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Ultra Short Throw Projector
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Formovie THEATER

The ultimate 4K UHD Triple Color Laser TV

Ultra Short Throw. Large Projection.

Formovie THEATER has a throw ratio of 0.23:1, enabling it to throw a 100” projection with an ultra short throw distance of just 9”. Its maximum projection size is 150”. Best of all, the Formovie THEATER is wireless, with a hassle-free installation suitable for any environment.

ALPD® 4.0 RGB+

Triple Color Laser Light Source Technology

Formovie THEATER uses the latest ALPD® 4.0 triple laser light source technology, which is 30% more powerful than ALPD® 3.0. Formovie THEATER covers 107% of Rec.2020, the parameter value for ultra-high definition TV systems, offering over 1.07 billion colors for superior contrast and color accuracy.

4K UHD Picture

Our 4K UHD and speckle elimination technology ensures that the Formovie casts images with incredible brightness and precision.

An Adjustable Home Theater

2800 ANSI Lumens, Crisp and Clear Anytime

Formovie displays vibrant and bright colors in daylight, and even in ambient light.

Sound by Bowers & Wilkins

Beautifully-designed speakers designed and tuned by the engineers at Bowers & Wilkins, for people who love music.

Endless Content with Android TV 11.0

Formovie is equipped with Certified Android TV 11.0, Google Play, and Chromecast to bring you the ultimate entertainment experience on the large screen. With thousands of apps such as Disney+, HBO, Hulu and YouTube, you’ll never run out of things to watch.

Dolby Vision

More visible details in highlights and shadows.

HDR10 enables Formoive THEATER to offer full detail in highlights and shadows. The 3000:1 contrast rate presents sharper imagery and fuller saturation.


Motion estimate and motion compensation.

Featuring MEMC technology, Formovie THEATER displays fast-moving objects smoothly and clearly. Experience sports events and more like never before.

More Features

20,000 Hour Lamp Life

Formovie is equipped with industrial-grade, long-lasting light bulbs that deliver years of lamp life with daily use.

Complete Connectivity

With a wide array of ports for easy connection with and use of devices, Formovie is the perfect centerpiece for any entertainment system.


Formovie uses body sensors to provide intelligent light adjustment, keeping your entertainment easy on your eyes.


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Formovie Formovie-Theater Reviews

AWESOME Laser projector
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I bought the Formovie Laser projector 3 hours after I saw the laser tv showdown video and seriously no regrets, I got it within a week, and setting it up was a breeze. It is an AWESOME projector, and the image looks great. If there is a negative I would say the color white when you are using Dolby vision with an Apple TV for some reason it is a little too white, but you can fix that by manually adjusting the picture settings.
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Best UST I have seen
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Not fully setup yet but just got both screen and projector. I've been able to watch a number of different movies and shows while waiting for surround sound speakers to be delivered. The picture quality is the best I've seen on a UST and stands up against many of the top standard throw projectors that are even more expensive than this is. I'm sure if you're looking at a UST like this, you've done your research and weighed the pros and cons of short throw vs standard projector. This still won't out perform the best in standard projectors, but if you're in the market for a UST no matter the reason (requirements of the room, not wanting to have to mount a projector, or any other reason) you are unlikely to find much better than the Formovie...and certainly not for the same cost.
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Fantastic Details and Dolby Vision Color!
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I'm using this projector with a 120" ALR gray screen and a Panasonic DP-UB820-K player. I have a 7.1 Dolby Atmos surround system and I don't see why I ever need to see a movie in the theaters again. 

Let's start with the one con...

