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The ZK750 could be very interesting especially if Optoma axed the color wheel and instead went with laser cycling / green phosphor like LG did on their RB laser projectors.

Also worth noting Optoma projectors street price are at deep discount.
Does that reduce RBE?
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I know it's a smaller panel than the LCOS projectors, and just a single panel, but if it's a real 3000lm then it's interesting from an engineering viewpoint that they've managed to tame the laser engine's size (and presumably heat) from the beast of the RS4500.
The specs. for single chip DLP projectors frequently use "white lumens" with the projector operating in the brightest possible mode. For home theater use where we want accurate color and proper color saturation levels, color lumens, as used for LCoS and 3LCD projectors, is a more interesting spec. Of course lumens when the projector is properly calibrated is the best spec. of all, but you usually get that only after the production models have made their way into the hands of the reviewers.

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Does that reduce RBE?
Yes but it also reduces uncalibrated brightness given same # lasers. Most likely this optoma has a rgby equiv color wheel given target market.

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Any word out of EPSON yet at IFA?
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Any word out of EPSON yet at IFA?

Checked today, no IFA press releases or announcements from Epson, yet, only JVC. I guess tomorrow we all know more.

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Kraine has the latest EPSON news:


https://www.passionhomecinema.fr/blo...-et-eh-tw6800/


TW7000 and TW7100 (both 4K E-shift) replace the previous models TW6700 and TW6800.


https://www.passionhomecinema.fr/blo...courte-focale/


Two UST projectors with laser but apparently none of the four features Frame Interpolation for 4K UHD program content.

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Kraine has the latest EPSON news:


https://www.passionhomecinema.fr/blo...-et-eh-tw6800/


TW7000 and TW7100 (both 4K E-shift) replace the previous models TW6700 and TW6800.


https://www.passionhomecinema.fr/blo...courte-focale/


Two UST projectors with laser but apparently none of the four features Frame Interpolation for 4K UHD program content.

AHHHH Damn!! I was really hoping for 4K laser.
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I was really hoping for 4K laser.

These were just the latest news, IFA is still in the warm up phase. And just because it's not at IFA doesn't imply it won't be at CEDIA.

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These were just the latest news, IFA is still in the warm up phase. And just because it's not at IFA doesn't imply it won't be at CEDIA.
Ok, so keep my hopes up is what you are telling me!
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No, I'm just suggesting it's too early to jump to premature conclusions.


Now 3 hours into IFA (I'll go on Monday) and still no eyewitness report on the JVC DLP laser projector...

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No, I'm just suggesting it's too early to jump to premature conclusions.

"too early" as in "unless we get an update" and here is the update:


In the German HiFi-Forum Kraine stated several minutes ago that there'd be no EPSON front projector with laser and native 4K resolution this year.


To be certain I asked him whether that perhaps only applied to IFA but not CEDIA and he replied that this information also applied to CEDIA.


Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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"too early" as in "unless we get an update" and here is the update:


In the German HiFi-Forum Kraine stated several minutes ago that there'd be no EPSON front projector with laser and native 4K resolution this year.


To be certain I asked him whether that perhaps only applied to IFA but not CEDIA and he replied that this information also applied to CEDIA.


Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
The news seems even worse in that Epson does not have a real 4K native resolution at all.
They new units seem to be psudo 4k again. There also does not seem to be anything new from Sony. The JVC firmware upgrade seems to be the biggest news.
The problem seems to be that the front projector market is very small and the cost to put out a new product is very high.

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The JVC firmware upgrade seems to be the biggest news.

Indeed, have never seen one of the German AV-reviewers to get that excited before...


And of course, there's JVC's DLP 4K XPR laser projector...

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The news seems even worse in that Epson does not have a real 4K native resolution at all.
They new units seem to be psudo 4k again. There also does not seem to be anything new from Sony. The JVC firmware upgrade seems to be the biggest news.
The problem seems to be that the front projector market is very small and the cost to put out a new product is very high.
Yes and Epson has generally been about relatively lower cost. It's still expensive enough to release a native 4K lamp based unit let alone laser.
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The news seems even worse in that Epson does not have a real 4K native resolution at all.
They new units seem to be psudo 4k again. There also does not seem to be anything new from Sony. The JVC firmware upgrade seems to be the biggest news.
The problem seems to be that the front projector market is very small and the cost to put out a new product is very high.

It does seem to be a MUCH smaller market. I can count on one hand the number of people I actually know that own a projector. TV's....different story. I would also argue the difference we are talking about between the psudo 4K and actual 4K is pretty small. It doesn't make it non-existent, it's just minimal. What you have are people who enjoy watching content and people who enjoy measuring content and this forum is more of the latter. If I pause the movie and walk closer to the screen there's no question there's more fine detail in the "true" 4k. I don't watch movies like that, but it doesn't mean it's not there. You will pay, literally, thousands more for the privilege of doing so which is where you get to make a choice. Epson has a great product for the money that isn't for movie pause and measurers. For those that want the latest and greatest specs you have other choices that will allow you to win the side by side pause and compare battle. I don't mind being a little behind in the super duper resolution battle but a lot ahead in the bank account. Others don't like the idea of an inferior image and will happily pay the premium. There's no right or wrong here and it's all personal preference. What I like about Epson is that they have found that dollar for performance sweet spot for my taste. There are those that would say if I buy the 6050 I'm buying a minor increase for thousands more over lets say a $1,000 1080p projector. Everyone has their spot where it makes sense to them which is why, for me, I've been very pleased with Epson projectors.
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Yeah, it must be a VERY small market relatively speaking. I dont know a single person in my normal every day life that has a HT, much less a projector. Between work, gym and my friends, that's quite a few people.
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It does seem to be a MUCH smaller market. I can count on one hand the number of people I actually know that own a projector. TV's....different story. I would also argue the difference we are talking about between the psudo 4K and actual 4K is pretty small. It doesn't make it non-existent, it's just minimal. What you have are people who enjoy watching content and people who enjoy measuring content and this forum is more of the latter. If I pause the movie and walk closer to the screen there's no question there's more fine detail in the "true" 4k. I don't watch movies like that, but it doesn't mean it's not there. You will pay, literally, thousands more for the privilege of doing so which is where you get to make a choice. Epson has a great product for the money that isn't for movie pause and measurers. For those that want the latest and greatest specs you have other choices that will allow you to win the side by side pause and compare battle. I don't mind being a little behind in the super duper resolution battle but a lot ahead in the bank account. Others don't like the idea of an inferior image and will happily pay the premium. There's no right or wrong here and it's all personal preference. What I like about Epson is that they have found that dollar for performance sweet spot for my taste. There are those that would say if I buy the 6050 I'm buying a minor increase for thousands more over lets say a $1,000 1080p projector. Everyone has their spot where it makes sense to them which is why, for me, I've been very pleased with Epson projectors.
Finally, a post that makes complete sense to me.

