It's under discussion here:Anybody read about this? There's an article on projectorcentral by Rob Sabin
Epson Sues VAVA Claiming Misleading UST SpecsIn this latest legal action, Epson says VAVA's 4K UST laser projector fails to meet either of two brightness specs being used to market it.www.projectorcentral.com
What are your guys thoughts???
This is supposedly the highest profile "shots fired" as typical manufacturers getting sued are the low grade 1LCD PJs you see on Amazon
While in one hand I applaud the projector industry for policing efforts by manufacturers to push misleading specs
The other hand, I'm actually not aware of the "6000" lumen claim that VAVA made, but apparently it did fall short on testing of the 2500 even.
That said, so did the Optoma UHD50x of last year. It also fell short on a lot of other claims too. I don't see Optoma getting policed
I guess beggars can't be choosers. What's everyone else think?
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