LG Ultra Short Throw Projector Review: Pros & Cons

If you want the big screen experience without having to install a projector across the room, check this out. You can set up the LG Ultra Short Throw Projector just 5 inches from the wall and get a 60-inch image.

Alternatively, you can project a giant 100-inch picture from just 15 inches away! In either case, this movie projector provides super easy set up and displays very bright and clear pictures.

Watch a quick summary of how the device works:


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Is 1,000 Lumens Bright Enough?

Compared to other projectors with 2,600 or 3,000 lumens, you may be wondering, “Is 1,000 bright enough?”

Yes.

Because the ultra short throw projector sits significantly closer to the wall or screen, you can actually use less lumens to get just as vibrant an image.

Surprisingly, this projector works well even in ambient light. Of course, the image will appear brighter and more vibrant in darker settings, but don’t assume that you can’t use it in the daytime.

By the way, the HD feature included with this LG projector improves the image quality, even when projected on a plain white wall. That said, movie screens have material that enhances the brightness of the picture even more.

Note: Lower lumen bulbs uses less energy and typically have a longer life span. Therefore, you can save money on replacement bulbs and energy costs.

In fact, you could use the projector for 8 hours every day for about 10 years before you need to replace the bulb. Considering that projector bulbs typically cost hundreds of dollar apiece, this feature provides a significant cost savings.

LG Ultra Short Throw Projector - Pros & Cons

What About Projector Audio?

The LG has Bluetooth sound out. Therefore, you can wirelessly stream sound from the device to bluetooth compatible speakers or headphones. Set up is simple, and there’s no need to connect and run lots of unsightly wire cables.

Note: The LG Short Throw enables you to have a super compact (yet massive in size and sound) video and audio system. Yet, it doesn’t take up extra space or impact your room’s current setup.

Yes, You Get WiFi Too

You can wirelessly share content between various devices (Android or Windows smartphones, tablets, etc..) and your projector. Again, no connecting wires needed. Plus, with digital TV, Netflix, YouTube and Smart TV options, you may never go back to a regular flat-screen TV again!

Note: You can also use devices like Chromecast, Amazon Fire and Roku.
They work perfectly fine with the LG.

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The Pros and Cons…

This product comes with a lot of great features, and its size make it easy to use. However, it still comes with a high price tag for a projector with average brightness and no speakers.

Unless you really want an ultra short throw projector, you might be better off saving money and getting a traditional home theater projector.

LG Ultra Short Throw Projector Specs:

  • Contrast Ratio: 150.000:1
  • Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080)
  • Brightness: 1000 Lumens
  • Dimensions: 12.2″ long x 5.2″ wide x 4.5″ tall
  • Projector Screen Size: 100″
  • Weight: 4.9 lbs
  • Lamp Life: Up to 30,000 Hours
  • LG Smart TV (WebOS 3.0) compatible (with Magic Remote)
  • HDMI Inputs: 2
  • Bluetooth Sound Out: Yes
  • 2 AA Batteries Required
  • Model #: PF1000UW
  • Get the PF 1000UW Here