Optoma UHD35x True 4K UHD Gaming Projector | 3,600 Lumens | 4.2ms Response Time at 1080p with Enhanced Gaming Mode | 240Hz Refresh Rate | HDR10 & HLG

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  • 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
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Optoma UHD35x True 4K UHD Gaming Projector | 3,600 Lumens | 4.2ms Response Time at 1080p with Enhanced Gaming Mode | 240Hz Refresh Rate | HDR10 & HLG
Optoma UHD35x True 4K UHD Gaming Projector | 3,600 Lumens | 4.2ms Response Time at 1080p with Enhanced Gaming Mode | 240Hz Refresh Rate | HDR10 & HLG




Specification: Optoma UHD35x True 4K UHD Gaming Projector | 3,600 Lumens | 4.2ms Response Time at 1080p with Enhanced Gaming Mode | 240Hz Refresh Rate | HDR10 & HLG

Product Dimensions

10.6 x 12.4 x 4.6 inches

Item Weight

8.77 pounds

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Date First Available

November 25, 2022


Optoma Technology Inc

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9 reviews for Optoma UHD35x True 4K UHD Gaming Projector | 3,600 Lumens | 4.2ms Response Time at 1080p with Enhanced Gaming Mode | 240Hz Refresh Rate | HDR10 & HLG

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  1. Rana Ahmed

    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

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  2. Mr Engr

    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.

    If you need a short throw projector or want to move the projector often keep looking. My review will only cover this projector in a dedicated home theater with no windows and a 120 inch fixed screen with plenty of length and height for projector and screen placement. This is my third projector with the first being a 1999 model Sony 720p unit that cost $6,000. The second was the much-lauded Epson 8350 3-LCD and 1080p projector that cost about $1000. (This unit is about the same price corrected for inflation.) The built-in speaker is about what you would expect but why would someone create a dedicated home theater and not include at least a decent 5.1 surround system? Here is why I bought this projector after considering about 20 from four manufacturers. The picture is sharp, crisp and has much more color saturation than my previous projector. I have native HDR without settling for 1080p resolution units that are «compatible» and able to process HDR input. The HDR is manipulated to make it specifically function with this unit according to reviews and the results seem good as you will see from my sample snapshots taken with a Motorola Moto G Power phone that has a good but not great camera. The picture mode is set to Cinema as recommended in reviews and brightness is Eco and that works well in a dark room. Any additional brightness would cause eye strain in my opinion. Color saturation seems very good in this mode to me and is miles ahead of my previous projector. The images are free of rainbow effect that some people associated with DLP. There are no screen hot spots unlike what I encountered in some bright scenes with the Epson. So far, all action shots seem very smooth but I have not watched football as of yet. Where I always noticed jutter with the Epson when the credits roll there is a slight hint still there but I have to look for it. Credits with small print are much more readable. I did increase brightness and contrast AFTER taking the shots above but only by a couple of points and far from a major increase. This was as a matter of curiosity almost as much as any perceived necessity. The first picture, from TAXI, is from an old 4:3 DVD that is not Blu-ray and it was upscaled dramatically. The DVD player is a SONY UBP-X700 connected over a good HDMI cable 30 feet in length. The rest of the pictures are from Life in Color (4k & HDR) and played through a Roku 4k/HDR 8310X stick since I don’t have my 18Gbps cables for input from my DVD yet. My screen, for now, is an off-brand, inexpensive-but-surprisingly-good outdoor unit mounted in front of my $1100 21-year-old Da-Lite fixed screen that has seen better days. It supposedly has a 1:1 gain so consider the image quality with the projector settings + the screen properties. The center of my lens is within 1/2 inch of the 13 ft — 10 in calculation that leaves the lens adjustment centered between left and right adjustments. Also, the lens center should be 3″ above the top of your screen’s final white edge for ceiling mount and 3 inches below for an upright mount at floor level. I spent less than 10 seconds focusing the lens with text on the screen and I am pleased with the results. Note that the Optoma calculator yields the shortest throw for a given image size and then shows the total amount back from there that will work for the lens. That means you need to divide that max offset by 2 and add the result to the dimension shown to get the ideal location. Don’t forget to also add the offset between front of projector and mounting screws for your ceiling mount. I used the back 2 screws and that added another 8.5 inches as I recall to that 13-10 dimension. I took time to calculate all this because the most technical reviews said that using keystone and offset corrections results in small-but-measurable picture distortions. My images seem clear to my eyes over all the way to the corners of the screen. In summary, it took me several days to come up with my choice but once I put my must-haves at the top of the list and checked again in my mind how important those were, I came up with this choice. Btw, I did consider another 1080p projector based upon some discussions but decided this was the way to go and I am very glad I did. Keep in mind that I cannot comment on reliability or Optoma support since I have had this unit less than a week.

