Optoma UHD30 (White) 4K UHD HDR DLP Projector (240Hz ) £899 at Richer Sounds
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Optoma UHD30 (White) 4K UHD HDR DLP Projector (240Hz ) £899 at Richer Sounds

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Posted 21st May
This is by far the cheapest I have found this brand new projector. After doing a lot of research the past weeks, and trying a few other models, this one seems the best by far.
If you are looking for a low cost, brand new (just released), 3D, 240hz (first ever), HDR cinema experience, then this seems a bargain - with 6 years guarantee and 14 day return, you cant go wrong.
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Each technology has a pretty compelling raft of pros and and pretty comparitive balance of cons. I'm not so sure that there's a clear cut impetus to move 'everything' to LCD when the technology is still evolving. Different manufacturers clearly have their preference and don't want to reinvent their (colour)wheel and that's understandable when there isn't a clear advantage of one over the other and the manufacturer's R&D curve is focused on making the best of what they're working with, or a sideways leap when a clearly superior tech or economy of production dictates a revision.

I'm not so sure I'd want to judge a beamer by the paper specification of what method it uses. I think I'd want to see how it looks and performs in the real world to decide which beamer I want, not which technology I want to lead my decision.

In the case of this projector we have to remember that the device itself is not geared straight to home cinema but as much office display and corporate/commercial usage. I love the growth of home cinema and I love projectors, as I love movies... passionately. But I really balk at the idea of spending a ton of money for them, giving them a lot of space, having to give a lot of maintenance, or big ongoing costs, which is exactly what steers me toward an emphasis on controlling the environment they're used in and making the most of LED technology. That's the tangent that I'm following with interest.

And for that reason I have a huge amount of time for Optoma. I keep looking at newer models, more lux, 1080 native, but fundamentally for 'fun family nights' or my own 'movie time' I'm currently good with my ML750. It's been on holiday with me, and as last-gen as the tech is, no autocorrective geometry, crap onboard media player and the fact that I can't seem to get the rotten thing to produce usable 3D which the specs say it should, it is a great little projector. And this is the techspace that I like to find my projectors in... Smaller... cheaper... portable... flexible.. The ML1050/1050ST is a nice machine too. I'd indulge if the 750 died, but I don't see enough of an advantage in an upgrade.

Of course, those are portable LED projectors and not burn-your-eyeballs-out bright, or the greatest, crispest resolutions. For that you need something more like this and hey... let's be honest... you can go all day long with better, brighter, bigger, sharper... I have a friend who wouldn't dream of building a home - HOME - cinema with less than a £25k Sim2. Home. One guy. Single.

I'm sure I could tell the difference too, if I had that money... but I get a perverse amount of enjoyment from something 'good' that leaves me enough money to buy movies too.

And that's where we're at with a projector like this.

Best? No. Optoma aren't even selling that as an idea...

Brightest? Nay.

Impeccable this that and the other? Nope.

But it is good. It's really good. If you aspire to the best, keep looking. If you want something really, really good that you'll enjoy for a long time to come (6 year warranty???), you really cannot go far wrong with this - or indeed many of the projectors Optoma produce, in all the different types and technologies they work with.

Good price, OP. Well spotted.
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Given that this is only £75 more than they’re selling my Optoma UHD300X for on Richer Sounds, this seems like a good deal. This has significantly better specs than the UHD300X, which I’ve found to be excellent. I think I’d get this if I didn’t recently purchase a 4K projector.
dlp is a deal breaker for me.. can't understand why they still use dlp when lcd is a much better option in mostly every way
suchitmehta721/05/2020 21:09

dlp is a deal breaker for me.. can't understand why they still use dlp …dlp is a deal breaker for me.. can't understand why they still use dlp when lcd is a much better option in mostly every way



Yup DLP SUCKS! I feel so sick watching them, plus the colours on them are so poor.
suchitmehta721/05/2020 21:09

dlp is a deal breaker for me.. can't understand why they still use dlp …dlp is a deal breaker for me.. can't understand why they still use dlp when lcd is a much better option in mostly every way


Mines DLP hd26 and still think it looks great on the big screen, it's never going to have colours like my 4k TV but for movie night its ideal
Bought this one last week from AO. Was looking for projector exactly like this one. Has 4k very low input lag, HDR and over 3k Lumens. Perfect for my ps4 and for movies
Hold on. By 240 hz are you saying variable refresh rate gaming up to 4k 240fps?
Each technology has a pretty compelling raft of pros and and pretty comparitive balance of cons. I'm not so sure that there's a clear cut impetus to move 'everything' to LCD when the technology is still evolving. Different manufacturers clearly have their preference and don't want to reinvent their (colour)wheel and that's understandable when there isn't a clear advantage of one over the other and the manufacturer's R&D curve is focused on making the best of what they're working with, or a sideways leap when a clearly superior tech or economy of production dictates a revision.

