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TK800
TK800 4K UHD HDR Home Theater Projector, 8.3 Million Pixels, 3000 Lumens, 3D, Keystone, HDMI
Display Projection System: DLP Native Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (XPR pixel shifting technology) Resolution Support: VGA (640 x 480) to 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) Brightness (ANSI lumens): 3000 Contrast Ratio (FOFO): 10,000:1 Display 30 Bits (1.07 billion colors) Native
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TK800 4K UHD HDR Home Theater Projector, 8.3 Milli
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TK800 4K UHD HDR Home Theater Projector, 8.3 Million Pixels, 3000 Lumens, 3D, Keystone, HDMI

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Description

Display
Projection System: DLP
Native Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (XPR pixel shifting technology)
Resolution Support: VGA (640 x 480) to 4K UHD (3840 x 2160)
Brightness (ANSI lumens): 3000
Contrast Ratio (FOFO): 10,000:1
Display 30 Bits (1.07 billion colors)
Native Aspect Ratio: Native 16:9 (6 aspect ratio selectable)
Light Source: Lamp
Light Source Wattage: 240W
Light Source Life:
Normal 4000 hours
Economic 10000 hours
SmartEco 8000 hours

Optical
Throw Ratio: 1.47 - 1.76 (100 @ 10.7ft)
Zoom Ratio: 1.2:1
Lens: F/# = 1.94 - 2.06, f = 15.57 - 18.67 mm
Keystone Adjustment: 1D, Vertical and plusmn; 40 degrees
Projection Offset: 110% and plusmn;2.5%
Clear Image Size (Diagonal): 60 ~ 200
Image 30 ~ 300
Horizontal Frequency: 15K-102KHz
Vertical Scan Rate: 23-120Hz

Picture
Picture Mode: Bright/ Vivid TV/ Cinema/ Sport/ Football/ User1/ User2/ (3D)
Color Wheel Segment: 4-Seg. (RGBW)
Rec.709 Coverage: 92%

Audio
Speaker: 5W x 1

Interface
PC (D-Sub): x 1
HDMI: 2 (HDMI 1: 2.0/HDCP 2.2; HDMI 2: 1.4a/HDCP 1.4)
USB Type A: 1(2.0/Power Supply)
USB Type mini B: x 1
Audio in (3.5mm Mini Jack : x 1
Audio out (3.5mm Mini Jack): x 1
RS232 (DB-9pin): x 1
DC 12V Trigger (3.5mm Jack): x 1
IR Receiver: 2(Front/Top)
Security Bar: 1

Special Feature
HDR: Yes

Compatibility
HDTV Compatibility: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 2160p
3D Compatibility and lrm;:
Frame Sequential: Up to 1280 x 720 120Hz
Frame Packing: Up to 1080p 24Hz
Top Bottom: Up to 1080p 24Hz

Environment
Power Supply: VAC 100 ~ 240 (50/60Hz)
Typical Power Consumption: 330W
Standby Power Consumption: 0.5W
Acoustic Noise (Typ./Eco.) : 33/29dB
Operating Temperature: 0~40

Dimension and Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)(in): 13.9 x 5.3 x 10.7 in
Net Weight (lbs): 9.2 lbs

Accessories Included (Standard)
Carton: Brown carton
Remote Control w/ Battery: x 1 (RCV015)
Power Cord (by region): x 1 (3m)
User Manual CD: x 1 (27L)
Quick Start Guide: x 1 (21L)
Warranty Card (by region): x 1
Lens cover: x 1

  • 4K UHD Resolution: True 8.3 million pixels deliver awe-inspiring 4K UHD image quality with incredible clarity and crisply defined details
  • Vivid colors in any Ambient lighting: perfectly balanced high visual brightness ( 3000lm) and vivid colors ( 92% Rec.709) for well-lit environments
  • Hyper-realistic HDR10 quality: BenQ projector-optimized HDR features natural Auto HDR color and tone rendering for greater brightness and contrast
  • Compact 4K HDR Projector: sleek design with light, compact profile makes installation quick and easy with vertical Keystone and 1.2 x zoom
  • IMMERSIVE SPORTS EXPERIENCE: Dedicated Football and Sport modes with Cinema Master Audio 2 feels like youre in the stadium joining in the action.
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Great home theater.
by Valued Customer on July 24, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Clear, crisp image. Just like looking at my monitor.

