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Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer

Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer

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Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer
Optoma UHD51ALV True 4K UHD Smart Projector with HDR | Super Bright 3,000 Lumens | HDR10 | Works with Alexa and Google Assistant | Voice Command to Activate Projector | USB Media Streamer

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Style: 3000 lumens/2018 Model, Brighter output


Pattern Name: Single


Features

  • COMPATIBLE WITH ALEXA & GOOGLE ASSISTANT: With Echo devices or Google Home, take control of the UHD51A with voice commands to power on/off, adjust volume, change inputs, and control USB media playback
  • True 4K Ultra HD: experience high-quality home cinema feel with 4K Ultra HD with 8. 3 million distinct addressable on-screen pixels, enabled by the Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP chipset
  • HD compatible: HDR10 technology with dci-p3 wide color gamut support displays everything in the rec. 2020 colors to match Television and Film quality; also Providing brighter whites, deeper blacks, and greater color depth
  • 4K video playback with the integrated USB media player. Operating Temperature-41104F (540C), 85% max humidity
  • Ultra-sharp picture: Ultra detail technology ensures enhanced image sharpness with a higher frame rate to deliver a crystal clear picture.Noise Level:28/25dB (Bright/ECO)
  • Enhanced color wheel: an RGBRGB color wheel increases the color Ratio for richer, vivid and cinematic image
  • More image depth: dynamic Black technology provides more depth to the image by smoothing lamp output to create a high contrast ratio (500, 000: 1); bright scenes appear clear while dark scenes remain detailed
  • Variety of inputs: connect with most media players, gaming consoles, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices with input options such as HDMI 2. 0 inputs with HDCP 2. 2 support, HDMI 4K, USB, VGA, and more
  • Flexible installation: Whether ceiling mounted or placed on a table, Get your picture just right with 1. 3x manual and 0. 8 2. 0 digital zoom, 1. 21 1. 59, +10% Throw Ratio, vertical lens shift and keystone correction
  • 4x the pixels of 1080p: see more detail with 4 times the pixels of your 1080p HDTV; higher resolution creates a razor sharp picture for the ultimate 4K home theater experience

Description

Style:3000 lumens/2018 Model, Brighter output | Pattern Name:Single Take control of your home theater via voice commands using Alexa or Google Assistant. With smart home skills, control your 4K UHD 2, 400 lumen Optima UHD51A projector with intuitive voice control and easy integration with Echo or Google Home devices. Use voice commands to power the projector on and off, change volume, change input source and control the USB media player. The Optima UHD51A's 4K ultra high definition resolution, 2, 400 lumens of brightness, wide color gamut support and up to 500, 000: 1 contrast ratio combined with HDR compatibility delivers amazing detail, clarity and vibrant colors that bring your favorite movies and video games to life. The latest Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP chipset with high-performance video processing technology drives the Optima UHD51A and meets the Consumer Technology Association's definition of true 4K Ultra HD. This innovative fast-switching technology displays 8. 3-million simultaneous distinct pixels at screen sizes up to 300" for an immersive home cinematic experience. A pair of HDMI 2. 0 inputs with HDCP 2. 2 support ensures the Optima UHD51A works with the latest 4K UHD video playback devices and game consoles with HDR at 60Hz refresh rates for unmatched smoothness. Optical zoom (1. 3x) and 15% vertical lens shift provide installation flexibility for most any environment.


Brand Name: Optoma


Item Weight: 11.75 pounds


Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 15.4 x 5.1 inches


Item model number: UHD51ALV


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Color Name: Black


Special Features: Vertical Lens Shift 15% offset (with tolerance 5%), 4K UHD Upscale Upscales WXGA, 720p, 1080p, WUXGA, 1440p resolutions and frame rates up to 4K UHD (3840 x 2160), 60 Hz


