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4K Beamer Test: 5 UHD projectors under 2.000 Euro compared
The comparison makes it easier to make a purchase decision for the tested beamers under 2,000 euros. It’s not that long ago, you had to dig five digits deep into your pocket, to get 4K resolution via projector in the home theatre. Then came the DLP chips, which only work halfway through, now with a quarter of the maximum sharpness and compensate for this with pixel shift. However, the resulting pixels are larger than a quarter of Full HD, which provides an excellent fill factor (not a fly screen), but does not deliver the perfect detail resolution.
In the test, the sharpness impression of the new entrants is, surprisingly, outstanding in comparison to the most expensive competitors. The real criticisms of Kippspiegelchen lie elsewhere. We tested three 0.47 “DMD chip models that were released on the market and let them compete against two BenQ devices we had earlier introduced, which serve as references for the entry-level UHD class.
The Optoma UHD40 seems technically quite close to the BenQ W1700, while the ViewSonic PX747-4k with its white segment colour wheel is closer to the BenQ TK800. Acer also offers a lot more sense for home theatre in the M550 for a few hundred euros, because the concept of mechanics and electronics is a whole lot better than the stripped-down minimal models. If only there were not a few essential 4K bonuses such as High Dynamic Range and Extended Color Space, which are quite different challenges.