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Sony VPL-CH375 Projector

£1,807.99
£1,565.37 £242.62 cheaper than 30 days ago
2500:1 WUXGA (1920x1200) 34dB 5,000 ANSI Lumens Aug 2014
Contrast Ratio (typical) Projector Native Resolution Noise Level Projector Brightness Release Date £99.51 Electricity cost over 5 years
Excellent brand
Price has dropped by £219.94
Replacement lamp cost is moderately expensive at near 400 (street price
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Reviews

Excellent Brand

We checked 502 expert and user reviews for Sony multimedia projectors and found that on average Sony has excellent reviews compared to other manufacturers. We also found that Sony has excellent reviews specifically within its 2500:1 contrast ratio projectors range.


Price

Price Has Gone Down by £242.62 (13%)

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Replacement Lamp Cost is Moderately Expensive At Near 400 (street Price

One customer mentioned in their reviews that it was not good value for money. Projectorreviews.com wrote in their review of this projector “Replacement lamp cost is moderately expensive at near 400 (street price”.


Energy

Running Costs Are OK

The average 1 year running cost of the VPL-CH375 is £100 based on typical energy prices, which is typical compared to the other 42 comparable spec data projectors that came out more than two years ago.


Design

Good Color Balance Good Overall Image Quality Possible

One person who reviewed the product concluded that it was good quality. Projectorreviews.com mentioned three years ago “Good color balance good overall image quality possible” but in spite of that they gave this projector a rating of 1 stars.


Good Picture Quality

One person concluded that it had good picture quality.


Other

Released Over Two Years Ago

It was April 2017 when this projector was released.


Video

Supports Full HD

The VPL-CH375 supports full HD. Most of the other multimedia projectors of this spec and age do not support full HD.

Other projectors which support full HD currently available that you might want to consider include the VPL-CH355 (£1,440.74), or the VPL-CH370 (£1,426) both from Sony or the Vivitek D7180HD (£1,304.90) which is cheaper.

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Multimedia

Has a Built-In Speaker(s)

The VPL-CH375 has a built-in speaker(s). Most of the other multimedia projectors that are a comparable age to this data projector also have a built-in speaker(s).

It may also be worth considering one of the other projectors with a built-in speaker(s) currently available including the VPL-CH355 (£1,440.74), or the VPL-CH370 (£1,426) both from Sony or the Vivitek D7180HD (£1,304.90) which is cheaper.

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Projector

WUXGA (1920x1200) Resolution

The highest resolution of the VPL-CH375 is WUXGA (1920x1200). That's over two times the resolution of the most common projector native resolution of XGA (1024x768).

A WUXGA (1920x1200) projector native resolution is in fact the best resolution across all projectors that came out around the same time as this multimedia projector.

The worst resolution across comparable types of projector is XGA (1024x768).

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Quite Bright Projector Brightness

With a projector brightness of 5,000 ANSI lumens, the Sony VPL-CH375 has one of the brighter projector brightnesses amongst similar spec projectors of this age. The average projector brightness of comparable spec projectors that have been available for more than two years is 4,100 ANSI lumens.

There are a number of other 5,000 ANSI lumens brightness projectors currently available that you might also want to consider including cheaper projectors such as the Sony VPL-CH370 (£1,426).

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Performance

Average Noise Level

With a noise level of 34 decibels, the VPL-CH375 has a relatively standard noise level compared to most of the other projectors of this type and age.

There are a number of alternative 34dB noise level multimedia projectors currently available which you might also want to consider including cheaper projectors such as the Sony VPL-CH355 (£1,440.74).

If you would consider a projector with a louder noise level then you might want to look at the Vivitek D7180HD (£1,304.90) (30dB and cheaper), or the Sony VPLSW536M (35dB and cheaper).

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Has an On Screen Display (OSD)

The VPL-CH375 has an On Screen Display (OSD), as do most of the other comparable spec projectors that were launched around the same time as this projector.

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Networking

Has an Ethernet LAN

The VPL-CH375 has an Ethernet LAN, as do most of the other data projectors of a comparable age and type to this projector.

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Packaging Content

Has a Handheld Remote Control

The VPL-CH375 has a handheld remote control, as do most of the other 2500:1 contrast ratio projectors that have been available for a comparable time to this data projector.

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Ports & Interfaces

Does Not Have a DVI Port

The Sony VPL-CH375 does not have a DVI port. Most of the other comparable spec data projectors that have been around for a similar time to this projector also do not have a DVI port.

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Lamps

Quite Big Bulb Power

2500:1 contrast ratio projectors that came out around the same time as this projector have bulb powers of between 190W and 400W, and the average bulb power is 250W. The VPL-CH375 has a fairly big bulb power (280 Watts) compared to most of the other data projectors that were released more than two years ago.

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers sony vplch375kit, sony 1920x1200
Barcodes 00027242877979, 00272428779794, 00779184234050, 04053162599123, 04056572756421, 04905524970432, 05052184657339, 05054629649442

Sony VPL-CH375 Review Sources

To prepare this Sony VPL-CH375 review we compared this projector to 2,059 other models. For each projector that we compared, we collated thousands of pieces of information including technical specs, reviews, and prices. In total we analysed 326,528 product attributes, 14,204 projector reviews and 2,772,200 historical projector prices from 169 projector retailers. We then picked out the standout features of this projector compared to the other models as well as any areas where this projector is lacking.

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Sony VPL-FX500L vs Sony VPL-CH375
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£ 3,950.34 £1,565.37
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Longer Lamp Service Life
A Lot Brighter Brightness in Economy Mode
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£2,385 More Expensive
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