Sony VPL-VW600ES Projector – Review Just Posted Posted on March 5, 2014 By Art Feierman Greetings, this is just a quick note that the first pass of our projector review of the Sony VPL-VW600ES home theater projector has been posted. That means there’s still a bit more to come, but the core review is there. Missing still is the VPL-VW600ES calibration information, and some comparisons to the serious projector competition, among other things. 4K content is visually stunning, click for the larger image The VPL-VW600ES produces an awesome picture. 4K makes such a difference, including a big one with 1080p content, but when you get to watch true 4K content then you are getting a jump in resolution that’s almost as great as going from pre-hdtv NTSC tv to 1080. True 4K or Ultra-HD is something that is more appreciated by us projector folk than folks with those tiny 65 inch LCD TVs. We need it more. Sadly, only Sony is offering up 4K so far, but I predict that will change dramatically over the next two years. The Sony VPL-VW600ES projector claims 1700 lumens, and delivers on that claim. The projector offers 3D and also 2D to 3D conversion, but more importantly is the color accuracy and great black levels all delivering dazzling 4K.