It seems like only yesterday that we were finally getting 1080p televisions and already we’re clamoring for something more. With a resolution of 4096 x 2160 and 20,000 lumens brightness, the SRX-T420 certainly delivers that something. The SRX-T420 features a contrast ratio of 3,000:1, superior to Sony’s other 4K projectors, as well as performance and usability tweaks.
The DLA-RS4000, JVC’s top of the line in luxury home projectors, ships this October at a suggested sale price of $175,000. ISF and THX certified, the DLA-RS4000 utilize a trio of 4K2K D-ILA devices to provide an impressive 10 megapixel image at a 4,096 x 2,400 resolution. For those keeping score, that’s four times the resolution of 1080p.
Earlier this week, Sony announced the Bravia VPL-VW85, their new flagship projector. The VW85 uses Sony’s High Frame 3SXRD panel which doubles the amount of frames produced and ensures fluid movement throughout the viewing experience. The projector has a 120,000:1 contrast ratio and a Full HD 1080p picture.
Going above and beyond the current standard for premium viewing, Full HD, JVC has announced its Super Hi-Vision D-ILA projector, the first of its kind in the world. This projector features a contrast ratio of 5500:1 and the ability to render a video with a 35 megapixel resolution due to the D-ILA display system.
A new powerful, portable high-performance projector has hit the market. The iVision 30 from Digital Projection International (DPI) is located in the middle of DPI’s line of high-performance video products. This physically small device, measuring just 3.5-inches tall and 11-inches wide, can be purchased with a standard lens (1080p-C) or wide-angle (1080p-W-XB).