AWOL VISION LTV-3500 Pro 4K 3D Ultra Short Throw Triple Projector

Original price was: £4,949.00.Current price is: £4,249.00. inc. applicable VAT - (£3,540.83 excl. VAT)

  • ANSI Lumen 3,500 ANSI Lumen
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 4K UHD
  • Aspect Ratio 16:9
  • Operating noise 30 dB
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AWOL Vision LTV-3500 Pro Projector

AWOL’s LTV-3500 is a feature-packed, well-performing triple-laser 4K UST that offers high 3,500-lumen brightness and good picture quality.

The 3,500 ANSIANSI ANSI lumens is a measurement of the total amount of visible light generated by a projector, as standardised by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). It provides an accurate and consistent way to assess a projector's brightness, taking into account factors such as light output across the entire image, uniformity, and colour accuracy. ANSI lumens indicate the projector's brightness level, with higher values typically leading to better performance in spaces with ambient light or larger screens. lumens makes this projector one of the brightest UST projector on the market.

Choose LTV-3500 when brightness matters!

Product Details:

Key Projector tech specifications from manufacturers, including brightness, contrast, colour gamutcolour gamut Colour gamut refers to the range of colours a projector can display. It is typically measured using the CIE 1931 colour space, which visualizes the range of colours visible to the human eye in a two-dimensional diagram. This colour space represents a projector's colour gamut, showing the specific colours that the projector can accurately reproduce. Rec. 709, also known as BT.709, is a standard colour gamut used in high-definition television (HDTV) and Blu-ray discs. It defines the colour space for HDTV with a specific range of colours that can be reproduced. The Rec. 709 colour space is smaller than the human eye's full range of colours, but it has been widely adopted for HD content production and display. On the other hand, Rec. 2020, also known as BT.2020, is a standard encompassing a significantly wider colour gamut than Rec. 709. It is designed to represent a much larger range of colours, closer to what the human eye can see. Rec. 2020 is often associated with ultra-high-definition content and next-generation display technologies, offering a more extensive palette of colours for more vibrant and lifelike imagery. The measurement of color gamut involves using a spectrophotometer or a colorimeter to analyze the projector's output across various wavelengths of light. This data is then plotted on the CIE 1931 color space diagram to visualize the projector's color gamut. This allows for a quantitative assessment of the projector's color reproduction capabilities according to specific color gamut standards such as Rec. 709 or Rec. 2020., input lag, etc., can sometimes be incomplete or misleading.

To help potential customers make their decisions, we will add verified specifications from reliable, independent third-party sources where possible, including https://www.projectorcentral.com/ and https://www.mondoprojos.fr/. When we do so, we will tell you where those data are quoted from.



Manufacture Claimed: 2,500:1

Independent Source Verified: N/A


Manufacture Claimed: 3500 ANSI Lumens

Independent Source Verified: 3341ANSI Lumens (https://www.projectorcentral.com/)


4K UHD (3840×2160)*

*with XPR technologyXPR technology XPR (eXpanded Pixel Resolution) technology is a sophisticated pixel-shifting technique utilised in 4K projectors to enhance image quality. By employing XPR, 4K projectors can create a higher-resolution image by rapidly shifting individual pixels diagonally, doubling the number of pixels displayed on the screen. This advanced process enables 4K projectors to deliver incredibly detailed and sharp images that resemble native 4K resolution, resulting in a visually immersive viewing experience with exceptional clarity and lifelike detail.

Colour Gamut

Manufacture Claimed: 107% Rec. 2020

Independent Source Verified: Rec.2020 (https://www.projectorcentral.com/)

Throw RatioThrow Ratio The throw ratio of a projector refers to the ratio of the distance between the projector and the screen to the width of the projected image. This ratio determines the size of the image based on the projector's distance from the screen, making it a crucial factor in choosing the right projector for a specific space. To calculate the distance between the projector and its screen using the throw ratio, one can use the following formula: Distance = Throw Ratio x Width of the Image For instance, if a projector has a throw ratio of 1.5:1 and the desired width of the image is 6 feet, the distance from the projector to the screen would be 1.5 x 6 = 9 feet. Understanding the throw ratio and its calculation is essential for setting up a projector to achieve the desired image size and optimal viewing experience based on the available space.


