Ever wondered whether expensive ultra-short throw laser projectors (the LG HU85LA 4K UST in this case) are actually worth the price tag? While there are tons of reviews of brand new devices (you can check out our original review of the LG HU85LA here) there are almost no reviews after “burn-in” time for a projector has passed. This is usually where most DLP and non-laser light source projectors will start to show something called lamp fade. Good quality projectors boast color accuracy even after lamp fade but could you have a projector that shows no lamp fade during its life?
This is why we wanted to do a special review after burning in LG’s HU85LA 4K Ultra Short Throw (UST) Laser projector for 6 months and seeing just how it compares to the specs on paper. As far as we know, this is the only 6-month review of the LG HU85LA 4K UST and should let you know if it is *really* worth the investment.
Using the LG HU85LA 4K UST projector for 6 months: how does it hold up?
The LG HU85LA 4K UST projector is a living room projector (with full cinema projector capabilities) that boasts the highest lumen count we have ever tested and is ideal for scenarios where setting up a long throw projector would be difficult or not practical. While most DLP projectors (the vast majority of projectors in the mainstream segment) have a light source that lasts at most 5000 hours, LG is using a laser light source that will last for at least 20,000 hours.
By: Usman Pirzada
Title: LG HU85LA CineBeam 4K UST 6-Month Projector Review – Can It Maintain Its Brightness?
Sourced From: wccftech.com/review/lg-hu85la-cinebeam-4k-ust-6-month-projector-review-can-it-maintain-its-brightness/
Published Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2020 13:15:23 +0000
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