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The amazing Hisense PX2 Pro
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Summary: The Hisense PX2 Pro is an amazing projector that will make you smile ?? every time you use it.

Explanation: I did a lot of research on Ultra Short Throw (UST) projectors in the $2000 - $3000 range. definitely was an excellent source for me to use during my research on trying to decide what UST projector to get (shout out to their Ultra Short Throw Projector Shootout for 2023 comparisons). I'm certain all of the UST projectors in this price range would be excellent choices, but I finally settled on buying the Hisense PX2 Pro. After using the PX2 Pro everyday for over 2 weeks, I can safely say that I have ZERO regrets in buying this projector.

The PX2 Pro has a stunning picture quality (screenshots don't do it justice, you have to see it in person to really witness its glory). The picture is so bright, sharp, and the colors are rich/vivid. The black level is deep, especially for the price range that this projector falls in. I have not done any calibration so i'm sure the picture quality can look even better if you take the time to calibrate it. In my opinion, the PX2 Pro is excellent right out of the box.

In terms of features/capabilities, the PX2 Pro has a lot of great bells and whistles (4k resolution, eARC, Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10, ALLM, Google TV, built-in apps) that should future proof it for years to come. I watched a lot of movies in Dolby Vision on Netflix and was left very impressed with the detailed color, depth, and contrast. Also, i'm a big gamer so I have played a lot of games (PS5, Xbox Series X, PC) on the PX2 Pro. The games look stunning on this projector and I have not had any issue with input lag, as long as you have the game mode on. I play a lot of competitive games so I know all about input lag. You will not have a problem on this projector as long as you play with game mode on.

Setting the projector up was also a breeze thanks to it's auto geometric calibration feature. My experience with setting up short throw projectors in the past were not great. It was always tricky to get the picture aligned with the screen. I had a much easier time with the PX2 Pro. I'm using a 120 inch screen and was able to align the picture in a matter of minutes.

The PX2 Pro built in sound also seems great. The sound is clear and can get loud enough for an enjoyable experience. I never use the built in sound on projectors (I have an home theater surround sound system to cover that department).

The Hisense PX2 Pro is definitely an UST projector that you should not overlook. It is an excellent projector in so many ways.

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Hisense PX2 Pro Projector: Affordable Brilliance in Home Entertainment
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The Hisense PX2 Pro projector boasts impressive features at an affordable price point. Its 4K resolution delivers stunning clarity, while the HDR support enhances color depth and contrast. The built-in speakers produce decent sound quality, but external audio devices elevate the experience. Its brightness is noteworthy, making it suitable for various lighting conditions. However, the user interface might benefit from some refinement for smoother navigation. Overall, the PX2 Pro offers excellent value for its performance and affordability in the projector market. While I haven't purchased a projector screen yet, the viewing experience on the wall suffices for now.
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Hisense PX2-PRO - Impressed
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Delivery - was faster than expected. It took 3 days from a Sunday I put ordered and got the delivery around noon at the delivery date

Setting up - was easy and way above my expectation, plug in power and power on. Google TV setup is easy especially I have Google Home already. The navigation is quick, and app and video loading is quick. Aligning to my screen took me about 10 mins mostly because the screen and the projector sittings are temporary. I was able to start watching from the delivery at noon.

Pictures - Quality is great without playing with the color settings too much. Based on the first 12 hour watch, the daytime picture washed out is expected but better. Night time watch is outstanding with lights on and off. Can't wait to do more with it, movies and gaming

Speakers - I read some concerning reviews on it but it turns out to be another better than expectation item. It's sitting in a large room with high ceiling and the sound is more than good. No immediate need to add speakers.
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Oh, buckle up for the cinematic joyride of your life because the Hisense Projector PX2-Pro is here to turn your living room into a home theater extravaganza!

First off, let's talk about the picture quality. It's like the projector took a magic potion and transformed every pixel into a visual masterpiece. The colors are so vivid; you'll feel like you're in the movie, not just watching it. And the clarity, my friend, is next-level. It's so sharp that you can count the freckles on your favorite actor's face.

Now, let's address the elephant in the room - sound. The built-in speakers are like mini rockstars. Clear, powerful, and they bring the boom without any extra sound systems needed. Of course, if you want to go full concert mode, you can always hook up your external speakers, but honestly, these little guys get the job done.

Oh, did I mention the sleek design? This projector is like the James Bond of the tech world. It looks so good; you'll want to invite your friends over just to show it off. Movie night has never been this stylish.

