XGIMI Horizon Pro 4K Projector 1500 ISO Lumens, Android TV 10 Movie Projector with Integrated Harman Kardon Speaker, Auto Keystone& Focus,ISA Technology,Wireless Casting WiFi Bluetooth Home Theater

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XGIMI Horizon Pro 4K Projector 1500 ISO Lumens, Android TV 10 Movie Projector with Integrated Harman Kardon Speaker, Auto Keystone& Focus,ISA Technology,Wireless Casting WiFi Bluetooth Home Theater

XGIMI Horizon Pro 4K Projector 1500 ISO Lumens, Android TV 10 Movie Projector with Integrated Harman Kardon Speaker, Auto Keystone& Focus,ISA Technology,Wireless Casting WiFi Bluetooth Home Theater

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Where the Horizon Pro shined in all 4K content is in the detail. The skin textures in Frodo and the hobbits, each hair of Gandalf's beard, the dirt that seems to follow Aragorn throughout his adventures, it was all there. I never once had to change the auto focus result to make the detail look any better (although I did try to manually adjust it and only succeeded in making it look the same). Brightness. The brightest light mode on the XGIMI Horizon Pro is Performance, which I measured at 1,521 ANSI lumens in Movie image mode. It adds a distinctive green tint to the image. The Bright brightness setting is 78.8% that of Performance at 1,199 ANSI lumens. Standard, Eye Protection, and Custom all measured basically the same—around 74.5% of the brightness of Performance, or 1,133 ANSI lumens. Color and white brightness were virtually equal with color brightness only off by 1.45%. Concerning audio, the Horizon Pro is equipped with stereo 45 mm drivers (by Harman Kardon) which, in my opinion, sound pretty good. Compared to the built-in speakers of most TVs, the Horizon Pro's sound much fuller, and they're able to get pretty loud—enough to get a small party going. I'd say that they're a step up over a good pair of portable Bluetooth speakers, but still falling behind some entry-level bookshelves. To sound their best, I recommend disabling the "DTS Studio Sound" audio processing and keeping the default "Movie" sound preset.

Refer to the theoretical data from XGIMI laboratories: the power saving mode is calculated based on the average power consumption of HORIZON Pro 180W) and the power of a 98-inch TV 550W), viewed 8 hours every day in one year. The XGIMI HORIZON projector boasts impressive brightness levels that make it a powerhouse for indoor use. It delivers vibrant, clear images that truly bring my favorite movies and shows to life. While it may struggle a bit in direct sunlight, it's an absolute star in well-lit indoor environments.

You also get access to the regular Google Play Store, rather than a third-party version, and it’s possible to set up the whole projector via your phone. Start to finish, it takes a few minutes to get logged in to your account and set the projector running. Measuring 208 x 218 x 136mm, the XGIMI Horizon is quite small by home cinema projector standards – but it’s larger than the portable projectors in XGIMI’s lineup, such as the XGIMI Halo. It weighs 2.9kg, which makes it small enough that you can transport it in a car or move it around your home, but a little large for general travelling. Input Lag. With a 1080p/60 Hz Leo Bodnar lag tester, the input lag in Game image mode on the Horizon Pro measured 34.6ms. This is a bit high for any sort of competitive gaming (things like Overwatch), but is fine for solo games like Spider-Man: Miles Morales. In all other image modes the input lag measured 118.1ms at 1080p/60Hz, which is far too high for gaming of any sort. A key feature with the Horizon Pro model, is the move up to 4K UHD resolution. Ultra HD 4K resolution gives you four times more detail than Full HD with over 8 million pixels. It delivers a sharper, more life-like picture with richer and more natural colour. It also lets you sit closer to the screen – making it ideal for smaller rooms, too.

Compatible with HDR10 and HLG formats, the Horizon Pro is the ideal projector for getting the best out of your movies, games and TV broadcasts. HDR10 and HLG deliver greater brightness and contrast, for a truly life-like picture. These technologies work seamlessly to deliver a more natural picture on the big screen. Brightness (light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. White light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118. The nominal value represents the average value of mass production and is tested under ideal laboratory conditions in the performance mode/high power mode. Love this review. I am a pretty firm believer that XGimi is leading the way with their LED projectors and others are playing a bit of catch up. They are using LED modules that are delivering what was unheard of in terms of brightness just a few years ago. Even if it can't reach 2,200 lumens, a decently calibrated 1,100 lumens is plenty for a 120" or larger screen in a dark room. Maybe even a 150"+ screen after dark if you are okay with normal movie theater brightness.There are four manual controls along the top of the projector: on/off, play/pause, volume up, and volume down. This is an Android TV projector, so the initial set up requires a Google account, with out one you can't use the pj. XGIMI's innovative Horizon Pro – a compact, easily portable 4K HDR model with Android TV smart talents – offers a plug-and-play user experience and the ability to be installed almost anywhere.” ’EISA’ – Best Buy Projector. It powers on and boots into Android TV in about 45 seconds, or less than five seconds from standby. With some of the features of a portable projector, combined with the size and light performance of a home cinema projector, the XGIMI Horizon is a fun projector that you can move around the house or take with you easily enough.



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