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post #451 of 627 Old 08-16-2018, 12:31 PM
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how uniform is black on hw45 ? the lightleak on the corners, how much there is and does anyone that has seen many projectors know is the lightleak in corners about the same in every projector or does the amount and what corner leaked change throughout the product line ?
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how uniform is black on hw45 ? the lightleak on the corners, how much there is and does anyone that has seen many projectors know is the lightleak in corners about the same in every projector or does the amount and what corner leaked change throughout the product line ?

Uniformity varies unit to unit. I definitely have more gray towards the upper left, but I only noticed it prior to calibrating the contrast and brightness. Some people have complained it's "bad". YMMV.

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Uniformity varies unit to unit. I definitely have more gray towards the upper left, but I only noticed it prior to calibrating the contrast and brightness. Some people have complained it's "bad". YMMV.
the hw65 same quality deviations ?
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the hw65 same quality deviations ?

It's exactly the same hardware with the exception that the Hw65 has a dynamic iris and an rj45 Ethernet port for connecting to a computer for calibration.

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I apologize if this has been asked and answered before, I did some searches and did not find my answer.

If I have made adjustments to several of the presets (Cinema Film 1, TV, Game, etc) and decide I want to take "Game" back to the factory reset, will that take all the presets (Cinema Film 1, etc) back to factory settings? Basically will I loose all the adjustments made to multiple presets?

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I apologize if this has been asked and answered before, I did some searches and did not find my answer.

If I have made adjustments to several of the presets (Cinema Film 1, TV, Game, etc) and decide I want to take "Game" back to the factory reset, will that take all the presets (Cinema Film 1, etc) back to factory settings? Basically will I loose all the adjustments made to multiple presets?

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Thank you all for inputs @gene4ht , @ereed , @Dave in Green

I just received today 45es and I'm just simply sold. What a PJ and I just relize there is no more reason chase for bigger TV. Will keep 65" will just update to HDR model and I will definitelly keep PJ. It is excellent how nice and easy you can watch movies. PQ is great on 45es. Color space is only BT709 even with 4k disk , I know it is not many PJ can do BT2020 but Gene4ht is your Epson to able do it?

I know my non HDR TV for some reason can do BT2020 and many people call that to be lucky

Now when I start swimming in to PJ world I'm wondering why I waited soo long !!!!
is that the out of the box picture or did you calibrate it?
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I am a proud new owner of a VPLHW45ES. I have 11 hours on it and it is still out-of-the-box settings. It's simply amazing. The first movie I watched was "gone in 60 seconds" because it was later at night and I am saving the good stuff for when I can have it at appropriate levels without having a mad wife. This is the only photo I thought to take but the picture quality is as good as any tv set I currently own except it's at 120" diagonal. I love it! That is all
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Please Help: Sony VLP-HW45ES Projector Light issues

Hi Guys,

I am not sure how to explain this issue that has become a huge nuisance to me for the past couple of days.

I have a Sony VPLHW45ES projector which is mounted on a ceiling 10ft away from the 120 inch screen. I had this projector for about 6 months and had no issues so far with 600 hrs on it.

2 days ago I noticed that my the picture is a brighter and bluer than usual, I tried to fiddle with the settings but to no avail. I then resetted all my projector settings and ran a calibration test which sort of made the colors a bit better but the brightness issue was still there. Yesterday what i realized was that though the screen is set at 120inch and the picture is also being projected at 120 inch there is lots of light NOT PICTURE that is spilling outside the of the screen all the way to the corner of the wall. Its not just horizontally but vertically as well where the light is hitting the ceiling as well as the carpet.

The light is so ambient that my camera wont be able to capture it. But I can see strong shadow if myself when i stand infront of the wall just like how one can see their shadow when the stand infront of the screen.

I hope you guys understand what the issue is and can help me through it.
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… I have a Sony VPLHW45ES projector which is mounted on a ceiling 10ft away from the 120 inch screen. ...
From 10' the biggest image an HW45ES can throw is 100". I can verify this as the front of my HW45ES lens is exactly 10' from a 100" screen and I can't zoom the lens any further to make the image bigger than 100". So your actual throw to your 120" screen must be at least 12'.

The issue you describe sounds like some kind of failure somewhere in the light path. If something like that happened to my HW45ES I'd file a warranty claim with Sony.
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From 10' the biggest image an HW45ES can throw is 100". I can verify this as the front of my HW45ES lens is exactly 10' from a 100" screen and I can't zoom the lens any further to make the image bigger than 100". So your actual throw to your 120" screen must be at least 12'.

