BenQ TK850 is one of NQ’s newest projectors with more than 3000 lumens of brightness the projector is a great choice for daytime TV watchers. It even comes with a built-in sports mode which enhances the video quality to make colors commonly found on sports fields like greens and blues pop more than they would use a traditional projector. The sports setting also adjusts the built-in speakers to make commentators voices more prominent over the projectors fans speaking of speakers. It’s 10 watts chambered speakers deliver impressive audio quality in practically any environment the projector offers a true 4k 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution and support for HDR to provide users with a crystal-clear picture.
Epson Home Cinema 2150
As you would expect a projector works best in a dark room but this one is a great option for those who plan to use a projector in an area with windows it boasts 2500 lumens of brightness and it won’t suffer from the dreaded rainbow effect. It offers an impressive Full 1080p resolution and built-in speakers but it doesn’t support 3d content regardless it’s a fine option with vivid colors that’s great for watching movies shows gaming or casting content from your smartphone. If you’re on a stricter budget, consider opting for the Epson 2100 as it doesn’t offer as much contrast as a 2150 and lack supports for me route which lets you easily mirror your smartphone’s display on the big screen.
Sony VPL-HW45ES is a solid premium option that can display 1080p content as well as 3d content it has an excellent brightness contrast ratio. A long-lasting lamp up to 6,000 hours and a built-in fan that’s incredibly quiet handy image calibration features are also on board an editor at wire cutter who tested their projector said that Sony offered better black levels than any other projectors. Praised it for its accurate color and low input leg because of the latter it’s a fine choice for gamers who want to play on the biggest screen possible Sony backs a projector with a robust three-year warranty for gamers on a limited budget. We recommend the much cheaper been QTH 585 which is also a full HD projector it offers a light output of 3500 lumens and has a low input leg but is $1,000 cheaper than the Sony.
We’ve got the Optoma HD243X by optima is one of the most affordable home theater projectors with native Full HD resolution. There are some cheaper projectors that can reach prices as low as $300 but they offered in colors weak brightness and maximum resolutions up to only 800 x 600 pixels. This one provides a high contrast ratio a low input leg which makes it great for gaming and can deliver a screen size up to a whopping 300 inches. The projector displays 3d content and it has a lab that lasts for 15,000 hours it’s equipped with two HDMI ports a built-in speaker and a bundled remote control in terms of the overall value you’ll be hard-pressed to find a projector as bright and as colorful as this one for less.
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB
It’s a hard pill to swallow but 4k projectors do not come cheap Sony’s mid-range 4k model came out almost two years ago but it is still priced around five thousand dollars and highly rated DLA and X5 projector costs $6,000. This projector from Epson costs under $3,000 but still can take advantage of vibrant and detailed 4k HDR content to be perfectly transparent. This projector isn’t a true 4k projector it uses a technique called pixel shifting to replicate a full 4k picture. The need of 4k projectors against ones that use pixel shifting like the Epson and detailed definition itself there is very little if any discernible differences between the two pictures even when viewed up close we think that customers would rather save a couple grand than splurged for a true 4k projector that costs $5,000 plus the 50-50 UB received high marks from the home theater. The 2,600 lumens of brightness and its impressive contrast and it’s easy to set up the projector delivers a clear image and it’s on par with projectors that cost twice as much if you want a high-end projector without a high price.