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    BenQ TK850 4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    A new 4K DLP projector offering a 10-element, 8-group lens which also features HDR-PRO technology that brings enhanced tone mapping and claims to cover 98% of the Rec.709 colour gamut. With so many new DLP projectors on the market, what makes the TK850 stand out?  
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    BenQ TK810 4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    The BenQ TK810 is a new entry-level home cinema 4K single-chip DLP projector. It offers wireless screen mirroring, app support and a USB 3.0 port for source playback as well as 4K HDR compatibility. So for just over a grand, is it a home cinema bargain?  
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    JVC DLA-N5 (RS1000) Native 4K Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    It might be the entry-level native 4K projector from JVC but the DLA-N5 is also one of the best HDR projectors we have seen at the price point. Should you go for the more expensive N7 or does the N5 offer everything you need? Read the full review.  
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    Epson EH-TW9400 Projector Review

    by Steve Withers
    The Epson EH-TW9400 is the latest flagship lamp-based home cinema LCD projector from the company, and it promises 4K HDR support and a host of useful features. Is this another Best Buy?  
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    JVC DLA-NX9 4K Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    The NX9 is a 4K native and 8K e-shift projector featuring new 0.69-inch native 4K D-ILA device. It has a 100mm diameter, 18 element, all-glass lens and supports HDR10 using Auto Tone Mapping and Frame Adapt. UPDATED to add video review.  
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    BenQ W5700 4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    BenQ releases a home cinema focussed single-chip 4K DLP projector which promises accurate colours out of the box thanks to factory calibration. So can it really do everything it claims? Let's find out...  
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    Optoma announces 4K UHD52ALV smart home projector

    by Andy Bassett
    Optoma’s latest 4K UHD home projector, the UHD52ALV, packs in plenty of features with voice control, HDR compatibility, a media player and PureMotion frame interpolation to reduce blur and judder.  
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    JVC DLA-N7 4K D-ILA Projector Review

    by Steve Withers
    UPDATED: After eight months of testing and a major firmware update, we deliver our final verdict on the JVC DLA-N7B, the mid-range model in the company's N Series of 4K HDR D-ILA projectors.  
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    BenQ W2700 4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    The latest 4K DLP projector to use the new upgraded 0.47" TI DMD, the W2700 promises wide colour gamut coverage, 100% Rec.709 and HDR playback, but can it actually manage that? Let's find out...  
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    Sony VPL-VW870ES 4K SXRD Laser Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    This native 4K projector from Sony costs a staggering £25,000 and uses a Z-Phosphor laser light source. So does the performance match that massive price tag?  
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    Vivitek HK2288 4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    The Vivitek HK2288 is a projector that has been on the market for over a year now, but with a recent price drop to half of its original cost, is it now the 4K DLP bargain? Let's find out...  
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    Optoma UHL55 4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    The Optoma UHL55 is a purpose-built completely portable 4K DLP projector for gaming, 3D movies and big screen sporting events, using an LED light source.  
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    Epson EH-TW7400 3LCD Projector Review

    by Steve Withers
    The Epson EH-TW7400 is an entry-level 3LCD projector with 4K pixel shift, HDR10 support, calibration controls, a lens memory, and even a motorised lens cover. Is this the bargain of the year?  
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    Sony VPL-VW270ES Review

    by Phil Hinton
    The entry-level projector in Sony's 2018 SXRD native 4K line-up costs £5000 and does without many of the features of the next model up, the VW570ES. So is it worth the price vs. performance?  
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    Sony VPL-VW570ES Review

    by Phil Hinton
    The latest native (4096 x 2160) SXRD projector from Sony claims full bandwidth HDMI ports, 4K MotionFlow, Reality Creation and HDR, along with a claimed contrast of 350,000:1. So does it measure up?  
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    ViewSonic PX747-4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    If you're looking for big screen 4K images for watching sporting events, films and gaming there are now quite a few 4K DLP projectors to choose from. So what does the ViewSonic do to stand out from the crowd?  
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    BenQ TK800 4K DLP Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    BenQ has yet another faux 4K budget projector in its line-up, but this time it is aimed at the home entertainment and sports fan. So is this the right projector for some big screen World Cup viewing?  
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    Optoma UHZ65 Projector Review

    by Phil Hinton
    Optoma follow up the success they had with the UHD65 by adding this bigger brother laser powered unit, the UHZ65. So is it the best faux 4K projector we have seen yet? Lets find out...  
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