Sony VPL-CH375


Key features:

  • 5000 lm brightness
  • Built-in speakers: 1 x 12 W
  • Contrast ratio is up to 2500: 1
  • 3LCD projector for installations
  • WUXGA resolution is (1920 x 1200)
  • The image size from 1.02 to 7.62 m



With its 5,000 ANSI lumens, the Sony VPL-CH375 is a bright widescreen projector that also integrated the HDBaseT interface. It enables high-resolution signals over long distances (up to 100 meters). The WUXGA resolution goes over the Full HD resolution out, and with the native 16:10 format, you can display more information at the edge of the screen. The Sony projector can conveniently set up in many places to the combination of LensShift, manual zoom, and keystone correction. The Sony VPL-CH375 is primarily aimed at companies and also used in schools and universities.


Image Technology

The Sony VPL-CH375 uses 3 LCD Bright Era panel technology, which ensures better image quality. Coupled with the high-resolution, WUXGA resolution With the 1,920 x 1,200 pixels, a high-resolution image is generated and covers the Full HD area. Ideal for playing high-resolution content via one of the two HDMI Entrances. With its native 16:10 widescreen format, more information can display on the top or bottom screen.

It is exciting for use in control centers or professional audio/video post-production. With its bright 5,000 ANSI lumens in normal mode, projections can carry out in larger rooms, even with residual light. The contrast value adjusted to the lamp brightness is 2,500: 1 and ensures a high-contrast display of dark fonts or tables on light surfaces. Overall, a good one improves contrast Value the image depth many times over, confirmed in a Sony VPL-CH375.



To a projection of 1.5: 1 to 2.2: 1, the projector is suitable for new or replacement installation in larger classrooms or conference rooms. With the combination of lens-shift, manual zoom, and Keystone, The projector can easily set up for correction. First is the Lens shift In naming a function (vertical +/- 5% and horizontal +/- 4%) with which the image can move without any loss of quality.

A projector cannot always set up centered. The LensShift Function moves the image without sacrificing image quality. The Lens shift-Adjusting the range of the VPL-CH350 means that the projector can position true to picture and horizontally offset. With the manual, 1.47 times zoom, the image can be adjusted more precisely to the screen without moving the projector. The keystone function compensates for any inclinations that may occur. Excessive use of the function, however, worsens the picture.


Energy Saving

The manufacturer has developed several energy-saving functions based on lamp technology. For example, the optimized brightness control with the auto-dimming feature saves energy. With the auto picture mode, you can adjust the light intensity to the particular scene, which causes an additional energy-saving effect. You can also completely hide the image to draw attention to yourself.



The digital HDBaseT interface provides you with a multi-signal transmission system over up to 100 meters. High-resolution images, sound, and control signals can transmit via the RJ-45 socket with a network cable. The projector has a powerful 12-watt mono speaker integrated, which able to get by in most rooms. With its diverse interfaces, the Sony VPL-CH375 positioned favorably. It has the following outputs and inputs: 2 HDMI in, Dsub 15 pin in and out, S-video in, cinch video in, Cinch Stereo in, USB Type A, B in, RS232C in, RJ45 with HDBaseT in and the microphone.


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