I'm not so sure I'd want to judge a beamer by the paper specification of what method it uses. I think I'd want to see how it looks and performs in the real world to decide which beamer I want, not which technology I want to lead my decision.

In the case of this projector we have to remember that the device itself is not geared straight to home cinema but as much office display and corporate/commercial usage. I love the growth of home cinema and I love projectors, as I love movies... passionately. But I really balk at the idea of spending a ton of money for them, giving them a lot of space, having to give a lot of maintenance, or big ongoing costs, which is exactly what steers me toward an emphasis on controlling the environment they're used in and making the most of LED technology. That's the tangent that I'm following with interest.

And for that reason I have a huge amount of time for Optoma. I keep looking at newer models, more lux, 1080 native, but fundamentally for 'fun family nights' or my own 'movie time' I'm currently good with my ML750. It's been on holiday with me, and as last-gen as the tech is, no autocorrective geometry, crap onboard media player and the fact that I can't seem to get the rotten thing to produce usable 3D which the specs say it should, it is a great little projector. And this is the techspace that I like to find my projectors in... Smaller... cheaper... portable... flexible.. The ML1050/1050ST is a nice machine too. I'd indulge if the 750 died, but I don't see enough of an advantage in an upgrade.

Of course, those are portable LED projectors and not burn-your-eyeballs-out bright, or the greatest, crispest resolutions. For that you need something more like this and hey... let's be honest... you can go all day long with better, brighter, bigger, sharper... I have a friend who wouldn't dream of building a home - HOME - cinema with less than a £25k Sim2. Home. One guy. Single.

I'm sure I could tell the difference too, if I had that money... but I get a perverse amount of enjoyment from something 'good' that leaves me enough money to buy movies too.

And that's where we're at with a projector like this.

Best? No. Optoma aren't even selling that as an idea...

Brightest? Nay.

Impeccable this that and the other? Nope.

But it is good. It's really good. If you aspire to the best, keep looking. If you want something really, really good that you'll enjoy for a long time to come (6 year warranty???), you really cannot go far wrong with this - or indeed many of the projectors Optoma produce, in all the different types and technologies they work with.

Good price, OP. Well spotted.
dannyolamide21/05/2020 21:34

Hold on. By 240 hz are you saying variable refresh rate gaming up to 4k …Hold on. By 240 hz are you saying variable refresh rate gaming up to 4k 240fps?


Only in 1080p
This is really tempting. I can't find any decent reviews of this model. Is it better than a uhd65 or the uhd51a?
genieuk200821/05/2020 21:55

This is really tempting. I can't find any decent reviews of this model. Is …This is really tempting. I can't find any decent reviews of this model. Is it better than a uhd65 or the uhd51a?


Depends what u need it for. If for Gaming I'd say this one is better, for movies I'll go with uhd65.
Eraserw0w21/05/2020 22:06

Depends what u need it for. If for Gaming I'd say this one is better, for …Depends what u need it for. If for Gaming I'd say this one is better, for movies I'll go with uhd65.


Any particular reason? I mean uhd65 is so much more expensive. If this is comparable then I'd rather save my money and get this.

Mainly need for movies.
Edited by: "genieuk2008" 21st May
genieuk200821/05/2020 22:07

Any particular reason? I mean uhd65 is so much more expensive. If this is …Any particular reason? I mean uhd65 is so much more expensive. If this is comparable then I'd rather save my money and get this.Mainly need for movies.


Uhd30 has input lag of 16mls and 240mhz. Meaning in action games picture is great and smooth. Uhd65 input lag is at 65mls.

For movies obviously uhd65. But it cost 2.5x more.

Uhd65 is true 4k where uhd30 si something like 4x1080p, picture is stretched (native 4k)
Edited by: "Eraserw0w" 21st May
It'll be for movies only really.

I think due to budget for me it's gonna be a showdown between this uhd30, the uhd51a or the uhd300x.

