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Originally Posted by aerodynamics
On a side note, I've pretty much made up my mind on the Lune 4K. It's either this or the Jmgo U1. I wanted to let CES pass before deciding and IMO it was somewhat of a disappointment for the UST side of things. A bunch of new $3k-up models were shown, none of which can come close to producing P3 color, except maybe the Hisense. It just seems like a step backward to be paying that much $$ in 2019 for Rec.709.
The color space for both the LG and Optoma projectors haven't even been announced yet, so I'm not sure how you can assume they won't cover P3!? The LG especially has dual lasers so it's very reasonable to assume it would have an expanded color gamut. As far as the Lune 4K is concerned, it hasn't been verified whether or not this will cover P3 either (if you have undeniable proof, please prove me wrong) and the only reference I've seen is a P3 logo on the projector but that doesn't really mean much, could be markeing mumbo jumbo. The Lune 4K also doesn't support HDCP 2.2 according to the manufacturer and then you're dealing with a Chinese import so no telling how the customer service will be.
I was looking into the Lune 4K also but now that something from more reputable manufacturers has been announced, I'll stick with the familiar. Keep in mind that all of these projectors are based on the EXACT SAME TECHNOLOGY
, so any differences in color, contrast etc will come down to implementation. I'd be willing to bet that the LG and Optoma (biggest names in tech) would be able to produce a much better ultra short throw projector than Lune.
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