BENQ HT2550 4K ULTRA HD HDR DLP PROJECTOR REVIEW

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Grayscale calibration and gamma adjustment bring the average error down to an impressive 1.16dE. This is as good or better than the best projectors I’ve reviewed, some of which cost a whole lot more than the HT2550. Luminance levels are now better balanced and the primary colors are right on their saturation targets. When a dot is in contact with the square on the CIE chart, that indicates an error of 1dE before luminance is factored in. It doesn’t get much better than this for SDR performance in Rec.709.”

 

 

 

 

 

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