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Hisense PX1-Pro TriChroma Triple Laser Cinema Projector 4K Ultra Short Throw

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    Hisense PX1-Pro TriChroma Triple Laser Cinema Projector 4K Ultra Short Throw

    Item #: Hisense-PX1-PRO

    Hisense Manufacturer Part #: PX1-PRO


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    Aspect Ratio:
    16:9 [HD]
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    Throw Type:
    Ultra Short Throw
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    “Hisense is redefining the future of TV. As the leader and innovator of Laser TV technology we are pleased to be working with Next Projection (, & BuyAV) as one of our expert resources to consumers. Their team can be trusted to educate and advise customers looking for an affordable Laser TV solution with technologies ranging from a single laser source to dual-color lasers, and in the future Tri-Chroma technologies with screen sizes 100” and up.”

    Ken WeltyDirector of LaserTV, Hisense USA Corporation

    Hisense PX1 Pro
    Hisense PX1-PRO: Built For Home Theater.

    The PX1-PRO features the award-winning TriChroma laser engine to achieve 107% of BT.2020 color space for a true-to-life picture that dazzles with vibrancy. With its Digital Lens Focus the PX1-PRO delivers a razor-sharp 4K image in sizes from 90 to 130-inches. So you choose the size image you want to project. Add to that premium features eARC for lossless audio, Filmmaker Mode, and smart home integrations and you’ve got yourself an Ultra Short Throw projector that overflowing with entertainment possibilities.

    This ultra short throw projector is built for home theater setups with more limited amounts of ambient light, but the Hisense PX1-Pro is still bright enough to overcome moderately well lit rooms especially when you pair it with an ambient light rejecting screen.

    The Hisense PX1-Pro Cinema UST Projector Features:

    • Red + Green + Blue Lasers
    • 107% BT.2020 Color
    • 90" to 130" Variable Focus Projection Size
    • 2,200 Lumens Brightness
    • 4K Resolution, 60HZ Refresh
    • HDR10 High Dynamic Range with HLG
    • 30W Dolby Atmos Sound
    • High-Speed HDMI with eARC
    • Android TV
    Hisense PX1 Pro
    TriChroma really is R, G, B-eautiful. The PX1-PRO uses pure red, green, and blue lasers to achieve new levels of color performance, reaching 107% of the BT.2020 color space - that's color you've never seen on a projection display before.
    Hisense PX1 Pro Immersive Entertainment

    Get ready to take movie night, your next streaming binge, or gaming with the boys to a whole new level. With Digital Lens Focus the PX1-PRO can project images from 90 to 130 inches with razor-sharp focus for maximum viewing immersion.

    Hisense PX1 Pro Incredible Clarity and Contrast

    4K Ultra HD brings over 8 million pixels to create incredible clarity across an extra-large projection. High Dynamic Range expands color and contrast so you can enjoy a stunningly vibrant picture with incredible depth and detail.

    Hisense PX1 Pro Perfect for Home Theater

    At 2200 Lumens peak brightness, the PX1-PRO shines with brilliance so that everything you watch hits those sparkling highlights, voluminous colors, and deep blacks. PX1-PRO is perfect for home cinema, be it in the media room or dedicated theater room.

    Hisense PX1 Pro Sound that Places you Inside the Action

    With built-in 30W Dolby Atmos® sound, PX1-PRO sounds bigger than it looks. Get clear speech, crisp highs, and booming lows without having to invest in any extra gear. Or use the High-Speed HDMI port with eARC to pass-thru uncompressed audio to your surround sound system.

    Hisense PX1 Pro Android TV

    Android TV brings great content to the biggest screen in your home. Install apps from the Google Play Store and login to your favorite streaming services for limitless entertainment. Use Chromecast to mirror your phone or tablet directly to the Laser Cinema.

    Hisense PX1 Pro Game Mode with ALLM

    No need to manually change picture settings when you’re about to drop in. Auto Low Latency Mode detects when a gaming console is the active source and automatically adjusts projector settings to optimize game performance.

