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How does Native 4K compare to DLP 4K UHD Technology?

Native 4K is an approach which is widely believed to deliver the most stable and clearest images. Please click and follow the instructions below, or read on to learn more about this topic.

Native 4K is an approach which is widely believed to deliver the most stable and clearest images, while DLP 4K UHD Technology is thought of as being a more affordable option that is more likely to cause blurring and artifacts to the images. Those that hold this belief tend to use the difference between 1080p and 1080i as an analogy, arguing that DLP 4K UHD Technology might result in “Interlacing Effects”, making blur artifacts that result from motion visible to the audiences. However, such effects tend to only appear when displaying complex graphics or text-based presentations. This means that in reality it's hard for audiences to notice the difference in the quality of video output by a 1080p projector with pixel shifting technology and a native 4K projector when playing movies. Therefore, DLP 4K UHD Technology projectors are the best recommended choice for those who want to buy an affordable 4K projector primarily for use enjoying movies at home.

Applicable Models

TK850

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