Date First Available: September 5, 2018


Style: 3000 lumens/2018 Model, Brighter output


Pattern Name: Single


Features

  • COMPATIBLE WITH ALEXA & GOOGLE ASSISTANT: With Echo devices or Google Home, take control of the UHD51A with voice commands to power on/off, adjust volume, change inputs, and control USB media playback
  • True 4K Ultra HD: experience high-quality home cinema feel with 4K Ultra HD with 8. 3 million distinct addressable on-screen pixels, enabled by the Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP chipset
  • HD compatible: HDR10 technology with dci-p3 wide color gamut support displays everything in the rec. 2020 colors to match Television and Film quality; also Providing brighter whites, deeper blacks, and greater color depth
  • 4K video playback with the integrated USB media player. Operating Temperature-41104F (540C), 85% max humidity
  • Ultra-sharp picture: Ultra detail technology ensures enhanced image sharpness with a higher frame rate to deliver a crystal clear picture.Noise Level:28/25dB (Bright/ECO)
  • Enhanced color wheel: an RGBRGB color wheel increases the color Ratio for richer, vivid and cinematic image
  • More image depth: dynamic Black technology provides more depth to the image by smoothing lamp output to create a high contrast ratio (500, 000: 1); bright scenes appear clear while dark scenes remain detailed
  • Variety of inputs: connect with most media players, gaming consoles, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices with input options such as HDMI 2. 0 inputs with HDCP 2. 2 support, HDMI 4K, USB, VGA, and more
  • Flexible installation: Whether ceiling mounted or placed on a table, Get your picture just right with 1. 3x manual and 0. 8 2. 0 digital zoom, 1. 21 1. 59, +10% Throw Ratio, vertical lens shift and keystone correction
  • 4x the pixels of 1080p: see more detail with 4 times the pixels of your 1080p HDTV; higher resolution creates a razor sharp picture for the ultimate 4K home theater experience

Description

Style:3000 lumens/2018 Model, Brighter output | Pattern Name:Single Take control of your home theater via voice commands using Alexa or Google Assistant. With smart home skills, control your 4K UHD 2, 400 lumen Optima UHD51A projector with intuitive voice control and easy integration with Echo or Google Home devices. Use voice commands to power the projector on and off, change volume, change input source and control the USB media player. The Optima UHD51A's 4K ultra high definition resolution, 2, 400 lumens of brightness, wide color gamut support and up to 500, 000: 1 contrast ratio combined with HDR compatibility delivers amazing detail, clarity and vibrant colors that bring your favorite movies and video games to life. The latest Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP chipset with high-performance video processing technology drives the Optima UHD51A and meets the Consumer Technology Association's definition of true 4K Ultra HD. This innovative fast-switching technology displays 8. 3-million simultaneous distinct pixels at screen sizes up to 300" for an immersive home cinematic experience. A pair of HDMI 2. 0 inputs with HDCP 2. 2 support ensures the Optima UHD51A works with the latest 4K UHD video playback devices and game consoles with HDR at 60Hz refresh rates for unmatched smoothness. Optical zoom (1. 3x) and 15% vertical lens shift provide installation flexibility for most any environment.


Brand Name: Optoma


Item Weight: 11.75 pounds


Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 15.4 x 5.1 inches


Item model number: UHD51ALV


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Color Name: Black


Special Features: Vertical Lens Shift 15% offset (with tolerance 5%), 4K UHD Upscale Upscales WXGA, 720p, 1080p, WUXGA, 1440p resolutions and frame rates up to 4K UHD (3840 x 2160), 60 Hz