And here's the real kicker - the price. You get all this awesomeness without burning a hole in your wallet. It's like getting a front-row seat to the best show in town without paying VIP prices.

So, if you're in the market for a projector that delivers top-notch visuals, hassle-free setup, killer sound, and looks that could make your TV jealous, the Hisense PX2-Pro is your ticket to home entertainment nirvana. Trust me; your movie nights will never be the same again!
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PX2 Pro paired with Spectra Projection ALR screen impressions.
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Maybe it’s the type of paint my landlord used but I’m impressed by how detailed this projector is when displayed on a plain white wall. I never knew how much more fidelity Gran Turismo 7 has on the PlayStation 5 when playing on this large of a scale considering I was playing this entire time on my 65" LG OLED B6. In comparison to other TVs, motion handling is fantastic with no discernible loss of detail on people’s faces and skin even with the soap-opera effect turner on when watching movies. I was curious as to how improved it would be with a proper ALR UST screen, so I went with the 100” ALR UST screen from Spectra Projection. Now it looks like I’m watching on a giant regular tv with great black levels and shadow detail in addition to really good viewing angles (granted I have to close the curtains a little for optimal quality but it doesn’t bother me). Although setting up a projector and screen is a huge endeavor, the viewing experience afterwards is rewarding and worth it; therefore, I highly recommend investing in one if it’s within your budget. Joe Schodowski from was very patient, helpful and knowledgeable to help with the purchasing process. Shipping was very free and fast. Overall, I’m more than pleased.
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Worth For Home Movie Experience
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This is the first projector I've ever bought and I did a lot of research into it. This seemed to be the most bang for your buck so I went for it. My main focus was for movies and that cinema experience with a big screen. So far, it has not disappointed. I am using it in a spare bedroom with a standard white paint wall from my new construction house, I haven't painted the wall with any fancy colors meant for projectors, and it still shines amazingly when the room is dark. When I have the lights off this thing gives you that awe experience. When you have the light on, it is just washed away. If you have a light controlled room then you will have a lot of fun with this, if you have light in a room then consider getting an ALR screen. Setup was pretty straightforward but I did have to spend some time researching how to connect and get Dolby Atmos to my Denon receiver through the eARC connection. Not a big deal, I was able to setup easily after a few attempts but had to adjust some settings in the projector. I assume this fine tuning is the same for every projector when you pair with a receiver. Overall I am very happy with this and movie nights have been exhilarating. Of course, get a good audio system, the onboard speakers are fine if you just want to just hear whatever it is you are playing, but not meant for full movie surround sound experience.
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Everyone that comes over is amazed
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I bought this projector to replace my older Ultra Short Throw. It was easy to set up. And the Google TV OS is simple to operate. I do miss the TV tuner. But Google TV uses screening to provide all your local channels. It has a classic appearance that blends in with my other decor. Most people don't even notice it. All they see is the 120 inches of entertainment.
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Outstanding Picture and Loads of Features
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<p>Until now I have only used traditional long throw overhead projectors but I moved into a new house and have a new space, so I needed something I could put up against the wall. I spent a lot of time researching which unit to go with and I am glad that I chose this one. The picture is fantastic and there are so many new features I have to play around with, I'm still trying to figure out what they all mean. </p> <p>The build quality of this machine is very good and it feels very solid. The built-in speakers are better than expected, obviously if you're spending this kind of money on a projector you probably have some type of sound system, but the built-in speakers weren't half bad. </p> <p>I think the picture quality of this thing is wonderful. The level of detail I can see is amazing and I've very happy with it. I am using it in a basement that is light controlled and with my old overhead, white screen. I am still researching ALR screens to pair with this projector, but so far with just my old screen I am more than pleased with the picture quality. I have the unit about 18-20" from the wall and projecting onto a screen that is about 106" diagonal and everything looks good to me. I still have some tweaks to do, but out of the box it was really good.</p> <p>My initial setup was a little wonky, through no fault of the unit. I was interupted while setting up the Google Tv and had an issue where it got hung up on the "setting up your Tv" screen. Powering the machine off and on wouldn't do anything to fix it so I called Hisense for support. They were very responsive but couldn't figure out what the issue was. They finally updated the firmware for this model on their website and I was able to download it onto a USB drive and restart the unit. It has worked perfectly ever since. The process was simple and again, this fault wasn't the machine, it was more than likely mine. They have very detailed instructions how to do this on their support site and it was very helpful. All is fixed and woking like a charm. </p> <p>My experience with was also very, very good. The unit shipped quickly, safely, discretely packaged, and arrived on time. All around a fantastic experience. Thank you to everyone there. </p> <p>I'm no expert on these things, but I think overall this machine is a great value for the money. Its not super cheap or wildly expensive, it has a great picture, solid build quality, and tons of features. I'm more than happy with my purchase.</p>
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Best Picture I've ever seen! Don't hesitate to buy one.
Excellent projector, great value for money!
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I really love the size of this with my 120" Spectra screen. It's a bit washed out in the light (but still almost as good as a normal TV, fantastic in the dark. Comparable to a 1st gen QLED in the dark. Definitely not an OLED. Getting it positioned took an hour. Auto position also didn't want to work for me so I used manual. Once I went manual it only took a few minutes. That's my only negative, and that's a given for any UST. After trying many differently sized objects, the box it came in worked as a stand. Now I know the dimensions of furniture to buy.
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Great Product
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So I was very hesitant to buy this projector do to how new it is, but with it being so comparable to the l9g I figured it was worth a shot. So my set up is a 120" light grey screen in my basement no windows completely light controlled. Set up was super simple and adjusting different aspects of the projector were pretty easy all in all. Now for the actual image, I was very surprised with true 4k content it was completely crisp and clean no hesitation from the projector at all, the only draw back I found is the lumens. I really wish this thing would be just a little brighter being a laser projector but it is what it is I know having a grey screen probably helps with black levels but it also cost a little in brightness so if I could do one thing over again it would be to go with a white screen. We've only had it hooked up for a few days now and all in all I'm impressed, movies look great, actual cable is so so but that's not the projectors fault it's only spitting out what cheap signal it's getting in from the cheap networks who refuse to spend the money and make the necessary upgrades for 4k content. As for the speakers they do a pretty good job they're basically the same as a sound bar but if you're wiling to spend the money on the projector do yourself a favor and pull out some cash for some decent WiSA certified speakers then you can truly feel immersed in the picture. Currently I can't find a stand low enough to support my projector so I plan on building one myself, plus I can configure it for all the rest of my gadgets and tech. All in all I would recommend the projector but like I said the only drawback I have found is the lumens I wish it was just a little brighter. Enjoy!