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Great 4K projector
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Projector is great. I love the compact size. Works great with low basement theater. Very easy to set up. Picture quality is awesome, upscaling works great. Nothing but positive things to say, would buy again

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Mindblowing picture quality.
by Valued Customer on June 13, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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First version of review 6/13/2018. First impressions. So I received the projector about 5 days ago and spent the last few days with installation and adjustment. First test was with just a regular Firestick (non 4K). Was blown away, even without the AVR driving any surround sound. The unit has a built in speaker (mono) but enough to watch a movie or listen to videos through it. I was blown away by the quality. It is projected onto a manual pull down screen 100 inches from Elite Screens. Watched ""Big Hero Six"" with the kids on mono speaker. They were happy with it too.In depth review: TK800, Denon AVR-S740H, Philip 4K UHD player, Apple TV4K, Elite Screen Manual B 100 inch, Kanto P101W mount.Installation, though easy, with a Kanto universal ceiling mount, the instructions were a little misleading as it only had 3 mounting screw, when the manual indicates 4. So no big deal. However, as you can see on the picture, the lens is off center about 2 inches to the side, so mounting on a center of a home theatre is problem. Secondly, the center of gravity is inbetween the actual center of projector and the lens line so, installation requires some fore planning to get everyting centered onto the center.So it only has one HDMI with HDCP 2.2, which isn't a problem if you're using a AVR (my case Denon AVR -S740H) which links nicely with the projectr. It is connected via 25 feet high speed HDMI (from previous design, unsure if it's 18Gbps or 24 Gbps or just 10.2Gbps bandwidth). However, ARC is not available in this unit which negates the idea of mounting a firestick or AppleTV to the celiing and have sound come back through your AVR. This may have been convenient to free up a HDMI channel on your AVR. But it turns out all the projectors in this price range doesn't support ARC.Every change of resolution whether its going from 4k or 1080 takes the projector about 3-5 seconds. So whenever switching HDMI channel on the AVR there's a switch lag which is not too bad. But can be annoying when calibrating and installing components.So currently I have AppleTV 4k and Philips 4K UHD player connected to the AVR. Everything seems to be working well except, what I believe is bandwidth limitations from older HDMI cable. The current set up, with the 25 feet of HDMI high speed causing some signals to drop and reset resolution you see this quite frequently at 4K60hz, but is improved with 4K24Hz. But you still do see some sparkling pixels if you look at the screen close up. I have ordered a Monster 4K UHD 24Gbps 25 feet cable to see if this solves the issues of dropped signals and I will update the review with installed later.Initial setup, everything looks great, no significant lag from AVR sound to video. Pointing down, using the vertical Keystone adjustment made this a breeze. For a 100 inch screen you must have minimum of 10.4 feet or max of 12 feet. So leaves very little room for installation distance errors. There are a lot of light bleeding from the projector even in dark room which can be distracting but the picture quality remains very sharp and contrasts are very good. It also comes with a 6 feet black power cord which looks horrible with a ceiling install. I have ordered a 2 feet which power cable to replace that.Menu and settings:There is a nice info page which tells you what resolution but doesn't give you color or HDR information. There is a HDR setting I found this causes high saturation and contrast bleaching. So setting to SDR had much better picture fidelity. The 3000 lumen lamp really allows pictures to come through despite low ambient lighting. The projector has a calibration grid which is helpful for fine tuning the direction and location of projector. However, I found appleTV calibration settings more useful. Nice thing with Apple TV you can choose just about any resolution and frequency from 4k60 HDR to 4k24 HDR or 4K30 SDR or 1080p HDR or SDR etc. So you can play around with signals that way.Overall:Pros: Picture quality, Ease of use, Size, Ease of install, Price, Lumens, No serious lag, Easy to use remote,Cons: No ARC, Black Power Cord, HDR setting not very useful, off center install, Throw distance and zoom range is very narrow, not true native 4k resolution, Hot.Overall: Awesome quality projector, I love it for my home theatre. I will update review with updated HDMI cable.

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Best budget 4K projector around
by Valued Customer on June 05, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Great product very affordable projector overall it's the best 4K immulator projector. My wife and I watch movies and t.v. Shows everyday and the picture is great the colors look so natural and realistic. The only thing that I personally don't like is the light boader around it,so we had to create a black boarder around it to so the light would not bother us.

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Good Picture quality but the screen halo effect
by Valued Customer on May 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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The Picture Quality is good but the halo effect on the screen is not comfortable for me unless you don't have black masked screenso I could not enlarge the screen size as big as other projectors.

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Best projector for the price range
by Valued Customer on May 11, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Best projector for the price range. Amazing clarity for 4k Videos.

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Bright/crisp screen and vibrant colors.
by Valued Customer on May 09, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Super clear, I use the front ceiling mount and the unit was able to broadcast a beautiful and bright image from 20 feet away. The color is absolutely vibrant and with 3000 lumens even in a bright room the picture looks amazing.

