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Evan Powell — Nov 14, 2005
We posted the new review of the Mitsubishi HC3000 on Friday afternoon. Those on our free NewsAlert email list were notified by email when it was posted. If you are not on our email list and want to be, just enter your email address in the NewsAlert block on the home page. We never sell or distribute our private email list--we just use it to notify regular readers of newly posted reviews and updates.more
Evan Powell — Nov 2, 2005
As you may have noticed on the home page, we have just posted the results of our side by side testing of the Sanyo PLV-Z4 and the Optoma H79. Things are changing rapidly in this industry, and it is a wild ride, to be sure. Next up on test bench are the Mitsubishi HC3000 and the Epson Cinema 550, both of which have just arrived. Assuming they are in working order, we will get reviews of both of them done as soon as possible.
Evan Powell — Oct 26, 2005
The big question now is just how good are the new high contrast LCD projectors in comparison to the DLP competition? We have been looking at the Panny AE900 side by side with the BenQ PE7700 to get a better feel for it. These are both 1280x720 resolution projectors in the same general price range, with the most fundamental difference between them being that the AE900 uses LCD technology, while the PE7700 features a DLP light engine. Bill's comments on this mini-shootout have just been posted here. We are also doing a separate mini-shootout of the Sanyo Z4 against the more expensive DLP-based Optoma H79. The results of that study will be posted by the first part...more
Evan Powell — Oct 14, 2005
Evan Powell — Oct 3, 2005
I know everyone is anxious to see reviews on the newly announced products at CEDIA. Currently we have (in alpha order) the Mitsubishi HC3000, the Panasonic AE900, and the Sanyo PLV-Z4 in the lab. We are spending a lot of individual time with each of them, and also viewing them side-by-side with a variety of sources.more