LG HU915QE Projector Review, Is it worth buying?


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LG's latest CineBeam projectors are ready, and it's clear you're going to pay a premium for their image quality. The company has announced that the laser-based product line, the HU915QE, will start at $6,000.
LG HU915QE Projector Review

LG HU915QE screen size​

The LG HU915QE can produce a 90-inch 4K picture when only 2.2 inches from the wall. When it's 7.2 inches away, it can throw 120 inches. It's also capable of high brightness of 3,700 lumens and a contrast ratio of 2 million:1, so daytime viewing is a realistic option.

HDR support for the new Cinebeam projectors is limited to HDR10 and HLG. If you're craving Dolby Vision, you'll want to buy one of LG's newest OLED TVs, and you certainly won't get 8K support.

LG HU915QE Brightness​

The $6,500 HU915QB isn't very bright at 3,000 lumens, but its black finish makes it more suitable for nighttime use. Both models have three eARC-enabled HDMI ports, two USB ports, and an integrated 2.2-channel 40W speaker system.

LG HU915QE system​

They unsurprisingly run LG's webOS interface and offer features like AirPlay 2 support, Bluetooth, and screen mirroring.

Still, if picture size is more important than anything else, the LG HU915QE could be a good choice.