100″ Screen at 25cm

120″ Screen at 35cm

Keystone Adjustmentkeystone adjustment The keystone adjustment feature on a projector corrects the trapezoidal distortion of the projected image that can occur when the projector is not perpendicular to the screen. This distortion happens when the projector is tilted vertically or horizontally, resulting in a skewed or trapezoid-shaped image rather than a perfect rectangle. The keystone adjustment allows users to digitally manipulate the projected image's shape, correcting the trapezoidal distortion and ensuring that the image appears rectangular and proportional. This feature is especially useful when the projector cannot be placed directly in front of the centre of the screen due to space constraints or mounting limitations. By adjusting the keystone settings, users can align the projected image with the screen, resulting in a more accurate and visually pleasing display.

8 points keystone

MEMCMEMC MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) is an image processing technology utilised in projectors to enhance the quality of fast-moving images and reduce motion blur during video playback. The MEMC technology functions by analysing the motion in the original video content and then creating and inserting interim frames between the existing frames. This process effectively increases the frame rate of the video, resulting in smoother transitions and reduced motion blur, especially during fast-paced sequences or high-action content. By intelligently interpolating frames, MEMC can significantly improve the visual experience when viewing fast-moving content such as sports events or action-packed movies on a projector. This technology aims to deliver sharper, more fluid motion, enhancing the viewing experience and ensuring that the projected images maintain clarity and smoothness, even during dynamic motion sequences. In summary, MEMC image processing technology for projectors enhances the visual quality of fast-motion content, contributing to a more immersive and enjoyable viewing experience for audiences.

4K MEMC Supported

24FPS Mode

3D Support

DLP Link 3DDLP Link 3D DLP Link 3D is a technology that allows 3D imagery to be displayed using a DLP (Digital Light Processing) projector and special 3D glasses. The DLP projector sends a signal to the 3D glasses through wireless communication, which allows each lens of the glasses to open and close at the correct times to create the illusion of 3D depth. This technology is commonly used in home entertainment systems and in some educational and commercial settings to deliver immersive 3D visuals.




Dolby VisionDolby Vision Dolby Vision is an advanced HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology developed by Dolby Laboratories. It enhances the viewing experience by providing scene-by-scene or frame-by-frame dynamic metadata to optimize the HDR output. This technology enables compatible displays to deliver brighter highlights, more contrast, and a wider range of colors, resulting in stunning and true-to-life visuals. Dolby Vision aims to provide a more immersive and true-to-life viewing experience by dynamically adjusting the picture settings for each scene, ultimately leading to enhanced image quality and realism.


Input Lag

Manufacture Claimed: N/A

Independent Source Verified: 34.7ms under Game Mode (https://www.projectorcentral.com/)

Colour Accuracy

Manufacture Claimed: N/A

Independent Source Verified: 3.5 (movie mode)




Independent Source Verified: 36dB (https://www.projectorcentral.com/)


Decoding Support

Dolby AtmosDolby Atmos Dolby Atmos is an innovative audio technology that provides a more immersive and realistic sound experience for listeners. By incorporating height channels and object-based audio, Dolby Atmos creates a three-dimensional audio space, allowing sound to move around and above the listener, enhancing the overall audio experience. This technology is widely used in cinemas, home theaters, and sound systems, offering an unparalleled level of audio immersion and realism.

