Ultra short throw projectors, also known as UST projectors and laser TVs, have revolutionized the way we experience multimedia content. Unlike traditional projectors that require ample room to display a large image, UST projectors can create captivating visuals from an incredibly close distance. By employing advanced optical technology, these projectors can project sharp, 4K resolution images onto the screen from just a few inches away. Best of all these bright laser projectors are made to watch TV shows and movies with the lights on making them an awesome television replacement.

But which laser TV is best? Our projection experts will help you find out with our ultra short throw projector shootout series. This is the Hisense PX1-Pro vs. Samsung LSP9t.

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 projectorYou can also read our Hisense PX1-Pro review to get a better idea of this laser TV.

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 LSP9T from Samsung is also a triple laser 4K projector who's specs are unmatched by just about any other laser TV. Read our Samsung LSP9T reviewIt has been called the cream of the crop, the king of the hill, the best of the best when it comes to ultra short throw projection.

But will it stay that way?

Which is better the Samsung LSP9T or the Hisense PX1-Pro?

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

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Hisense PX-1 Pro

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Samsung LSP9T

Our Thoughts:




The Samsung LSP9T beats the PX-1 Pro handily because the LSP9T is designed for brighter spaces while the PX-1 Pro is built for more light controlled environments like home theaters.

Throw Ratio



This difference translates to several crucial inches closer to the screen. The LSP9T sits closer to the projector screen than any UST.


.47" DLP

.67" DLP

The larger DLP chip gives a sharper image to the LSP9T. This Hisense cinema projector makes the most out of the smaller .47" chip providing a crisp image

Light Source

RGB Laser

RGB Laser

Both projectors use true RGB Lasers


107% BT2020

106% BT2020

Both UST projectors cover more than the full BT.2020 color space though the PX1-Pro has the edge

Input Lag

30 ms

55 ms

The Samsung's input lag is ok while the Hisense UST offers low input lag that's good for most gamers


30W Dolby Atmos®

10.0 Watts × 4

The LSP9T has a more powerful soundbar built in.




The Hisense PX1-Pro is available at a lower price point and gives you more bang for your buck


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Samsung LSP9T Vs. Hisense PX1-Pro Side By Side Comparison

We put together this video of the Samsung Premiere LSP9T and the Hisense Trichroma PX1-Pro comparing these UST Projectors side by side to show you how the image looks in a well lit room. We'll break down this video at a later time so make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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Hisense PX1-Pro

The Pros

  • Fantastic 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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Samsung LSP9T

The Pros

  • Super bright 3 laser light source
  • Most vibrant colors
  • Best black levels
  • Better dynamic tone mapping
  • Larger .67 DLP chipset
  • Can produce an image up to 130 inches
  • Built-in streaming apps includes Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV and more
  • Easy to navigate interface

The Cons

  • Higher price tag
  • No bundled screen
  • Only comes in white
  • Slight red push out of the box

So Which Is Better The Hisense PX1-Pro Or The Samsung LSP9T?

This is one of the closest shootouts we’ve had. Both projectors output absolutely incredible images. 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 Samsung LSP9T with the brighter lumen output especially when you pair it with an ambient light rejecting projector 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. Plus the lower price point is hard to beat.

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 these two triple laser ultra short throw projectors, the Hisense PX1-Pro and Samsung LSP9T, 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!

Samsung LSP9T Vs Hisense PX1-Pro

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16:9 [HD]
Throw Ratio:
0.19:1 (D:W)
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Input Lag:
4K/60Hz: 55.9ms | 1080p/60Hz: 55.9ms
3D Support:
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