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post #511 of 646 Old 12-23-2018, 08:41 AM
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Unfortunately, the original packaging and instructions are long gone. This was my first projector so in wasn't until several months later that I realized changing the bulb was actually a thing.
The user manual for any projector can be downloaded as a pdf file from the manufacturer's website. The HW45ES manual is readily available for download on the Sony site.

One caution when changing a projector UHP lamp is to never touch the glass bulb with your bare fingers as that can leave an oily deposit on the lamp and cause it to prematurely fail due to the high temperatures of a UHP lamp.

Another caution is to be exceptionally careful when trying to clean a projector lens. They have fragile optical coatings that can easily be damaged. If you don't know what you're doing you would be better off not trying to clean it. Minor dust particles on the inside of the lens will have a negligible effect on image quality. Using compressed air can sometimes cause debris to be blown deeper into the projector where it might cause an even worse issue. Follow the physicians' Hippocratic Oath: First do no harm.
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The user manual for any projector can be downloaded as a pdf file from the manufacturer's website. The HW45ES manual is readily available for download on the Sony site.

One caution when changing a projector UHP lamp is to never touch the glass bulb with your bare fingers as that can leave an oily deposit on the lamp and cause it to prematurely fail due to the high temperatures of a UHP lamp.

Another caution is to be exceptionally careful when trying to clean a projector lens. They have fragile optical coatings that can easily be damaged. If you don't know what you're doing you would be better off not trying to clean it. Minor dust particles on the inside of the lens will have a negligible effect on image quality. Using compressed air can sometimes cause debris to be blown deeper into the projector where it might cause an even worse issue. Follow the physicians' Hippocratic Oath: First do no harm.
Ok thank, I will ditch the dust off and wash my hands with dish soap before handling. As for the bulb, does the one in my previous pic look like the OEM Sony bulb to you? Do the 3rd party ones still come in a Sony box with Sony booklets?
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Ok thank, I will ditch the dust off and wash my hands with dish soap before handling. As for the bulb, does the one in my previous pic look like the OEM Sony bulb to you? Do the 3rd party ones still come in a Sony box with Sony booklets?
The recommendation for installing a projector lamp is to wear gloves of some kind as even after washing your hands some body oils could still be transferred to the glass bulb. You should be able to install the lamp module without touching the bulb but wearing thin cotton or latex gloves is the best insurance.

Third party replacement lamps typically do not come with all the official Sony markings and booklets so it appears to be genuine unless it's a really serious counterfeit. Another sign of a genuine Sony replacement lamp is that it will include a new filter to replace the old one.
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Hey guys happy holidays, I am an owner of a sony 45es projector and wanted to know what is a budget 4k equivalent of the 45es. I just picked up a 4k tv, and an xbox one x, so I am looking to upgrade everything to 4k.
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Hey guys happy holidays, I am an owner of a sony 45es projector and wanted to know what is a budget 4k equivalent of the 45es. I just picked up a 4k tv, and an xbox one x, so I am looking to upgrade everything to 4k.
Depends on what you define as "budget." Generally speaking the budget 4K models are considered to be pixel shifters <$4,000 MSRP while native 4K projectors are all >$4,000 MSRP. There are many 4K DLP pixel shifters <$2,000 MSRP as well as the 4K 3LCD pixel shifting Epson 4000/4010. None of the <$2,000 MSRP models will match the native black levels of the HW45ES.
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The recommendation for installing a projector lamp is to wear gloves of some kind as even after washing your hands some body oils could still be transferred to the glass bulb. You should be able to install the lamp module without touching the bulb but wearing thin cotton or latex gloves is the best insurance.

Third party replacement lamps typically do not come with all the official Sony markings and booklets so it appears to be genuine unless it's a really serious counterfeit. Another sign of a genuine Sony replacement lamp is that it will include a new filter to replace the old one.