Ultimately as I'm looking under £1k it might just come down to between this and the uhd300x.

There are also some faux 4k epson LCD's under a grand now I think.
genieuk200821/05/2020 22:18

It'll be for movies only really.I think due to budget for me it's gonna be …It'll be for movies only really.I think due to budget for me it's gonna be a showdown between this uhd30, the uhd51a or the uhd300x.Ultimately as I'm looking under £1k it might just come down to between this and the uhd300x.There are also some faux 4k epson LCD's under a grand now I think.


Have you considered the BenQ TK800(M)? At all, I've one and it's great.
AbandonedTrolley21/05/2020 22:22

Have you considered the BenQ TK800(M)? At all, I've one and it's great.


Yes have seen that, but in terms or contrast ratio, lumens and lamp life, I think the optoma models come in slightly better, I.e. uhd300x is around £900 and reviews seem to favour the optoma.

I was actually hoping to get the uhd300x when it drops to £800 until this uhd30 came along and now I'm in two minds.
Edited by: "genieuk2008" 21st May
Please don't queue up for three percent discount!
ranandg21/05/2020 22:31

Please don't queue up for three percent discount!


Its £25 (3%) off on top of an additional £100 discount.
Edited by: "alexplayer" 21st May
I still have the benq w1070+ and it’s still a lovely picture. Do you think it’s worth upgrading to this? From what I have seen 4K on home projectors doesn’t seem a great leap.
genieuk200821/05/2020 22:07

Any particular reason? I mean uhd65 is so much more expensive. If this is …Any particular reason? I mean uhd65 is so much more expensive. If this is comparable then I'd rather save my money and get this.Mainly need for movies.


This one is a dlp project. I would say big no if you're looking for Movies.. go for LCD or laser
Good for gaming? Got HDR?!
While on the subject of projectors can someone suggest a decent 1080p native for under £150
SampleX21/05/2020 21:36

Each technology has a pretty compelling raft of pros and and pretty …Each technology has a pretty compelling raft of pros and and pretty comparitive balance of cons. I'm not so sure that there's a clear cut impetus to move 'everything' to LCD when the technology is still evolving. Different manufacturers clearly have their preference and don't want to reinvent their (colour)wheel and that's understandable when there isn't a clear advantage of one over the other and the manufacturer's R&D curve is focused on making the best of what they're working with, or a sideways leap when a clearly superior tech or economy of production dictates a revision.I'm not so sure I'd want to judge a beamer by the paper specification of what method it uses. I think I'd want to see how it looks and performs in the real world to decide which beamer I want, not which technology I want to lead my decision.In the case of this projector we have to remember that the device itself is not geared straight to home cinema but as much office display and corporate/commercial usage. I love the growth of home cinema and I love projectors, as I love movies... passionately. But I really balk at the idea of spending a ton of money for them, giving them a lot of space, having to give a lot of maintenance, or big ongoing costs, which is exactly what steers me toward an emphasis on controlling the environment they're used in and making the most of LED technology. That's the tangent that I'm following with interest.And for that reason I have a huge amount of time for Optoma. I keep looking at newer models, more lux, 1080 native, but fundamentally for 'fun family nights' or my own 'movie time' I'm currently good with my ML750. It's been on holiday with me, and as last-gen as the tech is, no autocorrective geometry, crap onboard media player and the fact that I can't seem to get the rotten thing to produce usable 3D which the specs say it should, it is a great little projector. And this is the techspace that I like to find my projectors in... Smaller... cheaper... portable... flexible.. The ML1050/1050ST is a nice machine too. I'd indulge if the 750 died, but I don't see enough of an advantage in an upgrade.Of course, those are portable LED projectors and not burn-your-eyeballs-out bright, or the greatest, crispest resolutions. For that you need something more like this and hey... let's be honest... you can go all day long with better, brighter, bigger, sharper... I have a friend who wouldn't dream of building a home - HOME - cinema with less than a £25k Sim2. Home. One guy. Single.I'm sure I could tell the difference too, if I had that money... but I get a perverse amount of enjoyment from something 'good' that leaves me enough money to buy movies too.And that's where we're at with a projector like this.Best? No. Optoma aren't even selling that as an idea...Brightest? Nay.Impeccable this that and the other? Nope.But it is good. It's really good. If you aspire to the best, keep looking. If you want something really, really good that you'll enjoy for a long time to come (6 year warranty???), you really cannot go far wrong with this - or indeed many of the projectors Optoma produce, in all the different types and technologies they work with.Good price, OP. Well spotted.


