Many of the buzziest new movies are arriving to streaming services quicker than ever before, making it easier than ever to watch blockbusters from home.

To give you the cinematic experience you deserve, outfit your viewing room with the best technology — not just for movie-watching, but also show-bingeing and gaming. A 4K projector can offer that.

Here are four of the best 4K projectors available.


4K projectors usually demand prices upwards of $1,500, so Optoma’s UHD35 projector — that delivers crisp, bright and sharp content — is a total steal. The console features a 240-watt lamp, which holds up well in daytime ambient light. A 0.47-inch DLP 4K chip and XPR technology work together to create super-fast pixel shifting for ultra-clear resolution. Plus, the Optoma UHD35 touts an Enhanced Gaming mode that allows for an impressive 240Hz-refresh rate and an incredibly low input lag of 4.2 ms, to give gamers a competitive edge.

Reviewing 4K projectors that will add to your home theater experience


You can’t go wrong with Epson for an at-home 4K theater experience. A three-chip projector design displays 100% of the RGB color signal for every frame with no “rainbowing” issues, while pixel-shifting technology precisely controls each chip for high-resolution images. Best of all, the real-time analog-to-digital video processing allows for little gaming lag.


Samsung’s luxury projector features an ultra-short throw design, 2800 lumens of laser-driven brightness, a powerful built-in audio system and support for the latest 4K and HDR picture quality. In addition to impressive technical functionality, the Premiere also boasts a sleek design with a gloss white finish, subtle connecting ports hiding on the wall-facing side and button-light smart controls.


Most reviewers note that you get what you pay for with this projector’s hefty price tag. In addition to 1500 ANSI lumen brightness and a high-end ARC-F lens, this console features Sony’s new “X1 for projector” processing. The exclusive technology allows for dynamic HDR enhancing (a frame-by-frame improvement upon Sony’s tonal mapping) and Super Resolution Reality Creation (object and pattern recognition that sharpens objects and eliminates digital noise).


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