Gone are the days of paying out the nose just to replicate a fraction of the movie-going experience. With the stratospheric rise in television/projector quality and the steady lowering of prices, it’s never been easier to build your dream cinema. And to do their part in this ongoing movement to democratise premium home entertainment tech, Hisense is bringing the PX2-Pro TriChroma Laser Cinema to Australia.
Capable of producing 4K ultra-high-definition picture quality from an impressive projection size ranging from 90 to 130 inches, and packing an 8 million pixel punch, this marriage between state-of-the-art visuals and state-of-the-art audio is truly a thing of beauty.
Dolby Vision’s high dynamic range, high contrast, and the Hisense Filmmaker Mode place you directly in the scene. Thanks to the PX2-Pro’s TriChroma X-Fusion Laser Light Source, which is comprised of three pure colour lasers, expect a more natural and realistic colour representation than ever before.
This sleek short throw also comes with 2,400 ANSI Lumens brightness to ensure vibrancy that isn’t impacted by a sunny day or a loungeroom lamp; while boasting a wide colour gamut that pretty much covers the entire perceivable spectrum (translation: a vivid feast for the eyes).
As for the matter of aural pleasure, the PX2-Pro’s built-in 30W Dolby Atmos sound promises to be a big soundstage upgrade from the tinny speakers housed in your everyday TV. Expect clear speech, crisp highs, and booming lows without having to fork out the cash for any extra gear.
Additional key features include the following:
- MEMC tech that provides a motion rate 10X faster than OLED (read: buttery smooth)
- Auto Low Latency Game Mode to ensure killer next-gen console performance
- Low Blue Light Design to make it comfortable on the eyes
- Intuitive VIDAA Smart TV interface with all the apps you’ll need for a night in
- Hands-free voice remote operation for enhanced convenience
- Smart home enabled, also for enhanced convenience
- Rated for 25,000+ hours
The Hisense PX2-Pro TriChroma Laser Cinema will be available to purchase here in Australia from August 2023 onwards. The price? An extremely reasonable $3,999.