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    Product Weight
    25.4 pounds
    Light Source
    Laser
    Resolution
    4K (2160p)
    Color Brightness
    2800 lumens
    White Brightness
    2800 lumens
    Contrast Ratio
    1,500:1 (2,000,000:1 with Dynamic Black)
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Samsung - The Premiere 4K UHD Triple Laser Wireless Smart Ultra Short Throw Projector with High Dynamic Range - White

Model:SP-LSP9TFAXZA
SKU:6430646
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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 60 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Lots of research, very satisfied customer...so far

    I am writing about my brand new Samsung LSP9T projector. I was going to build a movie room in my basement...that is, until I started realizing the overall cost. To put together a pretty great room, all included, it was going to be in the neighborhood of $50,000-$60,000. I say that because if you are also looking in that direction, you can get a quality of the movie room for a fraction of the cost with this ultra short throw projector. now, I'm not saying it's inexpensive (try to get it when it's on sale...by the way, I bought mine at full price, about $6,500, but it went on sale the week after I bought it. IF this happens to you, call their 'price match' hotline or whatever, and they will honor the discount. I was willing to pay $6,500 for it, but wound up getting $1,500 back! Heckuva deal if you ask me! As for performance, several key points - 1) it can operate to the full 130'' screen. Moving from 55'' above a fireplace mantle to the side wall is incredible. 2) You will have to address daytime light in the room...ambient light does affect the contrast/ability to see the screen...but then again, that's why you don't have a window on the side wall of a movie theater room. It performs EXCELLENT at night if you have windows in the room like I do. I will be getting light cancelling curtains eventually. 3) Everywhere I read, they recommend a screen, and that might help with my 2nd point, but just on my regular painted white wall, it seems to work just fine. I will eventually paint the wall using matte gray paint, or screen paint gray, but for right now, i think it does just fine as it is. 4) I paid $200 for the total tech thing they offered, but the way I split up payment (about half on a best buy card, half on my own credit card), they said I can either pay no interest for 24 months on the card, or if I pay the entire amount off in 30 days from purchase, I'll get $200 store credit (so, basically pays for the total tech...and/or I can buy something else, like speakers. Because I heard horror stories of the LSP9T not working out of the box, I wanted to have a) the ability to return it without a restocking fee, b) getting the total tech got me 60 days, not 15 days to return it, so no restocking fee and 60 days to return (I kept the box just in case), c) full Geek support for the 1st year, so if the lamp goes somehow in the 1st year, they will replace the lamp, or entire thing in the 1st year, AND a 2nd year coverage of just parts...for as much as I paid, if it doesn't break down in those 60 days, it better not break down for the life of it (which is on average, 4 hrs per day for 17 yrs!!!. 5) Speaking of speakers, the actual sound bar on the LSP9T itself is very serviceable. It not going to give you surround sound results, but I found it pretty great. 6) operating system - I'm a Samsung guy, so my phone is Samsung. Most of my TV's are samsung...and i promise you, I get paid $0 to say that. the operating system is very easy to manage (2 of my tv's have a very similar system, so already knew how to operate it). I was able to download apple TV+ which was not loaded when I got it. All the apps work just fine. 7) The room I have this in is 9 or 10 ft high...I recommend buying a low-profile table, as the screen will take up most of your wall. If you have a low ceiling, but have a regular tv height stand, you're not going to be able to get the maximum size out of the projector. 8) even though the device has an auto-dimmer if you accidentally pop your head over the top of the lens, just be very careful...the 1st time I went to look at something in the back of the projector with it on, it did delay to turn off, so I almost caught 2,800 lumens right in my eyes...don't do that! You'll see the one picture my dog appears to be close to doing that. I assure you he was far enough away, and I don't let him get anywhere near it. I've only had the projector for about 2 weeks now. But, I must say it has impressed me every step of the way. I need the light cancelling curtains to see if there is an improvement to daytime tv watching, but night time tv watching is pretty incredible. I don't see it as an expensive $5,000 purchase...I see it as paying 1/10th the cost I might have paid if I went forward with building a home movie theater for $50,000! AND, I'm getting the same screen size. And I have $200 towards getting a surround sound system to add to the room...very satisfied...so far!

    Posted by Craig

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Exceeded expectations!!!

    Picture quality and viewing experience is amazing! The kids love playing video games on here and they haven't noticed any lag when gaming. Setup was easy, sleek design for a piece of equipment that always has to be out and visible. If the wife would let me and i had the wall space, I'd have one in every room! If i had to list a CON: I was worried about kids touching or bumping cabinet it sits on and affecting the projection on the wall as its very sensitive to that( I'm sure most projectors can be sensitive to movement, but this is my first). My kids 2,7, and 9 have been very cautious around it.

    Posted by Happy

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great projector, but pricey with add-ons.

    I've got this projector paired with a Vividstorm S Pro 120, along with Klipsch Reference Premier with a Denon receiver. Even with full daylight coming through a side window, you still get a pretty good picture, but at night (or a dark room) it really shines. I really enjoy how easy it is to use as a television (with Samsung TV), and how awesome it makes movie nights with good surround. The projector itself stays quiet, and isn't noticable while watching a movie. I haven't connected my Switch to it yet, but it won't break my enjoyment if it ends up being a little laggy. It's spendy, and if you want a crisp picture during all hours you can certainly save with a TV (and not having to purchase a separate screen), but you don't get the same experience as a giant 120" picture in your room. Plus, if your screen is retractable, you can put it in front of a window, block daylight, and retract your screen and still be able to see out of your window. The screen is a must though, and finding furniture to fit a 107" width screen if you don't plan on hanging it can be a bother.

    Posted by Boug

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