Hisense 100L9G 4K UST Triple-Laser Trichroma Projector & 100" Screen Package - L9G
Hisense 100L9G 4K UST Triple-Laser Trichroma Projector & 100
Samsung LSP9T Premiere 4K Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector
Samsung LSP9T Premiere 4K Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector

Optoma P2 vs VAVA Side by Side Comparison:


Samsung LSP9T

Hisense L9G

Our Verdict:




The Hisense l9g beats the Samsung LSP9T when it comes to brightness by 200 ANSI lumens

Throw Ratio



The Samsung UST sits much closer to the screen with an industry best throw ratio of 0.19:1. While this only translates to a few inches, in a more confined space every inch matters


.67" DLP


The LSP9T uses a larger .67"DLP chip giving you a sharper image, that said, the Hisense makes the most out of the smaller .47" chip

Light Source

RGB Laser

RGB Laser

Both projectors use true RGB Lasers


106% BT2020

107% BT2020

When it comes to color gamut, the Hisense just edges out the Samsung with covering an impressive 107% of the BT.2020 color space

Sequential Contrast



We measured the Samsung as having better contrast and it did show up in the content.

Input Lag

55 ms

30 ms

The Hisense had a lower lag time than the Samsung but 55ms was still respectable for more casual gamers


10.0 Watts × 4

40W Dolby Atmos®

Both laser TVs have solid sound systems but I have to give the edge to the Hisense




When it comes to price, the Hisense L9G beats the Samsung lsp9t, especially when you consider the Hisense laser TV comes bundled with either a 100 inch or 120 inch UST projector screen

Hisense 100L9G 4K UST Triple-Laser Trichroma Projector & 100

Samsung LSP9T

The Pros

  • 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

We’re super excited to bring you the most requested matchup in our 4K ultra short throw shootout series:The Samsung LSP9T Premiere UST versus the Hisense 100L9G Trichroma Laser TV

The Samsung Premiere triple laser is the reigning king of the UST projectors. The Hisense L9G is here to challenge Samsung for the title.

We’ll be playing the same delicious looking 4K content through both projectors in standard mode. This shootout will be taking place here in our well lit showroom up against the Grandview Dynamique 100 inch ambient light rejecting ultra short throw projector screen.

Keep in mind what you’re seeing in this video is a number of steps away from the in person experience.

This shootout video is going to be pitting the reigning champion, the Samsung Premiere LSP9T ultra short throw projector up against the new Hisesne L9G Trichroma Laser TV. Both of these are triple laser projectors with a high lumen output making them the perfect replacement for your puny flatscreen TV. These are two of the heaviest hitters in the laser TV space.

We’re super excited for this shootout and we know you are too!

We know which one we like best but we want to know what you think. So please leave your thoughts in the comment section below.  Also make sure to like this video and subscribe to our channel to get notifications for all of our great content. And If you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out to us at ProjectorScreen.com.

So with no further ado In this corner, your reigning Ultra Short Throw champion, weighing in at 2800 lumens we have the Samsung LSP9T Premiere! And in this corner, weighing in at 3000 lumens we have the challenger, the Hisense L9G Trichroma Laser TV!

So you guys ready to get this shootout started? I know I am! Let's do it!

Analyzing The Side By Side Comparison Video

Lets take a look at this video. I'll highlight individual scenes that showcase the pros and cons of each ultra short throw projector compared side by side. We'll give you our pick for the best UST projector between the Samsung LSP9T and the Hisense L9G below.

Peppers and onions being cut

Right off the bat you can see that the colors on the Hisense really pop off the screen. The Samsung on the other hand has a more cinematic celluloid look which is typically better for movie watching.

Meat sautéing in the pan

Both projectors are doing a fantastic job with this scene, you can see the details in the grain of the meat and each tiny speck of ground pepper.

Egg sliding across pan

At first glance it may seem like the Hisense is showing more detail in the pan but the white speckling you’re seeing is actually a loss of detail in the highlights getting blown out.

Boiling water

Both projectors are doing a great job with motion handling.

Hand cracking the lobster

Skin tones look great on both, though I am seeing a bit of a red push on the Samsung.

Lobster on asparagus

When it comes to colors in this scene the Hisense definitely has the edge. If you look at the shell of the lobster you can see more details, where the lobster on the Samsung looks a little flat.

Fillet mignon cooking

You can see the superiority of the black levels in the Samsung if you look at the middle of the screen where the two shots meet. The Samsung is also doing a better job handling the highlights at the top of the meat where on the Hisense they’re getting a bit blown out.

Fillet mignon on plate

The image is definitely brighter on the Hisense. You can see they put those extra 200 lumens to good use.

Green sauce being poured

When it comes to colors like in this scene I give the edge to the Hisense. The colors just seem to stand out more. You can especially see this in the flowers. The Hisense also appears to have the sharper image. The edges of the claw pop more giving it a more three dimensional feel.

Caviar on ice

Both do an outstanding job on this scene but I have to give the edge to the Samsung. The ice looks slightly crisper thanks to the larger .67 chip in the Samsung which gives it a sharper image. If you look at the place mat at the top of the screen you can see more fabric details in the Samsung while the details get lost in the highlights of the Hisense projector

Shrimps on spinning plate

Here you can see the superiority of the Samsung’s handling of highlights. You can clearly see the raised flower on the rim of the plate where you lose some of the details in on the Hisense.

Chocolate cake ball

You can see more texture on the Hisense than you can on the Samsung so I've got to give the edge to the L9G.

Powdered sugar covered berries

The Hisense is doing a slightly better job handling the similar, yet distinct colors of the berries in this. The colors blend together more on the Lsp9T.

Orange on the plate

You can see a bit more detail in the whipped cream on top with the Samsung thanks to the better dynamic tone mapping.

So Which Is Better The Samsung LSP9T Or The Hisense L9G?

This is one of the closest shootouts we’ve had. It’s very hard to pick a winner

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 the Samsung LSP9T and Hisense L9G 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!