Date First Available: September 5, 2018


Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Colin Dunn - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2018
Happy with this projector. Finally, a 4K projector that checks all the boxes for well under $2K.
I ordered this projector a few weeks ago and dropped it into my system. I was excited because this was the first projector to come to market that checks all the boxes for under $2,000. RGBRGB color wheel for accurate color reproduction? Check. Support for HDMI 2.0 / HDCP 2.2? Check. Support for viewing 3D Blu-ray content? Check. Enough brightness to use outside of a bat cave? Check. So finally, 4K arrived in my home theater. The first thing I observed is that it does have a fairly short throw and only a small degree of lens shift, so you will either have to ceiling-mount or coffee table mount. Focus is manual. No motorized "lens memory" features for fans of 2.35:1 constant image height setups. Shelf mounting at the back of the room is not likely to work in most installations. This projector uses the 0.47" DLP chip with pixel-shifting. However, pixels do not appear to overlap when viewed up close - you can actually see the "screen door" effect if you put your face right up next to the screen. Unlike in the days of 720p projectors, no screen door effect is visible at normal viewing distances. Seeing the "screen door" up close is desirable - it means pixel-shifting DLP works and can reproduce a true 3840x2160 image, in which every pixel is individually distinguishable. It also means the optics of the lens are good enough to render high-resolution images. After using a Panasonic PT-3000AU 3LCD projector for the last decade, this projector was a big upgrade. It throws a brighter, more vibrant image on my 120" screen. While no lamp-based projector can fully reproduce HDR content, I can say that 4K HDR content is noticeably clearer with more vibrant colors. The expanded color space of 4K HDR also made for very smooth gradients, with considerably less "banding" artifacts compared to 1080p Blu-ray on my old projector. The UHD51A uses an RGBRGB color wheel, which is best for home theater applications as it renders colors most accurately. Competing models that have higher lumen ratings (high 2000s to mid 3000s) use an RGBW wheel, but that extra brightness is lost when the projector is calibrated for accurate color reproduction. The RGBW wheel gives extra white lumens that can cut through ambient light, but I found the UHD51A's RGBRGB wheel to be bright enough to illuminate a 120" 1.1-gain screen in my living room, which is not totally light-controlled. HDR is not rendered as well as on an OLED TV, but those are prohibitively expensive if you want a picture size over 65". The visual impact of a 120" picture is considerable. Black levels are not state of the art, but they are good enough. It's comparable to what you would experience if you went to a movie theater with digital projection. Projector users are familiar with these compromises; that aspect has not changed in the last decade. Like all the 0.47" DLPs on the market, this projector does have a "light border" that extends past the picture area, and even past the black borders on my screen. If this bothers you, paint your screen wall a flat black to reduce this effect. I do wish TI would fix this in the 0.47" DLP light engine. A projector should not project light outside the borders of the image. But again, all 0.47" DLPs have this issue currently, so consider it when setting up your theater. I didn't set up the Amazon Alexa features so can't comment on those. Also haven't tried 3D yet, but am looking forward to watching a 3D movie on a 120" screen. This review may seem negative, as I pointed out some caveats and limitations. It's important to take these issues into account, and this projector may not work in every room. I did have to re-arrange my room to get this projector into my system, but it was worth the trouble. No one else offers a 4K + 3D projector for well under $2,000. It has given my theater a considerable boost in picture quality, and I finally get to enjoy 4K content the way it was meant to be seen. If, like me, you want both 4K UHD and 3D, this is the best bargain going currently.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel B. Lyle - Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2018
Absolutely stunning 3D
I have been observing carefully the 4k projector progression for years, hoping to have: 1) reasonable price (below $2,000); an enhancement of the 2K quality of 3D 1080Px2 by regards to its increased pixel projection; and 3) enhancement of the irritating 1/2 decrease in illumination of 3D versus a 2D projection. With the Optoma UHD51ALV 4K unit I received and set up yesterday, I'm delighted to say I've gotten all of that (plus of course 4K flat projection as a viewing option for UHD blu rays). 3D from this unit (projecting and viewing several different 3D discs) was absolutely stunning: (compared to my prior faithful workhorse, BenQ W1070 1080P 3D Home Theater Projector) the 1080P is more detailed, the colors more vibrant, and the picture brighter, up to a normal viewing level (versus the dusky 3D of the Benq that ones eyes would have to adjust down to). My faithul (now retired) BenQ was 2,000 lumens and this unit is 3,000 lumens, giving me a very significant increase in brightness without washing out any colors (as happens if one just tries to brighten up an image on its own). I directly compared 4K to 3D on this unit using the picture "India" that's provided as both 4K and 3D in the same offering. 4K on this unit is spectacular, with amazing crispness and detail in the smallest features. The 2K of the 3D rendering is a bit less crisp and detailed in the small features compared to the 4K, but still superior to what I've previously viewed from 1080P discs. What with the increased (to normal viewing levels) brightness while maintaining vibrant colors, the 3D from this projector is nothing less than stunning. For instance in the India documentary versus the spectacular 4K details, the 3D surrounds you and pulls you into the depths of the picture, as close to looking through a magic window at the real thing as you can get (versus seeing a flat, wonderful rendering of reality in 4K). So my point is that though this is rightly touted as an excellent 4K projector, it's ALSO a fabulous 3D projector for those of us with two working eyeballs that savor such renderings. Also please note that you need not freak out (as I almost did) when initially exploring the settings I found the 3D options missing or grayed and unresponsive. After my long search and laying down nearly $2,000 to buy this thing I had the terrible thought that I'd been sent the wrong model, one that only did 4K not 3D. But, fortunately, I decided to slap in a 3D disc and was delighted when the projector recognized the format and lit up the 3D settings for usage. Whew! Anywho, the only thing that would make this unit better is if it could render (nonexistant) 4K 3D as 8K. Actually, that's not so fantastic as I read 8K TV's are right around the corner, making it quite feasible to view a 4Kx2 3D disc! Hey, you tech geniuses, don't forget us 3D nuts! And thanks to Optoma for not leaving us behind, but giving us an even better experience as the world moves to 4K. Well done!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Craig - Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2018
Paid the extra for 3D, not for the Alexa integration... was worth it...
A great projector for the price. 3D - works HDR - works 4K - works Picture quality - looks great to me... Downsides: - in a totally dark room, I wish the blacks were more, well, black. even with HRD. they are good, but I wish it was darker on the darks. brightness is amazing (I have a fully windowless room in the basement) - takes time to warmup - alexa connection is a hassle (optoma's fault) their mobile app is terrible, but managed to get it done. Not very useful, since I have Harmony. - Fire TV Cube doesn't recognize it... - When switching between regular 4k and HDR 4k, it takes a couple of seconds - I think I bought the official mount for it, and was surprised it doesn't support up/down. sadly after I installed the screen already... I had to go through weird workarounds to add that half inch of a tilt down... (the angle button didn't get far enough) Other than that, very happy... but I'm not a projector expert.