    Hisense PX1 Pro Filmmaker Mode

    Filmmaker Mode disables any motion processing adjustments from the projector settings to ensure you’re seeing content exactly the way the moviemakers intended.

    Hisense PX1 Pro Buttery Smooth Motion

    With the PX1-PRO’s microsecond-level processor response, you never miss a moment of the action. Fast-moving images are buttery smooth and crystal clear - so whether its sports, games, or action films the PX1-PRO keeps pace.

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    Product Dimensions

    Product dimension (without stand)
    20.5” x 12.8” x 6.3” (LxWxH)
    Weight (without stand)
    20.3 lbs
    Package Dimensions (LxWxH)
    23.8” x 15.8” x 11.6” (LxWxH)
    Package Weight
    26.5 lbs

    Type of TV

    Smart TV
    Yes, Android
    Google Assistant built-in
    Works with Alexa
    App Store
    Yes (Google Play App Store)


    Audio output power (watts)
    30W (Stereo)
    Audio technologies
    Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital


    Power consumption
    Standby consumption
    Power supply
    AC 120V, 60Hz


    2x HDMI 2.1
    1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0
    RF antenna
    Digital audio output
    1 Optical


    Yes, Voice Remote
    Quick Start Guide and/or User Manual
    Quick Start Guide in the box, (User Manual available online)
    Power Cord


    WiFi direct
    Bluetooth ®

    Other Features

    Parental control
    Closed caption
    Sleep timer
    2-year warranty
    Eye Safety
    Remote Finder

    Picture Quality

    Refresh rate
    60 Hz
    Dynamic contrast
    Brightness Level
    2200 Lumens
    Resolution type
    Yes, HDR10
    Color Space
    107% BT.2020
    Light source
    Red + Green + Blue Laser
    Light Source Lifetime
    25,000+ Hours
    Eye Protection (Laser Auto Turn Off when someone is close by)
    Throw Ratio
    0.47” DMD
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    Hisense PX1-PRO Reviews

    Amazing picture
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    I exhaustively researched projectors in this price category and saw very good reviews for the L9G, which uses the same tri-laser system. Went out on a limb with this one after speaking with a very helpful customer service rep at It was brand new at the time and there wasn't much info about it available other than that Hisense was trying to improve the picture by outputting fewer lumens. This projector did not disappoint. The colors are amazing. Decent detail in the shadows for a UST laser, and nice blacks. Easy setup and friendly user interface. Only complaint is that it doesn't have Netflix and you can't cast Netflix to the built-in Chromecast, so I had to buy a separate Chromecast to plug in. If you don't mind that minor headache, I'd highly recommend it for any room with minimal daylight/decent light control.
    The best triple-laser UST there is!
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    I've tried all the triple-laser USTs you can buy and recently settled on the Hisense L9G. Now seeing that this new model is basically the L9G for dark room viewing, plus the bonus of being able to adjust focus to different screen sizes (finally, Hisense), the PX1-PRO is now my daily driver.

    The projector has a matte, dark-grey finish that essentially makes it disappear when the lights go out. The color and focus on this thing is easily the most best of any UST out there. I always saw some softness at the top corners of my screen with the other USTs I've tried, but this one is incredibly sharp. Edge to edge the picture looks amazing.

    Hooked up to my PS5 it looks just like the L9G - auto detected PS5 as the source, activated auto-low latency mode, changed to my HDR Game picture preset. And everything I've tried plays so smooth - Rocket League, Destiny 2, Ghost of Tsushima, DOOM.

    I could go on. At $3500 and in stock now, this was a fantastic purchase. Thanks,!
    PX1-Pro Comparison in Dedicated Theater Room
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    I took a look at both the Hisense L9G and PX1-Pro UST projectors. I also compared the PX1-Pro with the JVC NX5 and Optima UHZ65 projectors. I used a Cima Tiburon .8 gain screen and an idis13 with Chromapure software and test disc to conduct testing. Below are my findings with some photos attached.

