4K Ultra High Definition Home Theater Projector

UHD60

  • True 4K UHD 3840×2160 resolution, bright 3,000 lumens with cinematic color
  • HDR10-compatibility produces the bright whites, deep blacks and life-like color
  • HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 ensures compatibility with the latest 4K UHD devices for stunning image quality
  • Vertical lens-shift and 1.6x zoom provide flexible installation
  • UltraDetail allows fine adjustments to image clarity and sharpness, resulting in a clear and highly detailed image
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Bring the ultimate 4K experience home with the Optoma UHD60

The Optoma UHD60 is a 3,000 lumen 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) home theater projector that delivers breathtaking image quality. HDR10 compatibility with DCI-P3 wide color gamut and 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio produce incredible cinematic colors with deeper blacks and brighter whites.

A Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP chipset forms its heart and meets the CTA definition of 4K UHD. The high-performance DLP chipset displays 8.3-million distinct simultaneous pixels on screen and projects images up to 140-inches.

HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 connectivity provides compatibility with 4K UHD devices. A 15-percent vertical lens-shift and 1.6x optical zoom provide installation flexibility while up to 15,000 hours of lamp life ensure reliability.

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Amazing Color

Our projectors are capable of reproducing the Rec.709 color gamut, the international HDTV standard to guarantee accurate reproduction of cinematic color exactly as the director intended. Our projectors can also create saturated colors, great for gaming and animated movies.

Dynamic Black Technology

This feature gives more depth to your image by smoothly adjusting the lamp output to create a stunning high contrast ratio. Bright scenes appear crisp and clear, while dark scenes remain detailed with deep blacks and exceptional light and shade detail.

UltraDetail

This technology ensures all the information contained in an image is accurately reproduced on the screen to give a stunning crystal clear, pin-sharp picture. Complex algorithms detect each frame and improve image sharpness before the frame is projected.

CMS

The Color Management System (CMS) displays accurate, life-like colors and gives you the flexibility to fine-tune the color settings to the Rec. 709 standard for optimal precision.

Vertical Lens Shift

Vertical lens shift simplifies installations by shifting the image up and down without image distorsion to provide a wider range of projector placement possibilities,  making it easier to position the projector in a room.

DCI-P3

Color the way it is meant to be seen – rich, colorful and cinematic pictures and games via DCI-P3 wide color gamut coverage.

BT.2020

HDR signals are mapped using REC.2020 tone mapping and provides coverage for REC.709, DCI-P3 and a wide coverage color gamut.

HDR

High dynamic range (HDR) technology delivers brighter whites and deeper black levels. Optoma HDR accepts HDR10 signals with four selectable picture modes: Normal, Bright, Detail, Film

ISF Modes

This feature allows you to save your calibrated day and night mode settings for the ideal viewing experience.

Additional information

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Aspect Ratio16:9
Audio2x 4 Watt Stereo Speakers
Brightness3,000 lumens
Compatible Aspect Ratio16:9 (native), 4:3, Auto, LBX (2160p and 1080p)
Connections1xHDMI 1.4a, 1xHDMI 2.0 (w/ HDCP 2.2, MHL 2.1 and Full 18Gbps), VGA-In, Audio-In (3.5mm), Audio-Out, SPDIF Out (Optical), USB 2.0 Port (Service), USB-A Power, RJ45, RS232C, 12V Trigger
Contrast RatioUp to 1,000,000:1 with Dynamic Black
Display TechnologySingle 0.66″ TRP S610 4K UHD DMD DLP™ Technology by Texas Instruments
Displayable Colors1.07 Billion
Inputs1xHDMI 1.4a, 1xHDMI 2.0 (w/ HDCP 2.2, MHL 2.1 and Full 18Gbps), VGA-In, Audio-In (3.5mm), USB 2.0 Port (Service), USB-A Power, RJ45, RS232C
Light Source Type240W
Light Source Life4,000/10,000/15,000 (Bright/ECO/Dynamic)
Lens ShiftVertical: +15%
Maximum Resolution4K (4096 x 2160) @ 60Hz with XPR Technology
Native ResolutionUHD (3840 x 2160)
Noise Level25dB
Offset100% (see Lens Shift)
On-Screen Display"Complete on-screen menu, adjustments in 10 languages"
Operating TemperatureSea Level to 10,000 feet (@73°F); must manually switch to high-altitude mode at 5,000 feet & above
OutputsAudio out (3.5mm), SPDIF out (optical), 12V trigger
Power Consumption348W Max (Bright mode), 285W Max (Eco mode)
Power SupplyAC input 100-220V, 50-60Hz, auto-switching
Projection Distance4.2’ – 30.5’
Projection LensF/2.5~3.26; f=20.91~32.62mm
Projection MethodFront, rear, ceiling count, tabletop
Projection Screen Size26.45" – 302.2"
Remote ControlFull Function Home Remote Control
Throw Ratio1.39 – 2.22:1 (distance/width) – 5% variance
Uniformity85%
Zoom Type1.6x optical (manual)
COMPATIBILITY SPECIFICATIONS
Computer Compatibilty4K UHD 2160p, WUXGA, HDTV 1080p, UXGA, SXGA, WXGA+, WXGA (1366×768), WXGA, HDTV (720p), XGA, SVGA, VGA, PC and Mac compatible
Horizontal Scan Rate31K~135KHz
Optional WirelessYes
RoHSCompliant
Vertical Scan Rate24 – 85Hz (120Hz for 3D)
Video Compatiblity480i/p, 576i/p, 720p(50/60Hz), 1080i(50/60Hz), 1080p(24/50/60Hz), 2160p(24/50/60Hz)
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions (W x H x D)19.6″ x 6″ x 13″
SecuritySecurity bar, Kensington lock, password protection, keypad lock
Weight16 lbs
Other
Optional AccessoriesHDCast Pro, ceiling mount,
Standard AccessoriesLens cap, AC power cord, HDMI cable, remote control, batteries for remote, multilingual CD-ROM, user’s manual, quick start card, and warranty card
Warranty Info2 Year Limited Warranty / 90 Days Lamp
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240W Osram lamp for select Optoma projectors.

