Jenovox M4000 Pro vs Jenovox M3000 Pro

Jenovox is a subsidiary projector brand of Changhong. In this post, we will compare the Jenovox M4000 Pro and Jenovox M3000 Pro, helping you to know their differences and make wise decisions.

Jenovox M4000 Pro vs Jenovox M3000 Pro

Overview

The two Jenovox projectors are both LED projectors, and they have similar configurations in terms of resolution, light source, and system. Jenovox M4000 Pro is relatively expensive but it is slightly brighter.

Projector ModelsJenovox M4000 ProJenovox M3000 Pro
Retail Price$1,016$754
Brightness2,000 ANSI Lumens800 ANSI Lumens
Native Resolution1920*10801920*1080
4K decodingYesYes
Color Gamut135% of BT.709135% of BT.709
HDRHDR10HDR10
Keystone8-point keystone correction8-point keystone correction
FocusAutofocusAutofocus
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0 Bluetooth 5.0
Wi-Fi2.4G / 5G2.4G / 5G
3DYesYes
Light SourceLEDLED
Light Source Life20,000 hours30,000 hours
Throw Ratio1.2:11.2:1
Built-in OSAndroidAndroid
Memory3+32G3+32G
CPUMT9652MT9652
Dimensions22.7*19.8*12.3cm19.8*19.2*12.3cm
Net Weight (kg)3.1Kg2.08kg
Noise≤25dB30dB
Speaker5W*25W×2
InterfaceUSB2.0×1
HDMI2.0×1,
RJ45×1
DC×1
3.5mm Earphone ×1
Optical Fiber Audio×1
USB2.0×1
RJ45×1
HDMI-compatible (ARC)×1
S/PDIF×1
3.5 Audio output×1

Design

Looking from the front view, we can see that the lens module of Jenovox M4000 Pro is located at the left side of the front panel while Jenovox M3000 Pro’s lens module is centered. Jenovox M3000 Pro has a meshed panel at the front panel while Jenovox M4000 Pro is smooth and neat. The two projectors both adopt perforated mesh vents to achieve better heat dissipation.

As for the color, both projectors choose a subdued dark gray color as the main color and a golden color as the embellishment.

In terms of dimensions and weight, the two projectors are portable enough, but Jenovox M4000 Pro is relatively bigger and heavier.

Image

Both projectors use a 0.47 DMD chip to produce native 1080P resolution, but they are different in terms of brightness. The two projectors can decode 4K resolution.

Jenovox M4000 Pro has 2,000 ANSI Lumens while Jenovox M3000 Pro has only 800 ANSI Lumens. In other words, Jenovox M4000 Pro is much brighter than the M3000 Pro model. If you want to use the projector during the daytime, then you need to pick a projector with higher brightness. Though Jenovox M3000 Pro is less bright than the sibling, but it has longer lamp life.

As for color gamut, the two Jenovox projectors have the same 135% color coverage of BT.709. Check our previous post on Projector Color Gamut to know more details about color gamut.

In terms of image adjustment technique, Jenovox M4000 Pro and Jenovox M3000 Pro both have autofocus and 8-point keystone correction, making image adjustment convenient and quick.

HDR is also a helpful image technique for improving image details. The two projectors support HDR10 to enhance image brightness and contrast. We can see that the image with HDR is obviously better in image color and contrast.

You may be interested in Dolby Vision vs HDR10 vs HLG.

System

Jenovox M4000 Pro and Jenovox M3000 Pro are both powered by the Android system, meaning that you can download various apps on the projector and enjoy content directly. It is worth noting that the system is not Android TV, therefore the system has no built-in Google services.

The two projectors are equipped with the same MT9652 chip and built-in 3GB+32G memory. The MTK9652 chipset is widely seen in some high-end TV. The larger the memory, the quicker response, and the bigger the storage.

In terms of the projection system, the two projectors have the same 0.47 DMD chip and DLP display technology. The DLP projector is widely used in smart home projectors because of its low cost and small size.

Audio

Jenovox M4000 Pro and Jenovox M3000 Pro have the same dual 5W speakers. The speakers are not loud and powerful enough compared with some smart projectors, but they can be connected to some high-end speakers. It is a pity that the two projectors don’t support Dolby Audio. Therefore, you need to turn off Dolby Audio when watching movies or shows on some streaming platforms.

A projector with low noise can deliver a pleasant audio experience. Jenovox M4000 Pro produces a typical noise of no more than 25 dB while Jenovox M3000 Pro produces noise of about 30 dB.

Connectivity

The connectivity represents the external possibilities of a projector. In terms of Wi-Fi sync, Jenovox M4000 Pro is better as it supports three mainstream mirroring techniques, including Airplay/Miracast/DLNA.

 Jenovox M4000 ProJenovox M3000 Pro
MirroringAirplay / Miracast / DLNAMiscast / Airplay
PortsUSB2.0×1
HDMI2.0×1
RJ45×1
DC×1
3.5mm Earphone ×1
Optical Fiber Audio×1
USB2.0×1
RJ45×1
HDMI-compatible (ARC)×1
S/PDIF×1
3.5 Audio output×1

As for wireless connectivity, the two projectors both support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. In terms of a wired connection, the two projectors are both equipped with versatile ports, including USB 2.0, HDMI 2.0, RJ45, and earphone interfaces. However, Jenovox M4000 Pro is better in HDMI and audio connectivity, as it has HDMI 2.0 interface and optical Fiber Audio.

Pros and Cons

Jenovox M4000 Pro

Pros

  • 2,000 ANSI lumens
  • HDR10
  • HDMI 2.0
  • 3+32G Memory
  • 3D
  • Android OS
  • Wi-Fi & Bluetooth

Cons

  • Only 1 HDMI

Jenovox M3000 Pro

Pros

  • HDR10
  • 3+32G Memory
  • 3D
  • Android OS
  • Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
  • Lower Cost

Cons

  • No HDMI 2.0
  • Lower Brightness

Conclusion

After careful comparison between the two Jenovox models, we can see that Jenovox M4000 Pro performs better in terms of brightness, screen mirroring, and connectivity, while Jenovox M3000 Pro is more cost-effective.

If you prefer to use a projector during the daytime, then you can choose Jenovox M4000 Pro as it is brighter. If you are used to using the projector at night, then you can choose Jenovox M3000 Pro as it has a lower cost.

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