ViewSonic X2000B 4K NPA front

ViewSonic has announced the new X2000B-4K, a UHD-resolution (3840x2160) Laser UST projector with an expected street price of $2,899.

With a 0.22:1 throw ratio lens, the X2000B-4K is capable of projecting an image between a 65- and 150-inches diagonal (for 100-inch diagonal, the projector sits just 9.2 inches from the screen). It can be ceiling mounted and includes from 4-corner up to 60-point warp correction capabilities for unusually-shaped projection surfaces.

For a light source, the projector uses ViewSonic's second-generation laser-phosphor system with a rated brightness of 2,000 ANSI lumens and a light source life of 20,000 hours in Normal mode. The X2000B-4K supports HDR and HLG signals. ViewSonic lists its dynamic contrast ratio at 3,000,000:1 and lists Rec. 709 compatibility, but makes no claim for DCI-P3. The projector utilizes ViewSonic's Cinema SuperColor technology, which is said to produce vivid, lifelike colors.

ViewSonic X2000B 4K NPA lifestyle1

Unlike some other USTs in this mid-priced segment there is no onboard streaming platform, but WiFi connectivity is integrated to allow mirroring from mobile devices. Two-way Bluetooth is also built in to allow wireless audio output to compatible soundbars or other speakers, or to use the X2000B-4K's onboard audio for music. The four-speaker Harman Kardon system features a 10-watt tweeter and 15-watt woofer for each stereo channel. Both Dolby and DTS audio is supported.

On the back of the projector are two HDMI 2.0 inputs (one with ARC), a USB 2.0, a 3.5 mm audio out, and Ethernet.

The X2000B-4K comes in black, measures 19.2 x 22.7 x 7.4 inches (HWD), and weighs 15 pounds. It comes with a three-year limited warranty on parts and labor, one-year limited warranty on the light source, and one year free of ViewSonic's Express Exchange service (in the US and Canada).

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Victor Posted May 18, 2022 2:15 PM PST
When is there going be a review of the 1000 ust I been waiting for that review
Oscar Posted May 18, 2022 2:18 PM PST
UST projectors need to look nicer... the LG HU85LA was the best looking one, followed by the Vava... this just looks weird.

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