First, I play Uncharted 4 on the PS4 daily. I have for years, it's just how I unwind after a hard day's work. So the first and only real downfall for the projector came when I loaded the game, switched it to game mode and noticed a weird out of focus corner in the very upper left of the screen. I chatted with the guys at Projector Screen about possibly returning it and they were quite happy to take care of it for me, but after moving the set around a little bit and adjusting the focus tuning as best I could, I got it to look a little better. And really, it's only because the game I play has the map up there in the exact spot that is sort of out of focus. That being said, the rest of the screen looks flawless and I couldn't be happier with the picture and speed of the game mode setting. It should be noted that I am not a professional gamer so I can't comment on how quick the delay is, but it's as good or even slightly better than my other Epson HD UST.

When I watch a movie or YouTube videos, the out of focus spot is not noticeable at all. It's only a little blurry when I play Uncharted. So it's not really anything to worry about.

Now the pros...

I've neve owned a Dolby Atmos TV in my life, so this was my first venture into a world of breathtaking color. Whoa! The reds are unreal and so are the blues. The whites and blacks are solid once you tweak the settings for your environment and even upscaled Blu-Ray's without any HDR are breathtaking. This projector handles everything like a champ!

I created separate viewing settings for HDR movies, Dolby Vision movies (in bright mode), Netflix stuff and of course, Game Mode. The projector remembers all of the different settings except for when I pop in a game. For some reason, it goes to the last setting I had and I have to manually switch it to HDR10 Game Mode but I don't think that's any fault of the projector. If anything, it's because I run all of my HDMI connections through an Onkyo receiver. There is a 2nd HDMI port on the UST I could use for the PlayStation to avoid the manual switching but I just haven't set it up yet. 

I love this projector! My wife loves it, our friends love it, and I can't express how happy I am that I took a chance on Formovie. I don't know what else to say, really, so I will post some unedited photos that I took to show off the different color modes and to give you a better idea of how awesome this UST projector is. 

If you are thinking about buying it, don't hesitate. Do it now.

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A new viewing experience @ home!
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We bought this Formovie laser TV / ultra-short throw projector after and chris majestic broadcast the results of its projector showdown 2022 event on youtube.

Our movie and TV viewing experience at home has changed for the (much) better. The image is very clear even in a bright living room during the day. We project directly on our white wall (perfectly fine!), but I guess buying a screen, although not indispensable, may provide for even a better experience.

The sound quality is incredible; you do not hear any noise coming from the projector's ventilation system. The android TV system is very stable (the project does not stop or shut down unexpectedly).

For families with young kids the projector is both easy to use and safe, as parental control settings are easy to install.

For those who like us never had a projector before: the Formovie sits very close to the wall and is comparably smaller than other similar devices, at a competitive.

I hear that the remote control could have been better equipped with more functions etc. but it is ok. Netflix not natively available but it is easy to connect another device (say: your mobile phone) to the projector and view a series with more or less the same image quality.

All in all, we are very please with this acquisition which was delivered to us within 3 working days.

There isn't a Better Projector at this Price Point + Unmatched Service
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There isn't a Better Projector at this Price Point + Unmatched Service

Verdict: 4.5/5 stars overall


  • Almost perfectly implemented Dolby Vision (DV) Bright mode
  • Ample brightness for a decently well light-controlled room
  • Excellent contrast
  • Excellent (almost inky) blacks
  • Amazing (but accurate) colors that pop
  • Highly tweakable with a multitude of picture controls
  • Can be set-it-and-forget-it
  • Better menus than most projectors using Android TV
  • Great bang for the buck
  •'s caring & dedicated service (for peace of mind)
  • (Optional) Adding HDFury further elevates performance
  • (Optional) Adding Zidoo Z9X (or similar) adds DV benefit to any video


  • Prone to dust blobs (but addressable)
  • Finicky HDMI connectivity (struggles to lock onto signal)
  • Can lose wi-fi (but fixable)
  • Focus isn't as good, as adjustable as it could be
  • Not as sharp as single-laser projectors
  • DV Dark needs improvement via firmware
  • Initial placement is laborious (but also true of all USTs I've had)
  • No HDR10+ support (but still advertised on product page's specs section)
  • No 3D support (but, to be fair, was never promised)

