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ViewSonic LX700-4K RGB/LS710-4KE RGB imminent launch: Triple-Laser RGB for the ultimate cinematic experience

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ViewSonic LX700-4K RGB/LS710-4KE RGB imminent launch: Triple-Laser RGB for the ultimate cinematic experience

ViewSonic LX700-4K RGB/LS710-4KE RGB imminent launch: Triple-Laser RGB for the ultimate cinematic experience

With the introduction of the LX700-4K/LS710-4KE, a single-laser 4K XPR DLP projector currently in testing at Mondoprojos, ViewSonic has chosen to prioritize brightness over color accuracy. This feature makes the projector less recommended for home cinema use. Indeed, its gamut is lower than HDTV standards, and it presents calibration difficulties due to limited and imprecise adjustment options.

VIEWSONIC LS710-4KE

The good news comes from ViewSonic which announces the launch, planned for this summer, of the LX700-4K RGB/LS710-4KE RGB (Europe model). This model will retain the external design and use the same 0.65-inch DMD chip but will be equipped with a triple-laser RGB light source. This improvement should allow the gamut to surpass Rec.2020 standards, with an emphasis on color accuracy and fidelity.

LX700-4K RGB/LX710-4KE RGB

Its brightness is estimated at 2000 Ansi lumens, and its optical unit will offer a projection ratio of 1.4-2.24 with a zoom of 1.6x. Although its native resolution is 1920×1080 dots, the projector will offer 4K-UHD XPR emulation thanks to the 0.65″ 4K-UHD DMD chip. The European model LS710-4KE will be compatible with HDR10, HLG standards and will be ready for 3D. It will feature two HDMI 2.0 jacks, but will not support Dolby Vision/HDR-10+ dynamic metadata.

No image interpolation mode was mentioned, which suggests its absence.

Since this version is developed by Coretronicit would not be surprising to see a similar model from Optoma in the future.

ENGLISH VERSION

With the introduction of the LX700-4K/LS710-4KE, a 4K XPR DLP mono-laser projector currently in testing phase at Mondoprojos, ViewSonic has opted to prioritize brightness over color accuracy. This feature makes the projector less recommendable for home cinema use. Indeed, its gamut is below HDTV standards, and it faces calibration challenges due to limited and imprecise adjustment options.

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VIEWSONIC LS710-4KE

The good news comes from ViewSonicwhich announces the launch, scheduled for this summer, of the LX700-4K RGB/LS710-4KE RGB (European model). This model will retain the external design and use the same 0.65-inch DMD chip but will be equipped with an RGB triple-laser light source. This improvement should allow the gamut to exceed Rec.2020 standards, with a focus on color accuracy and fidelity.

LX700-4K RGB/LX710-4KE RGB

Its brightness is estimated at 2000 Ansi lumens, and its optical block will offer a projection ratio of 1.4-2.24 with a 1.6x zoom. Although its native resolution is 1920×1080 points, the projector will offer 4K-UHD XPR emulation thanks to the 0.65″ 4K-UHD DMD chip. The European model LS710-4KE will be compatible with HDR10, HLG standards, and will be 3D Ready. It will include two HDMI 2.0 ports, but will not support Dolby Vision/HDR-10+ dynamic metadata.

No image interpolation mode has been mentioned, suggesting its absence.

Given that this version is developed by Coretronicit would not be surprising to see a similar model from Optoma in the future.

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