It does come with a new air filter so I'm looking good. I'll pick up some nitrile gloves and turn off the furnace 20min before hand to settle the dust in the room. This is exciting, as I still use Low mode 4000hrs in for everything except games. I have a feeling that Low is now going to be really bright and hopefully lasts another 2 years when 4K laser projectors cost around $3-4k.
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The lamp access cover on the 40ES is on the bottom side at the back. You remove one screw to remove the cover and gain access to the lamp. There are three screws holding the lamp in. After removing those, you lift the lamp straight up. To install the new lamp, just reverse this process.
You can probably get the owner's manual off the Sony website. If not, there are probably other websites that you can print out from also.

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Hi guys, I recently picked up an 82"samsung nu8000 and an xbox one x so I must have been good this year! Anyway when i first tried out the xbox on my sony 45es picture came up nice, but I think I might of changed some settings on my xbox one x and now I am getting a message from the my sony 45es that says frequency out of range, what setting could effect this? In between projector and xbox is my denon avr 910s. I also to mention my cable, ps4 pro, Nintendo switch all show fine on projector

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I had that message once or twice when using the sony ubx 800 uhd player with a standard dvd have no idea what the cause of that message is
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Hey guys happy holidays, I am an owner of a sony 45es projector and wanted to know what is a budget 4k equivalent of the 45es. I just picked up a 4k tv, and an xbox one x, so I am looking to upgrade everything to 4k.
Get the Epson 5040UB or if that’s too much money get the 4000 or 4010. All look better than the Sony 45ES. I’ve got the Sony 65ES and just got the epson 4000. I’m blown away by the difference so decided to spend a bit more and get the 5040 since it has better blacks. I think you’ll be impressed.
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If you still have the 4000 when the 5040 comes in compare the two and let us know what you think.
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Hey guys! Just wanted to update with my first 100 hours and impressions.

I went with the elite eletric100h screen 1.1 gain in a mostly light controlled room (white ceiling & gray walls).

Upgraded from a Samsung PN59 D6500 plasma. I wanted to retain the great black levels and 3D of the tv with the larger screen.

I have to say I am truly blown away by the projector. The black levels actually seem better to me on this projector. Sounds crazy and hard to compare without a side by side, but I felt like I never got true black on the plasma they were always still slightly gray. I don’t feel that way with this projector. I am using factory settings except I switched everything to “low lamp”. I find everything plenty bright save for 3D. I do Switch it to high for 3D but even then it is quite dark.
Another note on 3D. I have been able to use the glasses from my old Samsung, however with a lot of syncing issues. It has taken many syncs with multiple pairs of glasses and some are not remembered and I have to sync with each use. Not sure if it’s a widespread issue or just these glasses. Once sync’d the 3D performs brilliantly.

To me the screen looks great. It is curling in from the sides (almost immediately) but it is not affecting the picture .. at least not yet. I do roll it up when not in use. I have not observed any waviness or creases.

Game mode is exceptional. The input lag is really not noticeable. The factory settings make everything look terrific.

Oddly game mode makes TV and movies look pretty good too?

I am toying with the idea of professionally calibrating it as I feel like I haven’t unlocked its full potential. I have the Disney wow disc, I guess I could start there.

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you may want that bulb in high for the first 100 hours (was recommended to avoid bulb flicker later on) at 1500 hours i have never had bulb flicker
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you may want that bulb in high for the first 100 hours (was recommended to avoid bulb flicker later on) at 1500 hours i have never had bulb flicker


Ohh I didn’t know that was an issue. I’m at 103 hours all low lamp mode.


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quick question, I think I sort of figured out the problem I had with my Xbox one x and 45es, apparently my Xbox one x was sending a 4k signal to my 45es and causing the wrong frequency message. so I put my Xbox one x into 1080p and now I am getting a picture again. I thought my 45es could receive a 4k signal and down sample it to 1080p? can it be that I am still using a regular hmdi cable to the projector and not a high speed 4k one causing my 45es not to receive the 4k signal to downsample to 1080p? I don't want to have to change my settings each time I play my xbox one from 1080p to 4k when I switch from my 82" 4k Samsung nu 8000 TV to my Sony 45es projector. am I going to be forced to upgrade to 4k projector?
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quick question, I think I sort of figured out the problem I had with my Xbox one x and 45es, apparently my Xbox one x was sending a 4k signal to my 45es and causing the wrong frequency message. so I put my Xbox one x into 1080p and now I am getting a picture again. I thought my 45es could receive a 4k signal and down sample it to 1080p? can it be that I am still using a regular hmdi cable to the projector and not a high speed 4k one causing my 45es not to receive the 4k signal to downsample to 1080p? I don't want to have to change my settings each time I play my xbox one from 1080p to 4k when I switch from my 82" 4k Samsung nu 8000 TV to my Sony 45es projector. am I going to be forced to upgrade to 4k projector?



