When you decide to go and get a 4K projector for your home you often find multiple options available. That’s what one considers a good problem to have, but the dilemma may prove to have considerable consequences. After all, depending on where and what you want to watch, the “wrong” projector may really dampen your enjoyment. So, here’s a quick but informative video. Basically, we recommend the HT3550 and TK850, both superb BenQ 4K projectors.
The HT3550 shines, no pun intended, in darker rooms and offers a perfect fit for movie fans. If you want a home cinema, then the HT3550 has been made for you. Meanwhile, our engineers and designers crafted the TK850 for brighter environments and sports fans, probably while watching a lot of basketball or football. In any case, the TK850 works best in relatively well-lit rooms and showcases high speed sports content with flying colors.
So, please enjoy the video and know that whatever you want to watch and no matter where you want to watch it, our projectors will be there.
HT3550 4K HDR Projector with CinematicColor™ technology expands the level of cinematic enjoyment in your living room. Empowered by the super-wide DCI-P3 industry standard color space and delicate true 4K resolution, HT3550 delivers the highest level of image accuracy to satisfy cinema fanatics’ taste.
Enjoying an authentic HDR viewing experience with family or friends is now possible in your own bright living room. All you need is a huge 100"+ projected 4K UHD 8.3 million pixel picture with HDR-PRO technology. Custom Sports modes with powerful sound and vivid color put you in the action as if you are in the stadium, all in a stylish, compact design with easy setup. Enjoy and celebrate the victory with your pals!
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