Optoma CinemaX P2 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector 3000 Lumens | 2000000:1 Contrast Ratio| with HDR10HLG

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Optoma CinemaX P2 - The Top-Notch Laser TV Projector

The Optoma P2 4K projector offers 4K UHD resolution, premium Dolby Digital 2.0 audio, and ultrashort throw technology for a comfortable viewing distance. This projector also boasts enhanced BrilliantColor technology for more vibrant color performance and a wider 120% Rec.709 color gamut coverage for more realistic pictures.

The Optoma P2's ultra-short-throw design allows it to blend in with any décor. It only requires a few inches of space from the wall. Its sleek, modern design is ideal for media rooms or any small media room. It comes with a built-in soundbar that resembles a center-channel speaker grill. There are no cables to run across the room, and the projector can be aligned in four easy steps using the SmartFIT app.

The Optoma P2 features a single-chip DLP 4K device, paired with a laser-light engine, producing pin-sharp pictures. The projector's long operating life of 20,000 hours is another impressive feature. The P2 supports HDR, which is essential for displaying movies. It also has a motion-smoothing Puremotion mode. Its subtly backlit remote is button-free.

The Optoma P2 4K Project is compatible with HDR10 and 4K HDR10. The P2 supports a 4K HDR from a USB source. It doesn't support HDR with Sky Q, so it's best to use it with a media-streaming stick or Ultra HD Blu-ray player. While this projector isn't a cinephile-grade projector, its compact form factor makes it a great choice for a home cinema setup.

The Optoma CinemaX P2 is a powerful projector that has a number of advanced features. These include PureMotion video processing, a built-in smart system and a bright image. In addition, the P2 also has a long list of other impressive features, including a large colour gamut and extensive DCIP3 coverage.

Just So Bright

The Optoma Cinemax P2 laser projector delivers a true cinematic experience. It features a laser light engine that delivers 3,000 ANSI lumens of brightness.

This projector can display images on screens up to 120 inches. It also supports HDR10 and 4K/HDR content.

The Optoma Cinemax P2's laser light engine delivers excellent black levels. The projector has a 20,000 hour light source life.

Optoma uses a six segment RGBRGB color wheel to produce accurate cinematic colors. Unlike the original Cinemax P1, the P2 has eliminated a yellow segment. With two sets of red segments and no white segment, the brightness of the projector is increased by 3,000 lumens.

The CinemaX P2 can handle four display modes: Reference, Game, Bright, and Cinema. These modes can be renamed to reflect the connected source.

Cinema mode offers the best picture for medium to high ambient light. If you watch a movie with a lot of bright scenes, this mode will be perfect. However, it's not suitable for serious viewing. Default Cinema mode defaults to a blue-ish white color temperature.

Optoma's PureMotion technology eliminates judder and motion blur. Additionally, the projector is compatible with Amazon's Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT. You can even use the SmartFIT app to automate certain functions.

Finally, the CinemaX P2 has a built-in soundbar. Dolby Digital 2.0 provides 360 deg omnidirectional audio.

Overall, the Optoma Cinemax P2 is an upgrade over the Optoma Cinemax P1. It is quieter, has better contrast, and produces impressive black levels. For a better price, it's a solid option. But it's not quite as good as the cheaper Viewsonic X10-4K.

One of the most common complaints about projectors is their brightness. While the Optoma Cinemax P2 can display excellent images, it still lacks the ability to perform well in very bright rooms.

PureMotion Video Processing

The Optoma Cinemax P2 is an attractive alternative to the traditional projector. Featuring PureMotion video processing, true 4K UHD resolution, premium sound, and smart capabilities, this digital cinema display delivers incredible detail. It's also Alexa- and Google-friendly, which means you can control your projector with voice commands.

Unlike other projectors, the CinemaX P2 has a laser light source that eliminates motion blurring. This gives the picture a smooth, accurate, and vivid image. You can use the CinemaX P2 to watch movies, play games, and watch shows on a big screen.

The CinemaX P2 has a six-segment RGBRGB color wheel, which is designed to improve color reproduction. The colour wheel also has two sets of red segments. In addition, the device uses a PureMotion engine that helps smooth out video filmed in 24 frames per second. Moreover, the unit comes with Dolby Digital 2.0 audio, which provides better sound than conventional speakers.

The CinemaX P2 also features a Gaming Mode. This provides a direct path from the video source to the projection screen. During Gaming Mode, the projector doesn't perform any image processing. Instead, it gives you responsive gameplay.

Another great feature of the CinemaX P2 is its ultra-short throw design. When the projector is mounted on the wall, you'll only need about a foot away from the screen.

One major drawback is that the CinemaX P2 is not as easy to set up as some other models. The projector's remote can be difficult to use, especially in a dark room.

Other features of the Optoma Cinemax P2 include PureMotion video processing, HDR compatibility, and a 40-watt stereo sound system. A rechargeable Bluetooth remote control is included as well.

Built-in Smart System

With its built-in smart system, Optoma Cinemax P2 makes it easy to enjoy a cinematic experience right at home. It's compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT to make your life easier. The projector comes with a rechargeable Bluetooth remote control and 40W stereo soundbar.

Optoma CinemaX P2 features a 6-segment RGBRGB color wheel that reproduces accurate cinematic colors. It also features PureMotion technology, which eliminates motion blur and image judder. In addition, Optoma's HDR tone mapping optimizes the dark black levels for realistic color reproduction.

