How to choose your 4K Laser TV
Every cinema, tv, and sports enthusiast craves that big-screen experience. There’s just nothing as awe-inspiring as experiencing media on a 120-inch projector screen in beautiful hi-def 4K resolution right in your house.
Look at HDR options.HDR (High Dynamic Range) is one of the new display technologies built into many of the higher-end 4K TVs. HDR is employed to make more dramatic contrast and display more colors than a typical display. Blacks are darker, whites are brighter, and therefore the color palette is wider.
Bomaker Polaris 4K adopted the latest High Dynamic Range (HDR 10) display technology, Polaris is able to deliver brighter whites and black levels. Bright scenes appear crisp and clear, while dark scenes remained detailed with deeper black levels.
True 4K. When we say “true”, we mean you'll pause playback then actually count 8.3 million distinct pixels on the screen. DLP/DMD designs with 8.3 million mirrors remain very rare and dear , so most true 4K projectors employ pixel shifting to get duplicates of any given frame. The duplication happens so fast you can’t perceive it and there’s no flickering or other undesired side effects. internet result are 8.3 million beautiful pixels per frame.
With an incredible 8.3 million pixels (3840*2160P), and equipped with a high-end Ricoh lenses, the Polaris 4K laser TVdelivers a crisper picture, more realistic colors and greater details using four times more pixels than standard HD(1920*1080P)
Sound. Yes, most of the people looking to form a choice on the simplest 4K projector option for them to shop for are generally that specialize in the image quality – but if you would like to observe an honest movie or play an intense game, you can't ignore the sound. In fact, without the sound, half the charm are going to be lost.
Bomaker Polaris 4K built-in Hi-Fi quality speakers and Dolby DTS technologies, you’re fully immersed in 3-dimensional audio that sends sound around and above you with pinpoint precision.