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Good picture, Noisy running.
by Valued Customer on May 08, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Projector was easy to mount. Locating it on the ceiling was a breeze given it's light weight. The picture looks real good and bright in a dim but not completely dark room. The reason I gave this Benq three stars is because there is an annoying whining sound coming from it during operation. I have an Optoma and a couple of Viewsonics in the house and I can certainly hear their respective fans as I'm usually sitting under them when watching a movie. This doesn't sound like any projector or computer fan sound. Definitely louder and with a whine. May have to return this and try something else. I'm not complaining, mind you. The picture really is good compared to my 1080. Might have just gotten a lemon. Good luck.

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Out there with the best 4K projectors
by Valued Customer on May 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I upgraded from 1080P Epson projector to this 4K. I spent about a month doing research. There are really 2 consumer budget friendly 4K projectors on the market now. The Optoma UHD60 and the BenQ HT2550. The TK800 is essentially the HT2550 with 3000 lumens on the lamp instead of 2500. Everything else is similar.I chose this over the Optoma because this seemed smaller in size. The Optoma has a better contrast ratio, 1,000,000:1 compared to this but to be honest with you, I have not seen any downside. I also ready some not so flattering reviews of the UHD60.Many people will talk about how these projectors are not true 4K compared to for example, Sony's projectors, but if you don't have about 10 grand to shell out, you can't go wrong with this projector.Ultimately, I am super happy with this projector.

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Bright and Super Sharp. Colors Could Be Better.
by Valued Customer on May 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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�BenQ has been busy producing more budget 4k projector options. The TK800 is the latest 4K offering from BenQ and it's aimed at bright rooms and sports. Aside from its blue faceplate it looks identical to the BenQ HT2550 and the specs are nearly the same. However, the major difference between the models is the color wheel and brightness. The TK800 has a different color wheel which allows more brightness. However, it has less accurate color. The HT2550 covers 96% of the Rec. 709 color space and the TK800 covers 92% of Rec. 709. This means that the TK800 would be better suited for bright rooms where brightness is more important than color accuracy and the HT2550 would be better for a theater room or a light-controlled room.This is a great projector for the money but it's certainly not perfect. Since all of the pixels from the chip are not being used there is a border of light around the projected image. This is common on DLP projectors. However, it is more noticeable on the TK800 and the HT2550. The thing that makes it stand out more on this projector compared to others is that the border is so large. Its size will depend your projected screen size but it extended about 6 inches beyond my 135"" screen, which was visible on the wall around my screen. It's not a big deal since it's often difficult to see but it should be noted.PROS:PriceBrightnessSharpnessCONS:Color accuracy (92% of Rec. 709)Light border issueAudio Hiss from speaker

