Category Archives: AV Solutions

Triple Projector Comparison: LX-UH1 vs 5040UB vs UHD65 Part I

JVC LX-UH1 vs Epson 5040UB & 6040UB vs. Optoma UHD65 Projector Comparison Part II

JVC LX-UH1 vs. Epson 5040UB/6040UB vs. Optoma UHD65 This is our first triple comparison and it turned out to be very interesting! We found out things that we would not have expected based on the individual tests and measurements we did prior to the comparison. The very popular Epson 5040UB, which is the same as […]

Sony VPL-VW385ES vs JVC DLA-X790R Projector Comparison (Part II)

Sony VPL-VW385ES vs JVC DLA-X790R Projector Comparison Part II

If you haven’t read part I of this review, we suggest you go back and read it, as this is a continuation of our projector comparison. Click here to go back to Part I. Contrast & Black Levels One of the challenges with making online comparisons is the lack of references or standards when it […]

Sony VPL-VW385ES vs JVC DLA-X790R Projector Comparison (Part I)

Sony VPL-VW385ES vs JVC DLA-X790R Projector Comparison Part I

Introduction Are JVC Black levels really the best in the industry? How does 4K e-shift5 really compare to native 4K? These and other image quality questions will be addressed in this comparison. Both of these projectors are relatively new – they were introduced at the annual CEDIA convention in September of 2017. Both projectors represent […]

Optoma UHD50 vs BenQ HT2550 4K Projector Comparison (Part II)

Optoma UHD50 vs BenQ HT2550

4K Projector Comparison Continued If you haven’t already, you might want to read the first part of this comparison here. On that post, we went over color gamut, contrast, and black levels comparing the Optoma UHD50 and the BenQ HT2550. In this part, we’re continuing our side-by-side comparison by going over sharpness, detail, and HDR […]

Optoma UHD50 vs BenQ HT2550 4K Projector Comparison (Part I)

Optoma UHD50 vs BenQ HT2550

Introduction Both the BenQ HT2550 ($1,499) and Optoma UHD50 ($1,399) are based on the new .47 TI DLP 4K chip. This allows a much more economical 4K projector and still enables the required 8.2 million pixels to the screen to qualify for the UHD 4K designation. Since they both use the same DLP chip, similar […]