You'll never be able to eat Victoria sponge again....I too have no need for the soundbar. If the laser picture is as good as the epsons then it will be something very special. Ill need to look at throw calculator first as bake off at 120” may be a tad much for my eyes and ill end up like clockwork orange..
I agree, and there certainly may be a market for it, but if the picture performance is as good as claimed here then it makes it a desirable product for enthusiasts also.These projectors are not really designed for home cinema enthusiasts, they are more for those that want something that they can switch on and use straight away to replace their TVs,
It doesn't look like you can add more speakers to the projector as it states DD 2.0, and I doubt it will have an input for a pre-out connection from a receiver (although I could be wrong) so I would think that the success of this product could rest on the quality of the speaker.(You also may (We will have to wait for full details to emerge to be sure) be able to use the soundbar as a centre channel if you do go full home cinema)
Details here UHZ65UST Ultra short throw smart laser 4K Ultra HD projectorAnyone know the dimensions of the unit? Anyone recommend a good screen for it? I like the idea of a projector screen that rises up from the floor & not coming down from the ceiling
Thanks Bill much appreciatedDetails here UHZ65UST Ultra short throw smart laser 4K Ultra HD projector
For the screen have a word with a few dealers and explain what you need, they should then be able to point you in the right direction. (Getting the right screen for the projector and room is very important for best picture quality)
Just do a quick google search for Home Cinema Dealers in you area and you should find a good selection to choose from. (Use their experience (Particually the smaller dealerships) to reduce the chance of making a mistake, if they also stock the projector even better)Thanks Bill much appreciated
Size wise for me that would fit (W-576 x D-383 x H-130mm & weighs 11kg) so will now have a look at what screen options are available-cheers, If anyone knows a few dealers I could ask I would be very grateful
For those who are asking for input lag: it's not quite good
You can check from this review: Test Optoma UHZ65UST : l’avis de Grégory – – Le Blog de PHC – (english at the bottom of the page)
What is the sound like using the in-built sound-bar? Assuming one does not need surround sound, would it be advisable to invest in a decent dedicated standalone soundbar for decent sound ? I presume a good external media player would also be better than the one that has been incorporated into the projector. Your input will be appreciated.It was very good. An ambient light rejecting screen was used in a fairly bright environment. This will be a great solution for many.