Video Displays Reviews
The Epson Home Cinema 3800 4K PRO-UHD Projector delivers Ultra HD resolution, HDR and terrific contrast for just $1699. With a huge array of adjustments...
ViewSonic’s X10-4K Ultra HD LED Projector is a lamp-free display with 4K resolution, extended color, and HDR10 support. It packs vivid color and sharp DLP-driven output into a compact chassis with slick styling, leather trim, and a convenient handle.
Epson’s Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD Projector delivers a sharp bright image with superb color accuracy and contrast. For just $3000, you get Ultra HD resolution with HDR, DCI-P3 color, a motorized lens, and plenty of light output for any theater or media room.
For 2019, VIZIO’s PX65-G1 Ultra HD TV raises the bar with a brighter-than-ever panel and a huge color gamut. HDR10 and Dolby Vision content look amazing on this 65-inch full-array backlight display with 384 dimming zones. Can it challenge an OLED for overall contrast? We’ll find out today.
LG’s HU85LA is an ultra-short-throw projector with a laser light engine, Ultra HD resolution, extended color, and HDR. It also boasts high-quality audio from two integrated speakers and LG’s slick SmartTV streaming interface with easy connection via Wi-Fi. I’m checking it out today.
Today, I’m checking out BenQ’s latest Ultra HD DLP Projector, the CinePrime HT3550. It offers 3840x2160 resolution from a single DLP chip along with HDR and DCI-P3 color. At just $1499, it represents a great way to upgrade your theater without breaking the bank.
BenQ isn’t just about compact value-oriented DLPs; witness the CinePrime HT5550 Ultra HD DLP Projector. It offers premium clarity from a single-chip light engine, 1800 ANSI lumens, HDR, DCI-P3 color, and generous lens shift at the very reasonable price of $2499. I’m checking it out today.
Today, I’ll be checking out VAVA’s 4K Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector. It projects an image up to 150 inches diagonal while sitting only 16.7 inches from the wall. It sports Ultra HD resolution courtesy of a pixel-shifted DLP chip with support for HDR.
Today, I’ll be checking out a Sony LCD Master Series television, the XBR-65Z9F. It bridges the gap between reference production monitors and consumer televisions by integrating Google Play Store for quick access of content while being uncompromising as a multi-zone LED backlit display capable of 1800 nits in HDR mode.