Low profile universal ceiling mount (black color) for most Optoma...

   

Low profile universal ceiling mount (white color) for most Optoma...

Low profile hinged ceiling mount in black.

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Ceiling plate with cord management access hole (black color). 1...

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Wireless HDMI transmitter/receiver kit. Dimensions: 7.2" x 3.8" x 1.2"...

Optoma projector remote control (backlit)

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  1. Gio

    4 out of 5

    My first projector was an Optoma HD26. A full 1080p projector with great portability and a nice bright image. I then bought and HD37 with and even sharper image and that has satisfied what I’ve always wanted. A true home theater. But now with the UHD60 having just come out I instantly had to try 4k. For $2,000 it was worth buying. My initial thoughts when it arrived was how big it was. I knew this was a serious projector. The 4k picture from laptop to the projector was so crisp and even more so after I adjusted the picture to my settings. MY ONLY COMPLAINT : NO KEYSTONE! That makes this projector not for the average user. It has to be aligned perfectly. But other than that I use it more than 70 inch 4k TV upstairs. Twice as big and just as crisp. I’d recommend only to the true home theater enthusiast.

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  2. Michael Pucyk

    5 out of 5

    Image quality excellent, even in areas that are not completely dark. Works very well for video games as well (didn’t notice any input lag). This is our first projector and were worried about getting dull images, but this isn’t a concern with this projector. Images are so sharp and detailed, they look better than real life. Great projector for the cost.

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  3. M Pucyk

    5 out of 5

    Image quality excellent, even in areas that are not completely dark. Works very well for video games as well (didn’t notice any input lag). This is our first projector and were worried about getting dull images, but this isn’t a concern with this projector. Images are so sharp and detailed, they look better than real life. Great projector for the cost.

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  4. Guillermo Galindo

    5 out of 5

    If you want a high quality projector but don’t want to spend 7k and above I recommend the uhd60 I was amazed by the picture quality of this projector I’ve never had a projector before so I did almost 2 weeks of research, reviews ,specs ,quality and i found that the uhd60 was the best one that i found for my budget I definitely recommend this projector

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  5. Jeff Prince

    5 out of 5

    I recently installed this in my basement and it is probably the first thing I’m complimented on! I have it about 14′ away from the wall shooting to a 100″ screen. The picture quality is amazing and stands up to the Samsung TV behind my bar. I hadn’t owned a projector in the past, so I was nervous about the quality, but this thing is awesome and a fraction of the cost of what a 80+” TV would cost.

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  6. Marc-Antoine Groulx

    5 out of 5

    Purchased this projector to replace a 1080P 3D Epson 3010. Had been waiting for this projector to come out with all the hype around 4K projection at a reasonable price . Highly satisfied of the purchase ! For 2500$ you can’t go wrong ! Better luminosity , 4K HD is impressive and Colors and accurate and bright ! Go for it !! You will not regret it !

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  7. Michael Feldschuh

    5 out of 5

    Amazing picture, clearly the best value on the market right now for 4k. Excited to watch all my favorites again with the higher res on my brand new big screen!

