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Sony Introduces 2 New 4K Laser Home Theater Projectors

Sony Introduces 2 New 4K Laser Home Theater Projectors
Sony Introduces 2 New 4K Laser Home Theater Projectors

Sony introduces 2 new true 4K laser home theater projectors . The company proudly claims to use the smallest ( 0.61-inch ) advanced SXRD sensors in its class  , making  the VPL-XW7000ES 20% smaller and 30% lighter than its predecessor, the VPL-VW790ES. And for  the VPL-XW5000ES , these figures are even more impressive – 30% and 35%, respectively, which makes this novelty the world’s smallest of its kind.

Of the two models presented, the  VPL-XW7000ES is the more advanced, offering 3,200  lumens of light output. In practice, this means that its 3-meter projection has an impressive brightness of 308 nits . This projector is equipped with a premium  13-element Advanced Crisp Focus motorized aspherical lens.

The light output of the  VPL-XW5000ES is 2000  lumens. This model features a simpler 10-element aspherical lens with manual shift adjustment.

Both projectors use a range of  Sony -exclusive video technologies , many of which are found on the manufacturer’s TVs, including  Triluminos  Pro ,  Dynamic HDR Enhancer and  Object-based Super Resolution , and the video processor is the  acclaimed AI-powered  X1 Ultimate .

As a result, the new products provide “best-in-class high-quality images with vibrant colors and exceptionally deep immersion, even in the presence of ambient light,” the company says. At the same time, the coverage of the  DCI-P3 standard is 95% .

In addition, both models offer ultra-low input latency – at 13ms for 2K / 120Hz format , but instead of the more advanced HDMI 2.1 standard, they use  HDMI 2.0 .

The advertised price for the  VPL-XW7000ES is 14,999 Euros,  the VPL-XW5000ES is 5,999 Euros.

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