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All Specifications


  • Brightness (ANSI lumens)
  • Native Resolution
    4K UHD (3840×2160)
  • Native Aspect Ratio
  • Contrast Ratio (FOFO)
    (w/ Lightsource Dimming), 2,000,000:1
  • Display Color
    30-bit (1.07 billion colors)
  • Light Source
  • Light Source Life
    a. Normal 20000 hrs, b. ECO 25000 hrs
  • Optical

  • Throw Ratio
  • Zoom Ratio
  • Lens
    F/# 2.1 ~ 3.0 , f 16.0 (Wide) ~25.7 (Tele) mm
  • Projection Offset (Full-Height)
  • Keystone Adjustment
    2D, Vertical ± 35 degrees; Horizontal ± 35 degrees
  • Lens Shift Vertical
  • Lens Shift Horizontal
  • Picture

  • DCI-P3 Coverage
  • Rec. 709 Coverage
  • Picture Modes
    3D, Bright, Bright Cinema, Cinema, FILMMAKER MODE, FILMMAKER MODE HDR, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, ISF Day, ISF Night, User
  • Compatibility

  • Resolution Support
    VGA (640 x 480) to 4K UHD (3840 x 2160)
  • Horizontal Frequency
  • Vertical Scan Rate
  • I/O Interface

  • HDMI in
  • LAN (RJ45)
    (10/100 Mbps), (x1)
  • 3D Sync out
    (x1), VESA
  • USB Type A
  • USB Type B
    (x1), USB Type B-1(service)
  • RS232 in (DB-9pin)
  • Audio

  • Speaker
    No Speaker
  • HDMI Audio Return
    eARC, 7.1 channel
  • S/PDIF
    2-Channel, PCM, Multi-Channel, RAW
  • Environment

  • Operating Temperature
  • Power Supply
    AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Typical Power Consumption (110V)
    Max 450W/ Normal 380W/ ECO 240W
  • Stand-by Power Consumption
  • Network Stand-by Power Consumption
  • Acoustic Noise (Typ./Eco.)(dB)
  • Accessories

  • Remote Control w/ Battery
  • Power Cord (by region)
    x1 (1.8M)
  • HDMI cable
  • Quick Start Guide
    (x1) 18L
  • Warranty Card (by region)
  • Lens cover
  • Dimension & Weight

  • Dimensions (WxHxD) (mm)
  • Net Weight (kg)
  • Dimensions (WxHXD) (inch)
  • Net Weight (lb)
  • Projection System

  • Projection System
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    • Why does the 4K DLP Technology produce a slight high frequency noise?

      In order to create smooth 4K resolution images, True 4K DLP Technology utilizes high speed pixel displacement and the superimposition of pixels to produce the 8.3 million pixels seen by the viewer. An end result of this process is a degree of vibration that may results in a slight or unnoticeable high-frequency noise.

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    • What type of connections on the projector supports HDR10/HLG/HDR10+?

      The projector will automatically detect HDR10/HLG/HDR10+ and display compatible signals from sources connected to HDMI (HDCP2.2).

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    • Can I turn on the Local Contrast Enhancer or MEMC while watching HDR10+ content?

      When watching HDR10+ content, you cannot enable Local Contrast Enhancer (LCE) at the same time. This is because HDR10+ does not allow additional contrast enhancement functions to be enabled, as they may conflict with other contrast-enhancing algorithms. However, it is okay to enable Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation (MEMC) at the same time.

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    • How to watch HDR10+ content?

      If your player and video both support HDR10+, your projector will automatically activate when it receives an HDR10+ format through HDMI. However, if one of the player, video, or projector does not support HDR10+ format, the content will only be played in the standard HDR10 format.

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    • Does the projector support Bluetooth or Wi-Fi speakers?

      No, the projector does not have the capability to transmit audio via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. We recommend connecting your speaker directly to your playback device or connecting the projector to an audio system via ARC/eARC for improved audio quality and to avoid latency issues associated with wireless transmission.

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    • Does the projector support full 3D formats?

      Yes, the projector supports full 3D formats including Frame Sequential (PC), Frame Packing (Blu-ray), Side by side and Top & Bottom (streaming) 3D formats.

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    • What if the views are swapped when I use 3D glasses with the projector?

      Go to the DISPLAY: 3D > 3D Sync Invert setting in the OSD settings menu to switch 3D Sync Invert to ON and the view should return to normal.

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    • What type of 4K HDR signal is compatible with the projector?

      The compatible resolution is 3840 x 2160 in pixels at 24/25/30/50/60 (Hz). Please click and follow the instructions below, or read on to learn more about this topic.

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    • What makes BenQ Home Projector's True 4K outperform a 3LCD projector's 4K-Enhancement?

      BenQ delivers 8.3 million distinct pixels. Please click and follow the instructions below, or read on to learn more about this topic.

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    • Why is BenQ Home Projector’s 4K resolution a True 4K?

      True 4K UHD must deliver 8.3 million pixels on the screen. Please click and follow the instructions below, or read on to learn more about this topic.

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