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Tech Showcase — The Latest Projectors

Today’s models offer options for those looking for the big-screen experience, projection on the go, and gaming.

When dedicated home theaters came back in fashion, so did these video projectors — but they can do so much more these days thanks to creative manufacturers. Dealers have plenty of options to choose from that will help them to re-create the big-screen experience at home, let clients take their content on the go, or provide an immersive gaming experience. Here are some of the latest additions to the projector market.

Sony VPL-XW6000ES Projector

Sony VPL-XW6000ES

The Sony VPL-XW6000ES offers a bold, crisp entertainment experience with 2500 lm of brightness, generated by a long-lasting laser light source, for vibrant images even on a large screen. Available in either black or white, this model also features all-new 0.61-inch SXRD panel for high brightness, inky blacks, vibrant colors, rich tones and textures, clear cinematic motion, and image smoothness. Utilizing Flagship-level X1 Ultimate for projector brings the best of Sony’s BRAVIA TV video processing for projection, resulting in high dynamic range imagery with texture, color, contrast, and realism.

The VPL-XW6000ES offers 3840 x 2160 4K resolution images with 8.3 million pixels. Within the new Native 4K SXRD panel, a reflective silicon layer provides better light control for precisely delivered shadows and blacks and improves light durability and reflectance. Due to the processing power of the X1 Ultimate for projector, the contrast in combination with the new laser output control on both models is further enhanced, making the HDR bright scenes brighter and the dark scenes darker.

Review: Sony VPL-XW5000ES 4K Laser Projector

Xgimi Mogo 2 Projector Series

Xgimi Mogo 2 Projector Series

Xgimi’s MoGo 2 Series consists of the MoGo 2 Pro and MoGo 2 projectors. The new MoGo 2 Series is aimed at busy urban professionals and young families, and offers significant improvements in screen brightness, screen clarity, and speaker performance, as well as the new Intelligent Screen Adaption 2.0 (in the MoGo 2 Pro), which allows for a complete hassle-free setup process for first-time projector users.

The MoGo 2 Series is equipped with XGIMI’s self-developed light engine, which uses advanced technologies, such as high-transmission coated lenses to reduce light loss in the projection light path, ultimately providing a brightness output of up to 400 ISO lumens. With a resolution of 1080p (MoGo 2 Pro) and 720p (MoGo 2), they create sharp images.

The color performance of the MoGo 2 Series has been greatly improved, with a color gamut coverage of up to 90 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut standard range. The D65 color temperature standard newly deployed in the MoGo 2 Series is widely used in Hollywood as a color temperature standard. This standard restores the color details that movies and original video content should have, allowing users to enjoy a more realistic visual experience.

Review: Xgimi Aura 4K Ultra-Short-Throw Laser Projector

Digital Projection EVision 4000 Projector

Reduced Pricing on Digital Projection EVision 4000 Projector

Devoted to driving more business for dealers, Digital Projection International has performed its biggest price drop on projectors in years. Focused on select projectors in its E-Vision line, the aggressive cost-cutting makes projection systems financially feasible for more clients, which in turn helps dealers sell more products and broaden their customer base. From its reliable workhorse E-Vision 4000 4K projector to E-Vision 9000 high-lumen models, DP is delivering to dealers and their customers exceptional imaging performance at a more than 30 percent reduction over 2022 pricing.

Leading off the price drop is DP’s mainstream projector, the E-Vision 4000. Originally carrying an $8425 MSRP, it now goes for $5299, a savings of more than $3100. Other projectors in the line to undergo a significant cost reduction include the E-Vision LASER 6500 II, 9000 WU, and 9100 WU. All these projectors are in stock and readily available at these historically low prices.

LG CineBeam Portable Projector

LG CineBeam Portable Projector

Weighing in at 2.2 pounds, the LG CineBeam Smart Portable Projector is made to deliver a transformative home theater experience with ease in any room. The PF510Q model is currently available for $599.

