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100" Hisense L5 Series 4K Android Smart HDR Projector Laser TV EXPIRED

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  • Screen Size: 100" or 120"
  • X-Fusion Laser Light Source
  • 2,700 ANSI Lumens
  • 60Hz Refresh Rate
  • 4K UHD HDR Picture Quality
  • HDR 10 Compatible
  • DLP Display Technology
  • Brightness: 2,700 ANSI Lumens
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (4K HD)
  • Color Processing: 10-bit
  • 802.11ac (2x2) Wi-Fi + Bluetooth
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Out

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GreyHamster175 asked this question on 07-12-2021 at 10:23 AM
07-12-2021 at 10:23 AM
The benefit of a short throw projector is that you place it right in front of the screen, like on a small TV stand. No running cables in your ceiling. And because the projector is in front, it is lot easier to connect to a sound system. And people cannot walk in between the projector and the screen 😊
07-12-2021 at 10:23 AM
That defeats the purpose of a short throw projector, also no you can't even if you wanted to
07-30-2021 at 03:40 PM
I can't find definitive information that specifically calls out if it has VESA compatible mounting solution or something else. However, the other two answers are simply incorrect. The "point" of a short throw is eliminate the distance needed from the screen for larger projection. If you have a small room and want a 120" projector mounted on the ceiling, then a short throw would be the way to do it.

That all said, I'm sure you could technically mount this on the ceiling with some kind of solution and then flip the image in the settings like virtually all projectors have the option for.
Felon asked this question on 07-12-2021 at 10:23 AM
07-12-2021 at 10:23 AM
I just installed this in my living room. It’s really good. And the screen came assembled, so that was a breeze.

One thing is that the picture gets reflected, and you can see it on the ceiling.

Edit: I have the 100 inch screen
07-12-2021 at 10:23 AM
I have the Vava version of this paired with an X-Y screens from Alibaba, and absolutely love it. The screen at 120" was hard to handle, but once mounted, picture is amazing. In my room, I basically get direct sunlight in the morning, and can still see perfectly. After the sun moves from direct, the picture looks amazing. It's not OLED or Plasma, but certainly great.
ts_riddle asked this question on 07-12-2021 at 10:22 AM
07-18-2021 at 11:52 AM
The manuals are available on the Hisense website for each of the projectors. I believe it's about 14" from the top of the unit to the bottom of the screen. Also, the back of the projector has to be about 8" off the wall. The unit itself is about 14" deep so you need a TV stand that's at 22" deep (or sitting off the wall)
Jacads asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 10:57 AM
08-02-2021 at 10:57 AM
About 8.5 inches for the 100" and 14" for the 120". That's to the "back" of the projector. The projector itself is another 14" ish inches deep. So the stand has to be 2'+ or has to sit off the wall.
Hop2it86 asked this question on 07-18-2021 at 01:30 PM
Hop2it86 asked this question on 07-18-2021 at 01:43 PM

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I would think twice about buying from Hisense. I purchased a Hisense Android TV from Costco less than 2 years ago. Hisense pushed a firmware last year that causes the Android TV to run slower than molasses. There was essentially no way to skip the firmware update. You are forced to install it. Now there's a 20-30 seconds lag with ever button press which makes the TV barely useable. No help from Hisense Customer service at ALL when I called. Made the rep take down all my info (phone/email) to escalate to higher techs. No word from them ever. No way to roll back to prior firmware.

I would take my money elsewhere. There are so many more reputable manufacturers that actually back their TVs.

Might need to see if Costco concierge will allow me to return it. 🤔
I bought the 120" version last time. Extremely impressed and will keep it. For comparisons I have an OLED in my bedroom and a nice QLED in my living room.

-Extremely bright. Almost eye-strain bright on the brightest setting. You don't get the insane small-window brightness of a Q9QLED (not something projectors do) but it is very impressive.

-A 120" ALR screen for a UST projector is over $1500. This is a very high quality screen.

-Anyone who says a pixel shifting 4K isn't 4K is bonkers. This is just as sharp as my LG OLED or QLED.

-Input lag is crazy low for a projector. Many competitors have double the input lag.

-Black levels are passable. You won't confuse them with an OLED by any means but better than I expected.

-Android TV is mediocre. Use an AppleTV.

-All 4 ports can do 60 HZ 4K

-Never tried the speaker

Overall this is a tremendous value. I was between this and a 77" OLED and don't regret this for a second. 120" picture this bright at 4K is so immersive.
If you were rich and needed a 100" TV you would probably buy the 100-inch Sony X90J (US only) for $20,000. For a 100" TV on a budget, projectors are the only way to go right now.

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That's called a projector.
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Can anyone comment on the quality of this?
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I believe this is a good price but these aren't true 4K.

"The 120L5F utilizes the Texas Instrument DLPTM Theater Technology to reproduce perceived 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) resolution. I use the term "perceived" because a 4K DLP chip does not actually have 8.3 million mirrors. Hence, the projector utilizes pixel (mirror) shifting to deliver the perceived sharpness of native 4K."
Per the projectorreviews site
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I believe this is a good price but these aren't true 4K.

"The 120L5F utilizes the Texas Instrument DLPTM Theater Technology to reproduce perceived 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) resolution. I use the term "perceived" because a 4K DLP chip does not actually have 8.3 million mirrors. Hence, the projector utilizes pixel (mirror) shifting to deliver the perceived sharpness of native 4K."
Per the projectorreviews site
Isn't this ok though since most true 4k projectors start at like 5k?
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Isn't this ok though since most true 4k projectors start at like 5k?
I think for most people that is true. People should be aware what they are getting and to not expect OLED picture quality. However if someone needs a really large screen this is a good option and it comes with the screen.
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Ah if only I was rich…….
If you were rich and needed a 100" TV you would probably buy the 100-inch Sony X90J (US only) for $20,000. For a 100" TV on a budget, projectors are the only way to go right now.
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I think for most people that is true. People should be aware they f what they are getting and to not expect OLED picture quality. However if someone needs a really large screen this is a good option and it comes with the screen.
I agree, it seems nothing can really compete with the contrast and dark scene performance of an oled.
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I agree, it seems nothing can really compete with the contrast and dark scene performance of an oled.
Isn't that what an OLED specialized in though?
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