Sony unveils 3 new HDR-capable 4K home cinema projectors

Sony unveils a set of 4K HDR home cinema projectors.

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Sony has just unveiled a few new Home Cinema projectors at IFA 2017, with 4K HDR models that are sure to compliment - or be the star of your new HT room.

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Sony's new Home Cinema 4K HDR projectors come in the premium but compact VPL-VW760ES, the mid-range VPL-VW360ES, and the cost effective VPL-VW260ES. All three of these new projectors feature "breathtakingly-real picture quality" according to Product Manager at Sony Professional Solutions Europe, Thomas Issa. Issa adds: "Whether viewers are watching the latest action film or a sporting event they'll feel truly immersed in the experience".

The new high-end VPL-VW760ES has "extraordinary cinematic detail, color and contrast" - even in well-lit rooms. This is courtesy of Sony's advanced ultra-pure last light source, as well as other Sony technologies including their impressive TRILUMINOS tech and Motionflow technology that reduces blurs and pixelisation.

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Sony's high-end VPL-VW760ES features 2000 lumens, with low maintenance thanks to no parts needing to be replaced until you reach the 20,000 hours usage mark.

Next up we have the VPL-VW360ES whcih 1500 lumens and a high pressure 225W mercury lamp.

Lastly, there's the VPL-VW260ES which offers "authentic" (what would it be if it wasn't authentic, is the real question), while still offering 4K HDR goodness, with 1500 lumens and the same 225W mercury lamp.


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