This review is this home theater fan's own and not influenced by other posts or reviews. I've settled on Formovie Theater for most of my home theater (HT) needs, with a secondary projector, a BenQ HT2550A, to satisfy my continued 3D hunger. I have a 7.1.4 home theater Dolby ATMOS/DTS:X set-up, and a 145" white 1.3 gain screen (a front PJ and ALR/CLR screens don't work). My HT room is fully light controlled. My recent experience with projectors includes USTs like Fengmi T1, Vava Chroma, Wemax A300 and Xiaomi 4K, as well as front PJs like Epson 5050UB, Optoma UHD50X, and BenQ HT3550. I've been into projectors since 2007, and been a HT hobbyist since the early 90's. This ain't a cheap hobby, even being budget conscious.

Picture Quality:

Let's start with why you'd want the Formovie Theater. Its Chinese counterpart, the T1, which I previously owned (then regretted selling) is one of the first projectors to have Dolby Vision and garner great word of mouth here at AVSForum, mainly given its amazing colors, contrast and blacks, all at an attractive, affordable price point. But, it needed to be imported from China with the risks that go with it. Fengmi, Wemax and Xioami have been known for 4-5 years now for having great contrast and blacks using Appotronics's ALPD 3.0 (and now 4.0) technology. Vava & others using the same tech don't have whatever additional 'secret' engineering those 3 brands (and soon Appotronics's own T1/Theater clone) do. And, Theater is basically the T1 with better picture controls and Android TV sans the cluttered, bloated FengOS with Chinese streaming content & ads galore.

I've tested Theater without & with a HDFury video processor (VRROOM in my case) in the mix. You don't need it, but it does allow you to dial in custom DV (specifically low level DV) settings that squeeze bit better highlights and details.

Additionally, Zidoo's Z9X media player allows you to push all video to LLDV so you get dynamic tone mapping and quasi-DV like picture quality with SDR & HDR10 videos. Zidoo's Dolby VS10 processing engine is really impressive. Z9X is made for local media playback, your own ripped Blu-ray and UHD discs, not streaming services. 

I also use a nVidia Shield TV Pro, primarily for streaming content. Watching 'Top Gun: Maverick' (thrice already, such a cool flick), it just looks fantastic on Theater. It should look even better on disc when it's out. Rich colors and great details, especially noticeable in Tom Cruise & Jennifer Connelly's close-ups, you can make out their skin pores, wrinkles and all. I've actually been finding myself revisiting standard Blu-ray movies as well, because coupled with Shield TV's upscaling, they're often close to or indistinguishable from 4K at actual viewing distance. Formovie Theater just renders any video better. It's a tough choice whether to use Zidoo & enjoy quasi-DV applied to regular Blu-ray or opt for Shield TV with mild upscaling for slightly better details.

Of course, whether using Zidoo, Shield TV or any UHD disc player, where the Formovie Theater really shines is with native DV disc content. Watch the documentary 'Awaken' and be just blown away, 'Aquaman' impresses with IMAX scenes that pop, 'Dune' looks epic, 'Gemini Man' has hyper-realistic and detail (as its 60 frames/second), 'The Matrix Resurrections' has lots o' digitally-shot detail, 'No Time to Die' looks gorgeous, and there are many more.

Managing the Cons:

Dust blobs, aargh! Let's just say I've been unlucky to have had to to deal with this more than others, pretty sure. Mine appears to have happened during shipment transit. You can do 4 things to address it. First, use a lens cleaning pen to try & get rid of dust particles on the exterior of the lens. If that doesn't do it, use an air blower (but not canned air) to blow air on the vent in the direction of the airflow. You can tell which way by placing your hand on either side of the projector to check. If this also doesn't fully get rid of dreaded dust blob(s), you can either ask your dealer for a swap-out for a new unit (what I ultimately had to do) or open up the unit & attempt cleaning inside the lens assembly. I'm so glad I bought from because they provided excellent support & guidance. I highly recommend asking them to pre-screen your Theater unit before they ship it. Not just for potential dust blobs, but ensuring focus and geometry are both good. They are probably the best A/V vendor I've ever dealt with.

