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Sony VPLCH350KIT Projector

$1,499.95
2500:1 WUXGA (1920x1200) 38dB 4,000 ANSI Lumens Nov 2014
Contrast Ratio (typical) Projector Native Resolution Noise Level Projector Brightness Release Date $88.74 Electricity cost over 5 years
Excellent brand
Supports full HD
Has a built-in speaker(s)
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Reviews

Excellent Brand

Based on 502 owner and expert reviews, Sony has excellent reviews for its multimedia projectors. Sony also has excellent reviews specifically for its 2500:1 contrast ratio projectors.


Video

Supports Full HD

The VPL-CH350 supports full HD, unlike most of the other data projectors that were released more than two years ago which do not support full HD.

It is worth also looking at alternative data projectors which also support full HD including the VPL-CH370 ($1,939.95), or the VPL-CH355 ($1,499.99) both from Sony or the Vivitek D7180HD.

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Multimedia

Has a Built-In Speaker(s)

The Sony VPL-CH350 has a built-in speaker(s). Most of the other multimedia projectors of this type and age also have a built-in speaker(s).

We compared all the other multimedia projectors which also have a built-in speaker(s) to this data projector and we think the VPLSW536M, or the VPL-CH370 ($1,939.95) both from Sony or the Vivitek D7180HD is also worth considering.

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Projector

WUXGA (1920x1200) Resolution

The highest resolution of the Sony VPL-CH350 is WUXGA (1920x1200). That's over two times the resolution of a XGA (1024x768) data projector, which is the most common resolution.

A WUXGA (1920x1200) projector native resolution is actually the best resolution amongst all data projectors of a similar spec and age to this projector.

An XGA (1024x768) projector native resolution is the worst resolution amongst similar types of projector.

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Average Projector Brightness

With a projector brightness of 4,000 ANSI lumens, the VPL-CH350 has a pretty standard projector brightness compared to most of the other projectors of this type and age.

If you are looking for a data projector with a brighter projector brightness then you might want to look at the Sony VPL-CH370 ($1,939.95) (5,000 ANSI lumens).

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Networking

Has an Ethernet LAN

The VPL-CH350 has an Ethernet LAN, as do most of the other comparable spec projectors that have been around for more than two years.

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Packaging Content

Has a Handheld Remote Control

The Sony VPL-CH350 has a handheld remote control. Most of the other comparable spec data projectors that have been on the market for around the same time as this multimedia projector also have a handheld remote control.

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Ports & Interfaces

Does Not Have a DVI Port

Like most of the other 2500:1 contrast ratio projectors that came out more than two years ago, the VPL-CH350 does not have a DVI port.

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Performance

Fairly Loud Noise Level

The quietest noise level of multimedia projectors that have been on the market for more than two years is 24dB, the loudest is 51dB, and the average noise level is 34dB. The Sony VPL-CH350 has a fairly loud noise level (38 decibels) compared to most of the other 2500:1 contrast ratio projectors that were released more than two years ago.

If you would consider a projector with a louder noise level then you might want to look at the Sony VPL-SW536C (35dB) which is also cheaper.

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Other

Released Over Two Years Ago

Sony released the VPL-CH350 in April 2017.


Product Identifiers

Barcodes 00027242878006, 00272428780066, 04053162874824, 04905524970487

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