Casiris A6 Ultra short throw projector with UHD resolution and BT.2020 color space

With the Casiris A6, a high-performance best home theater projector with UHD resolution and particularly wide color space are now available to re-order. The home cinema projector only needs a small distance from the projection surface.

Casiris A6 best home theater projector

The main selling point of the best home theater projector should still be the three lasers, which should allow a wide color space to be reproduced. Specifically, 193 percent of the NTSC color space and 107 percent of the BT.2020 color space should be covered. The resolution is 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, which means that even high-resolution image content can be played back without any loss of quality. The brightness is estimated at 2,200 ANSI lumens – compared to completely conventional projectors, however, this is a fairly small value.

The projection surface can be between 80 and 150 inches in size, and the optics only require a small distance between the wall or screen and the projector. The throw ratio is rated at 0.25:1. As is now quite common, an SoC is part of the equipment, and the Casiris A6 can also be used completely without an external player via Android TV. Two HDMI ports are available, plus USB, Ethernet, and an optical audio output – if the two 10-watt speakers aren’t enough.

Casiris A6 price and release date

After the Casiris A6 best home theater projector was first financed as part of a crowdfunding campaign, the model can now also be officially pre-ordered. As part of the crowdfunding campaign, supporters should receive a copy of the best ultra short throw projector at a price starting at around £2,434. The manufacturer is currently calling for £3,399 on or $3,199 on TIt item will be released on November 5, 2022. Compared to the crowdfunding campaign, there is no customs risk, and warranty claims should also be easier to enforce.

Updated on November 22, 2022: During the Black Friday sale, the price of the new Casiris A6 home theater projector is down to $2,299 on and £2,449 on for a limited time.

Optoma recently introduced the new ultra short throw best projector for movies called CinemaX D2, which has a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD) and promises a maximum refresh rate of 240 Hz. The input lag should only be 4 ms in this mode. If you scale up to 4K (3840×2160 pixels), to be content with 60 Hz and 16 ms and is priced at $2,333.

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