- Read our blog comparisons:
- Optoma’s UHD50 vs BenQ’s HT2550 Part I
- Optoma’s UHD50 vs BenQ’s HT2550 Part II
Enjoy UHD 4K content with HDR support with the Optoma UHD50 UHD DLP Home Theater Projector. Its 2400 lumens of brightness overcome ambient light in many installations, while its 500,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio helps enhance detail in dark areas of the image. The native 3840 x 2160 resolution helps ensure that text and images are clear. HDR10 compatibility ensures vibrant color reproduction from a compatible source device and content.
The UHD50 has one VGA and two HDMI inputs to support a variety of sources. Both HDMI inputs are MHL-compatible for connecting mobile devices, such as your smartphone or tablet, and the projector has a USB power output to help conserve your device’s battery life. Its analog audio input and output allow you to either use the built-in 5W speakers or output your audio to an external system with the optical audio output, a digital audio connection to your receiver or soundbar. The projector is controllable via Ethernet, RS-232, or the included IR remote control.
- UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution, plus 2400 lumens of brightness and a 6-segment RGBRGB color wheel
- Equipped with HDR10 and DCI-P3 wide color gamut support for bright whites, deep blacks, and vivid color
- Dynamic Black delivers a 500,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for enhanced black levels
- HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 offer UHD video bandwidth and device compatibility
- Vertical lens shift and 1.3x zoom provide flexible installation
- Two 5W speakers and an optical output to your A/V receiver or soundbar