I can spend up to maybe $7K but would prefer not to.
I have an 65" LG B7P that's nice but want to game in my theater room and of course a little 65" screen won't cut it.
I was really drawn to the epson 5040UB but it will not support the 4K output of the XB1X, just like it didn't for the XB1S.
Really a shame that they cheaped out with their HDMI chip - seems like a trend for manufactures to screw up great products to save a couple of dollars with a chipset that would future proof. I'm sure it's deliberate.
I'm fine with a unit that does the same kind of pixel shifting 'Faux-K' that the epson and I believe some of the JVC units do. It doesn't have to be native 4K.
Also, I have a 100" screen that I must be able to project to from between 14-17 ft with the location of my ceiling mount/wiring. So those short throw guys don't work.
With the new XB1X supporting the upcoming variable rate tech and HDMI 2.1 just around the corner, is it wise to wait and save money until new products come out that meet all the current failings in even they most expensive projectors?
I know not everyone games, but I've been an avid gamer for decades so it's at the top of my list
Last edited by Globespy; 09-04-2017 at 09:54 AM.