Sony VPL-VW600ES Projector Video Overview
A short 6-minute video overview of the Sony VPL-VW600ES home theater projector.
Check out the full review here.
Sony VPL-VW600ES Projector
When the Sony VPL-VW600ES was the object of a full-length review, it received our Hot Product Award. The full written review goes into all the details, as does the longer, full-length 15-minute video summary available here to our paid subscribers.
Sony VPL-VW600ES Highlights
- True 4K resolution: 3840 x 2160
- Reality Creation for Detail Enhancement of all resolutions
- Exceptionally Bright for a Home Theater Projector (1700 lumens claimed)
- Impressive color even before calibration, auto calibrate feature
- Lens Memory for working with both 16:9 or “wide screens” (ie. 2.35:1)
- All lens features are motorized
- Excellent placement flexibility (1.6:1 zoom and lots of lens shift)
- Dynamic iris has manual and limited options
- Panel alignment for aligning the 3 LCoS (SXRD) panels
- 3D and 2D to 3D conversion
- CFI – creative frame interpolation for “smooth motion”
- Anamorphic lens support
- Basic networking, support for Crestron, Control4, AMX and more
- Includes Media Player and Sony tablet
- 12 Volt triggers
- Least expensive true 4K projector on the market (2/2014)
- 3 year warranty
Basic Specs for the Sony VPL-VW600ES
- Price: $14,999
- Technology: LCOS 3 Panel
- Native Resolution: 4096×2160
- Brightness (Manufacturer Claim): 1700
- Contrast: 200,000:1
- Zoom Lens Ratio: 2.06:1
- Lens Shift: Yes
- Lamp Life: Sony does not specify. Likely at least 2000 hours at full power, 3000 in Eco-mode, generally conservative numbers
- Weight: 30.9 lbs.
- Warranty: Three years
From the Editor: This video was created as an overview of the original, full, in-depth written projector review of the Sony VPL-VW600ES. It was directed and scripted by Lisa Feierman, and features Art Feierman, editor of ProjectorReviews.com
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