Hisense is known for producing outstanding laser TVs. The newly released Hisense L9G and Hisense PX1-Pro are two of their latest ultra short throw projectors to hit the market. Both of these UST projectors are true RGB triple laser projectors with bright vivid colors and buttery smooth motion handling. The Hisense L9G is designed for more well lit rooms such as a livingroom, while the PX1-Pro is built as more of a home theater projector.

 
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Hisense PX-1 Pro

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Hisense L9G

Our Thoughts:

Brightness

2200

3000

The Hisense L9G beats the PX-1 Pro handily because the L9G is designed for brighter spaces while the PX-1 Pro is built for more light controlled environments like home theaters.

Throw Ratio

0.25:1

0.25:1

Both laser projectors have the same solid throw ratio

Chipset

.47" DLP

.47" DLP

 Both of these Hisense projectors makes the most out of the smaller .47" chip

Light Source

RGB Laser

RGB Laser

Both projectors use true RGB Lasers

Color

107% BT2020

107% BT2020

Both UST projectors cover more than the full BT.2020 color space

ALR Projector Screen

Sold Separately

Available Bundled With 100" or 120" Screen

One of the best values of the Hisense L9G is that it comes with a bundled ambient light rejection projector screen. Where you'd need to buy it separately with the PX1-Pro

Input Lag

30 ms

30 ms

Very good input lag from both projectors for all but hardcore gamers.

Audio

30W Dolby Atmos®

40W Dolby Atmos®

The L9G has a more powerful sound bar built in.

Price

$3,297.97

$4,297.97

The Hisense PX1-Pro is available at a lower price point. However when you consider the value of the bundled screen on the L9G the costs do even out somewhat.

 

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Hisense PX1-Pro

The Pros

  • Better black levels
  • Very sharp image
  • Lower price point
  • Can produce an image up to 130 inches
  • Matte finish to the body is less reflective
  • 120 FPS 4K gaming

The Cons

  • Not As bright
  • No bundled screen
  • .47 chipset compared to other triple lasers with the .67
  • Doesn’t come with Netflix
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Hisense L9G

The Pros

  • Price bundled with ambient light rejecting screen
  • Brighter output for more versatile placement
  • Very sharp image
  • One of the best sound systems
  • 120 FPS 4K gaming

The Cons

  • Limited to the 100 and 120 size
  • Doesn’t do a great job handling highlight and lowlight details
  • .47 chipset compared to other triple lasers with the .67
  • Shiny chassis reflects some of the light
  • Doesn’t come with Netflix

So Which Is Better The Hisense PX1-Pro Or The Hisense L9G?

This is one of the closest shootouts we’ve had. It’s very hard to pick a winner.

If you're planning to use an ultra short throw projector as a livingroom television replacement, the better choice would be the Hisense L9G with the brighter lumen output and the bundled ambient light rejecting screen.

If you want to upgrade your home cinema projector to a triple laser unit, the Hisense PX1-Pro ultra short throw projector is the way to go thanks to its deeper and more cinematically accurate black levels.

These are two of the best laser TVs on the market. You'll be thrilled with either one you choose. But ultimately a decision had to be made. So between the Hisense PX1-Pro and Hisense L9G the winner is………

Well, you'll just have to watch our Shootout video on YouTube. So make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel so you can get notified when our shootout goes live and other great content in our pipeline. 

If you have any questions on these projectors or anything else projection related don’t hesitate to hit us up at ProjectorScreen.com. Thanks for reading and keep on projecting!

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$3,297.97

Projector Resolution:
4K
Brand:
Hisense
Product Status:
In Stock
Native Resolution:
3840x2160
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 [HD]
Lumens:
2200
Chipset:
DMD
Contrast Ratio:
1,000,000:1
Light Source:
Laser
Resolution Type:
Shift
Throw Type:
Ultra Short Throw
Digital Inputs:
HDMI

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$4,297.97

Projector Resolution:
4K
Brand:
Hisense
Product Status:
In Stock
Native Resolution:
3840x2160
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 [HD]
Lumens:
3000
Chipset:
DLP
Contrast Ratio:
1,000,000:1
Light Source:
Laser
Resolution Type:
Shift
Throw Type:
Ultra Short Throw
Digital Inputs:
HDMI

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$2,997.97

Projector Resolution:
4K
Brand:
Hisense
Product Status:
In Stock
Native Resolution:
3840x2160
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 [HD]
Lumens:
2700
Chipset:
DMD
Contrast Ratio:
1,000,000:1
Light Source:
Laser
Resolution Type:
Shift
Throw Type:
Ultra Short Throw
Digital Inputs:
HDMI

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