BenQ TK800 True 4K UHD HDR Home Entertainment Projector, DLP, 3000 Lumens, HMDI, Football Mode - White/Blue

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BenQ TK800 True 4K UHD HDR Home Entertainment Projector, DLP, 3000 Lumens, HMDI, Football Mode - White/Blue

BenQ TK800 True 4K UHD HDR Home Entertainment Projector, DLP, 3000 Lumens, HMDI, Football Mode - White/Blue

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colour standard and nowhere near the current DCI-P3 gamut being used by Hollywood on UHD Blu-rays and the like within the Rec. The onboard audio system on most projectors is a joke, but BenQ has devoted some attention to it in the TK800M.

There are keys here that do not function with the TK800 such as dynamic iris and detail enhancer, so points to this remote being bundled with most of the BenQ projector range. respectively, we found that using the picture mode User 1 with colour temperature Normal and gamma set to 2. We have a good set of calibration controls present with the TK800 and should be able to correct the greyscale and colour gamut for HD viewing to D65 and Rec.One thing we didn’t like about Vivid TV mode was that it had a tendency to blow out the brightest scenes of the content we were watching with a green hue. The projector might be applying some visual trickery to get the perceived resolution up to the required eight million pixels, but it definitely works. Editor's Note: Our original review of the BenQ TK800 posted June 2018 referenced and made comparisons with the BenQ HT2550, a sister product that is essentially the same except for BenQ's use of a different color wheel. The projector's image specifications are where
things get really interesting, particularly its claimed peak brightness of 3,000 Lumens. The BENQ TK800 generic lamp with housing includes generic plastic housing and a generic bulb from an authorised manufacturer of generic lamps.

Rather than making huge changes to the RGB sliders, I chose to leave Brilliant Color on and tweak the Normal preset. The market for budget Ultra HD projectors has exploded of late with displays coming from multiple manufacturers. However BenQ have been using the terminology ‘True 4K” in their marketing which we feel is not accurate and a little misleading to those who don’t understand how the technology works.Thanks to BenQ’s Auto HDR Colour Rendition technology, the TK800 can deliver HDR with greater brightness and contrast range than SDR. It is a cheaper solution recommended for in-home use, where projection quality and reliability are not as crucial. The BenQ TK800 is not a home cinema projector built for critical movie viewing in a bat cave environment. We must also remind ourselves of the goals of the manufacturer for this product and while it is interesting to see how it copes with trying to be accurate, it is simply not built, or intended, to be so. The TK800 also features a number of built-in picture modes, including Cinema, Vivid TV, and Sport, as well as two custom adjustable modes for more advanced users.

Chris enjoys bringing his observations and discoveries about every kind of home theater product to as many curious and well-informed readers as possible. Despite not actually using a native 4K panel it’s still capable of highly detailed images, and is also very bright – making it perfect for less than ideal conditions such as a room with white walls or big windows. TK800's lightweight design and sleek compact profile accentuates beautiful aesthetics as well as intuitive functionality and eco-friendly design. There are no standards for HDR on projectors and with reflective display technology, like projection, you are just not able to reach the type of brightness levels, and pin point brightness accuracy that you can with a TV display. The essential change in both the BenQ TK800 and the ViewSonic PX747-4K is the switch to a color wheel that has a white (clear) segment to boost white light output.Once 3D is turned on, any subsequent 4K material being displayed will be projected in native 1080p until you go back into the menu to turn 3D off. If you’d rather go for a dedicated theater model, check out my review of BenQ’s HT2550 published recently. I'd read both reviews carefully to see which delivers the most brightness in the watchable movie/cinema modes. To activate Keystone adjustments, close the menu and use the up and down arrows on the remote's navigation pad. Of course, the single speaker can produce only mono sound, whereas some competitors offer stereo or even stereo with surround effects.

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