The CinemaX P2 uses a single 0.47" ECD DMD chip and a laser light engine to create the pixels. Using the chips, the projector is capable of producing 8.3 million pixels. This gives it a wide gamut and the ability to support 4K UHD.

In terms of the audio, the projector is capable of decoding Dolby 5.1 sound. Moreover, the CinemaX P2 includes two USB ports and three HDMI inputs. Each of these inputs can be renamed to match the connected source.

In terms of the screen, the CinemaX P2 is a 16:9 fixed-frame screen. This gives it a smaller profile in the entertainment room. However, it can be placed up to 100 inches away from the wall.

For an excellent viewing experience, Optoma CinemaX P2 delivers a 4K UHD picture. Aside from this, the projector features a 6-segment RGBRGB Color Wheel and HDR Tone Mapping. These advanced features help achieve outstanding black level, color accuracy, and contrast.

The Optoma CinemaX P2 is a second-generation short-throw projector. It offers better contrast and black levels than the previous model. Furthermore, it is much more affordable. Also, it uses a newer internal organ.

Optoma P2's Colour Gamut

The Optoma Cinemax P2 is a second-generation living room laser projector. It offers near-4K picture quality, and delivers a great contrast ratio and a high brightness. At a reasonable price, the P2 is an excellent option for anyone looking for a cinematic experience at home.

To improve its color reproduction, the P2 has a six-segment RGBRGB color wheel. This wheel has two green and two yellow segments. That's a big change from the color wheel on the P1. However, it does sacrifice color accuracy, because the yellow segment adds a little yellow to red.

As a result, the P2's brightness is not as high as the brighter EH-LS500, but it isn't bad either. The brightness is good enough for a bright room. If you want a bit more brightness, you can switch to Bright mode, but it's not suitable for serious viewing.

Another change is the new IR sensor. It's hidden behind the light gray cloth grille on the front.

Optoma P2 comes with an InfoWall app. It's available for Android and iOS mobile devices, and works well for screen mirroring. The app can also be used for automated IFTTT tasks, such as turning on the lights in the home when you get back from work.

The P2's display modes are similar to the P1. The defaults are fine. You can choose to adjust the BrilliantColor control to the minimum level. With the Cinema mode, you'll get a good image with moderate ambient lighting.

The P2's black levels are slightly improved. The contrast ratio is up to 2,000,000:1 and the blacks look satisfying.

The P2 also has an impressive HDR compatibility. It supports HDMI 1 and HDMI 2, both ARC compatible, as well as HDR10. In addition, you can adjust the brightness and color of the screen.

Controlling the Projector

If you have a new Cinemax P2 projector, you might be wondering how you can control it. You can use the included premium remote or opt to use the TapCast mobile app for Android and iOS devices.

The Optoma Cinemax P2 is a smart projector. It supports Google Assistant and Alexa. You can use these to schedule the projector to show specific content.

It also supports IFTTT automation. This means you can trigger the projector to turn off when you leave the room.

You can also control the Optoma Cinemax P2 using its SmartFit app. The app uses your phone's camera to snap a photo of the picture and apply geometric correction.

It's worth pointing out that the Optoma Cinemax P2 is an ultra short throw projector. It doesn't have a zoom function. So you need to position it correctly.

Another great feature of the P2 is its laser lighting system. It uses a single blue laser to generate light. But it's worth mentioning that this system is meant to last for 30,000 hours.

In addition to its laser light engine, the P2 has a protection feature that dims the output to protect your eyes. Moreover, the laser light engine detects faces and dims the output accordingly.

The color wheel on the Optoma Cinemax P2 extends the gamut by millions of complex colors. For example, it adds yellow to green and red to yellow. Also, it eliminates the white segment, which increases brightness.

The P2's smart features include a built-in stereo speaker system. It also has two HDMI 2.0 ports and a USB port. There are also guide strips and a rechargeable Bluetooth remote control.

Optoma CinemaX P2's Specification 

Display Technology

DLP 4K UHD chip

Native Resolution

4K UHD (3840 × 2160)


3,000 Lumens



Light Source


Light Source Life

30,000 hours (Eco mode)

Throw Ratio


Zoom Type


I/O Connectors

HDMI 2.0 x 2, HDMI 1.4 x 1, USB-A 2.0 x 3 (MMx1, MM+Powerx1, servicex1), RJ45x1, S/PDIFx1, Audio Out x1

Speaker (Watts)

19W x2

Weight (Kg)


Dimensions (W x D x H) (mm)

576 x 383 x 115 mm (w/o feet), 576 x 383 x 130 mm (w/ feet)

Aspect Ratio


Projection Screen Size

85" – 120"

Projection Lens

F# 2.04, f 546mm



Video Compatibility

480i/p, 576i/p, 720p(50/60Hz), 1080i(50/60Hz), 1080p(50/60Hz), 2160p(50/60Hz)

Horizontal Scan Rate


Vertical Scan Rate

24~120 Hz

Displayable Colors

1073.4 million colors (10 bit)

Noise Level

24dB (Eco mode)

Power Supply

100V ~ 240V ± 10%, 50-60Hz

Power Consumption

<0.5W (standby), 325W (max)



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