BenQ W1700 4K Projector $1685 with Free Delivery at Just Projectors

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Just Projectors is over stocked so has the BenQ W1700 4K Home theatre projector on clearance at $1865.
Get an EXTRA $200 OFF AND FREE DELIVERY using discount code W1700JP200 to bring price down even more!
Valid for both phone and website orders at Just Projectors Australia using the discount code.
Valid for current stocks only, offer expires June 30 2019 or when stocks are depleted.
Stock is brand new from BenQ Australia with 2 year warranty.

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    This is not native 4k, is it?

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      Looks to be that it is.

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        features

        True 4K UHD 8.3M Pixel resolution
        Hyper-Realistic Video Quality with Projector-Optimized HDR
        BenQ CinematicColor™ Technology for supreme colors

        96% Rec.709 with Optimized RGBRGB Color Wheel
        Auto Vertical Keystone Correction

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      Yes the projector is a 4K projector. Inside it uses Quad shifting in order to project the 4K resolution. Some higher end models (generally around the $3K+ mark) use Dual shifting, and then higher-end again you will have some using a single 4K chip with no shifting.
      Just different ways of creating the 4K image.

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    Native 4K costs about 15k. This one has 2 1080 chips that produce an image then in a split second shift and flash another image making it 4k to the human eye. So it is 4K just using far cheaper technology in a clever way. I have one and it gives me a 100 inch picture(that’s as big as my wall is) it looks great. Only issue is that it has a light border around it really only noticeable during dark scenes and boring content.

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      You need a projector screen that'll absorb the edge light bleeds.

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      W1700 utilizes revolutionary 0.47” single-DMD DLP

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        Apologies. McFly is correct 1 chip that flashes 4 times quickly to make 4K. And Ryanek is also correct I do need a screen with black felt to absorb the light spill but it’s not a deal breaker. It’s pretty good for its price point.

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    Not a very good projector this one is. The difference between projectors that use the smaller DLP chip made by Texas instruments and the larger better chip that they also make is like night and day with contrast/ sharpness. This projector uses the cheapest option.
    http://www.ti.com/general/docs/lit/getliterature.tsp?baseLit...

    For around the same price or a little more there are better alternatives from Acer and viewsonic.

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    I just wonder why does a epson non 4K cost more than this one?
    how do they compare? like the EH-TW6800 or 6700 and this one

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      The EH-TW6700 has other advantages despite being a lower FULLHD resolution, resolution is just 1 factor to consider. The TW6700 has a much wider zoom range and lens shift so installation flexibility is improved. The Epson colour reproduction is also slightly improved over the BenQ. If you plan on playing lots of 4K content then definitely look at a 4K projector for the extra detail, if not though you could get other advantages by choosing a good quality FULLHD projector.

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      Resolution above 1080p is grossly, grossly overrated. Look at the price you can get some 4k LCD panels for now - cheap as chips, they look like rubbish.
      Don't buy the 4k sell unless you're spending big money for native. The idea that these faux 4k projectors add more detail you can see is a fallacy. Forget resolution, get the best projector providing the best image. There's a heap of 1080p projectors out there that will look better than this thing, any source.

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    Epson = brighter and more vivid colours like a Samsung LCD tv. More suitable for a living room or non dedicated viewing room. Epson has always been more expensive than other brands. They have their advantages which make them a popular option for many people. I had the tw9200 in the past and was happy with it.

    The higher end DLPs (not this w1700) have better sharpness due to the one chip design and much more colour accurate cinema quality. Currently I feel DLP and the newer JVC projectors have the upper hand in picture quality

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    Probably best to wait a year or two for the better 4k tech to become more affordable.

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    I'm almost ready to pull the plug on a projector purchase.

    Unlike TV's where tech isn't really moving anywhere at the moment, projectors are getting much better… especially lamp life technology.

    50/50 on whether to just go for a 1080p projector and save cash (most of my source material is bluray and dvd), but very tempted to wait for a 4k projector (and then acquire 4k material… which looks fantastic at large screen sizes).

    Choice has recently done a projector review, but unfortunately no 4k.

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    Do you have any good price for W2700?

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      The W2700 is a new release, stocks are hard to get but there are still a few in the warehouse. They are $2499.

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    Hey, I was about to pull the trigger on a Sony x9500g until I read this. If I was to project 70' vs 65 for the tv, would I be better off with the projector. I can get the tv for $2772 video pro at the moment. Projector seems much cheaper. Thoughts? Room is a family room with no blinds.

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    I have one and love it. HD and UHD Dvd and Netflix, Stan look awesome and sharp. I wouldn't buy again if you don't have a room you can make dark during the day.

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