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Pro Cinema LS10500 3LCD Reflective Laser Projector with 4K Enhancement and HDR

AVSMike

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Visual comparaison between Epson LS10500 and the BenQ W11000 :

http://www.projection-homecinema.fr/2016/12/29/comparaison-simulation-4k-benq-w11000-versus-epson-eh-ls10500/

Thanks for the review. Definitely a sharpness advantage to the Benq. With the 500 plus ANSI, the Benq should look great in bright scenes. Those outdoor day scenes with X-men really shows off the sharpness advantage.
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Visual comparaison between Epson LS10500 and the BenQ W11000 :

http://www.projection-homecinema.fr/2016/12/29/comparaison-simulation-4k-benq-w11000-versus-epson-eh-ls10500/

Not a very helpful article IMO. I am an LS10000 owner and it's accepted amongst LS10K and 10.5K owners that any content fed to the PJ should be scaled to 4K before going to the PJ as the 1080p handling of the PJ is not optimal. The difference in picture quality available is night and day, so that article is misleading.

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Not a very helpful article IMO. I am an LS10000 owner and it's accepted amongst LS10K and 10.5K owners that any content fed to the PJ should be scaled to 4K before going to the PJ as the 1080p handling of the PJ is not optimal. The difference in picture quality available is night and day, so that article is misleading.

I've been impressed with the 4K upscaling on my Panasonic UB900, so I can see this making a difference. What player are you using? 
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I'm using the 4K output of my Xbox One S. So either Blu-ray is upscaled to 4K before it goes to the Epson, or it's native 4K from a UHD disc.

Feeding the Epson 1080p doesn't yield the best results, and now that 4K players are such high quality and well priced there is no need to if you are investing in an expensive projector.

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