Hisense PX1 PRO Projector Review

Hisense PX1 PRO Projector Review
Hisense PX1 PRO Projector Review

Hisense recently announced the PX1-D, which is more suited for dark screening rooms and features the same TriChroma laser light source as its sibling: the PX1.

The PX1 UST Projector is one of the first products in the market to be powered by Hisense’s proprietary UHD 4K AI technology.

This projector is equipped with a 4K UHD AI chip, which enables it to automatically adjust the image quality and resolution according to the environment and show an immersive, lifelike picture. The PX1 UST Projector also features Hisense’s patented “4-in-1” technology that lets users connect four different devices to the projector at once and enjoy content from all of them on a single screen.

Hisense PX1-PRO Triple-Laser Ultra Short Throw Home Theater Projector, 4K UHD, HDR10, Android TV, 30W Dolby Atmos Sound, 2200 Lumens

The PX1-PRO is rated for 2,500 lumens. The PX1-PRO projector is available starting in March 2019 with a retail price of $2,999 USD; the new PX1 model will be available in May 2019 with a price point of $2,599 USD.
This projector is capable of achieving 107% coverage of the BT.2020 color space and has a light life of 25,000 hours, which is two times longer than that found in the PX1-PRO & 3 times higher than in the L9G. It is also rated for 2,000 lumens and supports both HDR10 & HLG high dynamic.

Hisense PX1 PRO Projector Review

Similar to the PX1-PRO, the PX1 features a 0.47-inch DLP chip with XPR pixel-shifting technology to achieve a 4K image. In a triple-laser setup, there’s no need for a color wheel. That’s because the lasers used to produce three different colors can be set up in such a way that they never overlap with each other. As you might have guessed, this eliminates the possibility of those rainbow artifacts you get when lasers overlap.

Hisense PX1-PRO Triple-Laser Ultra Short Throw Home Theater Projector, 4K UHD, HDR10, Android TV, 30W Dolby Atmos Sound, 2200 Lumens

The PX1-PRO supports a screen size range of 90- to 130-inch with a diagonal ratio of between 0.67 and 1.00, while the PX1 has more limited settings between 100 and 120 inches with a diagonal ratio of 0.25:1. Both projectors have a motorized focus function, operated with the remote control setting.

The best place for the PX1 is between 12.75 and 16.75 inches from the screen. For a 100-inch display, place it at 12.75 inches, and for a 120-inch display, it should be 16.75 inches away from where you’re sitting in your seat, as well as the screen size you have available to use this product. The PX1-PRO is considered the main successor to the top-selling PX1 and comes with better features.

The only difference between these two pieces of audio equipment is that the PX1 doesn’t come with Dolby Vision support, and that’s expected to arrive in an update next year.

Hisense px1-pro 4k laser projector review

Laser projectors are the newest trend in the world of projectors. They have a lot of benefits, such as increased brightness, contrast and resolution.

The Hisense PX1-PRO is a laser projector that offers 4K resolution with a brightness of 4000 lumens and an aspect ratio of 16:9. It also has an HDMI input for connecting to bluetooth speakers and other devices.

This is a great projector for watching movies or playing video games.

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