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Jvc and a few others have laser projection.I believe the Jvc retails around $24,000.00
Man, you don't mess around with your Home Theater gear! My sub-$2K Epson Home Cinema 3700 projector is still humming along, but I am curious about the short-throw laser projectors that are becoming more popular these days. Also, with 85" TVs coming down in price, I wonder whether that is the way of the future vs. my 110" projection screen.
AVS Forum is a great place for projector discussions.Jvc and a few others have laser projection.I believe the Jvc retails around $24,000.00They have lesser prices on other 4K models...NX-5 ..7..9Jvc has been very popular for their inky blacks.And if you would like a stocking stuffer for your projector.........Look no further than a Panamorph Paladin DCR anamorphic lens.They fit JVC,Sony,Epson,BenQ which are all 4K.
Should add the Panamorph lens is good for only 4K projection.
Looking at the other projectors out now, I'd say the Panasonic NX-7 is probably the best projector in the 5k to 10k price range. True 4k resolution, class leading contrast and color, and very bright. This is the one I'm going to get next after I save up a bit.
There are some very nice PJ's available for low prices. However, distribution is an issue right now with COVID-19. There are several types of PJ's in the under $5000 range: DLP, LCD, D-ILA (JVC), LCOS (Sony). The light source can be lamp, laser, or LED. Only D-ILA and LCOS offer true 4K panels in consumer projectors . The DLP and LCD "4K" PJ's use pixel shifting at high frequency to simulate 4K.There are numerous things to consider when buying a PJ: black level, brightness, tone mapping for HDR, resolution, how quickly you want to turn it on/off (laser is super fast), what adjustment you need for vertical/horizontal shift, throw distance, calibration capability, memory settings for zoom and shift, noise, whether it can be adjusted via an iris to calibrate to 14 fL on the screen for diffuse white, whether it has a secondary iris for higher dynamic contrast ratio, motion handling, and bandwidth of the HDMI inputs. If you want to watch UHD Blu-rays or stream movies with HDR content then you need dynamic tone mapping. JVC is the only PJ that offers dynamic tone mapping and this is on their NX5, NX7, and NX9 PJ's.Panasonic hasn't had a consumer PJ for a couple of years. I think you mean the JVC DLA-NX7. They are under $5K.
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