LG HU80KA XPR UHD Laser DLP Home Theater Projector

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LG HU80KA XPR UHD Laser DLP Home Theater Projector
Key Features
  • Brightness of 2500 Lumens
  • UHD 4K 3840 x 2160 On-Screen Resolution
  • HDR10 Compatible
  • Integrated Wi-Fi & Full Web Browser
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Enjoy smart-TV functionality on the big screen with the LG HU80KA XPR UHD Laser DLP Home Theater Projector. It has a maximum brightness of 2500 lumens and can achieve up to a 100" image from just 9.5' away from your screen or wall. The projector uses XPR processing technology to create UHD images on your screen or wall, and HDR10 compatibility provides bright, vibrant colors with compatible sources and content. It features webOS for easy navigation and content searching with the included Magic Remote. Integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity provides Internet access and allows you to mirror content from compatible smart devices.
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Where can you buy a ceiling mount for this ...

Where can you buy a ceiling mount for this projector?
Asked by: Christopher
Under "Accessories" we list several options for ceiling mounts for this projector. You may choose the Premier Mounts PBC-UMW Universal Projector Mount (White), BH #PRPBCUMW for example.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2021-03-16

In one of the previous answers, it was mentioned ...

In one of the previous answers, it was mentioned that it is a 4k upscaled image. Does this mean it isn't natively 4k? Thanks.
Asked by: Daisuke
The LG HU80KA XPR UHD Laser DLP Home Theater Projector does not have a native UHD 4K 3840 x 2160 chipset. The native chip is 1920x1080 combined with the XPR module which is "pixel shifting" to create an on-screen resolution of 3840 x 2160.
Answered by: Frank
Date published: 2021-03-08

Is this a quiet projector?

Is this a quiet projector?
Asked by: Marti
Yes, this being a laser projector is fairly quiet.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2021-02-05

is this with 110-240v or just 110v?

is this with 110-240v or just 110v?
Asked by: Tharindu
Both 110 and 240V
Answered by: Goran
Date published: 2021-01-25

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Is the laser lamp replaceable once it reaches the end of its life expectancy?
Asked by: Dr. Michael W.
A youtube review says the lamp would last 14 years if you watch it 4 hours/day. Do you really need to keep it for 14 years?
Answered by: silver
Date published: 2020-07-19

Will this work on a painted wall? Is the picture ...

Will this work on a painted wall? Is the picture quality still high without a screen?
Asked by: Khue
Other than the fact that the wall isn't in great shape (which the projector highlights) this projector does a phenomenal job on a plain, flat wall. My walls are decidedly green (a pastel, around 8 to 10% green) and I see a color-correct image every time, at all times. White is white. I can see a character wearing a white shirt. 8 inches to the right, the light green wall. I can't quite figure it out but I'm not complaining. Needless to say the laser imaging is a few notches above intense. I use it at 6, 12 and 15 ft throw distances. Move it from room to room with the WiFi connection and stream online content anywhere with a wireless router.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2020-07-15

this projector has amazon prime video available?

this projector has amazon prime video available?
Asked by: VEDADRI
You can use your iOS or Android device to stream to the projector, or even invest in a Google Chromecast or AppleTV or Firestick or Roku, it'll give you so many options for all sorts of streaming content, $30-50 for such a device is inexpensive compared to the projector, the Roku Ultra is really good as you can also stream from the AppleTV app in 4K.
Answered by: Dean
Date published: 2020-06-18

What kind of projector screen is recommended for ...

What kind of projector screen is recommended for this projector?
Asked by: Siddik Sheriff
It depends on the environment that the projector will be used. There are different finishes on screens (matte, cine white, etc) and screen gain, which has to do with how reflective the screen is. Some screens work better is high-ambient light conditions. For a more detailed reply, please send your inquiry to [email protected] and please include as much detail as possible about the use case.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-10-25
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