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I am selling a Brand New Sealed Sony VPL-VW350ES 4K projector.

It is brand new in manufactured sealed box and was drop shipped to me directly from Sony. You will receive Sony's 3 year limited warranty. I am asking $7900 but feel free to text me with questions or other offers. 305-741-2375

Sony lowers the price of entry for 4K detail and clarity

Sony's very first 4K Ultra HD home theater projector cost an eye-popping $25,000. Last year's VPL-VW600ES produces an amazing picture while costing a lot less — $15,000.

Now comes the VPL-VW350ES, which while not inexpensive, delivers a truly cinema-like 4K home theater viewing experience for under $10K.
How cinema-like?

Well, the VPL-VW350ES is based on the same 4K Digital Cinema SXRD™ technology found in Sony's professional projectors. The 'VW350ES uses three of these SXRD image chips — one each for red, green, and blue — to produce extraordinarily rich, saturated colors that pop off the screen.

Actual 4K content looks spectacular, and the 'VW350ES's smart and powerful upconversion capabilities improve the picture quality of every source you run through it.
Larger-than-life images with Ultra HD detail 1080p vs 4K projected images

The VPL-VW350ES's 4K Ultra High Definition projection system has four times the detail of 1080p HD projectors.
Ultra High Definition really comes into its own on larger screens. 4K provides four times the picture detail of full HD 1080p. The difference is certainly visible on TV-sized screens, but when you're projecting onto a screen that's 100", 120" or even larger, the enhanced clarity and sense of depth is profound.

True 4K content will be scarce for a while, but that won't be an issue for this projector. Based on ten years' experience upscaling movies to 4K in over 15,000 theaters worldwide, Sony has developed a processor so advanced it can upscale HD content to 4K quality. This 4K Reality Creation chip enhances picture quality by analyzing and correcting images, resulting in natural, unhyped detail and color.

You'll see the benefits of Reality Creation on everything from Blu-ray discs to Netflix® movies to video clips from your smartphone. Sony included a cool feature for gamers, too: a special picture mode for gaming with very low "input lag," for more responsive game play.
Go with the Motionflow™

The larger the image, the more challenging it is to maintain a smooth, clear picture during fast-paced onscreen action. Sony's Motionflow is one of the most sophisticated and refined blur-reduction technologies available, and the VPL-VW350ES has a version with some unique capabilities.
Several presets, ranging from aggressive to mild, make it easy to reduce motion blur and judder without introducing the dreaded "soap opera effect." Some of the most effective modes make use of "dark frame insertion," which avoids the image artifacts created by motion compensation processing, but also reduces light output by about 25%. So, if your setup requires the projector's maximum light output, you may want to select one of the other Motionflow options.

Flexible setup for rooms large and small

Professional installation is a popular choice for projectors in this price range, but Sony designed the VPL-VW350ES for easy setup. It features a powered zoom lens and powered lens shift for adjusting the image either horizontally or vertically, to allow for off-center projector placement. Sony recommends a maximum screen size of 150", or 120" if you want to use the 3D feature. You'll also get amazing results with screens sized 100" or less. And because Sony's super-quiet built-in cooling fan is inaudible from more than a few feet away, you won't be distracted by the fan in smaller rooms. Out-of-the-box picture settings are so spot on you'll be tempted to leave them as is. But if you like to tweak you can fine-tune brightness, contrast, and color to suit a wide range of rooms, screens, and video sources.

Product Highlights:

Ultra High Definition projector (digital TV reception requires a separate HDTV tuner)
widescreen 16:9/17:9 aspect ratio (can also display 4:3 material)
3 SXRD panels with Full Digital Cinema 4K resolution (4096 x 2160 pixels each)
recommended image size: 60" to 150" (up to 120" for 3D)
displays 3D images when you wear Sony's active glasses (3D glasses sold separately)
2D-to-3D conversion adds 3D-like depth to non-3D video sources
4K Reality Creation Upscaling improves high-definition video sources to near-4K quality
TRILUMINOS Display technology for a wider color range
Motionflow™ technology for improved motion clarity (120Hz refresh rate plus dark frame insertion)
Real Color Processing color management system
light output: 1500 ANSI lumens
panel shift fine convergence adjustment
2.1X powered zoom/focus lens (standard-throw)
lens shift image adjustment (powered, horizontal and vertical)
230-watt UHP lamp (lasts up to 5000 hours in Eco mode)
ultra-quiet cooling fan (21 dB)
illuminated remote control
BRAVIA Theatre Sync™ simplifies remote control for compatible Sony components (HDMI-CEC)
Connections and Dimensions
2 HDMI 2.0 inputs
RJ-45 (LAN) port supports network monitoring and control protocols
RS-232C port for external control of the projector via compatible computer or third-party control device
USB port for software updates
detachable power cord
19-1/2"W x 7-7/8"H x 18-1/4"D
weight: 31 lbs.


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