BenQ America today introduced its new line of home theater projectors: the HT2050, HT3050 and HT4050. Designed to bring the big screen experience into the living room, the projectors leverage the Rec. 709 HDTV standard to accurately reproduce what BenQ calls “Cinematic Color” to the home.
With native HD 1080p resolution (1920×1080), the lineup has zoom, vertical lens shift and feature keystone correction.
The series combines gold and silver contours with curves to make them a unique style. The HT2050 and HT3050 come equipped with a newly enhanced fan and airflow system that reduces the projectors’ background noise to just 27 dBA when running in BenQ’s SmartEco energy-saving mode. Rounding off the entertainment experience, the projectors come equipped with CinemaMaster audio, powered by Maxx-Audio technology, with a 10-watt speaker system that delivers the sound. All models are ISFccc-certified by the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF), enabling viewers to enjoy a professionally calibrated picture with two optimized modes — ISF Day and ISF Night.
The HT2050, HT3050 and HT4050 retail at $1,199, $1,399, and $1,999, respectively. More information is here.