Sony LSPX-P1 Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector

Model: LSPXP1K UPC: 027242896215 Item: 168740

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Sony LSPX-P1 Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector Overview

The Sony LSPX-P1 Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector is a home theater projector designed to provide ultra-high definition video from very close to your external projection surface. This digital projector projects images from 22-in to 80-in thanks to its Ultra Short Throw lens. It's compact enough to mount just about anywhere – place it by the wall or on the floor or a table. The body of the LSPX-P1 is only 3.14-in square, making it a small yet powerful home theater projector. Built for portability, it features an integrated battery and speakers for use outside of your home. The battery lasts up to two hours on a single charge, and you can save power with the Bluetooth Low Energy feature. This powerful HD projector can also connect to your smartphone to show the time, weather, photos, videos and other content on the wall or surface. You can connect the LSPX-P1 to HDMI compatible devices such as DVD or Blu-Ray players or your home PC.

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Product highlights

  • 100 lumens of light output
  • SXRD panel delivers a 4,000:1 contrast ratio and 720p resolution for great picture quality
  • Connect to a wide range of devices with the bundled HDMI unit
  • Bluetooth Low Energy turns the projector on when your smartphone is nearby and off when it isn't 
  • Two 0.98" bass reflex speakers for room-filling sound
  • Dedicated Sony app for mobile devices lets you control the HD projector images and settings 
  • Featuring a built-in battery for portable use with up to 2 hours per charge
  • xLOUD technology for clear audio performance even at high volume levels
  • Ultra Short Throw lens projects images from 22" to 80" for uninterrupted viewing with no shadows
  • Product Dimensions:  3.25" W x 5.25" H x 5.25" D
  • Product Weight: 2.05 lbs.
  • Warranty: 1 Year - World Wide Stereo is an authorized dealer for every brand we sell
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Specifications

Specifications

Display

  • Display system: SXRD three primary colors LCD shutter projection system
  • Accepted digital signals: 480p, 720p, 1080p
  • Diagonal projection image size: 22° to 80°
  • Light source: Laser diode
  • Display resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Display technology: 0.37 SXRD x1

Size & Weight

  • Dimensions (W x H x D): Approximately 3 1/4" x 5 1/4" x 5 1/4"
  • Speaker unit size: Approximately 0.98" diameter
  • Weight: Approximately 2 lb. 1 oz.

General

  • Wireless HDMI compatibility: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n (2.4GHz band, 5GHz band), MIMO compatible
  • Built-in storage: Approximately 4GB
  • Picture modes: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP

Hardware

  • Projection lens zoom/focus: Motor-driven (auto-focus)

Interface

  • Outputs: HDMI In connector, HDMI Out connector (passthrough), IR BLASTER connector (Mini-jack)

Operating Conditions

  • Operating temperature/humidity: Temperature: 41° to 95°F (5°C to 35°C), Humidity: 20% to 80%

Power

  • Power requirement: DC 19.5V (AC adapter VGP-AC19V77)
  • Available operating time: Approximately 2 hours
  • Battery: Built-in lithium-ion battery
  • Power consumption (in standby): Approximately 6W, approximately 20W (charging)
  • Power consumption (in operation): Approximately 18W, approximately 32W (charging)
  • Charging time: Approximately 4 hours

Speaker

  • Speaker system: 2 (monoaural) bass reflex system

Video

  • Light output: 100 Lm

What's in the Box

What's in the Box:

  • LSPX-P1 Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector
  • AC adapter VGP-AC19V77
  • Power cord (2)
  • IR blaster
  • Startup guide
  • Reference guide
  • Warranty

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Customer Reviews for Sony LSPX-P1 Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector

3.7 / 5.0
34 Reviews
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Works nicely with Chromecast
Works seamlessly with Chromecast and love that I can display pretty much anything from my phone. The software could get some improvements but the picture quality is good and overall happy with the purchase.
July 22, 2017
Originally posted at
Sony
Great potential! missing iOS/macOS compatibility
Hi,
I moved to a new apartment last month and decided to buy Sony LSPX-P1 ultra short throw projector instead of a large screen TV having in mind its flexibility and portability.

Overall it is a great product !!!
However it has with some important limitations that you should be aware of:

1/ luminosity of 100 lumens (don't expect to use it during a bright day) which limit the time and place of usage, but it is perfect for a night show.

2/ no compatibility with iOS and macOS which is incredible for a product advertising on wireless feature.
@Sony, when will you release the app update?

3/ battery of 2 hours which is enough for a standard movie but still a bit short (4 hours would have been a better range).