DTS Virtual XDTS Virtual X DTS Virtual:X is an audio processing technology that aims to create a multi-dimensional sound experience without the need for physical surround sound speakers. It is designed to simulate immersive 3D audio by virtualizing sound sources and expanding the soundstage, making it appear as if sound is coming from multiple directions. Using advanced algorithms, DTS Virtual:X takes standard two-channel (stereo) or multi-channel audio and processes it to provide a more enveloping audio experience. This technology can be utilized in soundbars, AV receivers, and other audio systems to deliver a heightened sense of space and dimensionality to audio content, including movies, music, and games. DTS Virtual:X works by taking into account the acoustic properties of the listening environment and the placement of the speakers to create a more expansive and accurate audio experience. It aims to provide a sense of height, width, and depth in the audio presentation, enhancing the overall immersion for the listener without the need for dedicated overhead or surround speakers.

Built-in Speaker


External Sound System Connectivity​

Optical S/PDIF Output

eArceArc eARC, or enhanced Audio Return Channel, is an HDMI feature that enables high-quality audio signals to be transmitted from a television to an audio system or soundbar using a single HDMI cable. This advanced feature allows for the transmission of uncompressed and higher bandwidth audio signals, supporting formats such as Dolby Atmos and DTS:X for immersive audio experiences. The main difference between ARC (Audio Return Channel) and eARC lies in their capabilities. ARC, which was introduced with HDMI 1.4, allowed for audio to be sent from a television to an audio system over an HDMI cable. However, ARC had limitations in terms of bandwidth and supported audio formats. On the other hand, eARC, introduced with HDMI 2.1, represents a significant advancement over ARC. eARC offers higher bandwidth and supports advanced audio formats, enabling the transmission of high-resolution, uncompressed audio, including object-based audio such as Dolby Atmos, directly from the TV to external audio devices. This results in improved audio fidelity and a more immersive audio experience compared to the limitations of ARC. In summary, the key differences between ARC and eARC are the bandwidth capabilities and support for advanced audio formats. eARC provides a superior audio transmission solution, especially for high-fidelity audio and immersive audio formats, compared to the original ARC standard. Support

3.5mm Jack


Operation System and Smart Features

LTV-3500 comes with a Amazon Fire TV stick which allows access to all the popular streaming and live TV apps. 


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  LTV-3000 ProLTV-3500 Pro
Display TechnologyTI0.47-inch PICO OMOTI 0.47-inch ECD OMO
Light SourceRGB Triple Laser w/o phosphor color wheel
Laser Life25,000+ hours
Software OSAndroid 9.0
Projection Size80-150″
LensRicoh F2.0 pure pure glass lens with super sharpness
Brightness3000 Peak Lumens
2400 ANSI Lumens
3500 Peak Lumens
3300 ANSI Lumens
Throw Ratio0.25:1
Colour Gamut107% Rec. 2020
Contrast Ratio (native)2500:1
HDRDolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+,HLG
24 FPSYes
HDMI Input Lag15ms, 4K@60Hz
8ms, 1080P@120Hz
Wide Color Gamut (WCG)Yes
Electric FocusYes
Keystone Correction8 points
Auto Brightness AdjustmentYes
Laser Outlet Blocked DetectionYes
Eye SafetyYes
IP ControlPK Link, Control 4 and SAVANT
Audio & Noise
Audio Output Power36W (Stereo)
Audio PerformanceDolby Atmos, DTS Virtual X
HDMI3* HDMI 2.0b (eArc on HDMI 2)
USB2* USB 2.0
Ethernet1* LAN
Digital Audio Output1* S/PDIF
Analog Video Output1* AV In
TV Stick Compartment1 
WiFi802.11a/b/g/n/ac (Dual-Band)
Power Supply100-240V @ 50-60Hz
Power Consumption195W175W
Standby Mode0.5W0.5W
Remote ControlIR & Bluetooth Dual Mode
Power Cordyes
AV Input CableYes
Package Dimension736*495*300mm
Package Weight13.1KG14.4KG
Working Temperature0-40°C
Storage Temperature-20-60°C
Humidity20%-80% RH
Atmospheric Pressure86-106 kpa

Remote Control
Power Cord
AV Input Cable

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User Manual Download
User Manual Download

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*Bulk items may take longer (2-3 days for delivery).

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