Originally Posted by Jish9
Anything above 75-77" is a waste of money as you will get way more immersion with a projection system at that price point with far more screen real estate.
I went from a 73" TV to a 100 inch Projector system and can't agree with this. Why? Here:
1 Hanging screen, getting projector position right whether hanging it or table setting, can be and is generally a pain in the ass.
2 REAL 4K. All this e-shift and wobulation is a boat load of garbage to deal with. Want true 4K, head north of $10K
3 Want HDR and Dolby Vision. Just weak HDR. Not happening yet.
4 I have a HT3050 with an AEON boarderless 100 inch screen calibrated and as far as immersion goes, it can't hold a candle to the little 65" E6 OLED in the other room. I watched Warcraft in Dolby Vision on the E6 and on the HT3050, and as far as immersion goes, I couldn't get over how much better the OLED's crisp, colorful picture was. Dolby Vision was beautiful.
And as soon as we starting getting OLED/Qled at 85-100 inches under or around $10K, that's a wrap on projectors. And by the looks of LG and Samsung expanding production in OLED, it will be here sooner than most think.
I understand tech development and projector companies need to quit doing minor updates every year. Look at a cell phone and all the tech in that little box. Yet new 4K Benq 8050 is a tank? With no HDR, 3d, or DV? Die development are in the 14nm, 12nm, and now 7nm finfet designs for processing chips from cpu to gpu. Time for Ti to outsource a real true 4K DLP chip and others to follow. Sorry laser projection isn't the answer either, made the projector box bigger, more power usage then LED and basically no resale value after original owner, since the laser will have to be replaced by new owner.($$$ thousands there?)
I have everything set for a 4K projector from 7.1 AVR to 4K Blu-ray. Will wait for DLP with Dolby Vision, but if not in the next year or two, will get an 85 inch or bigger OLED/Qled because it will have what I want on it and less on my power bill to boot!