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  3. Roger M

    Needed an upgrade from 1080 to 4k this is ok, I would not say amazing or mind blowing but my old projector got bust and this i worth the upgrade. My reasons for picking this model is the brightness it allows me to have some minimal ambient lighting and still be able to enjoy music or general tv with guests. For movie watching u have to make the room dark to enjoy but its good to be able to view with some ambient room lighting. This was the only reason i did not pick the rival BenQ models

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  4. John Mrazek

    Sufficient brightness to view during the day in a well lit room. High resolution and incredible
    detail. So glad I purchased a projector versus a larger screen TV.

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  5. Mr Engr

    Very happy with the UHD35 so far, coming from an old 1080p Wimius S1 projector. It is a night and day difference in terms of brightness and sharpness. 4K looks clear, colors are vibrant, blacks are decent, and it is BRIGHT.

    Not perfect though. There are some minor issues with purple fringing and blockiness in color gradations. I plan to keep mine for now. I think for ~$1000 (if you can still find it for that price), it’s a decent performer and probably the lowest price for a 4K projector. Not expecting it perform like a $2K-$3K projector. I did consider the Epson 3080 and 4010 too, but those were more pricey.

    — Bright picture (especially HDR highlights). Easily viewable during the daytime in ambient light.
    — 4K looks sharp. Definitely noticeable around text and edges compared to 1080p resolution.
    — Good color/contrast. Maybe slightly oversaturated out of the box but can be turned down in settings.
    — Low input lag for gaming. Tested on several XBO games and I do feel a difference from my LED TV.
    — Very quiet in ECO mode.
    — 3D capable and works great. Just re-watched Avatar in 3D and it looked fantastic. Need to buy DLP-Link 3D glasses.

    Not so Good:
    — No Lens shift and limited zoom range. 11ft distance will give you a ~100” picture but you can only move it maybe +/- 1 ft until you hit the zoom limits. Also need to ensure the projector is centered and placed at the right height to get a square image. It does have digital keystone correction but I try to avoid using it.
    — Slight purple fringing / aberrations around white text. For me it’s only noticeable if I get up close and actually looking for it. Some reports of this online as well. But during fast motion scenes you don’t notice.
    — Some blockiness in areas of subtle color gradations. One Amazon review reported this as well, and we noticed it while watching some Pixar movies, but then other movies we did didn’t notice at all. This is probably my main gripe with it. Some reports say adjusting the color space settings help, but I haven’t fully tested yet.
    — Black levels could be better, but I think is acceptable for the price. Shadow details are nice and clear at least.
    — Fan is a bit noisy on the ‘Bright’ Setting. Still quieter than my old projector.
    — Remote feels laggy sometimes. You have point it just right at the projector.

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  6. Revenge

    So I planned to have this sitting slightly to the left or right of the screen, and use keystone to correct the angles. Do not make my mistake — do not try to do it with this projector.
    The UX for correcting picture is awesome and it’s very easy to do, however distortion is the price you will pay. And you’ll pay dearly. Using this with 100” screen even a couple % of correction make me want to barf.
    On the bright side: it is very bright and responsive. I ended up actually decreasing the brightness for regular evening viewing.
    This thing is virtually noiseless(sitting right next to it) but produces quite a bit of heat.
    All and all — awesome piece of equipment, but be sure to plan your installation front and center of the screen in a well -ventilated area.

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  7. Rebecca Piquette

    screen large 15 feet ; faut 22 feet de recul

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  8. Rebecca Piquette

    I hope is a defective projector. All the writing looks bad.

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  9. John Mrazek

    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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