"Given a good 1920 x 1080 HD source, the projector produced some of the best 2D images I’ve yet seen."
Measured Full-On/Full-Off Contrast Ratio: 152,000:1 (compare to 3,000:1 or less in your typical commercial cinema projector)
"There have been three times in my life that I saw a projected image from a home theater unit that left me grasping for superlatives. The initial experience was in the late 1980s the first time I saw a CRT projector fed by a laser disc source projected onto a 60" screen, which at the time seemed enormous. The second time experience was when I saw my first high-definition 3-chip DLP, the SIM2 C3X at CEDIA several years ago. The third time was the other day when I spent 20 or 30 minutes watching Blu-ray (2D and 3D) on the Sony VPL-VW1000ES... I found the image absolutely seductive. Going into the evaluation, because I had never seen much benefit to upscaling DVDs to 1080p, I was skeptical about the ability of a 4K projector to improve upon 2K Blu-ray. I was wrong. The image had a subtle but unmistakable added solidity and great depth. But what was most appealing to me was the color performance, which offered deep, rich, and vibrant colors without a hint of oversaturation."
I'll swing by Best Buy and get a setup like that for my Mom this weekend.
Looks freaking incredible, even form an iphone pic!
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