I get a kick out of people who say projectors can't do 4K/HDR
If you have a blacked out light controlled space, you don't need 10,000 nits for HDR.
I have an LG 65" OLED and a JVC Projector that throws an image twice as wide.
The JVC is not as bright, but as a reflective display it doesn't need to be when the lights are all off.
I actually run my JVC in low lamp mode to avoid eye strain.
The OLED (even though dialed down on the brightness levels) is way too intense without any ambient lighting in the room
I've posted quite a few JVC vs OLED screen shots here from 3 years ago: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/40-ol...l#post54724244
Just shot these tonight from the Glass 4K/UHD/HDR
2015 JVC model X750 (RS500) 12 y/o $250 ebay motorized 120" screen, 1.3 gain
Shot from 8' viewing distance with a Galaxy S9 smartphone camera
If your Projector doesn't look like a giant 120" OLED,
you're room probably isn't setup correctly and/or you didn't spend enough on your projector
a good JVC projector is not cheap, but it's still a LOT less than the largest OLED TV's
Before my OLED/JVC combo I ran a Pioneer Kuro plasma and an 08' Epson 1080UB for 8+ years in a dual setup
Logged about 14K hours on each, Epson went through 5 replacement lamps and was retired 3 years ago, even though it was still working.
If you've got 100% light control, dark non-reflective walls that absorb light, a Good
projector does 4K/HDR Very Well!