A really helpful and insightful commentary, thanks. What are your thoughts on this Optoma HD27e please?
Optoma HD27e 1080P 3200 Lumens Projector - White amazon.co.uk/dp/…VFT
ikky10121/05/2020 23:07

While on the subject of projectors can someone suggest a decent 1080p …While on the subject of projectors can someone suggest a decent 1080p native for under £150


Abox A6. Mine cost 52 quid on amazon ,price usually jumps around 75-150. Oos right now.
Fan is noticeable at low volume, native 1080 gives good picture even on a painted wall (temporary). Connected to soundbar.
foregoneconclusion21/05/2020 22:52

I still have the benq w1070+ and it’s still a lovely picture. Do you think …I still have the benq w1070+ and it’s still a lovely picture. Do you think it’s worth upgrading to this? From what I have seen 4K on home projectors doesn’t seem a great leap.



I upgraded from 1070 to the uhd 300x, yes its a better picture and has been far more reliable, ie. no bulb exploding so far,or fan blocks, is it a £1000 worth of upgrade? tbh , no. I also had to upgrade my AVR and lengthy HDMI cables for UHD , so be wary of what else you might need to invest in for 4K, it's all a bit of a pain in the a%$£ to be honest.

PS I'm aware that the deal is for the uhd30,which I've not used, just giving my thoughts.
SampleX21/05/2020 21:36

Each technology has a pretty compelling raft of pros and and pretty …Each technology has a pretty compelling raft of pros and and pretty comparitive balance of cons. I'm not so sure that there's a clear cut impetus to move 'everything' to LCD when the technology is still evolving. Different manufacturers clearly have their preference and don't want to reinvent their (colour)wheel and that's understandable when there isn't a clear advantage of one over the other and the manufacturer's R&D curve is focused on making the best of what they're working with, or a sideways leap when a clearly superior tech or economy of production dictates a revision.I'm not so sure I'd want to judge a beamer by the paper specification of what method it uses. I think I'd want to see how it looks and performs in the real world to decide which beamer I want, not which technology I want to lead my decision.In the case of this projector we have to remember that the device itself is not geared straight to home cinema but as much office display and corporate/commercial usage. I love the growth of home cinema and I love projectors, as I love movies... passionately. But I really balk at the idea of spending a ton of money for them, giving them a lot of space, having to give a lot of maintenance, or big ongoing costs, which is exactly what steers me toward an emphasis on controlling the environment they're used in and making the most of LED technology. That's the tangent that I'm following with interest.And for that reason I have a huge amount of time for Optoma. I keep looking at newer models, more lux, 1080 native, but fundamentally for 'fun family nights' or my own 'movie time' I'm currently good with my ML750. It's been on holiday with me, and as last-gen as the tech is, no autocorrective geometry, crap onboard media player and the fact that I can't seem to get the rotten thing to produce usable 3D which the specs say it should, it is a great little projector. And this is the techspace that I like to find my projectors in... Smaller... cheaper... portable... flexible.. The ML1050/1050ST is a nice machine too. I'd indulge if the 750 died, but I don't see enough of an advantage in an upgrade.Of course, those are portable LED projectors and not burn-your-eyeballs-out bright, or the greatest, crispest resolutions. For that you need something more like this and hey... let's be honest... you can go all day long with better, brighter, bigger, sharper... I have a friend who wouldn't dream of building a home - HOME - cinema with less than a £25k Sim2. Home. One guy. Single.I'm sure I could tell the difference too, if I had that money... but I get a perverse amount of enjoyment from something 'good' that leaves me enough money to buy movies too.And that's where we're at with a projector like this.Best? No. Optoma aren't even selling that as an idea...Brightest? Nay.Impeccable this that and the other? Nope.But it is good. It's really good. If you aspire to the best, keep looking. If you want something really, really good that you'll enjoy for a long time to come (6 year warranty???), you really cannot go far wrong with this - or indeed many of the projectors Optoma produce, in all the different types and technologies they work with.Good price, OP. Well spotted.



