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Sony VPL-CH375

Sony VPL-CH375 Projector

2500:1 WUXGA (1920x1200) 5,000 ANSI Lumens Aug 2014
Contrast Ratio Native Projector Resolution Projector Brightness Full HD Projection Release Date
A great fit for demanding middle and large classrooms and meeting rooms where cost is critical The VPL-CH375 delivers an outstanding brightness of 5000 lumens and ultra high-quality images with... More
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10 Reasons For

Sony Projectors Have Good Reviews

Sony has good average reviews for its 2500:1 contrast ratio data projectors as well as across its entire multimedia projector range compared to other brands.

Good Picture Quality

One Sony VPL-CH375 owner who reviewed it concluded that it had good picture quality.

Good Product Quality

One Sony VPL-CH375 owner who reviewed the Sony VPL-CH375 thought it was good quality. Projectorreviews.com said in their Sony VPL-CH375 review “Good color balance good overall image quality possible”.

Supports Full HD Projection

The Sony VPL-CH375 supports Full HD projection, which is unusual. Most of the other projectors of a similar spec and age to the VPL-CH375 do not support Full HD projection.

There are a number of alternative data projectors which support Full HD projection currently available that you might also want to look at including cheaper projectors such as the VPL-CH355[pl_2577208_price], or the VPL-CH350[pl_2751969_price] both from Sony.

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Has a Built-In Speaker

The Sony VPL-CH375 has a built-in speaker, as do most of the other projectors of a similar age and spec to the VPL-CH375.

We think you might also be interested in some of the alternative projectors with a built-in speaker currently available including the VPL-CH355[pl_2577208_price], or the VPL-CH350[pl_2751969_price] both from Sony which is cheaper.

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WUXGA (1920x1200) Native Projector Resolution

The highest resolution of the VPL-CH375 is WUXGA (1920x1200). That's over two times the resolution of a XGA (1024x768) data projector, which is the most frequently found resolution.

A WUXGA (1920x1200) native projector resolution is actually the best resolution across all projectors of a similar spec and age to the VPL-CH375.

The worst resolution amongst similar types of projector is XGA (1024x768).

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Quite Bright Projector Brightness

Across all the projectors that have been around for around the same time as the VPL-CH375 the projector brightness range from 500 ANSI lumens to 16,000 ANSI lumens. At 5,000 ANSI lumens, the VPL-CH375 has a fairly bright projector brightness compared to most of the other 2500:1 contrast ratio data projectors that were released more than two years ago.

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Fairly Big Lamp Power

The lamp power of 2500:1 contrast ratio data projectors that have been around for around the same time as the VPL-CH375 range from 190W to 400W, and the average lamp power is 250W. The Sony VPL-CH375 has one of the bigger lamp power (280 Watts) amongst similar spec projectors of this age.

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Quite High RMS Rated Power

With an RMS rated power of 12 Watts, the VPL-CH375 has a fairly high RMS rated power compared to most of the other 2500:1 contrast ratio data projectors that have been available for a comparable time to the VPL-CH375. Projectors that are a similar age to the VPL-CH375 have RMS rated power of between 1W and 16W, and the average RMS rated power is 5W.

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Quite Bright Brightness in Economy Mode

At 3,100 ANSI lumens, the Sony VPL-CH375 has a quite bright brightness in economy mode compared to most of the other multimedia projectors of this spec and age. The brightness in economy mode of projectors that have been on the market for around the same time as the VPL-CH375 range from 1,500 ANSI lumens to 5,600 ANSI lumens.

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4 Reasons Against

Does Not Support 3D Image Projection

Most multimedia projectors of a similar age and spec to the VPL-CH375 do not support 3D image projection. The VPL-CH375 is no exception to this as it too does not support 3D image projection.

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Does Not Support WiFi Connectivity

Like most of the other similar spec multimedia projectors that have been on the market for a comparable time to the VPL-CH375, the Sony VPL-CH375 does not support WiFi connectivity.

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Very Short Service Life of Lamp in Economic Mode

The shortest service life of lamp in economic mode of data projectors of a similar age and type to the VPL-CH375 is 2,000h, the longest is 8,000h, and the average service life of lamp in economic mode is 5,500h. The VPL-CH375 has a quite short service life of lamp in economic mode (only 2,500 hours) compared to most of the other similar spec multimedia projectors that came out around the same time as the VPL-CH375.

