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I have got my Optoma from warranty actuator calibration but I am not sure i it works well.
Should I lost 4K when I disable actuator movement (service menu - power off - up - left - left - menu)? I see no difference now and I can see single pixels when I am close to screen.
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Man is the lens a cheap POS. I used what they recommend in the manual which was a cleaning wipe designed for devices like it and it became scratched to hell. I guess I need to now call Optoma to figure out how I can replace it. I am not some noob when it comes to this either. Also no matter how I try I can't get the keystone correct to not have a crap skew on the picture. I am pretty disappointed and can't return at this point. Took me too long to get the thing up due to some family health issues.

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I have got my Optoma from warranty actuator calibration but I am not sure i it works well.
Should I lost 4K when I disable actuator movement (service menu - power off - up - left - left - menu)? I see no difference now and I can see single pixels when I am close to screen.
You should lose it, and see it as well, standing next to the screen at least..
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So is the Optoma UHD50 worth buying for 4K?


Also is it really a short throw projector?

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So is the Optoma UHD50 worth buying for 4K?


Also is it really a short throw projector?
So I have a 120" screen and am able to fill the screen with a 24" drop at roughly 10'. My best friend has a pretty decent Epson 1080 projector and we can easily tell the difference especially with 4k encodes at 50+ for the bitrate. Other than the couple niggling issues I have overall I think it was worth the 1200 I paid at Fry's for it last November.

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So I have a 120" screen and am able to fill the screen with a 24" drop at roughly 10'. My best friend has a pretty decent Epson 1080 projector and we can easily tell the difference especially with 4k encodes at 50+ for the bitrate. Other than the couple niggling issues I have overall I think it was worth the 1200 I paid at Fry's for it last November.

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Can any other UHD-50 owners tell me if they are getting HDR on their projectors when watching HDR movies on Netflix? I get HDR on both Amazon Prime AND on youtube. When I attempt to watch an HDR film on Netflix however, I get no logo in the upper right corner of my screen, and when I check the projectors settings it say’s “Cinema” not HDR. I can’t figure out why this isn’t working.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me to try?
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I'm thinking of buying this projector to replace my Epson Powerlite 3020 that just died. However I noticed that lens is off center. I have a bracket installed in the ceiling of my projector room that is centered with the screen. Does this projector have any lens shift to correct for the fact that it will be a couple of inches off center.
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Can any other UHD-50 owners tell me if they are getting HDR on their projectors when watching HDR movies on Netflix? I get HDR on both Amazon Prime AND on youtube. When I attempt to watch an HDR film on Netflix however, I get no logo in the upper right corner of my screen, and when I check the projectors settings it say’s “Cinema” not HDR. I can’t figure out why this isn’t working.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me to try?
Do you have premium account with Netflix? The standard account only does HD 2 screens, the next one up is UHD and more screens.
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Do you have premium account with Netflix? The standard account only does HD 2 screens, the next one up is UHD and more screens.
Yes. I DO have a premium account with Netflix. I’m using a Roku Streaming Stick+ going into my Sony 1070 Surround receiver to my Optoma UHD50. Using this equipment I AM seeing the HDR logo coming up for Amazon Prime AND for Youtube but I still see Cinema when I attempt to see an HDR movie on Netflix.

I also have not been able to access dynamic black on the Optoma using the procedure described in the online manual. (Not that I am unhappy with the Optoma. I replaced my Epson 5030UB with it!)
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You should lose it, and see it as well, standing next to the screen at least..
The warranty service says that everything is ok. Could you send me photos with on and off? I want to show them it.

This is my pixel grid:

Are the pixels normal or too big?

