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Hisense 4K Ultra Short Throw Laser Projectors + ALR Screen: L5G 100" EXPIRED

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GoDm23 asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:40 PM
05-16-2022 at 02:40 PM
Not quite as bright (not far off) not near as good as black levels, but a pretty amazing picture for 120”.

I own an OLED and last year’s Hisense 120”. Whenever I have guests over no one wants to watch the OLED.
05-16-2022 at 02:40 PM
A laser projector such as this is the equivalent of a mid-tier TV.
Obiwan_Stormblessed asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:34 PM
05-16-2022 at 02:34 PM
There is a good a good YT channel that compares a bunch of these. Chris Majestic. I believe both the 5 and 9 series do well for their particular class.

https://youtu.be/kNI4pBYGPj8
Vascodegama asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:41 PM
05-16-2022 at 02:41 PM
This projector comes with an alr screen. You would need to spend around $500 to buy a comparable screen for the Wemax. Both are really good deals. Hisense calibrates their projectors to their screen and thus achieves better colors and sharpness in my opinion. This projector just recently launched earlier this year at $4500. I have only been able to find reviews from last year's model. But the specs list this with brighter ansi lumens (2700 vs 2100 Wemax). On top of that this one has hdmi 2.1, eARC, Backlit remote. I would expect this to be better in ambient light and slightly better in a dark room.
KnowsItToBeTrue asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:35 PM

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This might be a stupid question,but does anyone know if this screen has to be mounted completely flush to the wall?

I have a fire alarm speaker in my wall where this would need to go that is probably 3-4 mm thick.
Not a stupid question, I would suggest looking up a "How to install" video since that might answer your question by giving you a visual.
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Which is better, the Optoma P2 or the L5G?
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I own this. I thought it would be great for my living room but that room was too bright. Honestly, the only room in my house that got dark enough for day time watching was my basement. Yes you can see it in a bright or even semi bright room, but people here are not being honest if they say that doesn't seriously sacrifice image quality. That being said, I love this for movies in the basement. However I also agree that these need to get better because the gap is truly narrowing with standard tv size to cost ratio.
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The L5G or the Optoma P2?
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Can anyone provide insight on what the difference between the two options are? L5 versus L9?
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Can anyone provide insight on what the difference between the two options are? L5 versus L9?
There is a good a good YT channel that compares a bunch of these. Chris Majestic. I believe both the 5 and 9 series do well for their particular class.

https://youtu.be/kNI4pBYGPj8
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Wow. These projectors are going to have to keep getting cheaper now that 75" TVs are $650 at Walmart and 86" are $1300 at Costco.
I would put 4 of these $750 together to make it 150" screen!
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What's the diff between L5 vs L9?
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I've seen this exact comment last year when I was looking for projectors.
Pretty sure it's the same guy in every projector post. He's somehow surprised/impressed that his guests are initially captivated by a 120" screen that most people never see in a home vs. a 77" tv that people see every time they walk in Best Buy. Would be weird if people didn't stop and look at a giant screen on someone's wall. Also doesn't seem to understand that has nothing to do with picture quality.
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I got the L5 series approx a year ago when on sale and I absolutely love it- once it's setup. It's a huge improvement vs hanging a projector 10ft. away.
Had to warranty it for a stuck pixel in the middle of the screen and they got it back to me within a week with free shipping labels. (Keep your box)
The positioning process to minimize the halo around the screen can be frustrating but worth the effort.
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When the Dolby vision firmware comes out this will be a better projector

There are better ones now however. Xiomi c2 and fengmi t1 come to mind. Much better black performance
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I guess every movie theater in the world is doing it wrong then.
I thought movie theater screens had holes in them, different type of screen that the sound can pass through.


https://www.soundandvision.com/co...ter-screen
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I thought movie theater screens had holes in them, different type of screen that the sound can pass through.


https://www.soundandvision.com/co...ter-screen
I hear AMC theaters are converting to laser projectors
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Pretty sure it's the same guy in every projector post. He's somehow surprised/impressed that his guests are initially captivated by a 120" screen that most people never see in a home vs. a 77" tv that people see every time they walk in Best Buy. Would be weird if people didn't stop and look at a giant screen on someone's wall. Also doesn't seem to understand that has nothing to do with picture quality.
It actually has everything to do with picture quality. No it isn't up to OLED standards, but the pure screen size difference far outweighs the PQ difference.
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I've seen this exact comment last year when I was looking for projectors.
It is because laser UST projectors are highly underrated and people on Slickdeals appreciate hands-on experience.
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