offers
Item Condition: Very Good Condition 1195hrs
Reason for selling: Considering an Upgrade
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal + 3%
Extra Info: Comes with 6 Pairs of 3D glasses and receiver. 4 used and 2 BNIB, I also have a Spyder4 By Datacolor colourimeter for auto calibration via JVC software.
- 3840x2160 playback
- Motorised lens with memory
- Motorised lens cover
- 4000 hour lamp life in Eco Mode (Always run in Eco Mode)
Item: JVC DLA-X700RBE 4K eShift Projector with 3D Viewing with brand new genuine spare globe, ISF calibrated by Avical and 2 x 3d glasses and emitter.
Location: Epping, Victoria
Price: $4000 RRP $8499, All reasonable offers considered.
Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: Not getting much of use it due to lack of time.
Payment Method: Pickup/Post - Cash, Bank transfer, Paypal
Extra Info: Excellent condition, not a single mark on the projector, comes with brand new spare globe, RF emitter, remote, 2 x 3d glasses etc. Can be shipped australia wide, Happy to demo.
I have been feeding a 4k signal from my oppo directly to the projector, so what ever the specs says the projector takes 4K input and shows the signal as 4K in the screen.
New to the forum here. I've been using the LG Hecto for the past 3 years now, it still works perfectly.
I've been tossing up the idea of going 4K, Sony's flagships are over my budget.
1. Hisense apparently bring out a short throw 4k, no idea on price yet
2. Benq w11000 is looking quite good on Bang for Buck. (I understand its not true 4k like the Sony)
Question for everyone.
Forum member Blackman I understand you also have the LG Hecto, hopefully you've done similar research or testing.
I have a dedicated windowless theatre and the 100" screen fits perfect between my pair of KEFQ900.
I remember reading somewhere regarding the Hecto screen that its got some sort of angled glass to direct the light towards the viewer, I can't seem to find it and wondering if that is true?
If its just a normal screen, then it answers my question that I can use it with a 4k projector.
Otherwise can I reverse mount the screen and have the 4k projector shoot down from the ceiling?