Can we see pics of your projector in use?
ikky10121/05/2020 23:07

While on the subject of projectors can someone suggest a decent 1080p …While on the subject of projectors can someone suggest a decent 1080p native for under £150


No. Don’t buy a projector around this price point, they are all bad. This is one of those purchases where you should either spend £300-400 or save your money.
slannmage21/05/2020 21:11

Yup DLP SUCKS! I feel so sick watching them, plus the colours on them are …Yup DLP SUCKS! I feel so sick watching them, plus the colours on them are so poor.


I have an optoma gt1080e and. Don't notice anything! Paired it up with a darbee dongle and it's mint!
moneybanks1422/05/2020 09:12

I have an optoma gt1080e and. Don't notice anything! Paired it up with a …I have an optoma gt1080e and. Don't notice anything! Paired it up with a darbee dongle and it's mint!




Most people do not which is why I recommend them at a good price... but for me they make me feel sick.
£899 from AO HERE
Al1822/05/2020 03:23

Can we see pics of your projector in use?



I've never taken any that I recall. I'll have a dig around to be sure. I can't make any committments as to when I can do some, though, that because my home-office and loft conversion (ahem... home cinema) have been in a state of ongoing construction since before Covid and the 'pull up' screen I use is ten miles away at the Death Star (The Office). Lately the family's use of it is nothing short of a compromise because of the circumstances of the past few months - we've been using it sat on a windowsill projecting on to a pair of double flat-fronted wardrobe doors which are matt white. It's not even close to an appropriate surface but... let's remember, this is a projector that is absolutely fit to take to a hotel and project a movie onto a white wall. For sound 'away' or at 'big screen garden parties' I have a pair of Riva S Bluetooth speakers which can work singly for a small room - which is a bit of a beast for the purpose - or can pair as a stereo setup in a larger space.

The projector has not replaced my home viewing on a large LCD TV (3D) - and we use the 3D feature A LOT. I think that's the critical reason why my interest is in LED and portable projectors - it's an addition for fun and atmosphere and not necessarily the 'whole deal'. I'm not so much a cinema purist as much as a cinema romantic. I buy into the magic of a big screen and the challenge of projecting a movie absolutely anywhere, cinema as part of the landscape of wherever you are, rather movies being shown in a temple of cinema. I love it. Throwing a dumb white sheet over a frame and projecting a movie after dark on a summer evening in a gathering with friends, back when we were allowed them... Magic. A beautiful garden in a place of low ambient light and a bit of fun outside. We've even tried Jurassic Park in our own 'jungle' using headphones so we don't tick off the neighbours. The mosquitos were more than a special effect.

That's why I have this kind of unicorn standard of great brightness, LED robustness, portability and lightness, with battery if possible at a cheap price if possible... For me it's about the fun. Don't get me wrong, if I had a couple of grand, I might be tempted to go nuts... but then again, a couple of grand can buy you a really good, functional beamer, a nice screen and a surround sound overhaul too, and I'm all for that.

And I just remembered to my absolute shame that I actually own another Optoma projector - a full size 1080 beamer the model number of which I have long since forgotted but I think there's an HD in there, and maybe a 627 or something. Or maybe I'm mad. It hardly gets used and is stored in the Death Star also, and tends to be used exclusively when I'm doing something in a larger venue. It's great quality and again, a lot of fun, but it was bought to a budget if I recall, and to be the best kit that could be bought for the price. It's not used for the home stuff because as a bigger Beamer and using conventional lamps, it's fragile, bulky, unwieldy, and expensive to maintain.

If I could indulge myself right now, short of inventing my ideal projector, I think I'd have the ML750 and the ML750ST so I have flexibility of where I might project from. If I was splurging a bit more than a few hundred quids, the UHL55 looks exciting.
tsd198422/05/2020 08:06

No. Don’t buy a projector around this price point, they are all bad. This i …No. Don’t buy a projector around this price point, they are all bad. This is one of those purchases where you should either spend £300-400 or save your money.



Super specificity.

Erm... If I buy a projector in this price point that was twice the price before reduction, is that automatically 'all bad' too, or if I buy one of these next week at half the price, does it become partly good, or have a complete conversion?
ikky10121/05/2020 23:07

While on the subject of projectors can someone suggest a decent 1080p …While on the subject of projectors can someone suggest a decent 1080p native for under £150



'Decent' compared to a pinhole camera?

There are a whole lot that 'work almost as advertised.'
foregoneconclusion21/05/2020 22:52

I still have the benq w1070+ and it’s still a lovely picture. Do you think …I still have the benq w1070+ and it’s still a lovely picture. Do you think it’s worth upgrading to this? From what I have seen 4K on home projectors doesn’t seem a great leap.


