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    Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    "Breathtakingly-real picture quality," is promised across the whole range.
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    Re: Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    'cost effective VPL-VW260ES'
    Interested by that.

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    Re: Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    the day we will have a 'life time' projector lamp in the 3000 Lumens range is finally here!

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    Re: Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    No prices? Remains to be seen how cost effective they are then . . .
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    Re: Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    the day we will have a 'life time' projector lamp in the 3000 Lumens range is finally here!

    approx 20,000 hours is a lot for a 225W mercury lamp.

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    Re: Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    the day we will have a 'life time' projector lamp in the 3000 Lumens range is finally here!

    approx 20,000 hours is a lot for a 225W mercury lamp.
    Uses laser

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    Re: Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    Has it got a "set to stun" button?
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Sony intros trio of 4K HDR Home Cinema projectors

    Cost effective? So under $1500? Under 1000? If not, then it's not.

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