Looking to build a home theater? While you might immediately think of getting a large TV, getting a projector might make for a much better experience.
Projectors can make for much larger screens, making viewing much more immersive — and modern projectors, like those in the LG CineBeam lineup, offer a 4K resolution without breaking the bank. In fact, LG has something for any home theater, in any budget, and any home setup.
There are plenty of reasons why you should consider a projector from the LG CineBeam lineup. For starters, LG has actually brought over a lot of its much-loved tech from its TVs to its projector lineup. Notably, you’ll get the same awesome WebOS operating system, the same ThinQ AI tech, and more. In other words, LG CineBeam projectors are just as smart as its super-smart TVs — so you’ll easily be able to watch the content you love, and integrate the device with other smart devices.
Other tech features in LG CineBeam 4K projectors include its awesome TrueMotion motion smoothing tech, and its Dynamic Tone Mapping tech for a more vivid picture quality.
As you would expect from a modern device, LG CineBeam projectors also offer a 4K resolution. The result of that is that you’ll be able to enjoy your favorite TV shows and movies in stunning, crisp detail — and on a massive display. Speaking of a massive display, you’ll get, for example, 140 inches on the LG CineBeam HU70LA, or an even bigger 150 inches on the HU80KA. These projectors both offer other tech too. The HU70LA boasts a 4-channel light source for extremely vivid and more accurate colors, while the HU80KA offers a unique design to help make it a half of the size of a conventional 4K projector, and has a handle to make it easier to watch movies anywhere in your house.
The HU70LA in particular is a great option for those getting started in building a home theater — especially if you want a 4K projector with excellent picture quality. It’s the newest projector in the LG CineBeam lineup too, having been launched at the end of 2019.
There’s a projector for any situation too. If you have a dedicated home theater, it might be relatively easy to mount a projector to the ceiling or at the back of the room. You don’t necessarily have to though — the lineup features ultra short-throw projectors too, which can be placed only a few inches from the surface you want to project on, and it’ll still create a stunning, large viewing area. In fact, the LG CineBeam HU85LA can create a massive 90-inch image from only two inches away — or a 120-inch image from only 7 inches away. That’s some pretty impressive tech.
The best thing about the LG CineBeam series, however, may have to do with the price. The fact is that 4K projectors can still be very expensive, but LG’s offerings are a fraction of the price of its competitors. The aforementioned ultra short-throw CineBeam HU85LA has a three-channel laser, and only comes at $5,999.99 — while competitors, many of which only have dual-channel lasers, often cost over $20,000.