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I'm thinking of buying this projector to replace my Epson Powerlite 3020 that just died. However I noticed that lens is off center. I have a bracket installed in the ceiling of my projector room that is centered with the screen. Does this projector have any lens shift to correct for the fact that it will be a couple of inches off center.
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Could someone please post a picture of the underside of the UHD50. I'd like to see where the mounting holes are w.r.t the lens. Thanks.
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Could someone please post a picture of the underside of the UHD50. I'd like to see where the mounting holes are w.r.t the lens. Thanks.
Anyone?
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Could someone please post a picture of the underside of the UHD50. I'd like to see where the mounting holes are w.r.t the lens. Thanks.
I will send you tommorow when I get it back from service.
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Can any other UHD-50 owners tell me if they are getting HDR on their projectors when watching HDR movies on Netflix? I get HDR on both Amazon Prime AND on youtube. When I attempt to watch an HDR film on Netflix however, I get no logo in the upper right corner of my screen, and when I check the projectors settings it say’s “Cinema” not HDR. I can’t figure out why this isn’t working.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me to try?
I have an Xbox One S running through an Onkyo TX-NR676, and I see the "HDR" logo as soon as I start the Netflix app.
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Manual not enough? Pg.44


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Last night I upgraded to the UHD50 from my 9 year-old Epson 8350. First impressions:

-The lack of horizontal lens shift is making it a little trickier to get the image squared-up to my screen as much as I'd like. I've only spent about 5 minutes, so I think a few more minutes spent tonight will get the image close enough for me.

-I'm running an Xbox One S to an Onkyo TXNR-676, and then a 30' Monoprice Active HDMI cable to the projector. I was a little worried that this cable would work for such a long run, but so far it seems to work fine. I've had the Xbox output 4k 60fps HDR, and the projector displays the signal with no drop-outs after "searching" for about 5 seconds.

-I first turned on the projector at about 5pm, when I still had a small amount of ambient light. I noticed the improved detail when watching a 4k HDR blu-ray, and the World Cup soccer I recorded from last summer on DirecTV. Overall, I thought it was a nice improvement, but I probably would have waited to upgrade if I had had a choice (My Epson 8350 has been having auto-iris issues the last few months, and turns on only about 2/3 of the time now.)

-Later in the evening I turned the projector back on and watched the beginning of Velvet Buzzsaw on Netflix. This is an Dolby Vision title that the Xbox sent to the projector as simply "HDR". Now, with a completely dark room, I was very impressed. Not only was the detail much better than my old 1080p projector, but the color popped much more. I'm using the default settings, so I'll look for recommended settings to see if I can make it even better. Still, I used to have the urge to watch Netflix's Dolby Vision titles on my LG OLED so that I could see the amazing color and contrast of HDR. But now, whenever I'm watching at night, my first choice will by the Optoma UHD50.
Updated impressions, now that I've had the proj for about a month:

Overall, I would say the projector is ok.

The best thing is the picture quality (resolution and color are great, especially at night with a completely dark room). Watching The Grand Tour in 4k HDR in a completely dark room...it looks almost as good to me as it does on my LG OLED. Colors really pop!

My issues are: although I have a fixed screen with roughly a 2" black border, I can see light leaking outside of the border when the image being projected is mostly dark. When the image is of daytime, the light shining outside the screen border is not noticeable. But when, for example, there's a title screen at the beginning of a movie, the light outside the border is very noticeable.

There's a persistent buzz that is noticeable during quiet scenes.

I wish this proj could use the HLG from DirecTV's 4k channels. I'm not sure how much of a difference that would make, though.

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Updated impressions, now that I've had the proj for about a month:

Overall, I would say the projector is ok.

The best thing is the picture quality (resolution and color are great, especially at night with a completely dark room). Watching The Grand Tour in 4k HDR in a completely dark room...it looks almost as good to me as it does on my LG OLED. Colors really pop!

My issues are: although I have a fixed screen with roughly a 2" black border, I can see light leaking outside of the border when the image being projected is mostly dark. When the image is of daytime, the light shining outside the screen border is not noticeable. But when, for example, there's a title screen at the beginning of a movie, the light outside the border is very noticeable.

There's a persistent buzz that is noticeable during quiet scenes.

