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BenQ Launches New W5800 Home Theater Projector

7 Home Theater Projectors for Avid CinephilesDLP 4K projector brand BenQ is launching the W5800, a home theater projector targeting cinephiles seeking color accuracy and an immersive experience.

According to the Costa Mesa, Calif.-based manufacturer, the W5800 boasts 100% DCI-P3 color coverage, exceeding most projectors on the market and producing lifelike colors designed to match the vision of the vision of the content producer.

Individual factory calibration ensures each projector delivers superior picture quality, with Delta E below 2 for both Rec. 709 and grayscale tracking, along with an optimized DCI-P3 color table, the company says.

According to BenQ, the company’s new new HDR-Pro technology takes center stage, utilizing Blue Laser Dimming and Dynamic Black to deliver a wider dynamic contrast range in HDR mode, resulting in sharper contrasts between light and dark scenes. The W5800 also supports HDR10+ technology, which dynamically adjusts tone mapping on a frame-by-frame basis for optimized HDR video playback.

Projecting up to a massive 200-inch screen, the W5800 is ideal for creating a true cinematic atmosphere. For those with space constraints, the 1.6x zoom lens allows for short-distance projection onto a 150-inch screen from just 16.6 feet away. Additionally, a 2D lens shift with a vertical range of +/- 50% and a horizontal range of +/- 21% offers flexibility in projector placement without compromising image quality.

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Designed for the home theater experience, the W5800 includes Filmmaker Mode, which preserves the original picture quality of high-definition sources even when displayed in HDR mode. This ensures viewers experience the movie exactly as the director intended, according to the company.

Houston Wei, senior director of BenQ North America, says the W5800 captures the essence of display with the company’s CinematicColor technology, guaranteeing that colors are accurately reproduced as presented.

“BenQ is thrilled to deliver an unparalleled experience by creating an immersive and captivating experience for our users with a projector that achieves 100% coverage of DCI-P3 color gamut with CinematicColor and HDR-PRO technologies,” Wei says.

The BenQ W5800 is now available for $5,999 from BenQ and B&H Photo.

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