The Perfect Balance of Price and Quality
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Received my PX1-PRO today. We decided to use our living room downstair as the movie room at night. We don’t watch TV or movies during the daytime, so light control is not an issue. I installed a regular 110 inches electric drop down screen, perfect size and great result at night. I had my friend’s LSP7T for couple weeks, easy to use, especially the preinstalled TV Apps. But I have to say, PX1-PRO has the best color, very natural and rich. I haven’t done any calibrations yet, only thing I noticed is the chromatic aberration, it doesn’t bother me, but you will notice it when you have white texts on the black background. I think Hisense is making a firmware update. One more feature I must point out, PX1 has one analog audio output port, you can connect with a powered subwoofer directly, and turn on the build-in speakers and subwoofer at same time. That all I need for right now for kids movie night. Next step, I may buy a set of WiSA certified wireless speakers.
Excellent projector - value for Money
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I decided to take the plunge into the world of top tier projectors, after previously owning only very cheap, low quality projectors. I am glad I did! The image quality is truly astounding, everyone is always impressed when they see it. So far is my only complaints about this projector are related to the frustrating bugs that I occasionally run into with Android TV. I don't believe this is Hisense's fault, but these occasional bugs have no workarounds besides clearing the cache which is really inconvenient. However, overall I am satisfied with my purchase. The only reason I could see myself wanting an upgrade in the future is if I decide that I want to play games on the projector regularly (the input latency is higher than I would prefer).
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Prior to my purchase I had researched several other UST projects but ultimately held out for the PX1-Pro and don't regret my decision at all. This projector provides excellent picture quality even when projected onto a plain wall. One thing to note is that there seems to be a literal night and day difference depending on how much natural light you let into the room. If you plan to place this in a room that lets in a lot of natural light it may be worth it to invest in a dedicated screen. I do wish it had slightly more lumens, but besides this I'm quite content with my purchase. Also loved that this included a coaxial input which allowed me to hook up my HD antenna. Overall a solid purchase and well worth the investment.
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The projector is fantastic. I boight it for my game room, but now find it hard to watch movies on my old projector.
review of Hisense PX1-Pro Ultra Short Throw Projector
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Super helpful staff, and most importantly, could easily talk to a real human being, and ask questions which helped make my decision. Fast, prompt, shipping, and my item arrived in beautiful shape. Super satisfied!
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Fantastic Image Quality
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The setup wasn't too difficult however I find the measurements for the PX1 to bottom of screen to be off for a 100" screen. It took me quite a while to get the screen and projector to marry where the picture was acceptable within the screen frame border. Still not perfect by about a half inch(black line across the bottom) but my measurements are spot on. Suggest you start your alignment (bottom of screen to bottom of PX1 on the low side and be happy to raise it if needed) I'm literal and built my console to almost exact measurements (within .25 inches) and I ended up having to cut my table legs another inch even though my bottom of screen to bottom of PX1 were within advertised specs. If they made the feet, on the PX1, either removable or with more adjustment throw, this could solve some issues. Just a thought. As far as the picture goes, it's more than adequate but not sure it is $3500 worth of awesome. To be fair, inexpensive 1.0 gain screen, gray in color(to increase contrast), but it isn't a $500 or north $$$ quality screen. Regardless I feel it should be a little sharper of an image and I'm not buying a $1000 ALR or CLR screen to find out if that's the issue. If someone wants to send me a top of the line screen to review I'd be happy to upend my setup and try it again at some point, but no way am I going to chance paying and experiencing more disappointment finding out it's not the screen. I'd go ballistic at that point. The focusing procedure for text is lacking and very hard to see(during the testing/focusing process), when you've dialed the words in complete focus. The range (blurry to not so blurry) changes are too slow and need to more definitive. Never do they become crisp to the point I'm left not wondering if I could do better. At some point I gave up and decided just to use the thing. My basement setup is pitch black so there is no ambient light causing any issues with picture. Any light bleed from outside sources and you won't be happy with the picture in my opinion. It's all either the PX1 or the screen that I'm not blown away with. This is my first laser projector so maybe I'm too