CinematicColor™ technology utilizes optimal color to bring out the most accurate and enhanced images to you. CinematicColor’s Rec.709 HDTV standard color coverage, 6x speed RGBRGB color wheel, high native ANSI contrast ratio performance and ISFccc ® certified visual calibration ensure an incredible image performance that delivers detailed, sharp and crisp visuals to accompany your home cinema enjoyment.
Only True Color Conveys Deep Feelings
Of all DLP projector components, the color wheel has the greatest effect on color. Achieving perfect balance between color accuracy and brightness requires high precision and stringent quality control. Because even nanometer differences create great differences to color spectrum, BenQ CinematicColor™ uses precise nanometer-level references to test over 20 combinations of color wheel angle and coating. Each color wheel is carefully fabricated with high-pure-color coatings to meet Rec. 709 color gamut requirements and reproduce the true color of Hollywood films.
Showcase Full-HD content in sharp, 1080p definition and enjoy Blu-ray, video and HD broadcasting in beautiful, high-contrast quality without downscaling or compression
An ingenious solution that intensifies your viewing pleasure while saving money, SmartEco™ automatically adjusts lamp brightness based on content to project richer blacks and increase contrast for tiny text and subtle details.
Resonant chambers house 10-watt speakers precision tuned by BenQ sound engineers to maximize deep bass and soaring highs – all without wires. Four preset sound modes and an equalizer setting match the music and soundtrack of your choice to immerse you in total entertainment.
BenQ Wireless Full HD Kit covers up to 100’* with four powerful antennas for crystal clear streaming, even through walls. Pairing with the projector via one-time setup and staying paired, the wireless kit’s zero latency delivers smooth video and gaming with virtually no lag, and dynamic frequency selection switches channels to ensure crisp, sharp streaming.
* Line of sight. Transmission distance depends on actual environment. Stated distance is based on line-of-sight measurement. Structures constructed of steel, wood, concrete, or brick may decrease transmission distance.