Hopefully the next version will solve "partially" those issues, so I could finally recommand this great product.
July 20, 2017
Originally posted at
Sony
excellent for certain use cases...
I just got mine this weekend from Amazon. Here are my first impressions and why I gave it 5 stars:

1. I had no problems with the app or set up. Everything just worked.
2. This is a beautiful piece of gear and I have it connected to an Apple TV and a pair of HomePods. I can use the Apple TV remote for all my content as well changing volume etc. I use the projector app only for the set up.
3. Auto focus, auto brightness and other settings work very well. The inbuilt speakers are at par with regular TV speakers. The focus is sharp.
4. Truly portable because of the wireless HDMI module and almost 2.5 hours of battery life.
5. The 720p resolution to me seems ok. I have a 65 inch Sony A1E 4K OLED TV and so that is our main viewing device. 1080p content looks good on this projector.
6. Ultra short throw is great and can be used anywhere.

The above are reasons I gave this 5 stars since it met my expectations. Here is what it is not. So if you buy it for the following reasons you won’t like it:

1. This is a dim projector. It cannot be used in a room with normal light beyond 32 inches in width. It is for a dark room.
2. This is not designed to be your main home theatre system because of the lower res and low light output.

Overall I love the design and ease of use. I knew the light out was low before buying so can’t complain about it.
September 17, 2018
Originally posted at
Sony
Great potential! missing iOS compatibility
Overall it is a great product !!!
However it has with some important limitations that you should be aware of:

1/ luminosity of 100 lumens (don't expect to use it during a bright day) which limit the time and place of usage, but it is perfect for a night show.

2/ no compatibility with iOS and macOS which is incredible for a product advertising on wireless feature.
@Sony, when will you release the app update?

3/ battery of 2 hours which is enough for a standard movie but still a bit short (4 hours would have been a better range).

Hopefully the next version will solve "partially" those issues, so I could finally recommend this great product.
July 20, 2017
Originally posted at
Sony
A product that excels in certain scenarios
This projector works best as a portable TV. You can use it pretty much on any wall. The easiest way to use it is to set the projector at max brightness and leave it on HDMI. Then connect a video source like an Apple TV to the wireless HDMI wireless module and have the HDMI source connect to an external audio system via bluetooth. The inbuilt speakers are decent enough though for a small room. Here is what I like about this projector:

1. The 100 lumens is not bad because the projector can be placed so close to the wall. The optimal image size is around 60 inches for the light output and 768p picture quality.

2. I use a 4K Apple TV and have my source system do the scaling to 768p and use a portable AirPlay speaker for the audio. I use the Apple TV remote and I have never messed with the Sony App after the set up. The projector has auto focus and I have the stand and all key stone adjustmemts can be made by adjusting the angle of the projector on the stand.

3. The posters feature can be replicated by any number of Apple TV apps and slideshows. So you’re not missing much if you don’t use the projectors poster and slideshow feature.

4. Unlike others at this price range which are DLP, the Sony being a true laser projector has better contrast and maximizes the light output. The battery has lasted me beyond 2 hours and the projector is quiet silent.

I considered this along with the LG ultra short throws - both their 720p and 1080p ones. The Sony has better design and the stand makes it easier to use in more places. The LG 720p one supposedly has 4x the light output but in my comparison the Sony’s image was sharper and more contrasty. The LG was more washed out. I liked the 1080p LG. The image was much crisper but it is not portable and really needs a home theatre set up. It was also not bright enough for an 80 inch screen since that was the minimum size it projected at. I ended up returning both LGs and kept the Sony. The LG was better as a home theatre system (the 1080p UST) but that is not what I needed.

The one compliant is that the Sony app is fussy. Initially it was a nightmare but I decided to remove all my bluetooth devices and then reconnected and for some reason the App now works. However, as I mentioned earlier I don’t use it since I rely on the auto focus and use the button to turn on and off and Apple TV remote for everything else.

It could be a little more complex than it needs to be, but if you can figure it out it’s really excellent hardware for this size and price point. You need both the projector and stand to get the best value.
October 10, 2018
Originally posted at
Sony
Versatile device with a lot to love!
This thing is our absolute favorite ever since we got it! We watch movies, TV shows, play games (by hooking up PlayStation) anywhere around the house. When its not in *active* use, it is displaying family collage frames or displaying art from 500px in our living room or in home office (for friends and guests).

The picture quality is impressive and extra controls (Picture Settings in the app) are great. Project it on table or wall and you'll be pleasantly surprised as far as the room/place is not too bright.

My favorites:
1) Picture quality
Preset picture setting is pretty good but if you like you can adjust to brightness, contrast, saturation, sharpness and white balance using Picture Settings in the app.
2) Screen Mirroring (Miracast)
One of the best implementations I have seen so far (smooth without a lag or interruption). This is android only, for IPhone you can use an lightening to HDMI adapter with wireless transmitter.
3) Wireless Transmitter
Makes this projector universal as it allows you to connect any of the devices you already have with it using HDMI project the content even in a different room! I have tried TV box, PS4, sound bar (passthrough) and IPhone.
4) Usability
Movies, Games, Slideshow, Art Display, Screen Mirror in the tightest spaces or table tops!

My main gripe is that the projector unit does not have any interface to external audio device (headphones/speakers). I wish and hope Sony enables bluetooth audio with firmware/software update as projector already has bluetooth capability. This would enable
private listening or use of bigger speakers for movie nights in the backyard. Please do this Sony.

