Posted on November 9, 2017 By Art Feierman
Below are our lists of pros and cons. Most are mentioned within the review, but a few are items not touched on earlier in the review – perhaps because some are obvious, others just don’t need explanations.
Final thought – at the end of the day, it always comes down to, not “which is the best projector?” but “Which projector is the best choice for me, my budget, my room, my viewing preferences!”
Too bright for a really dark home theater environment
Black level performance is marginal, but that’s normal for bright room projectors
No CFI for smooth motion
No support for 3D
Remote control not backlit –
Of course, a projector this bright doesn’t need the lights off, still..
One of the noisier home entertainment projectors around when at full power
Fair enough, it’s super bright because it comes from the dark side – has a business projector heritage
Does not accept 4K content
That’s fair: The most affordable shipping UST laser projector supporting 4K cost $3000 more – twice the price (Dell)
4K Blu-ray players will downscale to 1080p)
Thanks for the review. Maybe I missed it, but can you share what ALR screen you used for these tests?
I’m also curious about which screen you used. I have a similar setup to yours, albeit slightly to significantly darker depending on the time of day, in a covered lanai,and everyone is recommending a regular screen. What is the gain on your ALR screen? Would a non-ALR screen do better with black levels? Thanks!
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