ViewSonic 4K Projector with Wide Color Gamut RGBRGB Rec 709 HDR Support and Dual HDMI for Home Theater Specs and Product Reviews
BIG SCREEN HOME THEATER: Immersive theater-like experience in 4K UHD (3840×2160), 4X the clarity of Full HD, on a screen up to 300 inches in 2200 lumens CINEMATIC COLORS: This home theater projector features RGBRGB color wheel with Rec. 709, and Rec. 2020 compatibility for colors you expect at the movie theater 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. Audible Noise (Eco)- 27dB (Silence mode) 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: PX727-4K 4K UHD Projector, Power Cable, VGA Cable, and Remote Control
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3 thoughts on “ViewSonic 4K Projector with Wide Color Gamut RGBRGB Rec 709 HDR Support and Dual HDMI for Home Theater Review”
The colors really seemed to pop wonderfully and I am stunned at the resolution.It takes a lot of tweaking to get set up correctly because it does not have any verticle or horizontal lens shift capability, but that is to be expected in its price range.It’s not bad, it just doesn’t rival the competition.I looked at this vs.First one I received had a grounding issue and buzzed incredibly loudly whenever it was turned on.I project onto a 100” high gain screen, and the optical zoom function of the PX727-4K allowed me to utilize the existing ceiling mount without relocation.I bought one for use for a couple of off-site training sessions with the intention of putting it my home theater when done.We contacted them & they swapped ours out with no issues or questions.I sent the projector back and view sonic sent a refurbished unit to use while they fix mine.The noise is low as well.But the various standard default mode settings are grossly over-saturated.The picture and quality are great.This has an amazing picture.The picture is great and visible in a room with a decent amount of ambient light.We ceiling mounted it and used it on a 150 inch screen, and it was very excellent while it lasted. Amazing projector[/review2][review3] Amazing product for the price[/review3][review3] This projector is Perfect for a Dark Room Setup! Especially when using the PS4 Pro or Xbox One X the True 4K resolution really shines!While it is considered "True 4K" and not "Native 4K" the pixel count on the screen is the same.Factory speaker started giving out about 3 weeks in.Terrific picture.
This is due to the pixel shifting chip that companies have started designing to replicate 4K images.The picture quality is awesome — so much so that I can’t even detect any of the pixels which is crazy to me considering this is a projected image.There is a lot to like.So loud that even noise canceling headset I can still hear it.The ViewSonic PX727-4K isn’t native 4k, but it looks amazing and is a huge jump up from a standard 1080p projector.We learned then that we just love watching movies and playing games on the huge screen, which in our dark living room feels like a movie theater, and lights up the whole living room.After separate calibrations for SD and HDR modes the picture is stunning.The image quality is almost as good as the more expensiveEpson Home Cinema 4010 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR, and in a lot smaller footprint .I had heard a lot of good things about the picture.We’ve put it through about a month and a half of testing so far, and it has been a great experience.I thought the BenQ was great, but this is so much crisper and brighter even on non-4k content.