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  8. Daniel Siu

    5 out of 5

    Really surprised that very close 4K quality with UHD65
    Beside the darkness, mostly like UHD65, and i really save more money in it . Nice machine nice quality !

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  9. Milind Vagal

    5 out of 5

    Got this after much research on the projector and specs. and it was a good decision to put $2000 into this and worth the wait of a Pre-Order.

    I am really impressed with the overall quality of the projector, the ease of use and settings, the flexibility for multiple inputs including 2 HDMI input ports.

    I am using it 13 ft away ceiling mount and gives me a 135″ diagonal maximizing the viewing space in my basement.

    Picture quality is exceptional from the HD programming of my DISH Network and have yet to try out a true 4K source.

    Projector is pretty heavy so don’t compromise on the ceiling mount and I custom modified a standard mount to add a 100% fail safe, so my investment does not come crashing down.

    I am using Certified HDCP 2.2 compliant HDMI on both ports regardless, one HDMI is connected through my Onkyo TX-SR702 7.1 AVR and the MHL port is directly connected to the output of the DISH Joey to prevent any signal loss from attenuation.

    Have connected the VGA port just in case I meed to hook up my laptop directly, if not through the AVR.

    No quality compromises on any wires hooked to the projector, since I have a 25 feet run from ceiling to AV, Satellite and Internet source. My advice that you buy the best wires you can afford for this projector and you won’t go wrong on picture quality, after all the projector will display what comes to it.

    The on-board speakers are quite loud, if you do not wish to use this through an AVR all the time i.e. for normal TV watching on big screen.

    One thing that I did not like is of the panel door, which is rather flimsy and does not shut well leaving small gap, but again after the projector is set up I would not be opening this panel every time.

    One neat feature is you can select the color of your projection surface and I have blue walls and the colors are still very vivid and see no difference in the quality.

    I will also be building my own fixed screen in the upcoming weeks, using Elite ZRM-135HW-CINEWHITE material, to complement the projector quality.

    Overall this is a great projector and a great investment hopefully for a long time, since this is my first projector ever and it just took me 15 years to be convinced to build my own home theater.

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  10. Robert Hall

    4 out of 5

    I’ve been waiting for the price of 4k projectors to come down, and it started to seem like they never would,but I got excited once I read about the uhd60. After looking at the specs, doing a few comparisons, and reading some reviews, I decided to pull the trigger. It did not disappoint.

    The image is very bright. Even with quite a bit of ambient light, the wash out isn’t as bad as you’d think. If you paired it with an ambient light rejecting screen you’d really be happy. This is in our living room and right overhead of our seating, but you can barely hear the fan. It’s so much quieter than our previous projector.

    The 4k really squeezes out every detail of the image. The real high point is the HDR. I wasn’t sure what to expect from it, but man it makes the colors so much more vibrant. The only knock on it for me would be that there is no 3-D option available. My family and I really enjoy them so that is one thing that’s going to be missed. I would have given it Five stars if not for the lack of 3-D. The trade off is well worth it though.

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  11. John Shaeffer

    5 out of 5

    This is a very impressive projector. I’ve been waiting for an affordable UHD projector for years and Optoma finally has delivered it. I was encouraged by the mostly positive reviews in my purchase of it, but after setting it up it surpassed even my inflated expectations. This thing is incredibly crisp, even with 1080p source content. I’ve owned 4 projectors prior to this and it is better in almost every way (not just resolution).

    Some of the negative reviews on Amazon are indicative of people who may not understand that to receive 4K content, each piece of the setup (i.e. reciever, HDMI cables, other A/V equipment) also needs to support 4K. The end result is only as good as the worst piece of equipment allows.

    A cautionary note for prospective buyers: there is no support for keystone adjustment so make sure it’s mounted dead center to the viewing area.

    If you’re on the fence on this, don’t hesitate. Buy now.

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  12. Mark Sax

    5 out of 5

    I am so impressed with this projector! Amazing resolution and colour quality for such a reasonable price!

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  13. Geunwoo, Park

    5 out of 5

    I used Benq w1070 but everytime I watch the movie with it, I feel like the color is not good for me to do it.

    When I first watch the title with UHD60, I feel the color is deeper and sharpener…

    I want to get UHD 65 but this is good enough to have an experience 4K.

