Sony 4K Home Theater ES Projector

Sony has transformed the movie industry with 4K innovation. Your home theater can experience picture resolution greater than four times that of 1080p. 4K lets you sit closer or view larger screens (the VW1000ES can support up to 180”), without seeing pixel structure or visual artifacts; it allows for the largest, most immersive viewing experience. Price: $24,998.00

With 4096 x 2160 resolution, and pixels one quarter the size of traditional 1080p projectors, 4K delivers images with breathtaking detail and fewer artifacts, even on the largest home theater screens. The VPL-VW1000ES supports SD, HD, QFHD and also 4K.

With a 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 2,000 ANSI lumen brightness, and wide color gamut, the VPL-VW1000ES pulls you into your favorite movies like no other. Also, it supports anamorphic 2:35 viewing, with or without the need for an external lens. If using the “Picture Position” zoomed method, there are 5 customizable presets to choose from.

Digitally driven panel eliminates crosstalk before it is projected for bright, crosstalk free viewing. Integrated 3D transmitter, 2 pairs of 3D glasses (TDG-PJ1) included. Optional wired transmitter available (TMR-PJ2) if the projector will be installed within an enclosure. 4k upscaled images, 3D and anamorphic call can all be displayed simultaneously.

The VPL-VW1000ES is designed to perform beautifully in almost any home theater or media room. Its throw distance (1.27 – 2.73 without picture position and 1.68 – 2.73 width), 80%V and 31%H shift, plus seamless integration with leading third party control and automation systems, all make the VPL-VW1000ES highly adaptable.

Sony VPL 4K Home Theater ES Projector

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