The issue you describe sounds like some kind of failure somewhere in the light path. If something like that happened to my HW45ES I'd file a warranty claim with Sony.
Dave you are right. its not necessarily 10feet its probably more. I have been researching the issue and I think it is called light spilling. It is really annoying the hack out of me. Because A. the picture is pale and this looks like 300 dollar projector now, and B the light is all over the place and shadowing my center speaker and towers.
On call with Sony reps which are quite unhelpful so lets see.

Thanks Dave.
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I don't recall anyone reporting massive light spill like that with an HW45ES so it seems to be a pretty unusual issue that would surely fall within the factory warranty.
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3rd party lamp / bulb review

(edit: updated to include lamp hours)

As someone who did as much searching as I could on the subject of 3rd party bulbs (and not wanting to pay $299 for the OEM bulb) I thought I would add my 2 cents in now that I've ordered and installed one.

The one I bought was from a vendor (wie7777) on eBay. The bulb cost me $159 and comes with a 180 warranty that starts the minute you click order, so you don't actually get 180 days out of it. There are several people on eBay selling VPLHW45ES lamps (some with a full year warranty) but I went with these guys because they were a) cheaper, b) based in the US, and c) have a TON of lamp sales and a very high rating on eBay.

My projector is two years old and had 3500 hours of mixed high/low usage when it started to give me the red "replace lamp / filter" warning. The bulb did not come with a new filter like the OEM one does but I just rinsed out the original one and honestly after it dried it looked brand new so I doubt it matters.

I should have taken a picture but I didn't think about writing this post until after the lamp was in so all I can say is that they look almost identical except the screw colors are different. The seller claims the housing is custom built but that it uses the exact same Phillips bulb as the OEM lamp. From what I can tell the bulbs did indeed look the same. The lamp housing even has the same yellow warning sticker on it and everything.

Once I popped the new lamp in the difference was immediate and dramatic. You don't realize as the projector slowly gets dimmer how much crappier things get but honestly if I had known it was going to improve things that much I would have swapped out the bulb a few months ago. It feels like I bought a new projector. We've only put about 10 hours or so on the new lamp but the colors and brightness are even better than I remember the original being (although that's probably just my memory). If I have any problems I will come back and update this post but for now I'm a very happy camper and will absolutely be ordering this cheaper lamp if I still have this projector in two years and have not succumbed to the upgrade bug.
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As someone who did as much searching as I could on the subject of 3rd party bulbs (and not wanting to pay $299 for the OEM bulb) I thought I would add my 2 cents in now that I've ordered and installed one.

The one I bought was from a vendor (wie7777) on eBay. The bulb cost me $159 and comes with a 180 warranty that starts the minute you click order, so you don't actually get 180 days out of it. There are several people on eBay selling VPLHW45ES lamps (some with a full year warranty) but I went with these guys because they were a) cheaper, b) based in the US, and c) have a TON of lamp sales and a very high rating on eBay.

My projector is two years old and has a metric ton of hours on it. I haven't reset the hours yet (I just got the lamp and put it in so I need to) so I will update this post when I get a chance to check out where I was at but there was at least 2000+ hours of mixed high/low usage and the projector was starting to give me the red "replace lamp / filter" warning. The bulb did not come with a new filter like the OEM one does but I just rinsed out the original one and honestly after it dried it looked brand new so I doubt it matters.

I should have taken a picture but I didn't think about writing this post until after the lamp was in so all I can say is that they look almost identical except the screw colors are different. The seller claims the housing is custom built but that it uses the exact same Phillips bulb as the OEM lamp. From what I can tell the bulbs did indeed look the same. The lamp housing even has the same yellow warning sticker on it and everything.

Once I popped the new lamp in the difference was immediate and dramatic. You don't realize as the projector slowly gets dimmer how much crappier things get but honestly if I had known it was going to improve things that much I would have swapped out the bulb a few months ago. It feels like I bought a new projector. We've only put about 10 hours or so on the new lamp but the colors and brightness are even better than I remember the original being (although that's probably just my memory). If I have any problems I will come back and update this post but for now I'm a very happy camper and will absolutely be ordering this cheaper lamp if I still have this projector in two years and have not succumbed to the upgrade bug.

