LG HF85LA XPR Full HD Laser DLP Home Theater Short-Throw Projector

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LG HF85LA XPR Full HD Laser DLP Home Theater Short-Throw Projector
Key Features
  • Brightness of 1500 Lumens
  • XPR Full HD On-Screen Resolution
  • Short-Throw Design
  • Ethernet Connectivity
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Enjoy smart-TV functionality on the big screen with the LG HF85LA XPR Full HD Laser DLP Home Theater Short-Throw Projector. It has a maximum brightness of 1500 lumens and can achieve a 100" image with the rear of the projector just 4.7" from your screen or wall thanks to its short-throw design. The projector uses XPR processing technology to create Full HD (1920 x 1080) images on your screen or wall. Integrated Ethernet connectivity provides internet access and allows you to mirror content from compatible smart devices.
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LG HF85LA Overview

Enjoy smart-TV functionality on the big screen with the LG HF85LA XPR Full HD Laser DLP Home Theater Short-Throw Projector. It has a maximum brightness of 1500 lumens and can achieve a 100" image with the rear of the projector just 4.7" from your screen or wall thanks to its short-throw design. The projector uses XPR processing technology to create Full HD (1920 x 1080) images on your screen or wall. Integrated Ethernet connectivity provides internet access and allows you to mirror content from compatible smart devices.

Two HDMI inputs provide wired connectivity for your digital high-definition devices like cable boxes or Blu-ray players. The two USB ports allow you to connect compatible drives for multimedia playback or to use a keyboard, mouse, or select other peripherals. The HF85LA has two 3W speakers built-in, plus wired digital, analog, and wireless Bluetooth audio output, allowing you to listen to your source with nearly any system. The built-in tuner and RF connection enables you to watch broadcast TV without a cable box.

  • Bluetooth audio output
  • Manual 4-corner digital keystone adjustment
  • USB support for DivX, MP3, and photo files
  • 100" image projection with projector rear 4.7" from screen, or 16.6" from lens to screen
  • Trumotion
  • App store
  • Integrated web browser
  • DLNA connectivity
  • Screen Share (with Miracast, WiDi-supporting devices)
  • Wireless Contents Share (with iOS and Android devices)
  • Bluetooth A/V sync adjustment
  • HID (keyboard/mouse/GamePad connection via USB)
  • Quick On/Off – on in 10 seconds, off in 2 seconds
UPC: 719192625808

LG HF85LA Specs

Image Display
Display SystemDLP
On-Screen ResolutionUp to Full HD (1920 x 1080) via Pixel-Shift Technology
Max Brightness1500 Lumens
Aspect Ratio16:9
4:3
Dynamic Contrast Ratio150,000:1
Lens
Projection Size90 - 120" / 228.60 - 304.80 cm
Features
Keystone CorrectionManual
Built-In SpeakerYes (Stereo)
Speaker Power6W
Input/Output Connectors
Inputs/Outputs2 x HDMI (HDMI Type-A) Audio, Video Input
1 x RF Audio, Video Input
2 x USB 2.0 (USB Type-A) Audio, Video Input
1 x Ethernet (RJ45) LAN
1 x TOSLINK Audio Output
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Mini Audio Output
General
Light SourceLaser Phosphor
Expected Lamp LifeMedium Brightness: 20,000 Hours
Fan NoiseFull Brightness: 30 dB
Medium Brightness: 28 dB
Low Brightness: 26 dB
Supported Audio File TypesMP3
Supported Video File TypesDivX
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Power ConsumptionFull Brightness: 140 W
Standby Mode (Lamp Off): < 0.5 W
Dimensions (W x H x D)4.7 x 7.5 x 13.9" / 11.9 x 19.1 x 35.3 cm Including mirror part
4.7 x 5.5 x 13.9" / 11.9 x 14.0 x 35.3 cm Without mirror part
Weight6.6 lb / 2.99 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight10.065 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16.6 x 11.8 x 6.8"
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