Originally Posted by DunMunro
Epson 4K 'enhancement' = 4.15megapixels = good
BenQ HT3550 = 'true 4K' = 8.3 megapixels = double plus good.
The BenQ meets the industry standard for 4k.
Yes it's throwing 8.3 million pixels on the screen but this is not the same as Native 4K which is 8.3 million (individual)
I went and tested a bunch of different projectors and ideally I would like to combine the e-shift of these DLPs with the superior contrasts of the Epson. But as it sits I couldn't live with the greys not blacks that DLPs put out, in an ideal world all projectors would have JVC levels of blacks but alas this isn't an ideal world and we must pick the best within our budgets and in this respect the Epson is remarkably good with throwing up a surprisingly sharp image to boot.
I took this only image only 4 ft from the screen and this was from a 1080P Bluray with 4K Enhancement ON.
Epson EH-TW9400 - QualGear Fixed Frame 100” - Sony x700 BRP & Panasonic 420 BRP - Sony 1080 AVR - IPL Acoustics M1TLs & IPL Acoustics AVC Pro Centre, Four KEF surrounds & 2 Sub boxes (10” Sub + 10” Passive Radiator)
Last edited by Luminated67; 03-25-2019 at 03:07 AM.