VAVA introduces its new line of Chroma triple laser short throw projector TVs, an advanced version of the short-throw projector that guarantees vivid colors.
It looks nice, has good specs, 3D, but $3200 after 35% discount is pushing it imho. Loving all this tri-laser UST competition, bring on more models!
I tend to think of the Samsung and LG triple laser’s as being in a slightly different category because of their 0.66 chips and being from established multinational electronics manufacturing companies.Other triple laser units are 5-6K. $3200 seems like a steal. Plus this VAVA has 106% of Rec.2020 color space is impressive. Good HDR performance.
I’m curious about that too, I think so in a consumer projector?! Do we know much about the actual tech behind the Samsung, LG and Bomaker tri-lasers?And also shows "ALPD 4.0"... is this the first PJ w/it?!
JMGO U2 comes with the screen for price of $2630. Spec wise they are almost similar. built wise JMGO U2 is solid and have a premium look. Only thing worries about JMGO U2 is the warranty and how they handle their customers post sale.I’m curious about that too, I think so in a consumer projector?! Do we know much about the actual tech behind the Samsung, LG and Bomaker tri-lasers?
Maybe the JMGO U2 is ALPD 4.0? It’s tri-laser tech is kind of a black box at this point.
I think this may be the first UST with ALPD 4.0 with 3 laser combo.Smart move by VAVA to make this competitive. Have to chuckle at that retail price, and in general, how companies come up with them .
Noticed they also removed the "HDR10+" claim, and now just shows "HDR10". And also shows "ALPD 4.0"... is this the first PJ w/it?!
Their promo video still shows HDR10+ and APLD 3.0... what is it VAVA?! Those are significant spec differences.