Hisense has a new projector that has landed on certain shelves. It is the L9G TriChroma ultra short throw 4K laser projector, and it looks to be competing with some of the best out there. An impressive feature list seems to be giving it a lot of weight, which might be putting a little pressure on companies like LG right about now.
The new projector features 3000 lumens (brightness) and a powerful RGB laser engine that is capable of reaching 107% of the BT.2020 color space. It also comes with its own ALR (ambient light rejecting) screen to properly pair it to a good surface right out of the box.
It features 40 watts of Dolby Atmos sound built-in, or you can send digital audio back to a receiver using an HDMI connection with eARC (or process the sound with your receiver before passing the video back to the projector). Android TV is built-in as well, allowing you to access all of your favorite apps directly from the projector, as well as make use of Google Assistant to quickly find content. It even supports smart home integration with Google, Alexa, and even Control4.
The HDMI ports offer up to 4K@120 depending on the HDMI port in use. Two ports offer this, while a third supports up to 4K@60. There are also two USB ports, analog and optical audio out, a serial connection, a coax TV tuner connection, and an Ethernet port. In addition, it offers built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support.
Hisense’s new L9G TriChroma projectors are available in either 100-inch ($5,499 MSRP) or 120-inch ($5,999 MSRP) kits, offering you a few options to help get the most out of your wall space. The 100-inch is available right now from select retailers, and the 120-inch will begin shipping in a few weeks. Both come with their respective screens.
|100-inch model is available from the following retailers:|
| Average Price*|
$5,599 – $5.999
*Average price is based on the time this article was published