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Formovie Theatre 4K Triple Laser UST Home Theatre Projector | Built in Speakers By Bowers & Wilkins

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Formovie Theatre 4K Triple Laser UST Home Theatre Projector | Built in Speakers By Bowers & Wilkins

Formovie Theatre 4K Triple Laser UST Ultra Short Throw Home Projector uses the latest ALPD®4.0 triple laser light source technology, 30% more powerful than ALPD® 3.0. Outputting 107% of Rec.2020 colour gamut, and over 1.07 billion colours for superior contrast and colour accuracy

An Adjustable & Flexible Theater

Ultra Short Throw, Large Projection

Formovie THEATER has a throw ratio of 0.23:1, enabling it to throw a 100” projection with an ultra-short throw distance of just 9”. Its maximum projection size is 150”. With hassle-free installation, THEATER is easy to set and get-go anywhere in your house.

Powered By Dolby Vision

Formovie Theatre is equipped with extremely high 4K UHD resolution, 3000:1 FOFO Contrast ratio and HDR 10+ Decoding, and supports Dolby Vision,  THEATER has perfect support for contents with high dynamic range.

Key Features
  • 4K resolution, a maximum brightness of up to 2.800 ANSI Lumens and a source ALPD RGB + full color laser light
  • Support 10-bit color display and has full color gamut support BT.2020
  • support for Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10 + and MEMC
  • Bowers & Wilkins Sound Flowport technology
  • Android 11
  • HDMI Input 3 is eARC enabled
  • RAM: 3GB DDR4
  • Built-in Storage: 64GB eMMC high-speed flash memory
  • Imaging Chip: TI (Texas Instruments) single DLP chip  (exact size/model not provided)
  • Resolution: 4K UHD via XPR Pixel Shifting
  • Laser Light Source: ALPD® RGB+  20,000 hour use life.
  • Light Output: 2800 ANSI lumens max white light output
  • Native Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Wide Color Gamut: BT.2020
  • Screen Size: 80 to 150 inches. The T1 can project a 100-inch image from a distance of 20cm (approx 7.9 inches)
  • THX Certified: Formovie laser projectors were the first ultra-short throw models to receive THX certification.