Optoma UHD50X 3400 lumens 4K UHD Projector

Original price was: $1,299.00.Current price is: $1,226.19.

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From the award-winning platform of 4K UHD ultra-fast 240Hz family of projectors from Optoma, introcucing the UHD35 with increased brightness and contrast. Experience next-level gaming on a huge screen with the 3,600 lumens, 4K UHD Optoma UHD35 home entertainment projector. Project images up to 300 inches with incredible details, vibrant colors, and outstanding input response for unmatched 4K HDR cinematic and gaming experiences. HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 support ensures connectivity to the latest 4K UHD devices while a 12V trigger enables control of motorized screens. Up to 15,000-hour lamp life delivers many years of use with minimal maintenance when using Dynamic mode for a lower total cost of ownership.

What’s in the box
  • UH35 projector, quick start user manual, remote, batteries for remote, power cable

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About this item
  • TRUE 4K ULTRA HD: Experience high-quality home cinema feel with 4K Ultra HD with 8.3 million distinct addressable on-screen pixels
  • LAG-FREE GAMING: Ultra-fast 240Hz gaming for blur-free visuals and unparalleled smoothness––combined with Enhanced Gaming Mode to produce a 4.2ms response time at 1080p, 16ms at 4K UHD, for the lowest input lag on a 4K projector
  • HDR & HLG COMPATIBLE: Enjoy brighter whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and
  • videos, enabled by HDR10 & HLG technologies
  • ULTRA-BRIGHT: Enjoy 3,600 lumens of brightness in your home theater room, family room, gaming room – or even outdoors for backyard movie nights
  • CRISP, COLORFUL PICTURE: UltraDetail technology ensures enhanced image sharpness with a higher frame rate to deliver a crystal clear picture; RGBWRGBW 8 segment color wheel increases the color ratio for richer, vivid and cinematic image
  • DYNAMIC BLACK: Dynamic Black technology provides more depth to the image by smoothing lamp output to create a high contrast ratio (1,000,000:1); bright scenes appear clear while dark scenes remain detailed
  • EASY IMAGE SETUP: Whether ceiling mounted or placed on a table, get the picture just right with 1.1x zoom and ±40° keystone correction
  • VARIETY OF INPUTS: Connect with gaming consoles, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices, Blu-ray players, ChromeCast, Roku, Amazon Fire Stick & other streaming devices; input options include HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 support, HDMI 4K, USB, VGA, and more
  • LONG LAMP LIFE: Enjoy up to 15,000 hours of lamp life, enabling an average of two 2-hour movies every day 10 plus years
  • STANDARD THROW PROJECTION: Project a 120″ image from approximately 13.1 feet away; UHD35 projects up to a 300″ image

5 reviews for Optoma UHD50X 3400 lumens 4K UHD Projector

  1. Benjamin

    Very good projector!
    There weren’t very many reviews on this particular projector. We were looking to upgrade to 4K, but didn’t want a super big price tag. This was decent priced for what we were looking for. I compared the UHD38 and UHD50X to this projector. The only thing that I noticed a big difference was the lumens and the price. This was only 400 lumens less than the UHD38…and everything else they had the same exact features on it. The UHD50X difference is it’s easier to fine tune the image alignment with 5-15 % vertical lens shift and wider 1.3x zoom. I pretty much had my previous projector set (1080p HD projector) and it was easy to set this projector up. I didn’t need to adjust much at all. The UHD35 is a bit cheaper than the UHD38 and it probably because of the lumens difference. I purchased the 2021 model. I have a screen made to work well with ambient light, so we don’t have lighting issues…picture is phenomenal as it is very crisp and clear even during the day. You will not be disappointed….we definitely are very pleased! I didn’t have the issues that some reviewers said that they had. It was very easy to set up and we are very pleased with our purchase.

  2. Isabella

    Perfect for Dedicated Home Theater But…(Update)
    Update: I left my original review below for Optoma fans to read. As for me, I had a problem almost the same day that I wrote the review. The projector started flickering in monochrome colors and did not respond to the remote to turn it off. It turned off on its own after about a minute. Then the blue & red LEDs for status began blinking together to form “purple”. I had to disconnect the power cord after letting the lamp cool to get the unit to restart and it did. I looked to see if others had a similar problem on forums. A few people did and one guy suggested blowing out the lamp compartment with compressed air. That did NOT sound like a good idea so I contacted Optoma. The tech was very brief and curt in his reply. He told me to press “sync” if it happened again. I looked that up since I recalled “sync” only helping with 3D issues and this had nothing to do with a 3D Blu-ray disc. This happened again several times and after an additional attempt at getting a reply from Optoma support I finally decided to return the unit. I had been reluctant to switch from LCD to DLP technology originally but reviews seemed enticing. Wish my experience had been better. Maybe this was just a bad unit as noted in at least one other review but the support was so poor I did not want to continue down that path. My previous experience with a SONY and an EPSON projector did not involve service issues of ANY kind for more than 8 years for either unit. Note that this unit is only about one month old as I write this update. Hope someone at Optoma learns from this review.

  3. Henry

    Amazing picture quality, low input lag, acceptable HDR quality
    Upgraded from my 3-yrs-old optoma HD27e, I don’t regret to buy it. The 4k picture density is unbeatable in a 100″ screen when compare to normal 1080p projector.

    It’s brighter than HD27e. So in bright mode it is a little bit too bright for movie and the fan noise is quite obvious (but just like hd27e, it is still acceptable). When playing movie, it is good to turn the brightness mode to dynamic. The contrast would be enhanced. In this mode, the projector become very quiet. Since I don’t need to adjust the keystone correction, the enhanced gaming mode is perfect for me. It provides real 4k gaming with very low input lag. Comparing the input lag of my dell s2721dgf gaming monitor, I don’t feel any different. No downsampling this time, the 4k picture quality remain the same under this mode. It’s the real deal for me since I’m looking for a 4K projector which is good in response time so that i can enjoy both, watching 4k movie and playing game.

    The HDR quality is quite acceptable within projector compatibility. According to my research, I think optoma has made some adjustment in HDR remapping so it is better than previous models. The only drawback is that it has some wired bug to set it in non-HDR mode with google Chromecast. If I turn the “Match content dynamic range” off in chromecast, the color wash out. So I need to keep this function on to avoid the bug . That means I can’t turn off HDR content in chromecast.

  4. Evelyn

    Picture is pixly and does not look clean or 4k
    I went to this projector from my Epson 2040. So I think I have a basic idea of what a projector picture should look like. I didn’t notice this at first as I did mostly gaming but when you are watching movies. ( I have a 4k fire stick) anything bright, that covers a large area and is of similar colour (mostly the sky or walls) looks horrible and pixelly. I have played with the settings tried another firestick but it comes down to the projector being a terrible product and not handling colour input well and having a problem displaying colours. 8 bit or 10 bit. It has a huge problem with the detailing of small changes in colors.

    Please see the pictures below of what I mean.

    I regret not watching more movies in the refund period to find this problem. Do not buy this projector for movies. It’s not bad for games but the colours are not accurate; yellow is more orange and red is oversaturated

  5. Alexander

    Love this projector, very impressed
    Love this projector, everyone who has seen it at our place has been impressed with the quality. We have it set up to project on a 120” fixed frame projector screen. Gaming is unreal, lol! Picture quality is great even with lights on (we do have this set up in our basement though with minimal natural light in the theatre area so I can’t speak for a sunlit room). Just note, you do have to play around with the settings to get the nice rich color, that is not the standard light settings for whatever reason.

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