Sony Unveils 4K Home Cinema Projector

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What are specifications regarding pixels of this newly announced 4K Home Cinema Projector by Sony?

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Sony Unveils 4K Home Cinema Projector

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Hello! I would like to call your attention that the link you provided does not lead to the Sony 4k home cinema projector or the Sony VPL-VW1000ES; instead it’s the link for the Asus dual boot device. 4k video means it has 4 times the pixel count of full high-definition or 1080p. It has a maximum resolution of 4096×2160 or 3840×2160, also known as Quad HD or in short QFHD.

The 4096×2160 has a pixel count of 8,847,360 – again more than four times the maximum resolution of the current HDTV which is 1920×1080. I would imagine that even classic movies would look better with this 4k projector. This device is also 3D capable but relies on active shutter glasses.

The device is priced at $25000.

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Sony Unveils 4K Home Cinema Projector

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The Sony 4K Home Theater ES Projector is really not for average consumers who can’t afford expensive devices. This new projector from Sony costs around $25,000. It features the equivalent technology and resolution available in high-end professional 4K movie theaters giving you a surprisingly immersive home theater experience. The 4K resolution is at 4096 x 2160 and this is more than 4 times 1080p.

Since it is integrated with VPL-VW1000ES that has a high resolution and brightness, you can actually use a 200-inch screen and still experience a surprisingly crisp and vivid picture in 2D. You can also use a 150-inch screen if you want to use 3D. It can be integrated into almost any home automation system with its VPL-VW1000ES using the bi-directional RS232 or even IP connections.

Its display uses the new SXRD™ Technology. It is also integrated with an IR 3D Sync Transmitter. So there’s really no need to connect an external transmitter because the built-in IR transmitter is enough to cover nearly all home theaters. The device has a 3-year limited warranty and this includes a special tech support hotline in case you need additional assistance.

You will enjoy watching your movie with a smooth and sharp motion produced by Sony’s Motionflow™ technology with 24p True Cinema and Dark Frame Insertion technologies.

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