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What is the difference between Native 4K and DLP 4K UDH Technology?


Native 4K is an approach widely believed to be delivering the incomparable stable and clearest images, while DLP 4K UHD Technology is being thought to be more affordable but also more likely to cause blurring and introduce artifacts to the images; for instances that hold these arguments might make the comparison between 1080p and 1080i as a plausible analogy, arguing the DLP 4K UHD Technology might produce “Interlacing Effects”, making artifacts of motions visible to audiences’ eyes.

However, it shows only when displaying complex graphics or textual presentations. That means it’s hard to notice the difference in the quality of video output by a pixel shifting 1080p projector and a native 4K projector when playing motion movies. Therefore, DLP 4K UHD Technology projectors are best recommended for those who want to buy the most affordable 4K projectors primarily for enjoying movies at home.

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