    Hisense PX1-Pro:

    Sharpness. 10/10. The PX1-Pro was sharper than the L9, the NX5, and the UHZ65. In fact, the Pro had one of the sharpest images I’ve seen from a projector. I wasn’t expecting that, especially given it uses the smaller .47 TI DLP chip and an actuator to simulate native 4K, as does the L9G.

    Contributing to this sharpness phenomenon is not only the fact that the pixels are bouncing off the screen from a few inches away, but that this UST projector is equipped with manual digital remote focus to help tighten things on that front.

    The lens configuration is excellent. Brightness uniformity outperformed the UHZ65’s and was slightly better than the NX5 and even the sibling L9. The machine put up rock solid yet cinematically appearing images. Like with the sharpness phenomenon mentioned above, this solidity is likely due to the pixels bouncing off the screen from just inches away.

    Motion. 9.5/10. Using “Custom” motion at a setting of 2 for Judder and 2 for Motion Blur produced very smooth motion with no soap opera effect. There were some very rare panning shots of objects or people moving that showed with some mild judder. But overall, at that setting, motion looked natural as if native and slightly better than the native motion of the NX5 and UHZ65.

    Resolution. 8.5/10. Oddly, for a smaller chipped shifter projector, the PX1-Pro resolved about the same or almost the same amount of detail as did the native 4K JVC NX5. But again, this DLP comes with better precision from the single chip design, which here is emitting so close to the screen as if the pixels are emanating from an emissive/flat panel display.

    Color. 10/10. The relevant color spaces for this discussion are rec709, DCI-P3, and Rec/BT 2020. Rec/BT 2020 being the widest, there isn’t much commercial video content graded to extend color that far out. Some movies like The Matrix, Lucy, and Mad Max, Fury Road, however, do extend beyond DCI-P3. I put those movies in the player and found some noticeable color improvement in certain scenes over my other displays. That is, both the NX5 and UHZ65 are capable of around 90% of P3, while the PX1-Pro is capable of exceeding even Rec2020. While all displays accurately calibrated to DCI-P3 should render the color targets the same, some, like the JVCs, rely on a color filter to get there. What stood out to me with PX1-Pro and the L9 was the native color reproduction showed the purity and brightness of the tri-lasers’ colors.

    Compared with the L9, the PX1-Pro had a slight red push. Setting the color temp to mid-low and calibrating the white point helped. Calibrating both the L9 and the PX1-Pro to the Rec2020 color space, the 9 calibrated better. After calibrating it with an i1dis3 off the Tiburon screen, the L9 had a white balance Delta Error (DE) of only .6. Anything below a DE of 3 is hardly detectible. After color calibration of the Standard Picture mode, the 9 had a total average DE of 2.11, which is excellent. Conversely, the PX1-Pro had a total average DE after calibration of 4.43. This was mostly due to controlling green, likely also impacting red. Still, because the 2020 color space exceeds P3 found in almost all UHD content, and the Pro easily met P3, I gave the machine a perfect score here.

    HDR. 8.5/10. Tone mapping was overall very good. The machine’s brightness capability was a tremendous help. However, setting the machine’s Active Contrast to High can cause some blown out highlights. Rolling back contrast from default to 42 and setting gamma to 2.2 reduced the effect. I was able to use Active Contrast on High without dialing back contrast when using the PX1-Pro with the Panasonic 820 disc player’s HDR optimizer.

    Contrast. 7/10. I measured sequential contrast off the lens in Standard picture mode with the laser set to 10 and Laser Light Shift set to -10 with Active Contrast on High to get the best sequential contrast measurement. The lasers do turn off, so technically the machine has infinite contrast, but we don’t watch an all black screen for colorful content. So using enough pixels to keep the PX1-Pro’s lasers from shutting off yielded the sequential contrast measurement of 1,184:1. The L9 measured 1,170:1. Still the black level reading on the PX1-Pro was better than the L9’s. It came in at .45, whereas the black level reading of the L9 was .55. In actual viewing, the Laser Light Shift set to -10 made dark scenes look more convincing than I recalled them being on the Samsung LSP9T I had tested months ago. Also, the PX1-Pro had very good gray gradations in dark scenes.

    Compared to the UHZ65 and NX5, however, t

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