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Hisense Announces The PX3-PRO Laser Cinema Projector

At $3,499, the Hisense PX3-PRO might be one of the best new UST projectors of 2024.

Hisense PX3-PRO UST Projector Lifestyle

Hisense has just announced its first ultra-short throw (UST) projector of 2024 is due out in Q3. The new PX3-PRO Laser Cinema Projector, which replaces the PX2-PRO, brings 25% greater brightness with an even deeper color space over its predecessor.

From David Gold, President of Hisense Americas and Hisense USA: “We’re all drawn to the magic of big-screen cinema and the immersive experience that pulls you into the story,… The PX3-PRO is our answer to this demand, bringing the essence of cinema into your home with unmatched realism, depth, and immersion. It delivers exceptional picture and sound, along with all the enhancements that make movies truly memorable.

Hisense PX3-PRO UST Projector Top

PX3-PRO Core Features

The PX3-PRO incorporates 4K UHD resolution (via Pixel Shifting) in combination with Hisense’s LPU (Light Processing Unit) and TriChroma triple-laser projection technology. Real-time Pro AI Algorithms are also used to enhance brightness, fine-tune contrast, and eliminate noise. 

Hisense Triple Laser Light Engine and BT.2020 Color Space Example

Reaching 110% of the BT.2020 (aka REC 2020) color space, and 3,000 ANSI lumens of brightness, the PX3-PRO delivers high-quality picture performance even in well-lit rooms (in combination with an ambient light-rejecting screen — separate purchase). 

The PX3-PRO projects images ranging from 80 to 150-inches. Its ultra-short throw design requires less space adding versatility for a variety of rooms and screen setups.

Tip: The Hisense PX3-PRO is designed for people that already have or plan to purchase their own screen. The Hisense L9H and L5H UST Projectors come with either a 100-inch or 120-inch screen. Hisense calls these models “Laser TVs” because they come with a screen. The PX3-PRO and L9H should perform very similar, but it’s unclear at this time which is better.

Audio Features

Hisense PX3-PRO UST Projector Audio

For audio, the PX3-PRO provides cinematic sound with built-in 50-watt front-firing Harman Kardon speakers with additional Dolby Atmos capability for an immersive listening experience from compatible content. This makes the on-screen action, dialogue, soundtrack, and special effects more impactful.

Additional Features

Hisense PX3-PRO UST Projector Angle

Additional home entertainment support includes the Google TV smart platform which provides access to favorite streaming services like Disney+, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime with support for IMAX Enhanced, HDR10+, and polarized 3D (Yes, you can watch any 3D Blu-rays you may have on via the PX3-PRO. 

Physical connections include three HDMI 2.1 inputs (one is eARC compatible) and one Digital Optical output. 

Tech Note: The HDMI-eARC and Digital Audio output can be used to connect the PX3-PRO to a compatible external audio system. 

With high refresh rates for gaming and sports and an immersive cinematic experience for movie buffs, the PX3-PRO fills any large-screen viewing need.

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Hisense PX3-PRO UST Projector Rear Connections

Price & Availability

The Hisense PX3-PRO will be available in by September 2024 for $3,499 at ProjectorScreen.

Tech Note: Hisense will be providing more feature/specification info for the PX3-PRO as it gets closer to the availability date.

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