Top 5 Best Home Cinema and 4K Projectors for 2019
- 20 May, 2019
Home Cinema and 4K
Home Cinema projectors have increased in popularity with the rise of 4k content, box set binging and streaming apps to create a personalised big screen experience from the comfort of your sofa. So here are the top 5 best performing projectors that can bring Cineworld to your living room...
From only £498 you can get a full HD 3000 lumen viewing experience with the Acer H6517ST, ideal for gaming, movies and big screen sports.
The BenQ W1600 Ultra Short Throw projector is fantastic for easily setting up the cinema experience in your home. With the Ultra Short Throw capability you can project large images to your wall from just inches away. Perfect for when you don't have the space for a traditional set up.
The Acer P8800 is the ultimate home cinema projector. The 5000 Ansi lumens projector combines Ti XPR technology, projecting more than 8.3 million pixels with UHD 4K to bring you crisp, rich and vivid images taking you closer to the onscreen action!
The Acer M550 projector is an excellent entry level 4k projector choice, with near silent projection and deep rich colours you'll get that authentic cinema feeling without leaving the house.
The Acer V7850 is the 4k home cinema projector to choose if you want truly life-like immersion. The fantastic colour reproductions of the V7850 are award winning even at giant proportions, so you can finally reclaim that big screen cinema experience whenever and however you like.
|Feature||AcerH6517ST||BenQ W1600||Acer P8800||Acer M550||Acer V7850|
|Price (inc vat)||£498||£1199.99||£5500||£1199.99||£1908|
|Lens shift (adjustable image size )||vertical||vertical||vertical,horizontal||vertical||vertical and manual zoom|
|Connectivity||HDMI, VGA, USB, composite||HDMI x2, USB, composite, USB||HDMI, MHL, VGA, USB||HDMI, HDMI 2.0, MHL, USB, Component, VGA||HDMI 2.0, VGA, USB,Network (RJ-45)|
|Lens offset (for ceiling install)||no||no||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Feature||AcuMotion for gaming||Ultra Short Throw||More than 8.3 million pixels||near silent Projection||award winning image|