I used to order from wie when I had my Marantz projector. Good seller. Though with the Marantz bulb they were not the OEM Phoenix. Basically they were 1/4 the price and lasted about 1/2 as long. Overall a better deal than a branded Marantz replacement. If wie is sourcing OEM Phillips then that is great news for Sony PJ owners.

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As always, compatible lamps remain a crap shoot. Some of the compatible lamps are virtually identical in performance to genuine replacement lamps, some are factory seconds that fall short in some areas and some are outright counterfeits that fall well short in many areas. Finding a reliable source with a solid track record is the key to getting the best bang for your buck.
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Yeah I was a bit nervous spending $160 on a potential dud but it exceeded expectations. Obviously I now have to test it and see how long it lasts compared to my OEM bulb.

On that note I checked the projector and can report that I enjoyed a little over 3500 hours of mixed usage (high and low) before I was told to replace the bulb.
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Thanks for posting this on the lamp. We have the HW40ES and my second bulb...with around 2500 hours on it has started doing some slight flickering. So for now I popped in the first bulb and dropped the setting down to low for the time being while looking for a replacement.

I asked on our forum about other possible bulbs/lamps since I see quite a few on Amazon advertising 'Genuine Philips UHP Bulb'...and seems about 75% are happy saying brighter, some dimmer, some lasting 2000 hours and some only a few months. So I was wondering has there been like official reviews or data or expert opinions of these versus the actual Sony OEM? Thanks again for the write up....
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Not sure if many 45ES owners read this thread any more, but I just bought a 65ES and the fan has an "electric motor" overtone which is a tad annoying. I'd like to know if anyone has the same, or do you guys have fans that only make the "woosh" sound due to moving air? The whirring sound is coming from the fan and not the PSU since it changes with fan speed.

I have build a few PCs with quality fans where the only sound is the inevitable wind noise. And this is how it should be IMO. But I feel a bit cheap to claim warranty due to the fan tone alone - not sure if Sony's even going to accept it. Otherwise this is a damn fine projector.
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I have my fan set to high altitude(higher RPM) and I don't notice it. The PJ is mounted on the wall right behind my couch and maybe 2-3 ft above. Not exactly far away. Fans will always have some sound of moving air, but not a whirring sound. Neither should be audible over what you are watching though.
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Sony 45ES with a prismasonic anamorphic lens.

Hey guys. I bought a 45ES this summer and I am putting together a theatre setup in my living room. I have a question. Does anybody have experience using the Sony VPL-HW45ES with a lens like the Prismasonic H1000/1200/1400 etc? I want to use all the pj lamp light and all the panels pixels. I am willing to reduce image height a bit to ensure fit and geometry. My image height will be around 50-55" for the 16:9 image and I hope to use a constant height setup. My throw range will be 13.5 feet iirc. Does anybody have any experience with this? I have not used one of these prismasonic lens since I have a much older projector.
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Will Sony be updating their 1080p projector line in the near future? Looking to start building my home theater in the next 3 months and the 45ES is on the top of the list for now unless there will be a new model soon. Not really looking at 4K now due to cost (I'd rather have an excellent 1080p projector than entry-level 4K).

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Will Sony be updating their 1080p projector line in the near future? Looking to start building my home theater in the next 3 months and the 45ES is on the top of the list for now unless there will be a new model soon. Not really looking at 4K now due to cost (I'd rather have an excellent 1080p projector than entry-level 4K).

This is an owners thread not a future products discussion thread. If you have questions about the 45ES you are in the right place.

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Will Sony be updating their 1080p projector line in the near future? Looking to start building my home theater in the next 3 months and the 45ES is on the top of the list for now unless there will be a new model soon. Not really looking at 4K now due to cost (I'd rather have an excellent 1080p projector than entry-level 4K).
45ES has been out for a while and Sony hasn't said anything about a replacement. They've release a couple of 4K models in the 5K range over the last year or two but nothing for 1080p projectors yet. The 45ES is a great projector so like you I'd like to upgrade to another Sony 1080p until 4K prices come down.
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45ES has been out for a while and Sony hasn't said anything about a replacement. They've release a couple of 4K models in the 5K range over the last year or two but nothing for 1080p projectors yet. The 45ES is a great projector so like you I'd like to upgrade to another Sony 1080p until 4K prices come down.
I’m waiting on the new version too. I have a hw40es to hold me over until then.
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I’m waiting on the new version too. I have a hw40es to hold me over until then.
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