ViewSonic 4K Projector with 3500 Lumens HDR Support and Dual HDMI for Home Theater Day and Night Product Review and Key Specs
BIG SCREEN HOME THEATER: Immersive cinema-like experience in 4K UHD (3840x2160p), 4X the clarity of Full HD, on a screen up to 300 inches in 3500 lumens HIGH BRIGHTNESS: This home theater projector delivers stunning home entertainment around the clock, day and night, in bright or dark rooms. Throw Distance- 0.97m-11.69m (100 Inch @3.26m) HDR CONTENT SUPPORT: With the ability to decode HDR video signals, this projector delivers incredibly detailed video playback LONG LAMP LIFE: SuperEco mode allows the lamp to shine bright for up to 15,000 hours.Light Source (watt):240 INDUSTRY-LEADING WARRANTY: 3-year limited parts and labor coverage, 1-year of lamp coverage, and access to our US-based customer service team FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: Supports most media players, gaming consoles, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices with input options such as HDMI1.4 with HDCP 1.4, HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2, USB, and more INCLUDED IN THE BOX: PX747-4K 4K UHD Projector, Power Cable, VGA Cable, and Remote Control
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and unfortunately was.No operation Manuel or calibration sheetInclude in box .Most of them are at around $1,500 pricing range which is much more affordable than the 4K projectors from previous years.The sound is pretty good for what it is, but there is no bass to speak of.I ultimately decided to get the px747 because I would be using the projector in a dimly lit environment that has some light leaking into the room.A true 4K projector will cost 4 times the money and must be used in a dark room.For the price I paid I am extremely satisfied.I would give it an B+ maybe and A if I would sit down and fine tune it. Pros: very bright. I was going to buy another 1080p projector, but then I saw the price for this 4K projector, and man I’m I glad I bought this one instead.I am using regular HDMI port of it so far and have nothing but full praise for the picture quality.Picture quality is important to me and this projector achieved that, and it is a cool experience to someone who’s never owned one before.I have had a BenQ W1070 in service for a few years now.After 1 week the projector would not take any commands from the remote.I either needed to mount a giant TV on the wall, or decide that we want the clean elegents of a family room that can turn into a giant TV wall day or night.Long feature films are way more enjoyable and have a movie theater feel.The 4K is beautiful and such a big improvement over my old projector![/review1][review2] 1.
The image is crisp, sharp and bright.So this is not a good buy and can’t call it as 4k.The black level on this projector is pretty appalling… i was watching a movie called game night in a darkish room with think blinds covering the windows at night, it was playing in 4k scaled, I honestly could not tell where the movie was on the screen because the dark level was so bad, it was almost invisible, this was on the best settings movie mode on hdr.Nothing worked, so a get returned.It produces a image so good it feels more like you’re watching a 125″ 4k tv and not a projected image like a traditional projector and I noticed how much brightness it produces over my vankyo 510 projector.This projector has a blank boarder around the whole image, no matter what ratio you have it set at.If you dont believe me buy it, try it and return it if you are not happy… Amazing.Would recommend! Movies .However it doesn’t work as good when it’s bright as they make it out to seem.The picture is OK when it actually connects and it finally just completely died this last weekend.I purchased this one and it was above and beyond what I was expecting.And at night, with all the drapes closed and the lights off? It’s better than seeing a movie at the Arclight.It’s being repaired by the manufacturer.Noticeable improvements in Contrast and resolution with a 4K hdr blue ray disk.Its very sharp and colors are excellent.Looking forward to using this thing for a ton of movie nights![/review4][review5] Overall very happy with it..
It is not as short a throw projector as my previous 1080p Epson.Easy to setup and stunning images.Our room has four windows and French doors and the colors are just amazing! We ordered the Elite Screen 150″ Cinema Grey 5D and it also was a fabulous choice! I cant imagine any projector being a better choice than this one! The picture is jerkey and in slow motion. This projector has been amazing.It’s only good for the first 4mins after you turn it on and goes crazy.Live and learn.It is as advertised.I am happy with 727 I liked all picture it’s amazing[/review6]<!– .My HDMI connector isn’t tight anymore..