Optoma 4K UHD Home Theatre Projector (UHD60)

Model Number: UHD60
Web Code: 11428919


Take your home theatre experience to the next level with this 4K Ultra HD Optoma UHD60 home theatre projector. HDR-enabled, this projector delivers stunningly sharp, vivid, and detailed images to breathe new life into your favourite movies, TV shows, live sporting events, and video games.
Sold and shipped by Best Buy
Available online
Reserve & Pick Up

This product is currently unavailable for Reserve & Pick Up at nearby stores.

Geek Squad Protection Plan
See Benefits

No Plan


2 Years


3 Years


4 Years


  • 3000 lumens brightness (both colour and white) delivers vibrant, accurate visuals even in ambient light
  • 3840 x 2160 4K Ultra HD resolution projector presents 4K-compatible movies, TV shows, and video games in stunning detail
  • HDR technology presents HDR-compatible content in lifelike colour and contrast
  • Approximate maximum lamp lifetime of 15,000 hours ensures long-lasting use
  • DLP light source offers superior frame rates for smooth motion and film-like picture
  • Throw ratio of 1.39 - 2.22:1 enables a maximum screen size of up to 302.2"
  • HDCP 2.2 support means this projector is set for the future of 4K content copyright protection
  • Pair of 4W built-in speaker delivers powerful sound and means you don't need to connect to external speakers
Home Theatre Projector

Video Features

Display Technology
4K Ultra HD
Native Resolution (Pixels)
3840 x 2160
Potential Screen Size
Maximum Screen Size
302.2 in
Aspect Ratio
Input Capabilities
Projected Distance
9.3 m
Throw Ratio
1.39 - 2.22:1
Focusing Distance
1.3 - 9.3 m
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Colour Depth
24 -bit
White Brightness
3000 lm
Colour Brightness
3000 lm
Keystone Correction Method
Not Applicable
1.6x Manual
F Number
2.5 - 3.26
Adjustable Colour Temperature

Audio Features

Integrated Speakers
Speaker Wattage
2 x 4 W

Lamp Features

Approximate Lamp Lifetime
15000/10000/4000 (Hrs)
Lamp Warranty
90 Days

Convenience Features

Memory Card Slot
Not Applicable
Mounting Bracket
Mounting Bracket Style
Not Applicable
Inverted Operation Compatible
Video Modes
Game Mode; Cinema Mode
3D Video Support


HDMI Inputs
DVI Inputs
Component Video Inputs
Composite A/V Inputs
PC VGA Inputs
USB Connection
Other Inputs
Audio in 3.5mm; J45; RS232; USB-A Power

Unit Features

Operational Decibel Level
25 dB
Unit Colour
On-Body Controls


49.78 cm
33.02 cm
11.15 cm
Width (Inches)
19.60 in
Height (Inches)
13 in
Depth (Inches)
4.4 in
7.25 kg
  • UHD60
  • AC Power Cord
  • Remote Control
  • User Manual

  • Best projector
    by Anthony

    on October 22, 2019

    Great quality and image worth the money!!!!!!!!!!!

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

  • Good
    by Preetu

    on August 31, 2019

    I was not quite sure how the display would be after the I watched a movie, I am blown away by the clarity of the projector.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

  • Decent Buy- but beware of HDCP2. 2 (2nd paragraph)
    by Huskeypro32

    on August 24, 2019

    I used to have a optima GT1080 projector and I thought that was the greatest little thing. The picture was bright and the it was pretty detailed. Black levels weren't that good but for a 10ft screen and a great image I was hooked on projectors from then on out! It finally had a big problem (color wheel I think) and I had already replaced the bulb once, I decided It was time for an upgrade. I decided it was time to transition to 4k and to get this new UHD60 projector. Immediately I noticed a big difference in both quality and performance! First off, I use this in a dedicated room with no outside light. It is a perfectly dark room with a generic white screen for displaying the image. Don't get a cheap ceiling mount like I did, this thing is pretty heavy and you would feel much safer getting a decent mount. One thing I learned that wasn't obvious at first is that only one of the ports is HDCP2. 2 ready but it wasn't ready out of the box. I had to find a guide on how to activate it. It's some random series of button pushing while the projector is off. A quick google search will help you out because the included manual is for a lack of a better term - a joke. It didn't come with a paper manual, it came with a CD. Computers are going away from CD drives so I had to borrow my dad's computer just to view the manual. The cd was also really slow through the manual menu items, but I only used it once and probably won't need it again. Tantrum over lol Maybe i just don't know enough about 4k and which HDMI to use, but for those who do not know this, please read this next part! I was using an original Xbox One, with the uhd60 projector, but my receiver was a first generation 4k receiver (Sony str-dh550). This setup would not display any 4k Image and I was very disappointed. It took me while to find out and read up on the new HDCP2. 2 protocol. If any part in the system doesn't support hdcp2. 2, no 4k images will be displayed. I had to buy a newer generation receiver that took this new protocol along with the new Xbox One x. It took me a while to get everything completely setup, but once I did.... The projector could really shine! This projector was incredibly bright! I had to turn the brightness down because it was fairly intense to look at at first (being used to the old projector i had). The image detail was absolutely incredible and the black levels and details seen in the black images was pretty amazing! Completely smokes the old 1080 projector I had out of the water. Plus the projector is incredibly quiet compared to the old one as well! A huge plus! Here is my only complaint so far. Every now and again the picture will flutter faintly on brighter images. Especially on still images. In a movie though I don't really notice it. I don't think it's still doing it, but if it is, it's so faint I don't worry about it. Maybe because I'm using a long 25ft HDMI cable, not sure...One additional thing is when I first got it setup, the colors looked a little off because it was so bright. Whites almost had a greenish tint, but I think that was because I was trying to set up the projector on my old receiver that wouldn't display the image to its fullest potential. Anyways it looks great now! Is it worth the price tag? If you have money to spend, please double check that all your sources are hdcp2. 2 compatible or else you may go down a rabbit hole of buying new equipment that can accept the hdcp2. 2 signal. For instance I had to buy a new Xbox and a reciever. Like I mentioned above, maybe it's just my bad luck and there was another way around it, but that's how it went down for me. Consider some extra room in your budget or else you could end up with an expensive projector hat would be limited to displaying a 1080p image until you spent the extra money to upgrade the rest of your system. The lens shift is a pretty good little feature, but to get to it, you have to open up a flap on the top and that flap feels so cheap that it doesn't really belong on this projector, but once you get it adjusted, you don't have to touch it again and would be out of sight and out of mind like it is for me now! Some may ask about the internal speakers, but I can't speak too much of them as I have a dedicated sound system so I've only heard the speakers for a fraction of a listening period. They sounded ok but i didn't really analyze it too much since I was getting ready for the big sound of a true surround sound system on this amazing 4k projector! If you have money to get a true sound system companied with this projector, you will be blown away with an experience that is absolutely incredible! Fyi I use a Bowers and Wilkins set for the front and center sperakers along with some fluance bipole speakers in the back. Using some no name 12" sub but it's a beast! For the addiotnal flare, get the harmony system to control your system from anywhere. It's a huge plus to walk into the house, pull out my phone, open the harmony app, press one button, and by the time I get to the room, everything is already turned on ready to go! A side note the projector does turn on pretty fast so don't worry about it. Overall this is a great projector! I can't wait to see what optoma and the competition come up with next! I see myself having this one for a long time ahead! Good job optoma!

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

See helpful questions and answers from shoppers like you.

Check our return policy and you'll find specific return information for your product and steps on how to return in-store or by mail.