LG’s CineBeam HU915QE Projector Pumps the Brightness Up to 3,700 Lumens

LG has just unveiled a new high-end model that can project a 120-inch image from 7 inches away with 3, 700 ANSI lumens of brightness. The CineBeam HU915QE exceeds rivals like the Optoma CinemaX P2 by leaps and bounds!

With the blinds up, this projector’s picture quality is more than enough and keeps you from the smaller TV screen. The picture quality on this device is excellent.

LG’s new CineBeam HU915QE 4K projector is designed for both home cinema enthusiasts and professional filmmakers. The projector uses pixel-shifting technology to deliver a true 4K image, and also supports HDR10 and HLG for improved contrast and color. The CineBeam will be available in Korea this month for around $3,700, making it one of the most affordable 4K projectors on the market with high lumens.

Specifications:

HU915QE
Resolution4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160)
Brightness3,700 ANSI Lumens
Light Source3 Channel Laser
Lamp Life20,000 hours
Brightness Optimizer IIAuto Brightness + Adaptive Contrast + Iris Mode
Throw Ratio0.19 (100 inches @ 9.8cm)
Screen Size90-120 inches
Keystone Correction4/9/15 Point Warping
webOSYes (Global)
WirelessAndroid / iOS
Integrated Speaker2.2 Channel, 40W
InputsHDMI x 3 with eARC / USB 2.0 x 2
Size (W x D x H)680 x 347 x 128 mm

The CineBeam HU915QE is a 4K projector that uses a three-channel laser to deliver HDR video. According to LG, it has a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1. However, this number is likely to be higher or lower depending on the type of screen, room brightness, and other factors. The projector also has a built-in speaker system. While LG doesn’t mention Dolby Vision or HDR10+, we can assume that the projector is limited to HDR10.

The projector offers a variety of features that make it easier for you to enjoy your content. For starters, the automatic brightness adjustment and HDR dynamic tone mapping will ensure whatever show or movie is being shown in perfect lighting conditions while adaptive contrast supposedly delivers optimal contrast per scene so every frame has rich detail without any washed out colors!

You’ll be able to watch Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, YouTube, and Apple TV on it. It’s powered by LG’s WebOS, which is superior to other smart platforms utilized by competitors like Optoma. This means you won’t need a Chromecast or any other gadget to access Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, YouTube, or Apple TV.

The CineBeam 4K laser UST projector is coming soon. It’s listed on pre-order at B&H Photo Video for the first half of 2022 and has no price yet mentioned by LG.

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