BENQ HT2050A 3D DLP PROJECTOR REVIEW

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A Christmas Carol is loaded with dark and murky material. As long as there were highlights on-screen, I didn’t want for deeper blacks. In one scene, the camera pans around Scrooge’s office and reveals a window to the outside. As the window grows in size, the scene’s dimensionality increases right along with. This is a strength of DLP. All one needs are a few bright spots to drive perceived contrast to high levels.The BenQ HT2050A 3D DLP Projector On The Bench

To test the HT2050A’s color accuracy, I measured from the lens with an X-Rite i1 Pro Spectrophotometer fitted with a diffuser attachment. Luminance readings were taken with a Spectracal C6 tri-stimulus colorimeter facing a 92” diagonal Stewart Filmscreen Luminesse with Studiotek 130 material, gain 1.3, at a 10-foot distance. Patterns were generated by an Accupel DVG-5000 and controlled with CalMAN, version 5.8.”

 

 

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