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4K refers to a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, a total of about 8.3 million pixels. A Native, or True, 4K projector will deliver all 8.3 million pixels and each pixel is individually addressable on the screen.
A 4K UHD projector will provide a 4K image at a lower price by using pixel shifting technology. The projector rapidly shifts each pixel on the screen providing a faux 4K resolution. These projectors often provide excellent image at a fraction of the price of a Native 4K projector.
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Projector brightness is measured in lumens, in theory the higher the lumens the brighter the projector will be. For home cinema projectors we would suggest opting for a product with at least 2000 lumens.
The simple answer is yes. With the addition of an AV Receiver you can connect anything that you would normally watch on a TV to your projector. This includes Sky boxes, Fire sticks, Apple TV and gaming consoles. We have a great blog on this here: "Can I watch normal TV on a projector?"