I own true 4K devices and faux 4K devices. It's very hard for me to see a resolution difference between the two from my normal sitting distance. Black levels, well that's a different story. I'll take improved contrast over a bump in resolution any day, especially when the difference between faux 4K and true 4K is difficult for me to discern, even on a good day.

I would have thought that improved lumens would mean something especially with HDR but no one seems to care.

Also, this laser projector offers 3D and high lumens (4,000 max -- is that correct? What about calibrated lumens?), which should make for some pretty spectacular 3D.

Supposedly what we have is: a high lumen laser projector with HDR and 3D capabilities and really good contrast. The downside is that it's not native 4K, which means nothing to me since I can't tell the difference between native 4K and faux 4K from my normal sitting distance anyway (I really have to get close to the screen to see a difference and since I don't sit that close I don't care).

A few short years ago a high contrast laser 3D (and HDR) projector that can be placed right in front of the screen would have been unheard of at any price. Now it garners just a "ho-hum". Really?
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There also does not seem to be anything new from Sony. The JVC firmware upgrade seems to be the biggest news.
Sony also announced a firmware upgrade at IFA for their Laser VPL-VW760ES where they added dynamic laser dimming in combination with a dynamic iris. Should make owners happy. Posted by Arrow-AV here-

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/86-ul...l#post58521546

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5 year warranty or 12,000 hours coverage on the Epson UST laser is a great offering from the manufacturer.

UST's are really taking off over the last year. This one looks like it's competing with the new Optoma P1.

I think they are cool and thinking of getting one to use as a TV replacement in a bedroom.
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Yeah, it must be a VERY small market relatively speaking. I dont know a single person in my normal every day life that has a HT, much less a projector. Between work, gym and my friends, that's quite a few people.
Yeah, at least two anyway.
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Yeah, it must be a VERY small market relatively speaking. I dont know a single person in my normal every day life that has a HT, much less a projector. Between work, gym and my friends, that's quite a few people.
All of my friends come to watch movies at my house. They don't need a theater. They do however bring wine !
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All of my friends come to watch movies at my house. They don't need a theater. They do however bring wine !
You know Craig, you almost make California sound civilized.

Now if it weren't for all the people, taxes, earthquakes, government regulations, air pollution, water pollution, drought, mud slides, tsunamis, traffic, high real-estate prices, loonies, vagrants, gangs, sharks, and big foots, it might be a decent place to live.
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You know Craig, you almost make California sound civilized.



Now if it weren't for all the people, taxes, earthquakes, government regulations, air pollution, water pollution, drought, mud slides, tsunamis, traffic, high real-estate prices, loonies, vagrants, gangs, sharks, and big foots, it might be a decent place to live.


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I copied this post from a German Forum:
"Well, now I have the IFA yet to wait and the decision for a 4K projector will be very simple

DLP = Nope, because not 4K native
LCD = Nope, because not 4K natively
Sony LCOS = Nope, because irreparable contrast loss on all non-laser devices
JVC DLP = Nope, because not 4K native
JVC LCOS = Yep It will certainly be with me an N5 or N7.

I am almost glad that the manufacturers make it so easy"
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I copied this post from a German Forum:
"Well, now I have the IFA yet to wait and the decision for a 4K projector will be very simple

DLP = Nope, because not 4K native
LCD = Nope, because not 4K natively
Sony LCOS = Nope, because irreparable contrast loss on all non-laser devices
JVC DLP = Nope, because not 4K native
JVC LCOS = Yep It will certainly be with me an N5 or N7.

I am almost glad that the manufacturers make it so easy"
Your right not a ton of choice. Very surprise Epson will do another year without a native 4k

But I am really glad that JVC will do dynamic tone map. If it append to be close to what the Radiance Pro can do, all JVC owners will be astonishing. And I guess that will make JVC a lot sale in the upcoming year.

Instead of a new model, JVC this year choose to go with a new firmware. It shows a lot of respect for their early adopter costumers.
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"Well, now I have the IFA yet to wait and the decision for a 4K projector will be very simple



DLP = Nope, because not 4K native

LCD = Nope, because not 4K natively

Sony LCOS = Nope, because irreparable contrast loss on all non-laser devices

JVC DLP = Nope, because not 4K native

JVC LCOS = Yep It will certainly be with me an N5 or N7.



I am almost glad that the manufacturers make it so easy"


It’s almost like they have the market cornered so much that they can raise prices


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Any ideas of U.S. availability of the Epson LS-500?
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Any ideas of U.S. availability of the Epson LS-500?
Still available.
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