Adding to its CineBeam family of home theater projectors, LG is releasing the CineBeam PF610P. The compact size of the PF610P—which measures 2.7 x 8.9 x 7.6 inches (HWD) and weighs only 3.7 pounds—allows it to be easily portable and able to be stored away between uses.

LG PF610P NPA frontangle

The CineBeam PF610P is a 1080p (1920x1080) DLP projector. It has a 4-channel LED light source—the extra LED is used to boost overall brightness—that is rated to output up to 1,000 ANSI lumens. The light source will last up to 30,000 hours in Eco mode. HDR10 signals are supported.

This projector's lens has a fixed zoom with a throw ratio of 1.195:1 that can project an image up to 120-inches diagonal from a distance of 10 feet 5 inches (the ProjectorCentral Throw Distance Calculator shows the range of throw distances for the LG CineBeam PF610P). The projector has four-corner keystone adjustment for any necessary corrections.

LG PF610P NPA lifestyle

LG's webOS 5.0 platform provides menu navigation and access to a wide selection of streaming apps including Disney+, AppleTV, and Amazon Prime Video (Netflix—which is notably difficult about authorizing streaming platforms for new projectors—is not listed as an available service). For wireless streaming, the PF610P supports Apple AirPlay2 for Apple devices and MiraCast for Android and Windows devices. It can also connect wireless via Bluetooth to external speakers.

Two HDCP 2.2 HDMI inputs (one with ARC) can be found on the back alongside two USB 2.0, S/PDIF optical, 3.5 mm audio out, and an RJ45 for Ethernet.

LG PF610P NPA connections

The LG CineBeam PF610P has a one-year parts and labor limited warranty. It is available now through authorized LG retailers and the LG website for $849.

For more detailed specifications and connections, check out our LG CineBeam PF610P projector page.

To buy this projector, use Where to Buy online, or get a price quote by email direct from Projector Central authorized dealers using our E-Z Quote tool.

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Allen Posted Oct 29, 2021 12:03 PM PST
Does it do 3D? A lot of us have large collections of 3D blue rays and old (near to failure) TVs so we're always looking out for a projector as a replacement. Not a huge market, I know but notice how 3D theater viewings are sold at a premium--so, yes, it's still a thing. :-)
Rob Sabin, Editor Posted Oct 29, 2021 12:05 PM PST
None of the recent LG home theater projectors to date will do 3D, and this one is no different. There's no mention of 3D in the specs or manual.
Robert Minarik Posted Oct 31, 2021 12:52 AM PST
Any chance you receiving a review sample for ViewSonic X1000-4K LED? shall have similar 2400 LED lumens (1000 ANSI), pixel shift 4k, nice HK speakers and its UST….would love to see your review for this. Its not laser but has 23-25 db fan noise, almost half compared to current ust laser market…If blacks are watchable with dynamic black option, this could be a decent proposition to consider
Rob Sabin, Editor Posted Nov 2, 2021 7:21 AM PST
Robert, the X1000 is set to actually hit market shortly and we have requested a sample. We are also expecting to eventually review the JMGO O1 or O1 Pro at some point, which is also LED driven.
Robert Minarik Posted Nov 3, 2021 10:21 AM PST
Thanks Rob, in UK its available, having one for few days but sending back.

The negatives: 1> CEC works so so, not to my wxpectations, i.e. you can power ON the PJ using appleTV remote but you can’t power it OFF doing the same (confirmed to me also by ViewSonic service team). 2> noise level, i really wanted a quiet PJ (can sacrifice PQ), i measured one feet away 42db operational noise, 6feet away still 35db (fans not even ON at this stage) the high pitch noise I did not enjoy and again ViewSonic confirmed that noise is what it should be.

The positives: 1> can be ceiling mounted 2> excellent sound 3> picture surprisingly decent once calibrated, was worries about blacks considering its LED but the 2nd gen LED is ok, still not on same level as laser but slowly getting there 4> Phone app for mirroring/remote easy to operate 5> USB-c support FAT/NTFS compatible

Still om hunt for a quite one, Sony is my preffered brand, you heard anything if they aiming to get into the UST business any time soon?

BR Robert
Sil Posted Jan 7, 2022 2:55 AM PST
How does it compare to the PF50KS? It is very hard to find any comparison!

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