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Optoma 4K UHZ65 vs THEO-Z651 (Part II)

Blog Post UHZ65 vs Upgraded UHZ65 Part II

If you haven’t read the 1st part of this blog post, we recommend reading it first. Optoma 4K UHZ65 vs Upgraded UHZ651 (Part I) Imaging Scaling & Color Mapping One of the great things about increasing contrast and extending the color gamut of a projector is the new look and excitement it can give to […]

Optoma 4K UHZ65 vs THEO-Z651 (Part I)

Blog Post UHZ65 vs Upgraded UHZ65

Introduction The Upgraded UHZ651 is a modification and re-calibration of the Optoma UHZ65 laser 4K UHD projector. The changes are designed to increase the color gamut to achieve over 80% of the wide color gamut for the HDR standard, known as REC 2020, and to improve the black levels and contrast of the projector. The […]

Top 5 Things You Should Know Between True 4K and Streaming 4K

Top 5 Things You Should Know Between True 4K & Streaming 4K

What You Should Know About 4K and Streaming It Did you know that true 4K video quadrupled the resolution of previous HD screens? It now allows video to deliver some amazing visuals. And the larger the screen, the better the experience. Most 4K TVs offer high dynamic range (HDR) and a larger color space with a […]

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

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

Part III Of Our Projector Comparison If you have not read the 1st and 2nd part of our blog, we highly recommend reading them. Read the 1st part here –> .Read the 2nd part here –> HDR 4K Performance This is what a good 4K HDR projection is all about in my mind – expanded […]

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

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

Part II Of Our Projector Comparison If you have not read the first part of our blog, we highly recommend reading it as it covers blacks and contrast levels. Read it here. Color Comparing color between projectors online is very difficult due to the fact that most people will not see the images on a […]