Other than that, we all love this device and do hope Sony continues to push short throw technology forward.
September 26, 2017
Originally posted at
Sony
Freedom To Share Memories Anywhere!
This is a very impressive portable projector. Right out the gate when opening up the box there is not much to the setup, a few power cords, connecting a HDMI device (optional) and downloading an app. If you have videos, pictures, or movies already installed on your smartphone you are good go! Just power the projector up, download the app, connect and get to watching movies or sharing memories. This device may only have 100 lumens, but when using this in darker setting it works great. The built in battery allowed me freedom to use a projector in settings that I would have normally had to run an extension cord across the room.
Pros:
• Super easy setup
• Contemporary look to blend into any room
• Built in quality speakers
• Battery works great and allows for freedom away from power supplies
• App is very user friendly and shows battery life right on home page
• Works well with any HDMI capable device
Cons:
• Big price tag
• Projector must be controlled by app
• Doesn’t have VGA or DVI computer inputs (Only HDMI)
• Low lumen count doesn’t allow for good viewing in well-lit rooms
Overall, I am very impressed with this Sony short throw projector and although this wouldn’t be recommended for someone who doesn’t have a ton of money to spend, but for the people looking for portability, versatility and freedom to display your memories/presentations anywhere, this is a solid choice! I can see this coming in handy during family camping trips, business meetings and company trainings. I also think it would be really cool to use at weddings to display memories. Sony did a solid job putting this one together.
August 30, 2017
Originally posted at
Sony
excellent for certain use cases...
I just got mine this weekend from Amazon. Here are my first impressions and why I gave it 5 stars:

1. I had no problems with the app or set up. Everything just worked.
2. This is a beautiful piece of gear and I have it connected to an Apple TV and a pair of HomePods. I can use the Apple TV remote for all my content as well changing volume etc. I use the projector app only for the set up.
3. Auto focus, auto brightness and other settings work very well. The inbuilt speakers are at par with regular TV speakers. The focus is sharp.
4. Truly portable because of the wireless HDMI module and almost 2.5 hours of battery life.
5. The 720p resolution to me seems ok. I have a 65 inch Sony A1E 4K OLED TV and so that is our main viewing device. 1080p content looks good on this projector.
6. Ultra short throw is great and can be used anywhere.

The above are reasons I gave this 5 stars since it met my expectations. Here is what it is not. So if you buy it for the following reasons you won’t like it:

1. This is a dim projector. It cannot be used in a room with normal light beyond 32 inches in width. It is for a dark room.
2. This is not designed to be your main home theatre system because of the lower res and low light output.

Overall I love the design and ease of use. I knew the light out was low before buying so can’t complain about it.
September 17, 2018
Originally posted at
Sony
Nice product, next version might be better
The Sony LSPX-P1 is the latest ultra short throw projector that's specifically marketed towards consumers vs business. Packaging and setup was extremely straightforward. Setup was completed using an Android app and took all of 10 minutes.
I was really impressed by the image size the projector was capable of producing as well as the ability to automatically produce a rectangular image. Resolution looked impressive despite not being 1080p. The projector is great for streaming from a phone via mirroring and its portability really allowed me to actually put it to use vs just sitting in the closet. Honestly, however, this projector should never sit in the closet. When not in active use, I found its clock projection and fake windows very functional.
This projector has quite a few negatives, however. The biggest simply being there is not enough light output. Images appear washed out if there is more than just a little ambient light. Use is a dark room is impressive, however. The wireless HDMI unit is a great addition, however, I think it might be helpful to include a single HDMI on the actual projector. Also, I found switching from window mode to an HDMI source to be painfully slow and often I would have to unplug and plug back in my HDMI input for it to register. The projector is a bit expensive for what you get, although in line with the cost of other brands.
In summary, I believe this to be a fun toy for kids and adults with some drawbacks that might make me want to wait until the next model is released.
September 13, 2017
Originally posted at
Sony
Innovative and fun
Sony's portable ultra short throw projector is brilliant. The packaging was flawless and easy to manage. The size of the unit itself is surprisingly small which led me to think the output couldn't possibly be as beautiful as it is. Setup was fairly easy and straight forward.
Some surfaces don't work very well for projecting onto like high gloss tables and other polished surfaces but that is pretty much a no brainer.
I set the projector up in my theater room where my full size Sony Projector is located. (The wall is painted as a silver screen) Even with ambient light coming in the tiny short throw projector did an amazing job for its size.
The fact that the unit has a battery power option still blows me away. Nothing else on the market comes close in this class of portable projectors. I definitely recommend it!
September 14, 2017
Originally posted at
Sony

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Can the projector be connected to external speakers, such as a bose mini 2?
A shopper on Jul 16, 2018
  The LSPX-P1 projector isn't designed to output audio. A better solution would be to connect audio from your source device to an audio component dirctly, and only send HDMI video to the projector.
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