BenQ America Corp. is now offering the TK800 Home Entertainment DLP projector, which delivers 4K UHD sports action and movies in well-lit living rooms or media rooms.
The TK800 is the second true 4K (3,840 x 2,160) UHD-resolution projector to launch from BenQ in 2018, following the 2,200-lumen HT2550, which launched in January. Like the HT2550, the TK800 produces video with 8.3 million distinct pixels and using projector-optimized HDR to enhance brightness and contrast, all with one-step image optimization and automatic HDR natural colour rendition.
The TK800's new 4K RGBW colour wheel achieves 92% of the Rec. 709 colour gamut with 3,000-lumen high brightness.
For sports fans, there are dedicated Football and Sports modes. Football Mode preserves natural skin tones while intensifying lush green grass, says BenQ, simultaneously clarifying the announcer's commentary against the cheering crowd of an open-air stadium. Likewise, for indoor sports, Sports Mode prioritizes realistic skin shades while enhancing wood tones, vivid reds, and balanced greens and blues. Clear acoustical quality brings out the announcer's voice and details such as squeaking sneakers, referee whistles, and ice scraping under skates.
The newly upgraded CinemaMaster Audio+ 2 sound system offers a significantly wider frequency range and 5-watt power, using materials like an aluminum driver diaphragm and resonant sound chambers for delicate details, pure vocals, and resounding bass.
The 4K DLP projector offers high brightness for the living room, and offers automatic keystone correction and 1.2X zoom flexibility.
The BenQ TK800 Home Entertainment projector will be available in April from select retailers at an MSRP of US$1,499.