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The TK800 is an EXCELLENT follow up to their recently launched HT2550
by Valued Customer on April 24, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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�In short, The TK800 is an EXCELLENT follow up to their recently launched HT2550. For context, The HT2550 was the first 4K projector launched at a sub-$1,500 price point and represents one of the best values in 4K projection to date. Excellent color, sharpness, and brightness in a compact form factor led to me being blown away by the value it created in this segment of the market. I'll refer to the HT2550 a few times in this review but lets talk about it's brother, the TK800�As I stated in my review of the HT2550 - the TK800 maintains has to be viewed and judged from the lens (ha) of 4K projection. This is definitely a different market than the 1080p projector market so 4K needs to be one of your top priorities when looking at this projector.I did a lot of research on this projector before-hand. I was really interested in it's 3000 lumen claim above the HT2550's 2200 lumens. Reason being is I have a massive 160 screen that can use all the brightness it can get. Don't get me wrong, the HT2550 produced a great image with accurate color. But the brightness of the HT2550, as I stated in my review, was juuuuuust bright enough. If I had a wish list it would be a tad brighter image with all the greatness that the HT2550 brought to the table.ENTER THE TK800After a few weeks with this projector I'm happy to report that I am VERY impressed with it. Before firing it up I was slightly concerned about the move from an RGBRGB to RGBW color wheel. After all, on paper, THE ONLY thing that changed in the TK800 vs the HT2550 is the Color Wheel. I'm sure the color engine and calibration wizardry changed as well, but the light engine is using the same power draw and it has the same chassis (albeit blue vs black front plate), throw ratio, and offset as the HT2550.So lets talk about this color wheel since it is the main change in this projector since that is it's differentiator. Older DLP projectors typically used this clear �White slice of the RGBW color wheel to boost white lumens produced by the projector but they left the color lumens behind. Additionally, when those DLP projectors of the past tried to eek out color lumens with that �White slice, the color image became washed out. I was concerned this might be the case with the TK800�NOT SO FAST MY FRIEND.Somehow, someway� the BenQ engineers have calibrated this RGBW color wheel to produce a brighter, punchier, image that maintains very respectable color accuracy. The result is an image where, due to extra lumens, perceived contrast is improved, color is extremely accurate, and when you add this together on a 160 screen with 4K and even 3D content� it makes for a VERY happy customer.The first night of setting up the projector I had the HT2550 and TK800 side by side to calibrate and compare. I had a 4K HDR Blu Ray of Planet Earth II playing form my UHD Blu Ray player through an HDCP 2.2 HDMI splitter. I had similar Cinema Mode settings enabled with Brilliant Color set to �On' on both projectors. The black point seemed darker on the TK800 to my untrained eye (sadly I don't have a light meter to measure). I brought my wife into the theater and had 5 samples ready to show her. 5 times out of 5 she chose the TK800 image. The TK800 image was brighter, more punchy, and had more vivid and saturated colors. It �Wows'.�Whoa, whoa, whoa�. Hold on a sec�. What about the HT2550's color accuracy?Yep. Great point. I did these tests in my 100% light controlled theater. When completely dark and I am watching UHD Blu Rays, I still personally prefer the 96% Rec Coverage of the HT2550 to the 92% Rec Coverage of the TK800. The color is more accurate and natural on the HT2550. A great comparison to think of the two projectors would be the display produced by an IPS LCD iPhone Display vs an AMOLED Display of a Samsung S8. The iPhone is more natural, but the Samsung sure is a heck of a lot punchier and vivid. Both great displays. Different strokes for different folks.The first opportunity I had to really put it through its paces was watching the NBA Playoffs with a gathering of about 20 people coming in and out of the theater. We had the back half of the theater with lights on and even with a hefty amount of ambient lighting, the TK800 cut trough it all and still produced a great image on my 160 white 1.0 gain screen. This is a projector for sports enthusiasts, living rooms, backyard movies, and in my case a blend of all 3 in my theater.The bottom line is this, for folks with dedicated theaters and close to 100% light control, and primarily watching movies, the HT2550 is going to get you an image as close to what the Director of those films intended. If you are someone who wants as bright and vivid image as possible, don't have light control, or watch a lot of sports, the TK800 is a great choice too� AGAIN, even in a theater. It is a TON of fun and produces a bright image without a lot of tradeoffs regarding color. And if 3D is your thing, look no further. This is a great unit for 4k and 3D.As of today, it exceeded expectations and has taken a primary spot in my 9.4.4 Atmos 4K Theater� especially during the Playoffs. I might switch back to the HT2550 after the Playoffs until football season. Both are great projectors.I plan to put this through more paces including an outdoor move party so I'll be back to post additional thoughts and pictures soon. I'm also finalizing the settings that I like the most, but for what it's worth, I like the Gamma set to 2.4 instead of �BenQ in Football and Sport modes. The �BenQ Gamma setting hot spotted the whites a bit much with it's S-Curve gamma� however that BenQ Gamma setting did create quite a bright and punchy image. Personal preference! I'll be back with more when I finalize. Have fun!==================UPDATE 5/15/18I have put an addition 50+ hours on the projector and I continue to be impressed by it. I've settled on the fact that this projectors shines (ha) more-so than the HT2550 for someone who Either 1) watches more 'non-movie' content than movies, ie: TV, sports, gaming, etc etc OR 2) Wants more brightness for 3D viewing OR 3) has a screen larger than 130"" OR 4) has a projector in a room where you will be viewing with ambient light.I REALLY enjoy both the Cinema Mode and Football Mode. my adjust Football mode is so good that I will leave it in Football mode even for watching movies.My settings adjustments that differ from default for Cinema Mode are:Brightness 52Contrast 47Gamma: 2.4My settings adjustments that diifer from default for Football Mode are:Brightness 53Contrast 44Gamma 2.4I use the 'BenQ' Gamma setting (which is on by default on all modes) when I need max brightness sparingly.LOVING this projector!

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AMAZING 4K Projector and for a great price. Totally blown away!
by Valued Customer on April 23, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I was Skeptical before getting a 4K Projector. But I had heard a lot of great things about BenQ. At first I was going to get the BenQ HT2550, but when i saw they were coming out with a 4K projector with better Lumens I waited for the BenQ TK800 and boy was the wait worth it. I have this Projector connected to my Xbox One X. The Xbox One X switched to 4K display mode automatically. I am also using the FURUI Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable HDR, ARC, HDCP2.2, 3D, High Speed 18Gbps Subsampling 4:4:4/4:2:2/4:2:0 Slim and Flexible HDMI Fiber Optic Cable which is highly recommended for 4K Projection. The picture is amazing and the colors are real. I am no longer skeptical but now am a believer. BenQ has out done them selves with this projector. I give this Projector on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being poor and 10 being excellent a BIG 10. I am one satisfied customer.

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