The ViewSonic PX747-4K brings Ultra HD resolution and High Dynamic Range to the projector market for only $1499. With 3500 lumens claimed output and a built-in speaker, it looks like a great choice for home theater enthusiasts on a budget.
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If you’re not yet ready to make the commitment to Ultra HD, BenQ has the perfect budget solution in its HT2050A 3D DLP Projector. It offers a bright, color-accurate image with 3D support and an integrated 10-watt speaker in a compact chassis for just $749.
Home theater enthusiasts who want to play games on their projectors might want to check out BenQ’s TH671ST. It’s a short-throw design with 3000 lumens, accurate Rec.709 color, and low input lag. At only $749, this compact DLP with its built-in speaker can easily anchor a value-oriented home entertainment system.
LG ups the ante in portable displays with its HF80JA Laser DLP Projector. It features a single DMD chip and a 20,000-hour laser light engine rated at 2000 lumens. It can project an 80” diagonal image from just over eight feet away turning your living room into a theater in seconds. With a built-in speaker, all you need add is a source. Or use the LG SmartOS streaming interface to download your favorite content over its built-in Wi-Fi.
Today, I’m checking out the newest generation of Vizio’s P-series, the P65-E1 Ultra HD TV. It’s a 65” VA panel with 128 backlight zones, 3840x2160 resolution, HDR10 & Dolby Vision, extended color, built-in Chromecast, and Vizio’s own SmartCast streaming interface. For just $1700, it delivers reference-level image quality and easy access to lots of content thanks to built-in Wi-Fi and four HDMI 2.0 inputs.
Can projectors get any cheaper? I’ll answer that question today when I check out BenQ’s HT1070A 3D DLP Projector. It’s an update to the HT1070 which I reviewed earlier this year. The new model has 2200 lumens versus its predecessor’s 2000 and costs $50 less. It retains the convenience of a small, portable chassis with a quiet fan and great image quality. 3D? Yeah, it’s got that too.
The line between portable and dedicated home theater displays blurs when considering BenQ’s HT3050 3D DLP Projector. It’s small and light, and only costs $899, yet it provides super-accurate output, artifact-free 3D, and optics superior to many more expensive models. I’ll be running it through my benchmarks and viewing tests today.
Today, I’ll be testing my first Ultra HD DLP Projector, BenQ’s HT9050. Part of the CinematicColor series, it offers a 20,000-hour LED light engine with DCI-P3 color and lens shift in a premium-built chassis. Thanks to its generous output, it can easily anchor a medium to large theater providing high-end quality for your Ultra HD Blu-ray movie...
Today, I’m looking at BenQ’s latest compact DLP projector, the MH530FHD. It offers 3300 lumens claimed brightness along with 3D, plenty of connectivity, and a compact lightweight chassis. It achieves high output with a whisper-quiet fan. 3D fans will enjoy its bright presentation and independently-adjustable 3D picture mode.
Today I’m checking out JVC’s DLA-RS4500 4K projector. With a native resolution of 4096x2160 pixels, it represents a true 4K experience. Packed with technologies like a 20,000-hour laser phosphor light source, HDR, and plenty of light output; it’s just the thing for high-end theaters seeking to employ the latest technology. With THX and ISF certification, it should satisfy enthusiasts and videophiles alike.
Part of the BenQ Home Theater line, the BenQ HT1070 3D DLP Projector sports a single-chip light engine with 3D, optional wireless HDMI, built-in audio, and a compact form factor. Don’t let its small size fool you. The HT1070 packs some seriously high accuracy, sharp optics, amazing picture quality into its diminutive chassis...