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Very High Power Consumption During PowerSave

The power consumption during PowerSave of the VPL-CH375 of 266 Watts is one of the highest amongst 2500:1 contrast ratio data projectors that came out more than two years ago. The power consumption during PowerSave of similar spec multimedia projectors that are a comparable age to the VPL-CH375 range from 0.46W to 270W, and the average power consumption during PowerSave is 93W.

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1 Other reason to consider the Sony VPL-CH375

Released Over Two Years Ago

It was over two years ago when this Sony projector was released.

Specification

Projector
Contrast Ratio
Native Projector Resolution
Projector Brightness
Brightness in Economy Mode
Zoom Capability
Zoom Ratio
Supported Aspect Ratio
Compatible Screen Size
Native Aspect Ratio
Projection Technology
Lamps
Service Life of Lamp in Economic Mode
Lamp Type
Lamp Power
Lamp Service Life
Lens System
Throw Ratio
Vertical Lens Shift Range
Horizontal Lens Shift Range
Focus Mode
Video
Video Mode
Analog Signal Format System
Ports & Interfaces
RS-232 Port
DVI Port
S-Video Input
Audio in Port
Composite Video in Port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) Port
HDMI Port
VGA (D-Sub) Port
Networking
WiFi Connectivity
Storage
Integrated Card Reader
Performance
Noise Level in Economy Mode
Horizontal Scan Range
Vertical Scan Range
On Screen Display Language
Multimedia
RMS Rated Power
Built-In Speaker
Design
Form Factor
Colour
Product Type
Display
Built-In Display
Power
Power Source
Power Consumption On Standby
Typical Power Consumption
Power Consumption During PowerSave
Maximum Power Consumption
AC Adapter Frequency
AC Adapter Input Voltage
Power Consumption (network Standby)
Operational Conditions
Relative Humidity Storage Range
Relative Humidity Operational Range
Storage Temperature Range
Operating Temperature Range
Weight & Dimensions
Weight
Height
Depth
Width
Packaging Content
Cable Included

Expert Reviews

25 November 2014

The VPL-CH375 is a new classroom and conference room projector from Sony. I has a bright 5000 lumens specification and Sony indicates this model is ideal for Education, Visitor Attractions and... Read more…

High brightness with up to 5000 lumens
Good color balance good overall image quality possible
Excellent warranty support via Sony's "OnTime" support program
Good lamp life, especially if operated in st ard or low lamp modes
Zoom lens throw range o
Has dust filter that must be maintained
Replacement lamp cost is moderately expensive at near 400 (street price)
Projector's lens shift has very limited range
Relatively low contrast image makes this model not the ideal choice for use for viewing vide

Brochures and Manuals

Running Cost

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Show running costs over: years
Electricity cost when switched on $74.15
Electricity cost when on standby $2.85
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Total running cost over 5 years $77.00
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0.49T
Running this projector over 5 years will generate 0.49 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
13
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 13 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.

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Product Identifiers

Barcodes 00027242877979, 00272428779794, 04053162599123, 04905524970432, 05052184657339

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Sony VPL-FX500L Sony VPL-CH375
$ 4,599.95 $2,279.95
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3,000h Longer Lamp Service Life
Brighter Brightness in Economy Mode
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Only One VGA (D-Sub) Port
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Sony VPL-CH350 vs Sony VPL-CH375

Sony VPL-CH350 vs Sony VPL-CH375
Sony VPL-CH350 Sony VPL-CH375
$ 1,499.95 $2,279.95
One More S-Video Input
One More Composite Video in Port
One More HDMI Port
Longer Service Life of Lamp in Economic Mode
One Less VGA (D-Sub) Port
25% Dimmer Projector Brightness

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DELL 7700 vs Sony VPL-CH375
DELL 7700 Sony VPL-CH375
$ 4,409.71 $2,279.95
Two HDMI Ports
One More Built-In Speaker
Three VGA (D-Sub) Ports
A Lot Bigger Lamp Power
Significantly Shorter Lamp Service Life
Older by Over One Year
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