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BenQ LK953ST Golf Simulator Projector

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4K Short Throw Golf Simulator Projector – BenQ LK953ST

The BenQ Lk953ST Laser Projector brings your golf simulator setup to life with 4K Ultra HD image quality – and is our best 4K Golf Simulator Projector. This laser projector utilizes a highly durable DLP chip that can last over 100,000 hours without degradation, ensuring true-to-life colors and pristinely legible text over countless uses.

This projector will captivate you while you play or practice, with its 5000 lumens bright image, vibrant, true-to-life colors and 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio.

This projector produces 4K UHD 3840 x 2160 resolution with 8.3 million distinct pixels. With four times the resolution of full HD 1080p, this projector delivers awe-inspiring clarity and crisply defined details.


BenQ LK953ST Highlights
  • Revolutionary BlueCore Laser Technology
  • Hassle Free Installation
  • Supreme Image Quality
  • Hyper-Realistic Video Quality
  • Enduring Reliability- IP5X Dust Guard + 20,000 Hour Laser Life
  • Bright vivid colors – 5000 ANSI lumens
  • High contrast – 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio
  • Low Maintenance Cost
  • Highly Integrated Network Control and Management System Compatibility

BenQ LK953ST Features 
Supreme Image Quality
The BenQ LK953ST 4K Laser projector preserves color and image integrity with the single DMD DLP technology. Generating razor-sharp images and pure colors.
Hyper-Realistic Video Quality
This projector is empowered by HDR 10 technology offers greater brightness, contrast range, and image optimization in a single step, bringing out every detail in 4K content for superior video display.
Maximum Brightness
5,000 lumens for brighter displays. Ideal for well lit spaces such as garages with the garage door open.
High Contrast
3,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Add more depth to your image with a high-contrast projector. With brighter whites and ultra-rich blacks, images come alive and text is crisp and clear.
Highly Integrated Network Control and Management System Compatibility
This projector is widely compatible with leading projector control systems including Extron, Creston, AMX, and PJ-Link for network control via LAN, making it simple to integrate corporate network infrastructures.
IP5X Dust Guard
This projector is designed with a sealed laser modules and enclosed light engines to protect optical components. The Dust Guard prevents sensor failure, spots on the image, and color decay due to dust.
Excellent Installation Flexibility
This projector utilizes a 0.8 short-throw ratio, which eliminates distracting shadows and glare for viewers to focus on the projected content while enjoying immersive viewing experiences during simulated trainings. This projector’s wide zoom range and horizontal/vertical lens shift systems can perfectly align images.
Low Maintenance Cost
The BlueCore Laser this projector uses guarantees 20,000 hours of maintenance free operation, saving costs for lamp replacement and maintenance.

 

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Short throw can create far greater images at much shorter distances, making them ideally suited to those who only have a small area in which to house their projector, so schools and bedrooms are ideal for these type of projectors. … These projectors can, for example, create an image of 100 feet from just 15 feet away.

These so-called ultra-short-throw (UST) projectors sit just a few inches from the wall and shoot their light up at a steep angle onto the screen. In this case, the screen must be specially designed to reflect the projector’s light straight out into the room while preventing ambient light from washing out the image.

The lens required for short-throw projectors is more expensive, which explains why they cost a bit more. On the other, a long-throw projector is perfect for large rooms and conference halls. Even if you place the projector 10 feet away, you can still see a clear, 100-inch image.

Projection Distance
4:3 Aspect Ratio
Screen or image size Projection distance (1) Wide to Tele Offset from lens center (2)
60 inches 28 to 38 inches (70 to 96 cm) 4.2 inches (11 cm)
70 inches 32 to 44 inches (82 to 112 cm) 4.9 inches (13 cm)
80 inches 37 inches (94 cm)* 5.6 inches (14 cm)

The Aeon CLR® is an EDGE FREE CLR® fixed frame screen that uses Elite Screens innovative StarBright CLR® (Ceiling Light Rejecting®) material. Its serriform optical surface lens microstructure negates the washout effect of ambient light especially from overhead sources.

ALR screens vastly outstrip the performance of matte white screens with superior brightness while filtering out ambient light. The end result is that is creates a realistic high-resolution image to be appreciated in all its glory with the lights on or off.

Aeon CLR® 3 Series

CLR® 3 is specifically designed for ultra-short-throw projectors to provide a large-screen performance in the close quarters of most residential or training room environments. CLR® 3 offers a wide viewing angle, neutral color temperature, and enhanced picture contrast in a theater-grade image.

Once you know the screen size, determine the throw ratio based on the screen width and the distance between the projector and the screen. If the screen size isn’t known in advance, opt for a projector with more zoom or one that has a shorter throw. In most cases, getting closer is easier than getting farther back.

If you are just mounting the screen on a wall do the projector first, then measure the projected image to be sure you have a square image. Check the length of the left and right edges, they should be equal. Turn the projector toward the smallest side until the two edges are equal.

projector does not have to be centered on the screen if the projector has the horizontal lens shift range to move the image onto the screen. Not all projectors have horizontal lens shift, which is not the same as keystone correction.

You don’t need a TV stand or an empty section of wall. As long as your ceiling is painted a muted color close to white and isn’t stucco or popcorn, you’re pretty much good to go. … Assuming you’ve got that clear ceiling space, you can go right ahead and put a projector onto a tripod and point it up.

Projector brightness is measured in lumens. For home theater projectors where ambient light is kept to a minimum, you’ll need a minimum of 1500 lumens. For classrooms, conference rooms or rooms with windows, a projector with a minimum of 2500 lumens is best.