HDR, or high dynamic range, is a term used in the projector world to describe the quality of projected images – but what exactly does it mean? Here’s a guide of everything you need to know about HDR.
Understanding cables and bandwidth is an important part of figuring out the perfect projector set-up. We’ve explored the essentials of bandwidth and why it matters when looking for your next projector.
The brand new EH-TW9400 and EH-TW9400W extend Epson’s offering of 4K enhancement projector technology with some exciting modifications to their predecessors. The devices, now available to buy from Projectorpoint, offer an increase in brightness and contrast, as well as support for HDR10, HLG HDR formats and 18GBPS 4K signals.
The EH-TW7400 comes with a range of improvements to its hugely popular EH-TW7300 predecessor – the, including a brightness increase to 2,400 ANSI lumens and a contrast increase to 200,000:1. Now available from Projectorpoint, this projector comes packed with an array of new features you’ll want to take a closer look at.
The all new Epson home cinema range is now on shelves with its much anticipated enhanced 4K projector quality! Built for true film fanatics, the new EH-TW9400, EH-TW9400W and EH-TW7400 follow the success of last year’s Epson models and offer an exciting opportunity to experience 4K quality images.
Epson has released its latest range of enhanced 4K projectors. The new EH-TW9400, EH-TW9400W and EH-TW7400 build on the success of last year’s models that succeeded in proving to the industry just what is possible with its enhanced 4k technology. Let’s see what Epson have in store for us this year.
The time has finally come for Sony to roll out its new home cinema projector range. With native 4K SXRD panels, HDMI 18GB per second bandwidth and unique Sony processing perks such as 4K motion flow and enhanced reality creation, the VW270ES, VW570ES and VW870ES are set to make an impression.
Sony’s VPL-VW270ES offers consumers some of the highest quality performance available in the projector world. With native 4K image quality, HDMI 18GB per second bandwidth and unique Sony processing modifications such as 4K motion flow, it’s set to impress those in the market for exceptional home cinema experiences.
Sony’s impressive VPL-VW570ES makes a strong addition to the brand’s new range of native 4K projectors. With 4K SXRD panels, HDMI 18GB per second bandwidth and unique Sony processing modifications such as 4K motion flow and enhanced reality creation, many are eager to take a closer look.