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    So far I seen news reports on Samsung's 146" wall display ang LG's roll up big screen...
     
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    4K Projectors go under $1500!
    Evan Powell — Jan 8, 2018

    CES 2018
    opens in Las Vegas this week and it ushers in several new 4K home theater projectors priced under $1500

    ViewSonic releases the PX727-4K
    Viewsonic has announced the PX727-4K, their first 4K UHD home entertainment projector. It uses the new 0.47” 4K UHD chipset and XPR technology to put a 3840x2160, 8.3 million pixel image on the screen.

    Rated at 2200 lumens, the PX727-4K is HDR (High Dynamic Range)-compatible with open standard HDR. It offers both Rec. 709 and Rec. 2020 compatibility and DCI-P3 wide color gamut. Color reproduction is enhanced with an exclusive SuperColor™ six-segment RGBRGB color wheel that produces a broad color spectrum with bright and deep color saturation.

    Other features of the PX727-4K include a 1.2x optical zoom lens, HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2 support, a 12V trigger, and an onboard 10-watt speaker. The projector has and an energy-saving SuperEco™ function that reduces power consumption and extends the lamp life to up to 15,000 hours.

    The ViewSonic PX727-4K begins shipping this month for a street price of $1499 including a unique 3-year warranty.

    Optoma adds Alexa Voice Command to 4K
    Optoma has announced two new 4K home theater projectors, the UHD51A and the UHD50. Featuring the new 0.47” 4K UHD DLP chipset that delivers 3840x2160 pixels, these models are rated at 2400 lumens and 500,000:1 contrast. They both offer an RGBRGB color wheel and HDR10 with Rec.2020 / DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut along with a pair of HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 support to ensure compatibility with the latest 4K UHD video playback devices and game consoles with HDR at 60 Hz refresh rates.

    The Optoma UHD51A is priced at $1699, and the UHD50 is at $1499. What is the difference you ask? They are basically the same projector, but you pay a bit extra for the UHD51A in order to get its innovative, industry first voice commandcapability, incorporating Amazon Alexa Smart Home and Custom Skills, as well as a built-in 4K UHD media player and Android OS.

    The Optoma UHD51A and UHD50 both come with a one-year warranty and will be available in late March through Amazon, BestBuy.com and Fry’s Electronics.

    BenQ announces CineHome HT2550
    BenQ has announced a new entry level 4K home theater projector with its release of the CineHome HT2550, which also uses the new 0.47" 4K UHD DLP chip that puts 8.3 million pixels on screen. The HT2550 is rated at 2200 lumens and delivers 96% coverage of the Rec. 709 color gamut. It uses BenQ CinematicColor™ technology and an RGBRGB color wheel.

    The CineHome HT2550 offers HDR10 and HDMI 2.0 w/ HDCP 2.2, along with motion-adaptive edge pixel enhancement, sophisticated color algorithms, and other proprietary processing. The HT2550 also includes a 1.2x zoom lens, auto keystone correction, a 5-watt speaker, and the ability to connect an HDMI dongle to activate streaming from sources like Google Chromecast, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV Stick.

    The BenQ HT2550 retails for $1499 with a one-year warrantyand begins shipping this month. It is available in North America for pre-order exclusively via Amazon until Jan. 14 and at BenQ Direct. Additional availability starts Jan. 15 from Best Buy U.S. and Best Buy Canada ($1,999 CAD).

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    Sounds like this year's QLED's are going to be a nice upgrade over the subpar sets Samsung put out last year. From what I've read the black levels are great and it's back lit instead of edge lit. A smaller thing about the set that I really like is the fact that they use a box for all of the HDMI cables to hook up to and a single flat wire to head up to the tv rather than having to try to hide all of the cables coming out of the set it's self, that makes wall mounting a far more attractive option.
     
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    TCL are making the new 6 series even better then last years P series.they are now supporting Dolby HDR and they added more zones and there will be a 55 inch for 649 and a 65 inch it also won editors choice for the tv in its price range
     
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    What's price of 65? I have the 55" P.
     
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    so samsung tv's going to support vrr? are these 2018 modules and when do the usually come out?
     
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    The thing that bothers me is the stuff they show that never ends up getting released or is still years away, why overshadow the sets you are going to be releasing this year with tech that's still over a year or longer from release? makes no sense. Like that saumsung set that uses a ton of micro LED's, I believe sony had something similar to that a few years ago and then never talked about it again. I love the idea of the tech, basically getting OLED performance without any of the potential problems but why show it now if it's not coming until at least 2019?
     
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    I think in the video the guy said the 2018 QLED's will support it, not sure about a release date though. I hope they also support Dolby Vision, with Sony jumping on board it seems that Samsung is the only major manufacturer that's holding out unless they've announced it and I've just missed it.
     
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    I don't blame you man! The dude is a total Rockstar!

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