BenQ HT8050 (2017)

Dimensioned drawings of the BenQ HT8050 with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation and plan

The BenQ HT8050 boasts of projector features and quality only seen in cinemas. The projector has a 4K resolution and is the first DLP 4K projector to be THX- certified. An XPR fast-switching technology ensures that users get a much bigger resolution on a larger wall and also reduces blurs. Other features include a front-facing ventilation design, Dynamic Black technology for controlling light output and contrast by analyzing the level of brightness and a small structure that makes it easy to mount on a ceiling, cabinet, or insert into a wall.

Illustrations of the BenQ HT8050 viewed from the front and side when ceiling mounted

The BenQ HT8050 has a height of 8.86” (225 mm), width of 18.54” (471 mm), depth of 22.25” (565 mm), and weighs 32.6 lb (14.8 kg). The BenQ HT8050 projects a diagonal image size between 95”-180” (241-457 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD) and a brightness of 2200 ANSI Lumens.

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Height: 
8.86” | 225 mm
Width:
18.54” | 471 mm
Depth:
22.25” | 565 mm
Length:
Projection Image Size:
95”-180” | 241-457 cm
Resolution:
3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD)
Weight:
32.6 lb | 14.8 kg

Throw Ratio: 1.36-2.03

Brightness: 2200 ANSI Lumens

Type: Pro Cinema

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Designer:
BenQ
Release:
2017

Properties

Drawings include:
BenQ HT8050 front elevation, plan, side, side (ceiling), front (ceiling)

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A projector is a digital product used to project an image onto a flat surface. Analog projectors work by forcing light through a small image or film, then through a glass or plastic lens which amplifies a larger picture onto a screen or wall.