critical? Reviews and advertisements for the product lead me to believe it's the best and latest tech, so I feel responsibility needs to be taken at Hisense level and whoever markets the product. Overall I'm not returning the product because I built out the basement specifically to add this laser projector and theater sitting area. Its average or above for the price... but not "nutso, I can't believe it awesome." For the record, I'm extremely critical to the point of borderline perfection insanity. Retired Navy Chief and 100% disabled vet who absolutely has to have the best result when making purchases of this magnitude or spending just a dollar. Stuff just has to be right. It has to be simple so any Joe can do it and it must be as advertised. I feel this missed the mark a bit considering the ticket price for admission at $3500. However, I'll put in a plug for the Nakamichi 9.2.4 right here on this review. For a soundbar scenario this thing is NUTS! That was money well spent. Sound out of the Hisense PX1 is ok and acceptable're not getting the most out of a theater type experience if you don't have dolby atmos surround going on from an external system. I chose the soundbar system scenario because of a tight space. It doesn't disappoint and feel it's worth the money spent. Well, there you go, hope everything was clear as mud. There will be no pictures of the inside of my home, so don't ask for them. One final note. customer service chat was very responsive and he tried to help until he couldn't. Sent me the tech information and I'm sure the tech department would have been just as friendly. So I have no issue with this company and would gladly buy from them again. Ultimately I got it to useable and decided not to stress myself out any longer. But don't think that half inch black line doesn't give me nightmares every time I turn it on. Thankfully, Top Gun is in Widescreen, with no other option, so I can't get away from black lines anyway. Thank you.
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Fantastic projector
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One word… OUTSTANDING. We purchased the Hisense PX1 Pro and have enjoyed it from the day we plugged it in. Setup for the Hisense was a piece of cake. We used the auto keystone feature and had a beautiful, bright picture within 15 minutes of opening the box. The screen that we are using is a DIY PVC fabric on a 1x1 frame. It is not the best screen, yet the Hisense projects a vivid picture like no other. It’s bright enough for us to run during the day with an open floor plan living room with 3 large windows. We do draw the curtains, but in no way is this a light controlled area of the house. For an out-of-the-box experience, the Hisense leads the way. The only setting I have had to go through is changing the reds as they were super saturated in some shots. I am sure that someone could point out setting issues, but for us watching movies, tv shows, and gaming this projector needs very few adjustments. And speaking of gaming… we are not hardcore gamers. Racing on the PS5 or Fortnite with friends on a 100” screen is CRAZY! We originally tried going with a different manufacturer, but the rainbow effect made my wife nauseous and unbearable to watch. The Hisense has very few scenes where this effect is noticeable and when it is noticed, it is more of a quick annoyance than anything else. For one of the best Ultra Short Throw Projectors on the market, look no further than the Hisense PX1 Pro. Bringing Movie Theater pictures to our living room! Our family now piles on the couch every night for some quality screen time and happy memories! Note: Pictures don’t do this projector justice.
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Hisense Px1-pro UST
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I am new to the ultra short throw projector realm and put in months of online research and Youtube reviews of the best short throw projectors on the market in 2022. I came back time and time again to the Hisense PX1-Pro Ultra Short Throw Projector. It was clearly the best option for a budget at or under $3,000 and even outperforms higher cost projectors. I was watching 4K movies with impressive Dolby Atmos sound in less than 15 minutes after unboxing. As someone who has spent the better part of a weekend setting up a ceiling-mounted projector, that was impressive. The projector needs about 16 inches set back from the wall for my 106 inch screen and alignment and focusing was a breeze. This projector really shines with 4K movies but does well with high speed HD sports as well. The speakers fill a large room nicely but I will likely upgrade to a soundbar in the months ahead to get the full theater experience. Very happy with this unit, highly recommend! Service and delivery from the team at was top notch.
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Theater at its Finest!
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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. 7.5/10.  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, the blacks on the PX1-Pro appeared as more of a dark gray. For comparison sake, the UHZ65’s best sequential contrast measurement was over 20,000:1 using its mid-laser DD without the laser shutting off and the JVC NX5’s native sequential contrast measurement at open aperture was 29,000:1 (activating the dynamic iris would improve on that number much more).