Strategically built with a lightweight and compact design, the PF510Q is easy to carry from room to room or on the go and blends seamlessly with any space. The Smart Portable Projector presents a wide range of display sizes from an intimate 30 inches up to an impressive 120 inches, providing the benefit of adjusting the screen size to best-fit for a variety of viewing preferences. Its full HD resolution allows users to watch movies or play video games in high quality, whether they’re studying in a small dorm room or enjoying a movie in their backyard. Additionally, the PF510Q’s Auto Vertical Keystone feature adjusts the vertical keystone alignment, eliminating tilts and distortion for crisp views.

LG’s PF510Q projector offers smart access compatibility with all the favorite streaming services and devices. Disney+, PrimeVideo, YouTube, AppleTV+, and more are available and easy to access on webOS 22. The PF510Q’s Apple Air Play and Apple Home compatibility features enable wireless control of the projector plus streaming capabilities from Apple devices. Separately, content can be wirelessly casted from Android devices to the mega-sized projector screen using integrated Screenshare.

Epson Home Cinema 2350 Projector

Epson Home Cinema 2350 4K PRO-UHD Smart Gaming Projector

Built for the community of gamers craving a bigger, more immersive gameplay experience, the Epson Home Cinema 2350 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip 3LCD Smart Gaming Projector is equipped with proprietary 4K PRO-UHD technology, HDR10, 1080p resolution with 120Hz refresh rate, and input lag times under 20 milliseconds. With 2800 lumens of color and white brightness, the Home Cinema 2350 offers stunning images and color accuracy in a variety of lighting conditions for late-night or all-day gaming sessions.

With a compact design that offers flexible lens shift capabilities for setup and portability, the Home Cinema 2350 makes it possible to take big-screen gaming and entertainment virtually anywhere. Adding on a convenient all-in-one sound solution, the Home Cinema 2350 features an integrated 10-watt bass-reflex speaker and allows for multiple audio options. The projector also includes built-in Android-TV to easily stream favorite Twitch and YouTube gaming channels, or switch to a movie night with access to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, and more.

Review: Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 Streaming Laser Projector

Hisense L9G Laser TV With Dolby Vision

Hisense L9G Laser TV With Dolby Vision

Hisense has added Dolby Vision to its flagship L9G Laser TVs. Owners of the L9G TriChroma Laser TV can receive the free Dolby Vision upgrade via an automatic firmware update. Hisense’s Laser TV is an end-to-end solution with projector and screen bundled together. Laser TV has a fixed throw distance, fixed screen size, and a high-quality ambient light rejecting surface that Hisense has engineered specifically for its own ultra-short throw laser console.



SPACE by CODA combines advanced AV technology with art to create a seamless audio-visual experience that is scalable and adaptable to any environment — and where the mechanics of what is a concert-grade audio experience are rendered completely invisible.

SPACE by CODA integrates high-end, immersive 3D audio, a 4K projector screen, ambient lighting, and advanced acoustical treatment with the art or projection of your choice into a united system solution to transform spaces with audio. The result is the SPACE Panel.

At just 70mm deep, SPACE Panels can offer sound quality and performance surpassing that of conventionally designed (cabinet) loudspeakers, according to the manufacturer. This driver-equipped canvas can transform spaces to feature invisible audio, enabling high-quality, full-range sound in previously limitative environments. The entire sonic spectrum is covered with power and quality; unique “instafit” magnetic waveguides native to the SPACE audio modules facilitate production of directable sound with capability for immersive audio — all from within the panel.

Sound diffusors and acoustic treatments may be interleaved between loudspeaker modules for better control over sound reverberation in the room. Optional sensor-controlled sub-bass modules can be deployed to deliver even lower frequencies to concert sound proportions. Matching CODA LINUS DSP amplifiers complete the package. The addition of the SPACE Hub processor opens up the possibility for true 3D immersive audio.