On HDMI connection issues, not much can be done about it. Both T1 & Theater suffer from finicky signal lock issues, taking 10-15 seconds to finally lock in after resolution & color space changes. This happens when switching inputs, starting a video from the user interface, and stopping a video. In my case, buying an expensive 8K fiber optical cable (40ft from HDFury to Theater) helped some, as did premium HDMI cables between my media players and HDFury. To make sure it wasn't the HDFury causing the issue, I did try connecting a media player directly to Theater, but had the same issues. If my set-up had allowed for my A/V equipment to sit near the Theater & use short HDMI cables, this maybe would've made the difference, but I shouldn't have to do so when using an 8K fiber optical cable. Didn't have this issue with my previous projectors.

Lost wi-fi problem, which others have also posted about here & in the T1 thread. My Theater unit wouldn't see my wi-fi network after a firmware update. Rebooting didn't help, and I had to factory reset to get wi-fi back.

On focus adjustment using the remote, the focus ring on T1 or Theater doesn't go quite far enough to either edge as it could or should. So, even with the left arrow maxed out, focus, especially on the top right & left corners remain kinda soft. This is more noticeable in screens larger than 100", like mine at 145". Focus does improve on its own after the unit has been powered on for about 30 minutes, but if you want perfect focus, the only way is to open the unit & manually push the focus ring (then leave it be, and not use the remote to focus).

HDR10+ support, don't think so. Fengmi themselves have added confusion by showing it being supported in T1/Theater promo pics and their official product page, specifications. To make sure, I plugged in a Fire TV Stick 4K Max into HDMI1 port on Theater and fired up 'The Tomorrow War'. On-screen indication is just HDR10, but I also watched parts of the movie, as well as parts of 'Thirteen Lives', and didn't notice any dynamic color or brightness variances within or between scenes. I'm assuming it's just standard HDR.

Initial placement of this projector takes time & patience (also true of USTs in general). Centering perfectly, leveling, moving left/right, and having to do it all over again. It's all manual. I wish UST projectors had 4 adjustable feet vs. two. In my case, I needed to buy furniture shims to level the back, in addition to using the built in front adjustable feet to get it placed just right.

Other Notable Aspects:

Formovie Theater has rather impressive built-in audio powered by renowned Bowers & Wilkins. I use a dedicated 7.1.4 audio system, and don't use the built-in audio. But, if you don't & might be planning to buy a soundbar to pair with the Theater, you probably don't need it.

The Theater supports CEC, which is useful for powering on/off the unit as well as other CEC devices you have. In my case, I can use either the Theater's remote or Shield TV's to power on/off the projector, AVR and media player, and control volume.

If you're planning to use Formovie Theater with some ambient light, an ALR screen will help. But, you absolutely don't need one. Standard screens with beveled frames are problematic because the bottom edge blocks the bottom of the projected image from the screen.


A few (mostly manageable) cons aside, Formovie Theater is an awesome projector for the price. It's better than all PJ's I've owned or tested to date, and that includes the highly regarded Epson 5050UB (also at this price point), various 4K front-projection DLPs, and other single & tri-laser USTs like Xiaomi, Wemax & Vava.

Not that I'm expecting it, but if Fengmi were to add HDR10+ & especially 3D support to Theater, it would make it an absolute unbeatable projector. I don't expect it'd be all that hard to implement via firmware like Vava (3D support) and AWOL (HDR10+, with DV & 3D in the works) have done. Pretty please Fengmi!

When you have family members that don't care about this HT hobby nor care critically about PQ say "wow" and are amazed by the picture Formovie Theater throws, you have a winner. We don't go to the movie theater much when the home experience can often best it. And for those of you who are picky HT enthusiasts like me, Formovie Theater is the best there is for this affordable price. It's really a great bang for the buck. You can't do a better PJ, any kind, for this price.