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  14. Luis Castro

    5 out of 5

    The last 13 years I bought 5 optoma projectors my Last was the hd8200 and now my best ever uhd60 optoma 4k …its super amazing picture big huge jump ..im really happy with it i5 has great deep colors my 4k movies look great and it also uoscales my regular blu ray movies …watching YouTube it streams great hdr 4k content..theres a,lot I can say about this projector but I will never finish ..but I do really recommend this projector to everybody …spesially for that price $1999.99 the only thing I didn’t liked …it has no 3d and hopefully in the future they can do a dolby vision firmware that can be able to ad it

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  15. Leonel Jimenez

    5 out of 5

    I upgraded to this projector from an Epson that costs four times as much. I actually upgraded to the Optoma and sold my Epson for far more than this projector and I haven’t regretted it for a second. This is a true breakthrough in technology at a reasonable price. To get a 4K DLP projector prior to this was a minimum $8,000 proposition and this projector produces a comparable image for a small fraction of the cost! Image is bright and beautiful. Admittedly, blacks could be deeper but when you consider the price, this is a no brainer purchase. Highly recommended.

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  16. Omar Washington

    5 out of 5

    I am BLOWN AWAY! Upon receiving this unit, I instantly noticed haw large the unit was compared to my 1080p projector. That’s never been an issue for me before so I got to connecting my mount, hoisted this bad boy up, turned on a 1080p source and BAM, the difference was instantly noticeable. The brightness, the colors, the detail, all pooped out at me…..and my source was the same as I’d always used. Lucky for me I had just received my 4K Roku Premiere Plus to really test it out. I started up House of Cards and WHOA, the clarity was amazing!

    Everything with the projector is very straight forward and I’m now looking forward to playing Xbox One X (the reason I upgraded to 4K) on this bad boy. Whether you’re a gamer or not, this bad boy will make any video source you put through it look better. I recommend this product!

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  17. Mark

    5 out of 5

    Crystal clear resolution, incredible contrast and eye popping color! My 3rd Optoma, started 720p, then 1080p, now 4k and everytime we upgrade my wife doesn’t think it will be that much better and even she can’t believe how each jump just keeps getting Better! Ill put this projector paired with a good screen against all flat panels.

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  18. David

    4 out of 5

    I was skeptical at first..how is it possible to yield a 4k UHD HDR projector at a fraction of the price of a traditional LCD projector from other well branded names? Well, I was so amazed at how accurate the colors were right outside the box. The setup was quite simple, although positioning can be limited though. The only caveat I have was switching from 4k to non4K content. Apparently, the screen goes blank as the projector registers a change in resolution, which can be annoying at times. After calling tech support, they verified that this was inherent of the product. Aside from that, the 4k projector business in here at reasonable prices with astounding color, clarity, and resolution.

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  19. Nate

    5 out of 5

    I absolutely love this projector. It’s fantastic for UHD movies, the colors really pop and the detail is mind blowing. 4k doesn’t really matter in TV’s since the screen size is so small. But it has a huge impact when you’re viewing a 130 inch + screen!

    It’s awesome for games also. The input lag is super low, and is actually better than my LED TV. It’s an absolute blast playing Destiny and Gears of War. This is also fully HDR compatible with both PS4 and XB1, unlike the Epson 5040ub.

    In closing, this projector is an amazing value for the price it’s at. One of the best values in the market.

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  20. Don Morly

    5 out of 5

    I bought the UHD60 for editing my 4k travel videos and drone videos. It has an amazing picture, almost like a poster on a wall, it is so clear. I installed it in place of my previous 1080p projector that had given a bright and high resolution picture, but this is much better. I went to my 144″ screen (about 14′ from the projector) to look at the pixels and they were tiny and stable, much smaller than the 1080p projector’s pixels; of course, they were not visible at watching distance. I have it mounted on the ceiling and slightly offset L-R from the center of the screen and saw a nice rectangular display, without any tinkering with settings. The zoom has a much better range than my old projector and allowed a display wider or narrower than the screen, should I have wanted it that way. I tested it with a 4kuhd disk in my 4kuhd player, using a new 25′ highspeed HDMI cable that was rated for 4k/60 at 18mbps and had no dropouts or other problems with the signal. Besides the good brightness and nice shadow detail, the blacks were so dark I couldn’t tell whether the projector was on. And it was quiet, I didn’t even notice any noise. So very happy with the UHD60.

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  21. ROBERT SHIELDS

    5 out of 5

    I didn’t look at the dimensions before ordering and going from a HD142X to this unit, I wasn’t expecting it to be twice the size. That said I am very happy with the picture. It does seem to be very sensitive to settings however. I had to do some serious tweaking to get rid of over saturation errors on bright reflections in the image on HDR content. Once that was done i found the image very satisfying. Being used to 3000 lumens on the HD142x I could not go backwards to the 2200 that the UHD65 offers. I was concerned that i would not be happy with the UHD60 because it lacks the features of the UHD65. So far I think I made the right choice.

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