The 45ES is a 1080p projector. It only accepts 1080p signal. All display devices only accept the maximum resolution they support. Your source device is the one that should be detecting the display capabilities and sending the appropriate signal. You should set your Xbox to "auto detect" so it sends whatever signal the display supports.

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ok I will do that, do you think I need put my denon receiver auto also?
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ok I will do that, do you think I need put my denon receiver auto also?

The Denon should be used as a passthrough for video. My opinion is you should have the receiver's video scaling and processing disabled. That way the source and display are the only things affecting the playback.

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ok thanks will check it out tonight.
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All display devices only accept the maximum resolution they support.
While the 45es will only process/accept a maximum resolution of 1920x1080p @ 60Hz the above quoted statement is not entirely accurate, there are exceptions (just a nitpick ).


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While the 45es will only process/accept a maximum resolution of 1920x1080p @ 60Hz the above quoted statement is not entirely accurate, there are exceptions (just a nitpick ).


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Yup. My Panny plasma (480p) accepts a 1080i signal.
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This worked, now I can switch from 4k tv to 1080p projector without issue. Xbox is switching output to match devices it is showing on. Now to start tweaking picture! Thanks!!!
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While the 45es will only process/accept a maximum resolution of 1920x1080p @ 60Hz the above quoted statement is not entirely accurate, there are exceptions (just a nitpick ).


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Yup. My Panny plasma (480p) accepts a 1080i signal.

Both of your reading comprehensions seemed to have failed. Go back and read what I wrote. I said the 45es only accepts a 1080p signal (true) and then "All display devices only accept the maximum resolution they support." This is like saying water is wet. I did not say that all display devices only accept the resolution they output. That's what you interpreted. That's why I used the word support.


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This worked, now I can switch from 4k tv to 1080p projector without issue. Xbox is switching output to match devices it is showing on. Now to start tweaking picture! Thanks!!!

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anyone care to share there picture settings using an xbox one x, just so I can play with them. I have my set up blue ray disk but I plan to do it when I have more time.
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Both of your reading comprehensions seemed to have failed. Go back and read what I wrote. I said the 45es only accepts a 1080p signal (true) and then "All display devices only accept the maximum resolution they support." This is like saying water is wet. I did not say that all display devices only accept the resolution they output. That's what you interpreted. That's why I used the word support.
Do all display devices reject other resolutions they support? Your sentence was confusing.
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Both of your reading comprehensions seemed to have failed. Go back and read what I wrote. I said the 45es only accepts a 1080p signal (true) and then "All display devices only accept the maximum resolution they support." This is like saying water is wet. I did not say that all display devices only accept the resolution they output. That's what you interpreted. That's why I used the word support.
Indeed, I did read it wrong, my apologies (I guess my eyes are getting worse than I thought).

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what is the latest firmware for the 45es? has Sony ever issued a new firmware, any fixes or new features?
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what is the latest firmware for the 45es? has Sony ever issued a new firmware, any fixes or new features?

1.301. This wasn't the shipping firmware.



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you may want that bulb in high for the first 100 hours (was recommended to avoid bulb flicker later on) at 1500 hours i have never had bulb flicker
Hello, this is my frist projector and i ran my projector to low lamp setting for the first 1000h. Tonight, i have lamp flickering on/off every 2 minutes. .
I switched to high lamp setting around 1700h and it is getting worse.

It looks like it is time to get a new lamp ( 1981h) with original lamp...

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flickering occurs only when watching television? no flickering when watching netflix or blu ray?

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