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Optoma UHZ65UST ultra-short-throw 4K projector review

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It’s not just the premium styling which sets this UST model apart from rivals. It also boasts some advanced functionality, including geometric correction, something that appears to have trickled down from Optoma’s professional AV projection lineup. This allows you to warp an image if you have something other than a flat surface to project onto. I suspect many will find the feature useful – not everyone has the luxury of a perfectly flat wall to double as a screen. For non-cinephile viewing, perhaps at a kid’s birthday party, it can actually make the most difficult of rooms bigscreen friendly.

Another welcome user innovation is automatic dimming. A sensor placed near the light path automatically dims down the projector’s light output, to protect the peepers of the inquisitive. This will be welcome in households where small children might be tempted to take a closer look.”

 

 

 

 

 

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8K Association Launches TV Certification Program

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The 8K Association’s stated mission is to “grow appreciation and awareness of 8K products which will provide an even higher level of enjoyment which is paramount to large screen entertainment.” The association currently comprises 22 member companies, including five of the world’s leading panel manufacturers, which together represented more 70% of global TV-panel manufacturing capacity in 2019. Membership also includes technology providers and companies that create and distribute content. TV/video members include Samsung, Panasonic, Hisense, TCL, and IMAX.

 

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Why You Should Wait To Buy A New TV | Best 2020 TVs

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ATSC 3.0 ‘NextGen TV’ Gears Up for U.S. Launch

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“Viewers in South Korea have been enjoying 4K video and immersive audio delivered via ATSC 3.0 since 2017 and a number of U.S. broadcasters are already on-the-air with NEXTGEN TV,” Noland said. “Many more channels in the U.S. are expected to sign on as the spectrum repack is completed and stations work cooperatively to launch this revolutionary new service while also preserving current digital TV broadcasts. With a focus on the Top 40 Nielsen markets and more than 20 additional cities, NextGen TV is expected to reach more than 70 percent of the U.S. population over the next year.”

 

 

 

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BenQ Cineprime HT3550 4K DLP Projector Review

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I started out my viewing evaluation of the HT3550 watching regular HD programs like the animated Bojack Horseman streamed from Netflix, along with various nature docs on YouTube. With the room lighting dimmed, these programs had a clean and relatively punchy look, showing good detail and robust color. Switching over to dark room viewing and more challenging fare on Blu-ray, I next watched the 2019 horror film Midsommar. The actors’ skin tones had a very natural look and there was a wide range of green hues visible in the rural landscape where the action takes place. In a scene where the community members select a May Queen, the bundles of flowers that comprise her costume came across as notably vibrant and varied. I did note slight “pumping” from the projector’s dynamic iris on this movie when that feature set to High, though the same effect disappeared when switched to Low.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hometheater365 – Best Movie From 2010 -19

1.-Mad Max( 2015)

2- Scicaro (2015)

3-Ex Machina (2014)

4-Logan (2017)

6-GetOut (2017)

7-Hell or Highwater (2016)

8-Inception (2010)

9-Book of Eli (2010)

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Epson EH-TW9400 4K HDR projector review

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The 3D effect is convincing, delivering a great sense of depth and space while limiting crosstalk ghosting noise 
to only the most extreme image content (such as bright text on a dark background). The picture retains sufficient brightness and detail levels are high (although 3D playback is, as expected, restricted to Full HD). Motion avoids that juddery or sickly look sometimes associated with 3D, and 
I wasn’t aware of any flickering effect from the glasses 
(so long as you’re viewing in a dark room). Finally, the experience wasn’t the least bit fatiguing. If only 3D had always looked this good. ”

 

 

 

 

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