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The contrast ratio specs

Contrast ratio is the difference between the brightest light to that of the darkest solid black pixel your projector can produce. In other words, how much brighter is the light of an all-white image compared to a solid black image? It means that a projector with a 1.200:1 contrast ratio will produce its white image 1.200 times brighter than the black image.

With higher contrast ratios, the projector reproduces the content with deeper black levels and shadow details. The higher the contrast ratio, the sharper the details and the more subtle shades you’ll be able to see. It really boasts the depth of an image and makes it easier to see/recognize objects in darker scenes.

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