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

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

4.69 stars, based on 13 reviews
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...

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 projectorscreen.com. 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.

Beyond my expectations and a great replacement for a traditional TV!!

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I have been up in the air about switching to a projector for quite a few years, but I finally took the dive into the segment and am very glad that I did. After a lot of research the Hisense PX1 Pro ticked all the boxes. I was looking for a home theater in my basement with an emphasis on gaming. The low input lag and color accuracy made the PX1 Pro a great choice. I also preferred the lower brightness of the PX1 Pro since I would be in a light controlled basement. I was under the assumption that an ALR screen was not necessary in a light controlled environment, but I have to say that I really do recommend it in any setting. It really makes the projector as versatile as a TV. Overall I can not recommend this projector more and I also highly recommend projectorscreen.com for their service and fast shipping.

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Fantastic Picture, Fiddly Positioning

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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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First time UST buyer very satisfied, even on a textured wall!

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We had a 60" LED TV that developed a discolored area that was getting hard to ignore. We looked at larger panel screens but the logistics of getting them home kept us from going ahead. I discovered UST projectors in late 2021 and measured to see what screen we could accommodate. ~90" seemed the best size for our space and furniture. After studying online reviews, Hisense proved to be the best value. The 100L9G was too big but the 100 day return promotion almost got me. When the PX1-Pro came out it was the answer! I exchanged many emails with Brian who was very responsive and helpful and I see why people speak so highly of him. The 90" screen I wanted was on backorder due to the shipping nightmare in California so I waited until the end of January before I purchased the projector alone. I'm hoping to get a screen from projectorscreen in the coming weeks.



Meanwhile, the picture is very viewable on our lightly textured off white wall. The projector has enough brightness for daytime viewing with ~500 lux of outside light coming in from one side at the seating position. The attached daytime image is 381 lux. Current daytime picture settings are brightness/contrast: 75%, color 57% and red saturation: -80%. The nighttime image is using default filmmaker mode.



Sound from built in speakers is adequate, not great for music, and can be adjusted a little with the equalizer settings. I bought a Platin Monaco system for the (front, so far) atmos option down the road and am happy with the sound. I’m trying to incorporate the legacy 5.1 system but that might not work out due to lag issues. Luckily the Platin system is upgradable if needed. I'm glad I took the plunge into the UST world and look forward to completing the entire system.
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Good but not blown away

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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 but....you'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. projectorscreen.com 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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