The reason I still gave the PX1-Pro a decent score, however, was because in addition to the benefit to black levels I presume it would receive from a dedicated .4 gain or .6 gain ALR screen, the PX1-Pro with me registered a relatively high ANSI contrast reading. Before I state the number, I would like you to take note that getting an accurate ANSI contrast measurement is very difficult; it’s very room and low light reflection dependent and a difference in room treatments can cause a variance in results. Anyway, the PX1-Pro, here, came in at 456:1. In “contrast,” the same day measurements of the NX5 was 244:1 and the UHZ65 340:1.

Artifacting. 8/10. I put up a cross hatch pattern onscreen and noticed some chromatic aberration. There was red bleed out of white and very slight blue jutting out but neither had any effect on actual content viewed. I also noticed speckle but could no longer make it out from 9 feet away.  

While I saw color separation artifacts (rainbow effect) on the L9, I did not see any on the PX1-Pro in normal viewing. Although neither of the UST units use a color wheel, both units use a single chip and the colors all must pulse/sequence through the one chip at different times. My theory as to why I could not see RBE on the Pro is not that the colors are cycling more rapidly on the Pro than on the 9 but more likely because the Pro is not as bright, so color separation from white is not as noticeable. Then again, perhaps it would be a good idea to ask the Hisense engineers if the cycle speed was increased on the PX1-Pro. Either way, the finding still stands.

Value. 10/10. Feature-packed with true RGB lasers, great sharpness, good lens, strong motion handling, the ability to project up to 130 diagonal inches aided by digital focus capability, this projector, at an MSRP of $3,999, is one of the best value propositions I’ve come across in a long time.


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So much better than my old Vividstorm
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After having nothing but problems with my Vividstorm screen (edge curl, horizontal lines, bad motor) and continually getting the runaround from Vividstorm support, I got fed up. Projectorscreen was very helpful in discussing the options with me and recommend the new Spectra rising screen saying that is is better constructed and that the company offers better support if it is ever needed. They were right! The screen is much flatter, doesn't have any of the lines running across the front and the lid actually closes flush with the case. The image is fantastic as well and I hope that all of my problems with rising screens are long in my past.
It's Definitely Awesome!
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The tension is very nice on this screen so you're not going to have any ripples or waves. It's very compact and very well built. There are no lines of the screen from where it rolls up. It even has a handle that makes it easy to move around.
You get an amazing quality image on this screen. I paired it with the Epson LS800 and it this motorized screen beats out the competition.
It does really well with ambient light rejecting and looks really good even with the lights on. And it's the best you can get with the lights off. The Spectra Phoenix floor rising screen is an awesome ambient light rejecting screen. It is well built and a great price. You're going to get years and years of use out of it.
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Hisense PX2-Pro + 100" UST Floor Rising Screen Bundle

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