I still have the w1070 , its great still , lovely 100 inch picture for just 3 metres away , it's done 3500 hours on the bulb now so starting to worry when it's gonna go, but I am sure the replacement is only 80 quid,. I only noticed different when I am playing subnactia downstairs on the projector with Xbox game pass ,and I went up to stairs to play on it for the 4k TV with PS4 pro and colours are so much better but the w1070 just feels comfortable,plus hassle of whole new projector, might mean more holes in celling and the cost.. only problem I have with my home cinema at moment is yaham amp is sometimes sentive to eltric and you have to turn it on and off the amp or its now random turns off, but only yahamam 5.1 amp second hand
Pricklerickle22/05/2020 15:44

I still have the w1070 , its great still , lovely 100 inch picture for …I still have the w1070 , its great still , lovely 100 inch picture for just 3 metres away , it's done 3500 hours on the bulb now so starting to worry when it's gonna go, but I am sure the replacement is only 80 quid,. I only noticed different when I am playing subnactia downstairs on the projector with Xbox game pass ,and I went up to stairs to play on it for the 4k TV with PS4 pro and colours are so much better but the w1070 just feels comfortable,plus hassle of whole new projector, might mean more holes in celling and the cost.. only problem I have with my home cinema at moment is yaham amp is sometimes sentive to eltric and you have to turn it on and off the amp or its now random turns off, but only yahamam 5.1 amp second hand


Agree it’s a great projector. I’ve just replaced my bulb at 2700, picture is definitely brighter, might just be my imagination but also looks sharper. The bulb cost me £80 and easy to change.
foregoneconclusion22/05/2020 15:45

Agree it’s a great projector. I’ve just replaced my bulb at 2700, picture i …Agree it’s a great projector. I’ve just replaced my bulb at 2700, picture is definitely brighter, might just be my imagination but also looks sharper. The bulb cost me £80 and easy to change.


yea I thinking I should buy it as I not sure if imagine got less bright, where did you buy your one from, when I put it on cinema and normal mode you can still see difference so not sure if going yetz I just don't want it too pop
Pricklerickle22/05/2020 15:51

yea I thinking I should buy it as I not sure if imagine got less bright, …yea I thinking I should buy it as I not sure if imagine got less bright, where did you buy your one from, when I put it on cinema and normal mode you can still see difference so not sure if going yetz I just don't want it too pop


LampsDirect.co.uk bought the BenQ bulb in their housing. Well worth it for £80 odd ?
suchitmehta721/05/2020 22:54

This one is a dlp project. I would say big no if you're looking for …This one is a dlp project. I would say big no if you're looking for Movies.. go for LCD or laser


I know this will seem rude, but you don't seem to know what you're talking about.
Do you realise the difference between the display technology (I. E. 3lcd/dlp/srxd etc etc) and the light source? Light source could be uhp, laser, led etc.
Also, rainbows are less of an issue on modern dlps due to the increased number of colour segments and increased wheel speeds.
Oh, and the make up the segments on the wheel, I. E. Rgbrgb v rgbwrgbw affect the accuracy of the colours and the total lumen output?
foregoneconclusion22/05/2020 15:54

LampsDirect.co.uk bought the BenQ bulb in their housing. Well worth it for …LampsDirect.co.uk bought the BenQ bulb in their housing. Well worth it for £80 odd 🏻


oh good ,I was looking at that website so good to no, not sure if mine is 1070 or 1070 +
SampleX22/05/2020 15:25

Super specificity.Erm... If I buy a projector in this price point that was …Super specificity.Erm... If I buy a projector in this price point that was twice the price before reduction, is that automatically 'all bad' too, or if I buy one of these next week at half the price, does it become partly good, or have a complete conversion?


Genuinely don't mean to sound terse but as I understand it, one of the reasons people come to this site is to save money. Sometimes, as odd as it may seem, the best advice is to spend no money, rather than throw good money away buying a bad product.

If you can find a discounted/second hand projector around that price point made by say, Optoma, Epsom or Sony I would say it's well worth looking at reviews and how much replacement components are priced etc. However, I can't emphasise enough that the many new projectors around and below the £150 mark will be a disappointment. I can't immediately think of another product where the lower end of the market offers so little.
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