The two CineBeam projectors feature a native 4K UHD resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. They also achieve a peak brightness of 2,700 ANSI lumens for vivid color reproduction. Split into red and blue; the dual laser reproduces images naturally in a 97 percent DCI-P3 color gamut. Thanks to the iris mode, the light intensity adapts to the prevailing lighting conditions and shines in both bright and dark rooms. By adjusting the black level to the scene frame by frame rather than overall, a peak contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 is made possible. The Forza, as well as the Forte, provide rousing entertainment even on projection screens up to 300 inches.
LG promises a bulb life of more than 20,000 light hours. Due to cutting-edge bulb technology, content can theoretically be enjoyed 24 hours a day without worrying about lamp life.
The outstanding picture quality is rounded out by support for high-contrast HDR10 images and TruMotion technology for smooth motion. LG’s Filmmaker Mode likewise allows loyal movie fans to enjoy all of their favorite content without motion blur and other image processing adjustments in the filmmaker’s spirit.
Thanks to the smart webOS 5.0 operating system, accessing all popular streaming apps is a breeze. Thanks to compatibility with Airplay and Bluetooth, the smart projectors allow wireless sharing of content from other devices through screen sharing. Of course, the projector is compatible with Next Gen devices, such as the new Playstation, making it perfect for the next gaming session.
Furthermore, 3 HDMI ports allow you to connect multiple playback devices at the same time. One of them comes in HDMI 2.1 version and is therefore also eARC compatible, allowing for better audio quality at a higher resolution.
The two 4K projectors come in classy white and know how to convince visually in addition to a variety of convincing purchase arguments. The CineBeam Forte, as well as the Forza, add an intelligent component to any home theater setup. The first units should be available from mid-March.