4K Home Cinema Projector
Enjoy every game in your own
True 4K UHD Display
Optoma UHD51A delivers accurate, razor sharp, high quality images by leveraging the DLP 4K UHD chip and XPR technology. Capitalizing on the fast switching speed of the DLP chip and advanced image processing, over 8 million pixels are delivered to the screen.
Full 8.3M pixels display
“The UHD51A is powered by a revolutionary Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP Chipset featuring a high performance DMD utilizing XPR video processing technology with fast switching to display 8.3 million pixels (4x the number of pixels of 1080p) as mandated by the Consumer Technology Association’s 4K UHD 2160p specification.”
8.3M On Screen Pixels
You won’t miss anything!
The lenses optical grade plays a crucial part in projector image quality especially for 4K UHD projectors where the pixels are so fine. Thanks to the newly designed high resolution lens, the UHD51A is optically capable of resolving and showing all the details the 4K UHD content has to offer. You won’t miss anything from your favorite sports!
Brand New Lens Designed for 4K UHD Resolution
Lens resolving capability plays a crucial part in projector image quality especially for 4K UHD projectors which the pixels are so fine. Thanks to the brand new designed 93 lp/mm lens,Optoma UHD51A is capable of resolving and showing all the details the contents have to offer and you won’t miss any tiny movements of your favorite players.
The UHD51A offers true to life, stunning colors that meet the Consumer Technology Association standards for Wide Color Gamut display. Being able to receive and decode ITU-R recommended BT.2020 input signals and remap appropriately for display, you can expect nothing but the best cinematic colors.
Wide Color Gamut
CTA defined WCG Display as a TV, monitor or projector may be referred to as a Wide Color Gamut (WCG) Display if it meets the following minimum attributes:
• Rendering exceeds 100% of Recommendation Rec.709 colors.
Stunning HDR Performance
High Dynamic Range is one of the most important features that greatly improves the viewing experience for 4K UHD displays.The UHD51A manages HDR metadata incredibly well, retaining details in both extremes of light and dark on the same image, so as to bring you exactly what your eyes perceive in real life scenarios. A natural balance between the brightest and the darkest areas ensures no details are lost, making the projected HDR images second to none.
What is HDR
HDR stands for high dynamic range. In a nutshell, HDR is the ability to display a wider and richer range of colors, much brighter whites, and much deeper, darker blacks in the encoded contents.HDR removes the limitations of both contrast and dynamic range by providing additional information (metadata) about brightness and color across a “wider range”.
Enhanced Viewing Experience with HDR
The human visual system can perceive a broader range of luminance and color gamut levels than what can be displayed with Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) displays. Picture information is greatly lost in especially dark and light areas. HDR provides audiences with an enhanced viewing experience as close to the human eye as possible.
Professionally engineered for users, UHD51A has a very quiet operation at 25 dB.Enjoy TV shows,movies,games with peace of mind.
PureMotion is a sophisticated frame interpolation processing technology that compensates for videos filmed in 24fps to remove motion blur. The processing generates transitional frames in between existing ones to reduce motion judder, giving you a smooth viewing experience during action packed, fast-moving scenes.
Experience Full HD 3D projection with the UHD51A straight from your Blu-ray source. Optoma UHD51A is fully compatible with the DLP-Link 3D solution allowing you to enjoy 3D cinematic projection from your existing Blu-ray disc collection.For the best Blu-ray 3D performance, 1920x1080 resolution is recommended. Please note that there is no 4K 3D standard available.
DLP 1-chip systems are inherently mechanically perfectly aligned.
For 3 panel systems, any panel misalignment can cause color or image artifacts and lost resolution.
4K pixels are typically smaller than 1080p pixels, making alignment in 3 panel systems even more challenging.