ViewSonic Pro8200 DLP Top Theater Projector Review

The ViewSonic Pro8200 DLP Top Theater Projector is a pretty nice projector at a great value price point.  It is a capable short throw projector with a native 1080p resolution.  It is able to really stand out thanks in part to the Texas Instruments DarkChip3 technology and an exclusive 7-segment ...

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Yamaha YSP-4100 Digital Sound Projector Review

I’ve had the opportunity to review several soundbar systems over the last year, and Yamaha’s YSP-4100 is the best-sounding unit yet. Then again, this is no ordinary soundbar but what Yamaha calls a Digital Sound Projector. The YSP-4100 is long: it measures 40.25 inches wide, stands nearly 8.5 inches high, ...

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Optoma HD20 DLP Projector Review

With the roll out of Optoma’s HD20 DLP home projector last year, the reality of a 1080p projector lower than $1000 was finally realized.  As Blu-ray is rapidly growing in popularity, there’s no reason that home theater gurus with growing collections of stunning 1080p transfers need to hold off on ...

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Epson Home Cinema 1080p Projector Review

The Epson Home Cinema 1080UB is a 1080p LCD projector, designed with superior black levels in its class as the main selling point.   Epson dismissed the square, blocky look of most projectors (and, for that matter, Epson’s newer models) in favour of a sexy, contoured look.  The projector has no ...

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Optoma HD806 Projector Review

After the Optoma HD8000 replaced last year’s HD80, Optoma created the HD806 for a different segment of projector enthusiasts.  While the projector is still being positioned in their home theater line, the HD806 excels in more light output than other projectors in the Optoma line.  According to the specs, the ...

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Sony VPL-VW85 SXRD Projector Review

Not long ago, projecting an image large enough to fill anything bigger than an 80” screen required purchasing a CRT (cathode ray tube) projector that weighed as much as a Smart Car and who only an investment banker could afford.  Those CRT projectors projected film-like images with wonderful lush colors ...

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