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Posted: 2018-03-12 17:02:24

Resolution schmezolution. After reviewing a handful of 4K-capable projectors, I can once again tell you not to expect much improvement from all those extra pixels, even when you're talking about a huge, 120-inch screen.

On the other hand, the Optoma UHD60, one of the first 4K projectors that's actually affordable, is an excellent performer. It showed superb contrast with great pop, beating the BenQ HT2550 and edging out the Epson HC4000 -- the latter a 1080p projector -- for overall picture quality.

Between the Optoma and Epson, it's very close and depends on what and how you watch. The brighter Optoma is better at filling larger screens and in situations with more ambient light, but also has more contrast and pop in a dark room, as well as the advantage of a slightly sharper image with 4K sources. The Epson, meanwhile, has better features including a power lens, somewhat more accurate color and a better image with HDR TV shows and movies.

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