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JVC DLA-RS4500 4K D-ILA Pro­jec­tor

(May) JVC added this na­tive-4k state­ment piece last year while con­tin­u­ing to hone its more af­ford­able 1080p pixel-shifters that approximate 4K res­o­lu­tion. A laser-driven light en­gine with ra­zor­sharp, top-line op­tics com­bine here with 4K D-ILA LCOS chips that have been hand­picked for the high­est con­trast. An out­stand­ing flag­ship in ev­ery sense of the word. $35,000,

JVC DLA-X790R D-ILA Pro­jec­tor

(De­cem­ber soun­dand­vi­ / April 2018) The mid­dle-tier model from JVC’S new lineup of Uhd-friendly, 1080p pixel-shifters makes a good case for skip­ping na­tive 4K. $6,000,

Sony VPL-VW285 LCOS Pro­jec­tor

(Fe­bru­ary/march 2018) Fac­ing new com­pe­ti­tion from af­ford­able DLP­driven pro­jec­tors that use pixel-shift­ing to achieve their 4K res­o­lu­tion, Sony in­tro­duced a new low price point for a true na­tive 4K model in the well-per­form­ing, and only slightly stripped-down, VPL-VW285ES. $5,000,

Epson Home Cin­ema 4000 LCD Pro­jec­tor

(Jan­uary 2018) At $2,200, the Home Cin­ema 4000 is the least ex­pen­sive 1080p pixel-shifter on the mar­ket (by al­most half), al­low­ing more con­sumers to en­joy a Uhd-com­pli­ant pro­jec­tor with near-4k res­o­lu­tion and the sig­nif­i­cant ben­e­fits of HDR and wide color gamut. $2,200,

Benq HT1070 DLP Pro­jec­tor (See “Value”)

Epson Home Cin­ema 3700 LCD Pro­jec­tor (See “Value”)

Elite Screens AEONCLR Se­ries Ul­tra Short Throw Screen (See “Value”)

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