The VPL-XW7000ES brings you an immersive viewing experience and strikingly clear 4K HDR images, even in well-lit spaces.
Equipped with a 3,200-lumen laser light source, the VPL-XW7000ES brings you an immersive viewing experience and strikingly clear 4K HDR images, even in well-lit spaces. Our newly developed technologies, including the all-new Native 4K SXRD panel, deliver wide dynamic range, high resolution, and vivid colors, in a compact design that’s perfect for your home.
3,200-lumen laser light source
Immerse yourself in the action with brighter, bolder entertainment. The VPL-XW7000ES is 60% brighter than the VPL-VW915ES, engineered with our newly developed Native 4K SXRD™ (Silicon X-tal Reflective Display) panel and Wide Dynamic Range Optics. It delivers 200 nits1 on a 150-inch screen—bringing you a truly immersive experience.
Flagship-level X1™ Ultimate for projector
X1 Ultimate for projector optimizes our acclaimed BRAVIA TV video processing for projection. The incredible power of this video engine enables advanced data processing, with real-time enhancement of each on-screen object. The result is high dynamic range imagery with texture, color, contrast and realism never before available to home cinema.
All-new Native 4K SXRD panel
Immerse yourself in an incredibly lifelike picture with native 4K that offers 8.3 million pixels (3,840 x 2,160). With an all-new 0.61-inch SXRD panel, you’ll enjoy high brightness, inky blacks, vibrant colors, rich tones and textures, plus clear cinematic motion, and image smoothness.
All-new Wide Dynamic Range Optics
Our new Wide Dynamic Range Optics contribute to a compact design with better light control by maximizing the potential of the laser light source. The resulting higher color volume means naturally colorful images, even at high brightness levels, and stunning, immersive contrast.
Dual database processing
Two powerful image improvement databases work together to improve picture quality in real time. One database helps reduce on-screen noise, while the other is used to upscale the resolution.