And, seriously, don't risk it, don't consider buying from anywhere else but (cuz they truly provide the best support).

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very impressed compared to Optoma P2
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So about 2 years ago was when I decided to give projection TV a shot. It was after I first learned about the UST projectors at Best Buy. I did a good amount of research and bought an Optoma Cinemax P2 paired with an $500 ALR screen.

I also did a pretty good amount of lighting control in my living room: blackout curtain in half of my windows and tinted the other windows, in an otherwise very bright and well lit living room. I was decently happy with that setup.

I did have to buy an Arcana HD Fury to solve that lack of eARC in the P2. What I didn't like was for certain shows/movie (which I streamed using a Fire Cube) the color and/or brightness was very muted; while for other shows/content the image would be brilliant.

During daytime, I just accepted the fact that I was going to get a very washedout image. About 1 month ago, I learned about the Formovie Theater just because I've always been an AV enthusiast and generally keep up with the technology.

I guess the lone pro review and the advertisement were impressive enough; and the truth was I had been getting tired of having to fool with the Arcana HD Fury a few times every week or so for it to work right. I took a giant leap of faith and placed an order for this a time when there was like only 1 user review I could find online. I received the unit in about 10 days.

I set it up right away. There was an Android TV update that took a very long time...I think maybe 30 minutes. I liked the setup process more than what I experienced with the Optoma mainly because I succeeded in fitting the entire image onto the screen without any light spillage onto the adjacent wall. Now I'm pretty sure a pro probably could've achieved that with the Optoma using what's available on that platform; But this is just my honest opinion based on my personal experience.

Immediately, I was impressed with the color saturation of the Formovie Theater compared to the P2. My ALR screen is 100" and was not the best you can get out there. I was able to see a significant improvement of the image in my fairly well lit living room. When I lowered my blackout curtains at that time in the afternoon, the image I got was probably 50% better than the Optoma. Now the truth that needs to be known is you're not going to get a saturated image of a conventional LED, OLED TV during the day.

The contrast of a projection TV just won't compare. HOWEVER, the more you can control your ambient lighting you'll see a drastic improvement in the image.

In the evening, this thing is as good as any convention TVs in my experience, which made me very happy (to have a giant 100" TV in my living room.) This really makes a big difference in watching movies at home. I really don't miss going out to the theater much anymore. I did encounter a problem during setup that almost had me returning the unit. I was not able to get my Sonos ARC to work with the projector. I plugged it into the dedicated eARC HDMI port and got no sounds. I fooled with it for hours.

Called for support at; they suggested I call Sonos....and Sonos people flat-out told me that this projector is not supported. At this point I've tried different cable, tried different settings in the menu in both projector's Adroid TV, and that of the Fire Cube and nothing worked. Finally, before I was going to pack it up and send back, I decided to unplug power to my Sonos ARC...I think that's what did it. I'm not entirely sure, but when I basically set up the Sonos ARC from scratch, it just worked.

I can't remember all the steps I did, but it just works now and I love it.

Now 1 remaining issue which I hope at some point will be resolved: The Fire Cube remote cannot control the projector. I went through the usual setup; for 1 thing, Formovie is not in the list of manufacturer's of the TV/projectors.

I also tried having the Fire TV remote "learn" the functions of the Formovie remote following the directions given. It doesn't work. I suspect this probably will have a solution with updates and such. For now, I just have to use the projector remote to turn on the TV instead of just using my Fire Cube remote for everything.

So in conclusion: buy this projector if you're looking into going big and your budget is to stay under $5000. Great bargain.

