I'd say Apple TV 4k is a good possibility. I looked briefly at the Epson's specs, and I can't tell if it supports Dolby Vision, but it seems like it doesn't. If it doesn't, Apple TV converts Dolby Vision to an HDR10-compatible format with a hard 4000 nit peak brightness ceiling, which is better than stripping all of the metadata and going with "regular" HDR10. It's not as good as Dolby Vision, but it's better than HDR10, and since the project doesn't support it anyway, you'll be getting some benefit in the end. Netflix had plenty of Dolby Vision content.Recently got my first projector set up. Epson 5050UB. I have cat6a running to it. What should I be looking at to get netflix and amazon prime video running? I see there is a new fire cube coming out, but it sounds like from its own description that it doesn't really work with projectors.
Thanks for any advice.
You'll have to run a long HDMI cable to it, but they are pretty cheap at monoprice. Just get high speed certified 18gb.