Sony VPLVW350ES 4K Ultra HD (4096 x 2160) 3D SXRD projector

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Sony VPLVW350ES 4K Ultra HD (4096 x 2160) 3D SXRD projector

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Hi I seen this in my email and thought I would post so you guys could price one out soon.

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Full Specs



3D Capability

2D to 3D Conversion: Yes

3D Glasses Brightness Adjustment: 2 Modes, Standard and High

Digitally Driven Panel: Yes

Effect Adjustment(s): Yes

Format(s): Frame Packing/ Side by Side/ Over-Under/Simulated 3D/ESPN 3D format/ 720p / 60 SBS

Signal: (HDMI inputs only) 1080:24p/60p/50p/60i/50i ; 720:60p/50p

Simulated 3D: Yes

Transmitter: Built-in RF

Convenience Features

Image Flip: HV, H, V, Off

IR Receiver: Front & Rear, Front, Rear

Multiple Language Display: 15 languages (including English, French, Spanish, German and Chinese)

Power Save Mode: Yes

Remote Control: Yes (RM-PJ28)

Test Pattern: Yes



Display

Native Resolution: 4K - 4096 x 2160

Screen Size: 60"-150" recommended

Aspect Ratio: 17:9

Display Resolution: 4096 × 2160 (Full 4K)

Display Technology: SXRD™ Technology



General

Integration Partner: Yes (Control4 SDDP, AMX Device Discovery, Crestron

Connected, Savant Partner in Excellence, RTI & URC)

Lens: 14 element with aspheric front element

Projection Picture Size: 60" to 150" measured diagonally

Acceptable Computer Signals: fH: 19 to 72 kHz, fV: 48 to 92 Hz, fV: 60 Hz

Information Menu: Horizontal and Vertical frequency display

Input A: D-sub 15 Pin, Analog RGB/Component

Lens Control: Motorized focus, shift and zoom

Standby Mode: Yes

Inputs and Outputs

12V Trigger Output(s): Mini Jack - Power On: DC 12V, output impedance: 4.7 kilohms Power Off: 0V (Two, selectable power / anamorphic zoom.)

HDMI™ Connection(s) (Total): 2 (Side) Digital RGB/Y/Cb(Pb)Cr(Pr) IR Input(s): 1 (Side)

Remote Network Connection(s): 1 (Side) RS-232C: D-sub 9-pin (female)

RS-232C Input(s): Yes

RS232 Control: Yes



Supplied Accessories

Remote Control (RM-PJ28)

Instruction Manual

AC Cord

AA batteries x2

Lens Cap



Optional Accessories

Ultra High Pressure Replacement Lamp (LMP-H230)

Service and Warranty Information

Limited Warranty Term: Product Warranty - Limited 3 Years Parts and Labor except the lamp. Lamp Warranty - 90 Days from date of purchase.

TV System

Color System: Auto, NTSC, PAL, SECAM



Video

Brightness: 1500 Lumens

Dynamic Contrast Ratio: N/A

Picture Modes: 9 modes

Video Calibration Settings: 10 Gamma Modes, HSV adjust by color, Custom Color Space

3D Anamorphic: Yes, external lens

4K resolution upscaling: Yes - 3840 x 2160 (QFHD) Acceptable Video Signals: Composite video, Y/C video, 15 kHz (RGB/Component) 50/60Hz; Progressive component 50/60 Hz; DTV (480/60i, 480/60p, 575/50i, 575/50p, 720/50p, 720/60p, 1080P24sF(48i),1080/50i, 1080/50p, 1080/60i), HDMI inputs only: 1080/60p, 1080/24p

Deep Color: Yes

Film Mode: Yes

Lens Shift Function: Yes +85%/-80%(v), 31%(h)

Motionflow™ Technology: Yes (120 Hz with Dark Frame Insertion)

Pixel Alignment: Yes, 1/10" Pixel increments, 153 zones

Title Area Control: Yes

Vertical Position: Yes

Video Processing: Optional

Wide Mode: Yes

x.v.Color™ Technology: Yes

Color Space: Supports sRGB (Rec 709)



Weights and Measurements

Dimensions (Approx.): 19 1/2 in x 18 1/4 x 7 31/32 in (49.6 x 46.4 x 20.2 cm)
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Re: Sony VPLVW350ES 4K Ultra HD (4096 x 2160) 3D SXRD projec

Post by cybereality »

Specs look nice. Thanks.

I was looking for a 4K 3D projector the other night and wasn't finding anything.

I take it that it's not short-throw? I need a short-throw for my living room (currently get 115" w/ less than 6 feet).

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Re: Sony VPLVW350ES 4K Ultra HD (4096 x 2160) 3D SXRD projec

Post by Dom »

I'm not sure what this projector is doing with the throw. I looked on amazon and it says special features "short throw", I think it only has lens shift and zoom.

Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name
Sony

Item Weight
36.8 pounds

Product Dimensions
25.1 x 22.9 x 12.6 inches

Origin
Imported (Japan)

Item model number
VPLVW350ES

Batteries
2 AA batteries required. (included)

Color Name
Black

Special Features
short_throw

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-VPLVW350ES-T ... +projector

sonys website : http://www.sony.com/electronics/project ... dp_default
manuals : https://esupport.sony.com/US/p/model-ho ... manualsTab


check the Operating Intructions manual on page 60

http://www.sony.com/electronics/project ... ifications
Motorized zoom lens and wide lens shift

Installing this projector in your room is easy with a 2.06 motorized zoom with a wide lens shift range. Adjust the position of the projector up to 85% vertically and 31% horizontally to get just the right angle for your movies.
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