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Amazing, affordable UST projector
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The Formovie Theater UST projector has absolutely exceeded my expectations and to this point has been a fantastic addition to my home. Sports are larger than life and I have renewed interest in rewatching some of my favorite shows and movies. Completely happy with my purchase and have already recommended this projector to my friends and family!
First UST projector
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Moved into a small space that wouldn't allow me to mount a projector, so I gave the UST a try. I was about to purchase the LSP9T but then came across a youtube video of doing a side by side comparison. Granted this was a in house production and test, testing a product that is purely exclusive to so I think that should be taken with a grain of salt.

Anyways, I have no benchmark with this being the only UST throw projector I have ever seen in person, but the picture quality is great and it lives on top of my media console. I am guessing that this goes with all UST projectors, but setting up the picture to match the screen too a really long time. The software calibration tools are not that great compared to a long throw projector, because getting a long throw projector level and square are not as critical.

Since the projector is so close everything seems to be amplified and getting it dialed in was a long process. Giving it 4 stars because of the time that it took me to dial in the projector to match with the screen perfectly.

Formovie Theater Projector Initial Impressions
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Purchased this unit from First, shipping and service were impeccable. Joe, ensured that the unit had gone through an additional QC test on the unit's focus to make sure it was working properly.

Image quality: For now, I'm still deciding on a screen, and projecting against the wall. Even then, the picture is good, with solid blacks, and the colors pop. This is on a uneven, light colored wall. I have no doubt that when paired with the right screen, this projector will look incredible. I've currently tested screen sizes from 135 to 142 inches, and both look great. The size of my wall will likely only allow me to go up to 142, but I'm sure even at 150, the image will look great.

OS: The included android TV is decent, and aside from Netflix, allows streaming from all the other available apps I use (Disney+, Hulu, Prime video, Plex). Each of these apps work with no issue. Sound: The sound on the unit is actually very impressive for its size. I've hooked up the unit to my existing sound system with no issue, but the standalone speakers have some serious wattage.

Noise: The unit is very quiet, and I have not noticed any fan noise when watching any content. The vent on the left side does get hot though so it definitely needs space to vent.

Final thoughts: This is my first ultra short throw projector. I am coming from a 75inch LCD. The extra size and the image quality are definitely worth it. The price point and ease of installation make this a no brainer.

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4.5 stars for an amazing projector
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I placed this projector in a large game room. I have been debating between a large OLED TV, overhead projector, and UST laser projector. Obviously, all have their pros and cons. I finally decided on a UST projector for large screen size, ease of set up, and ease of use (will mostly be teenagers using the system). There are a handful of really good projectors and I was waffling between them, but then I saw the Formovie advertized. It checked all the boxes of a high end TV and was cheaper. Of course, since it is new to the US market it has limited customer reviews, but the few formal reviews had nothing bad to say. I was a little nervous as I tend to be a fairly cautious buyer, but decided to take the risk, partially because of the positive reviews for I had confidence that they would take care of any issues I might have.

Ultimately, this is a 5 star projector - Only half star taken off because the Android TV system does not support Netflix. I have uninstalled/reinstalled, updated, cleared caches, etc. to no avail. That is not really a fault of the projector, but if you take the system as a whole, it is a small issue. I will just have to use my Roku streaming stick, which really isn't a big deal. Some projectors don't have any streaming/OS service built in. It wouldn't be a deal breaker for me (because I have the Roku), but it is nice to have the projector act more like a smart TV than just a projector.

