7 Best 4k Projectors | January 2017

We spent 26 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top options for this wiki. If you want the full cinema experience in the comfort of your own home, you'll find the right 4K projector from our selection here. Due to the still high cost of true 4K models, we have also included a few that mimic the quality reasonably well. Click here to see our #1 pick on Amazon.
7 Best 4k Projectors | January 2017

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The JVC DLAX500R is a highly capable projector that supports 2 to 4K up-conversion and a wide variety of content playback. Its user-friendly lens has adjustable presets to personalize use, and it is capable of displaying 3D content.
The Epson PowerLite Pro LS10000 uses a combination of 4K enhancement technology and triple LCD reflective laser projection to create a highly detailed image that really sucks you into the onscreen action. It displays absolute black on screens for better color reproduction.
Watch your movies and sports on a big screen with the JVC DLA-X700R. It replicates the movie-going experience by producing a sharp, flicker-free, 4K-enhanced image on large projection screens, or even a white wall in your bedroom, if you so choose.
The Sony VPLVW365ES produces an incredibly true-to-life picture, thanks to its Triluminos display technology, which offers a larger color spectrum than most projectors. You can also enjoy even the fastest live sporting action without any blur.
  • works well in rooms of all sizes
  • accepts 4k mastered blu-ray discs
  • blacks aren't super deep
Brand Sony
Model VPLVW365ES
Weight 36.4 pounds
The JVC DLA-X900RKT PREMIUM THX features an intelligent lens aperture that works to give you optimal contrast ratio, creating a vivid, crisp screen image. You'll also enjoy built-in conversion capabilities for 1080p content.
  • dual hdmi ports
  • onscreen resolution of 3840 x 2160
  • e-shift3 for flicker-free images
Brand JVC
Model DLAX900RKT
Weight 43 pounds
The Epson Home Cinema 5040UB comes at an affordable price because it uses 4K enhancement as opposed to true 4K. It has a maximum color and white light brightness rating of 2,500 lumens, and allows for brightness adjustment depending on your viewing situation.
  • produces the entire srgb color range
  • rich deep blacks
  • motorized lens adjustments
Brand Epson
Model Home Cinema 5040UB
Weight 31.7 pounds
If you demand a stunning media viewing experience with perfect clarity, the Sony VPLVW675ES is the unit for you. Its 1,800 lumens make images easy to see, even in daylight, and its 300,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio makes all of the colors vibrantly pop off the screen.
  • supports hd to 4k upscaling
  • easy auto calibration function
  • smartly placed forward-facing fan
Brand Sony
Model VPLVW675ES
Weight 37 pounds
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