Full HD Home Cinema Projector
  • LCOS
  • LG Cinema 3D
  • Full HD 1080p
  • 120 Hz
Full HD Home Cinema Projector


  • Display Technology
    0.61” SXRD (2Set), 120Hz
    Native Resolution
    1080p (1920x1080)
  • Brightness (ANSI-Lumens)
    2500 (2D), 1250 (3D)
    Contrast Ratio (FOFO)
  • Noise (High Brightness)
    Noice (Economic)
  • Uniformorty
    > 90 %
    Projection Lens (Focus)
  • Projection Lens (Zoom)
    Manual 1.3
    Projection Image (Standard)
  • Projection Image (Throw Ratio)
    Projection Offset
  • Lamp
    Life time
    Economic Mode 3,500 Hrs
  • Warranty
    2 years parts and labor

General Specification

  • Menu Language
    English/French/Spanish/Korean/German/Italian/Swedish/Chinese Simplified/Polish/Portuguese/Brazilian/Portuguese/Japanese/Russian/Greek/Arabic/Turkish/Taiwanese
    Aspect Ratio Correction
    Set By Program/16:9/4:3/Just Scan/Zoom/Cinema Zoom
  • Dimension (WxHxD, mm)
    22.0" x 19.7" x 7.5"
    43.2 lbs
  • Power Consumption
    625W Max
    Stand by Power
    < 1W
  • Power Supply
    AC DC Adapter (100~240 free voltage), 50/60Hz
    Input Signal Compatibility - Digital (HDMI)
    Up to 1080p (60Hz/50Hz/24Hz)
  • Input Signal Compatibility - RGB
    Up to 1600x1200, 60Hz
    Input Signal Compatibility - Component Video
  • Input Signal Compatibility - Composite Video

Input / Output Terminals

  • RGB in
    RGB Out
  • Composite(AV) in
    Component (YPbPr)
  • RJ45
    1 (Ethernet)
    3 (Ver 1.4a, 3D)
  • USB
    1 (SVC)

Special Features

  • Digital Keystone Correction
    Advanced (H/V)
    Quick Power on/off
  • Auto Sleep
    Blue, Green, Black, Logo
  • Image Flip
    Horizontal / Vertical
    Color Temperature
  • Lens Shift
    Over Scan
  • Black Level Control
    Expert control


  • Cabinet Color
    Local Key
  • Kensington Lock
    Bottom Side


  • Manual
    Remote control
  • RC Battery
    VGA Cable, Power Cord

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whats the price for new projector also let me know the price for new lamp

Asked by: robinson924
The LG Full HD Home Cinema Projector, Model # CF3D is a discontinued product and is no longer available for sale. If you would like to see our current lineup of projectors, you can view them at Prices will vary depending on which retailer you purchase the projectors from. On each of their product information pages is a &quot;Where to Buy&quot; link that will open a page on which you can enter your zip code into the appropriate field to get a listing of retailers and online sites within a 50 mile radius of your zip code who carry the projectors and you can see what their prices are...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-05-01

Does LG cell a ceiling mount for this? If not, who makes the best?

I got mine in but would like to mount it on the ceiling. Who makes the best ceiling mount for this unit.
Asked by: sjledet
We appreciate your interest in this projector and its accessories. We do not have a particular ceiling mount to recommend for this projector.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2014-03-21

Can you watch anything on this in regular 2D?

Asked by: Lightning
Answered by: viper540
Date published: 2013-10-22

Are the glasses for 3D viewing Linear or Circular polarized?

Asked by: LA3DDP
Because this is a single lens projector, it would definitely be circular polarized. Linear polarization requires separate lenses with a 90 degree offset in the polarized lens angles. Additionally, you can NOT use your 3D glasses from ANY brand of 3D TV. Current 3D TV technology uses &quot;active lenses&quot; and are not compatible with polarized projection technology. On the up-side, you can use the glasses from your local theater.
Answered by: nerd
Date published: 2013-10-22

Cinema 3D projectors

Hi, I have few questions, answering them in order will be much appreciated. 1) What is the cheapest Cinema 3D projectors avilable and is that model is available in Saudi Arabia, if not when it will be available? 2) I have LG Cinema 3D LED TV, can I also use my existing 3D glasses of that TV? 3) Is L4-BX327AMI model is also a Cinema 3D projector and can I use my exisiting glasses if LG cinema 3D TV? 4) Is BS275 projector is also a Cinema 3D projector and can I use the exisiting glasses? 5) What is 3d ready means? 6) What is PC 3D Ready Projector, how to watch 3D contents on this projector (output from PC/Blu-Ray/etc.)?
Asked by: Samee
1) No idea 2) It depend what model, is it active glasses or passive ??? 3) See answer #2 4) Again 5) Nothing, 3d ready means they want sold something not working to you. like 3d ready projectors with 85 Hz. 6) No idea where do you get this, many projectors will work from PC and from Blue-Ray, just use HDMI or VGA harness.
Answered by: SpiderGW
Date published: 2013-10-22

Screen requirements for passive 3D

Based on the only answer to a previous answer to this question on your web site, I ordered this unit. It is will be delivered today as a big surprise Christmas present. I just want no unpleasant suprises. I want to confirm that I will be able to use my high gain matt white screen to see 3D movies versus a special or silver one?. According to the previous answer it was yes. Please acknowledge. Happy Holidays Thanks Humberto
Asked by: Humbi
Buyer beware. The 3D projection effect for certain will NOT work on a white screen. I exhausted all possibilities re-adjusting the projector and the blu-ray 3D player and NO 3D effect on the white screen. I found an old 4 ft sliver lenticular screen in my garage, and projected part of the image on it, and i did see good 3D effect. So, a SILVER screen is an ABSOLUTE requirement. NOT a maybe. The technical support person I spoke to on the phone at LG obviously is not familiar with this unit and mislead me into believing a white screen would work as well.
Answered by: Humbi
Date published: 2013-10-22

What type of screen is recomended for passive 3D?

I am interested in the CF3D. I have been told I need a silver screen. I have also been told a matte white will work. What gain?
Asked by: br329
Either will work just fine.
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2013-10-22
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