4K Projector Options w/3D Under $3K
#31
Thank you @hdmkv I usually look for your posts on the zidoo and 3d stuff as you seem to be one of the few that still enjoy and care about that kind of experience! Read up your review on the PJ on the other forum and looks quite good! Did you get the one with alexa built in as thats the only one I can see on Amazon now?

@Raitsa Thanks for that link! Dont think that is available in the UK yet but sure does look awesome for a laser one!
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#32
Yes, one w/Alexa built in. Didn't need it; don't plan to use it... unfortunately the non-Alexa version is only available in EU and Asia I believe.
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#33
(2016-07-27, 14:36)hdmkv Wrote: Getting pretty excited. Reading though that for 4K, longer HDMI cables may pose issues. I have my Epson 5025UB presently connected via a 35 ft. cable. So, was considering the 5040UBe. But, if 35 ft. is still okay, I'd rather get 5040UB or the Pro Cinema 4040.

Edit: Looks like this HDMI cable may do the trick.
If I were you would go with 5025UB, no doubt 35 ft. cable look good, but with HDR for a different experience, if you want to have a projector that thanks to a lot of fancy processing, can seem to be about as sharp as true 4K (I’m not claiming equality, of course), then we’re talking about pixel shifting 1080p projectors.
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#34
(2021-02-21, 12:25)mosac3 Wrote:
(2016-07-27, 14:36)hdmkv Wrote: Getting pretty excited. Reading though that for 4K, longer HDMI cables may pose issues. I have my Epson 5025UB presently connected via a 35 ft. cable. So, was considering the 5040UBe. But, if 35 ft. is still okay, I'd rather get 5040UB or the Pro Cinema 4040.

Edit: Looks like this HDMI cable may do the trick.
If I were you would go with 5025UB, no doubt 35 ft. cable look good, but with HDR for a different experience, if you want to have a projector that thanks to a lot of fancy processing, can seem to be about as sharp as true 4K (I’m not claiming equality, of course), then we’re talking about pixel shifting 1080p projectors.


will you have a comparative with UHD60?
Do you think that with the right adjustments/calibration can we generate a very good image on a 150″ screen (matte white 1.1 gain)?
Currently, I have an Epson 5020UB, will improve my picture with UHD65?
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#35
(2016-07-27, 14:36)hdmkv Wrote: Getting pretty excited. Reading though that for 4K, longer HDMI cables may pose issues. I have my Epson 5025UB presently connected via a 35 ft. cable. So, was considering the 5040UBe. But, if 35 ft. is still okay, I'd rather get 5040UB or the Pro Cinema 4040.

Edit: Looks like this HDMI cable may do the trick.

hdmkv Wrote: Getting pretty excited. Reading though that for 4K, longer HDMI cables may pose issues. I have my Epson 5025UB presently connected via a 35 ft. cable. So, was considering the 5040UBe. But, if 35 ft. is still okay, I'd rather get 5040UB or the Pro Cinema 4040.

Edit: Looks like this HDMI cable may do the trick.
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