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|Package Weight||38.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||24.5 x 21.5 x 12.0"|
|Lens Shift||Vertical: -80 to 85%Horizontal: + 31%|
|Optical Zoom||Powered: 2.1x|
|Throw Ratio||1.38 - 2.83:1|
|Projection Size||60 - 300" / 152.40 - 762.00 cm|
|Inputs/Outputs||2 x HDMI (HDMI Type-A) Audio, Video Input1 x Ethernet (RJ45) LAN1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini Control Input1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini Control Output1 x USB 2.0 (USB Type-A) Service Input|
|Memory Card Slot||None|
|Display System||3-Chip 0.74" SXRD LCoS|
|DLP Link 3D||Yes|
|Aspect Ratio||Native: 17:9|
|Max Brightness||1500 Lumens|
|Native Chip Resolution||4096 x 2160 (DCI 4K)|
|Light Source||Lamp (1 x UHP)|
|Power Consumption||Full Brightness: 390 WStandby Mode (Lamp Off): <1 W|
|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Operating Temperature||41 to 95°F / 5 to 35°C|
|Storage Temperature||-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C|
|Operating Humidity||35 - 85%|
|Storage Humidity||10 - 90%|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||19.5 x 8.3 x 18.3" / 496.0 x 212.0 x 464.0 mm Excluding protrusions|
|Weight||31.00 lb / 14.06 kg Approximately|
|Fan Noise||Medium Brightness: 26 dB|
|Expected Lamp Life||Medium Brightness: 6000 Hours|
|Lamp Power||225 W|
Yes, that’s what this Sony is all about – a big, especially beautiful picture. Even calibrated the VW295ES can easily fill a 150” diagonal screen in a properly dark room, whether watching sports, other HDTV, or 1080p movies. We’re talking 1200+ calibrated lumens.
Native 4K 3 panel design, 1500 lumens claimed, Almost 1400 calibrated lumens for 4K HDR P3, Over 1200 calibrated lumens for best 1080 mode, Excellent color overall, Very naturally sharp – especially on 4K content, Does not look over processed, like some, Very respectable black levels (despite no...
Blacks could be deeper, Sony saves their dynamic iris for their more expensive 4K PJs, Lacks a wireless networking option, Like almost all home projectors – its just not smart, like a smart TV, Blacklight on remote could be a touch brighter, No lens memory (but the work around is easy), A couple...
Sony’s VPL-VW295ES isn’t significantly different than last year’s VPL-VW285ES, but it’s still a tempting entry in the limited world of affordable true 4K home projectors.
Excellent resolution, Good HDR brightness, Quiet
Middling black level, Limited BT.2020 and P3 color coverage, No 10-point white balance adjustment
Amazing projector! I upgraded from an Optoma UHD60. The visual improvements from one to the other are night and day. Picture clarity is amazing. Also glad to finally have support for 4K 60fps from the Apple TV.
Stunning Picture, 4K 60fps, 3D
I first tried the Optoma UHZ65, and the rainbow effect (RBE) was really bad. The brightness and colors were awesome, but I couldn't get over the RBE. At that time (this week) this new model of the base model Sony 4K projector came out.
A replacement for a 12 year old projector, this new Sony is a quantum leap from the older unit it replaced. I’m projecting an approximate 110” picture with almost as much detail and clairity as my other TVs. Pricy, but well worth it for my home theater.
I was blown away by the 4K picture quality, brightness, vibrant colors and UHD Blurays are pure eye candy on the Sony VPL-VW295ES. This is a HUGE upgrade from my Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8700UB 1080p that I purchased in 2010. I am extremly happy with this purchase!
Big screen dream come true at 4K
This thing is loud. Almost sounds like an old school theater projector with a film reel. Might be a bad unit, trying to return, haven’t been able to get an answer back from the dealer. Picture looks amazing but I’m not going to be watching a quiet movie and hear this thin the entire time.
Tried a cheaper Optoma that is 4K and supposedly HDR. But comparing its picture to this Sony is like comparing LED to OLED on a TV. There is no comparison. Sony uses a different technology for generating video, and the blacks are truly black. HDR is the real deal here, unlike the Optoma.
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