When Samsung entered the ultra short throw game with the Premiere line of projectors, they busted in with great fanfare thanks to the triple laser, LSP9T and it's little brother, the single laser, Samsung LSP7T. The Premiere LSP7T from Samsung is a lower price point laser TV that offers solid specs from a very well known home entertainment electronics brand.

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

So which is better the Hisense PX1-Pro or the Samsung LSP7T UST?

Check out our expert comparison of these two fantastic 4K ultra short throw projectors to find out.

 
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Hisense PX1-Pro

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Samsung LSP7T

Our Thoughts:

Brightness

2200

2200

Both projectors output the same amount of lumens

Throw Ratio

0.25:1

0.25:1

Both laser TVs have the same throw ratio and sit the same distance from the screen

Chipset

.47" DLP

.47" DLP

Both USTs use the same DLP chipset

Light Source

True RGB Triple Laser

Single Blue Laser

With a triple laser design, the Hisense PX1-Pro's light source gives more vibrant colors and greater brightness, while the LSP7T uses a color wheel to create the colors you see on screen

Color

147% DCI-P3

83% DCI-P3

In large part thanks to the triple laser light source the PX1-Pro covers a much wider color gamut than the Samsung LSP7T

Sequential Contrast Ratio

1,184:1

1,000:1

The superiority of the Hisense UST shows up strongly in the content we watched. Not the best contrast, but certainly better than the LSP7T

Input Lag

30 ms

53 ms

Neither projector is particularly strong or weak when it comes to video gaming. That said the Hisense laser TV has the advantage

Audio

30W Dolby Atmos®

15 Watts × 2

The built-in speakers are about equally as powerful but the Dolby Atmos speakers give Hisense the edge

Price

$3,297.97

$3,496.00

Despite being a triple laser, the Hisense costs about the same as the Samsung LSP7T. This makes the Hisense an incredible value

 

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Samsung LSP7T Vs. Hisense PX1-Pro Side By Side Comparison

We put together this video of the Samsung Premiere LSP7T and the Hisense TriChroma PX1-Pro comparing them side by side, to show you how the image looks in a well lit room. These have been filmed pre-calibration, so you'll see what the picture looks like coming from these projectors out of the box. We'll break down this video at a later time so make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Pros And Cons Of Each UST Projector

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Hisense PX1-Pro

The Pros

  • Super bright 3 laser light source
  • Most vibrant colors
  • Mind-blowingly sharp image
  • Fantastic black levels
  • Easier to calibrate than other RGB projectors
  • Incredible low price for a triple laser UST
  • Can produce an image up to 130 inches

The Cons

  • Only has 2 HDMI ports
  • No built in Netflix 
  • No 3D support
  • No dynamic tone mapping
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Samsung LSP7T

The Pros

  • Low priced 4K Ultra Short Throw
  • Colors are vivid
  • Built-in streaming apps includes Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV and more
  • Has 3 HDMI ports
  • Easy to navigate interface

The Cons

  • Not the best choice for bright spaces
  • Picture was not as sharp as other laser TVs
  • Not great for gaming
  • Only comes with a 1 year warranty
  • Only comes in white

So Which Is Better, The Hisense PX1-Pro Or The Samsung LSP7T UST?

Both of these UST projectors are great choices. But one of them has the edge in this fight.

Samsung is known for producing some of the best consumer electronics. Both their single laser and triple laser UST live up to these lofty exceptions. The Samsung Premiere LSP7T offers vivid colors and in a less well lit room and offers fantastically vibrant visuals for a great low price.

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. It has some of the best colors we've seen in any projector and pairs that with an incredibly sharp image. Plus the low price point is hard to beat.

You'll be absolutely thrilled with either one you choose. But ultimately a decision had to be made. This was one of the few showdowns where it was a bit easier to pick the winner. So between the Samsung LSP7T vs. Hisense PX1-Pro the winner of this ultra short throw projector shootout is………

The Hisense PX1-Pro!

We'll be breaking down the comparison between the Hisense PX1-Pro and Samsung LSP7T even further in our Ultra Short Throw shootout series on YouTube. So make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel so you can get notified when our shootout goes live plus 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!

Samsung LSP7T Vs. Hisense PX1-Pro

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Projector Resolution:
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Brand:
Hisense
Product Status:
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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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Projector Resolution:
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Brand:
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Product Status:
In Stock
Native Resolution:
3840x2160
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 [HD]
Lumens:
2200
Chipset:
DLP
Contrast Ratio:
1,000:1
Light Source:
Laser
Resolution Type:
Native
Throw Type:
Ultra Short Throw
Lens Shift:
No
Standard Lens Focus:
Fixed
Digital Inputs:
HDMI

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