1. Order/delivery - projector was shipped and delivered quickly. Well packaged with no concerns about damage
2. Aesthetics - it is a moderately large box. I was prepared for the size, but do research about size and appearance of all UST projectors if you are concerned about room design. The Formovie is attractive and works well in my game room space, but it may stand out in a living room, and the design conscious may have issues with it. To get a 120" or larger projection it does have to sit quite a ways out from the screen/wall, so you have to have a fairly deep cabinet to accommodate it - another design factor. I personally did not have an issue with this, but some may.
3. Setup - I put it on the cabinet, plugged it in, fiddled with the position to get as close to rectangle as possible, connected to wifi easily, signed into google, updated the system and apps and had TV up and running with Android TV in less than 30 minutes. After that I fiddled with the keystone and focus for another 15-30 minutes until picture was almost perfect. Not much more fuss than a regular OLED TV.
4. Brightness/screen - I have it set up for 120" projection. I have an ambient light rejecting screen (gray) on a very dark wall. Tried the projector without the screen on the dark wall. It was watchable, but colors were a bit flat and light from the one window did wash out the picture, but it was sufficiently bright to watch in the middle of the day. With the ALR screen, the picture is amazing. I am not a professional and did not run a bunch of tests, but I feel the colors rich and are very accurately portrayed, the darks are dark. I don't play games on it, so I didn't appreciate any motion issues.
5. Sound - The sound is rich, clear and sharp. Easily fills my large game room. Bass is definitely better than most TVs, but obviously not as good as a dedicated subwoofer. I ultimately connected the system to a higher end soundbar with subwoofer via eARC. Again, simple and easy.

Ultimately, I am very pleased with this purchase. The kids love it. Excellent picture with the latest audio and video codec technology. Easy set up and easy to use. Price is right compared to competition.
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I’ve had quite a number of projectors down the years, and this is by far the one that has impressed me the most.
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I’ve had quite a number of projectors down the years, and this is by far the one that has impressed me the most. Since I’ve had OLED TVs for a few years now, the comparison has always been complicated for projectors, but they still had their own strengths : picture size, less stress on the eyes, immersion, etc… This latest model has closed the gap quite a lot for me : light output is phenomenal, allowing daytime viewing while paired with the correct screen to project on, contrast is pretty incredible, and it’s the closest projection has ever been to my OLED.

The device itself is pretty slick, UI and OS work as they should, and internal apps work great. Only downside on this point is the fact that Netflix isn’t available, and that local playback through USB doesn’t seem to work correctly. Those are easily fixed with an external device though, which I think most people will use. Those might also be fixed down the line by a firmware update, but I’m not holding my breath.

The fact that it’s both HDR and Dolby Vision compatible is a very nice addition, and the playback in itself is very good. Colors are deep, while not overly saturated, blacks are pretty impressive, sharpness might be the best of all projectors, but it’s still pretty impressive.

As for all UST Projectors, position and focus are the hardest thing to setup, but once you’ve find the correct spot, the viewing experience is incredible. Dark scenes are impressive for a projector, but where it really shines is on the light/colorful scenes. The « pop » of the image is like I’ve never seen, giving a « 3D » feeling with impressive brightness and contrast.

One very appreciated feature for me is MEMC, which helps with the fluidity of the image. I’ve set it to « middle » to prevent the « soap opera effect » , and it’s both satisfying for all content, and not too overwhelming. Some people aren’t a fan of this, but for me it’s an incredibly efficient feature on a projector, making for a much more enjoyable viewing experience.

While I won’t use it, I’ve been very impressed by the Bowers & Wilkins sound. I have a dedicated 5.1.2 Setup so I won’t be using this, but people that don’t wait an additional soundbar or anything can rely without issues on the internal sound.

Overall I’ve been very happy with my purchase. It’s an impressive device, that gives a gigantic boost for me to the projection ecosystem, allowing impressive image quality, dynamic, and size, on a very compact and efficient package.
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Great Projector & Super Service
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The best bang for the buck in UST Projectors, in my opinion. The International T1 model has an Android interface with menus in English and easy to navigate screens. Setup was easy enough and the keystone adjustments do not negatively affect picture quality. Best black levels in a UST PJ with brilliant colors. Unbelievable sound system for a projector with crisp, clear dialog. Thanks to Brian for his quick shipment. An overall excellent value and I’m thrilled with my new projector!
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Formovie Theater Ultra Short Throw Projector 2800 Lumen Triple Laser UST Fengmi T1 Global Android OS

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