I wish this proj could use the HLG from DirecTV's 4k channels. I'm not sure how much of a difference that would make, though.
The buzz could be the actuator issue - that was my case. Could you test it in engeneer menu (power off -> up -> left -> left -> menu)? Could you tell me if you see any differences on 4k picture with "actuator movement" on and off and send me picture with pixel grid with menu on it just like on my image couple posts before?
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Could someone please post a picture of the underside of the UHD50. I'd like to see where the mounting holes are w.r.t the lens. Thanks.
Its UHD300x but I think it iis the european version of uhd50. You should check manual.

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yes but it only has 5% horizontal lens shift.I use mine right side up on a table and also on a portable projector stand.

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yes but it only has 5% horizontal lens shift.I use mine right side up on a table and also on a portable projector stand.
My Epson 8500UB was my first and only projector. Now 10 years later I am searching for an upgrade and realizing how lucky I have it with the Epsons ability to move the screen all over the place with the horizontal and vertical lens shift. Wow. Is Epson the only company that has that feature? I was looking at the Benq 3550 and the Optoma UHD50 but neither will work for me because of their lack of lens shift.
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DLPs in this price range have limited lens shift. There’s a new Epson coming out this year but pricing should be higher than these units.


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My Epson 8500UB was my first and only projector. Now 10 years later I am searching for an upgrade and realizing how lucky I have it with the Epsons ability to move the screen all over the place with the horizontal and vertical lens shift. Wow. Is Epson the only company that has that feature? I was looking at the Benq 3550 and the Optoma UHD50 but neither will work for me because of their lack of lens shift.
Yes epson would be the only real option with such great vertical and horizontal lens shift.

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My Epson 8500UB was my first and only projector. Now 10 years later I am searching for an upgrade and realizing how lucky I have it with the Epsons ability to move the screen all over the place with the horizontal and vertical lens shift. Wow. Is Epson the only company that has that feature? I was looking at the Benq 3550 and the Optoma UHD50 but neither will work for me because of their lack of lens shift.
The JVC LX-UH1 might work.
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Can any other UHD-50 owners tell me if they are getting HDR on their projectors when watching HDR movies on Netflix? I get HDR on both Amazon Prime AND on youtube. When I attempt to watch an HDR film on Netflix however, I get no logo in the upper right corner of my screen, and when I check the projectors settings it say’s “Cinema” not HDR. I can’t figure out why this isn’t working.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me to try?
I get Netflix HDR on my UHD50. I am going through an HTPC.

By any chance, do you have an AVR with two outputs and both connected to the UHD50? As I recall in that case, Netflix still senses the non HDR input, even though you have the UHD50 set to HDMI 2. I have to shut off the AVR connection to UHD50 HDMI 1 on my receiver in order to get Netflix HDR to come through the HDMI 2 port.
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Can this projector be used right side up from an elevated position? See my photos for placement explanation. Thanks


No that is not going to work with this PJ


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I get Netflix HDR on my UHD50. I am going through an HTPC.

By any chance, do you have an AVR with two outputs and both connected to the UHD50? As I recall in that case, Netflix still senses the non HDR input, even though you have the UHD50 set to HDMI 2. I have to shut off the AVR connection to UHD50 HDMI 1 on my receiver in order to get Netflix HDR to come through the HDMI 2 port.
I DO have a receiver with two HDMI outputs. It’s a two year old Sony STR DN-1070. I have one output going to a sony 49” 4K flatscreen, and the other output going to my UHD50 projector. One of the settings allows watching both sets at the same time with the same signal for comparison purposes. I do that frequently.

What I WILL try is disconnecting the HDMI cable from the receiver to the flatscreen and THEN trying to watch HDR from Netflix on my Optoma. I’m frankly a little dubious, but it’s certainly worth a try. ( The reason I’m a little sceptical is I am feeding the same 4K HDR signal to both sets, but it can’t hurt to try!)

Ron, thank you for your suggestion. I appreciate it.
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Was watching empire strikes back today and at times I felt like I could see purple blemishes on the actors faces.

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