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Steve May  |  Aug 01, 2019  |  0 comments

With its smart design, LED light source and powerful soundbar sonics, the ViewSonic X10-4K bucks the projector trend.

HCC News Team  |  Jul 31, 2019  |  First Published: Jul 30, 2019  |  0 comments
Enjoy a captivating home cinema experience with this easy-to-install Full HD model from the leading projector specialist...
Steve May  |  Jul 12, 2019  |  0 comments
The first of a new breed of more colour-rich 4K DLP projectors, BenQ’s W2700 is both affordable and impressive...
John Archer  |  May 07, 2019  |  0 comments
This high-end 4K projector breaks new HDR ground – which explains why it's so expensive
Steve May  |  Feb 25, 2019  |  0 comments
Sony’s VPL-VW570ES marks a performance step-up over the VPL-VW270ES. But it comes at a price...
John Archer  |  Feb 11, 2019  |  0 comments
Sony kicks off its latest 4K projector lineup in style with this impressive performer
Steve May  |  Feb 11, 2019  |  0 comments
'Badges? We don't need no (stinking) badges!' So declared Mexican bandit Gold Hat (Alfonso Bedoya) in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. He clearly wasn't an AV fan. We all love badges. And there's no shortage on Epson's latest projector, the EH-TW7400: 3LCD, 3D, 4K Enhancement, HDR and Pro UHD. The latter is a new one on me. But that's fine. The more the merrier.
John Archer  |  Nov 30, 2018  |  0 comments
The wave of affordable 4K projectors just keeps on coming – I now find myself lapping up an impressively talented 4K (and HDR) projector from BenQ that costs just £1,200. And 3D fans will be ecstatic to learn that, unusually in today’s projector and TV world, the TK800 supports 3D playback, making it a possible upgrade to anyone clinging on to a Full HD 3D model.
Steve May  |  Sep 28, 2018  |  0 comments
'Progress always comes late'. Projectionist Alfredo said that of non-combustible film in Cinema Paradiso, but he might well have been talking about 4K home cinema projection. The technology has reluctantly, and expensively, trailed UHD flatscreens. But thanks to a new generation of DLP models, it has finally put on a welcome spurt.
Steve May  |  Jul 07, 2018  |  0 comments
Black level performance, colour vibrancy and raw resolution are widely recognised as the holy trinity of home cinema projection, and with the 4K HDR-capable UHZ65, Optoma comes close to giving movie fans a suitably religious experience.
John Archer  |  Apr 20, 2018  |  0 comments
I wouldn’t normally describe a £15,000 home entertainment product as a bargain. But in the case of the Sony VPL-VW760ES projector, I'm more than happy to make an exception.
John Archer  |  Mar 26, 2018  |  0 comments

It used to be fairly easy to predict what each new generation of JVC projector would give you. A bit more brightness, even more contrast, and maybe a new calibration tool or two. It’s starting to look, though, as if JVC has gone as far as it can in contrast and brightness terms with its proprietary D-ILA projection tech. The new DLA-X5900 reviewed here claims the same 1,800 Lumens brightness and 400,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio figures delivered by its predecessor, the X5500. 

Steve May  |  Aug 13, 2017  |  0 comments

It’s been a long time coming, but finally the DLP camp is rolling out UHD projectors for the home. Until now, if you wanted 2160p resolution on the biggest of screens, your choice was either to buy one of Sony’s native SXRD offerings or opt for a pixel-shifting pretender from JVC or Epson. The arrival of DLP 4K seeks to blow that cosy duopoly out of the water.

John Archer  |  May 18, 2017  |  0 comments

While other brands have finally got their act together, for a long time Sony was the only game in town if you wanted a genuine 4K home cinema projector. The VW550ES is its latest 4K model, and its £9,000 price tag immediately reminds us that native 4K projection doesn’t yet come cheap. In fact, the projector hits the market with a ticket higher than its well-received VW520ES predecessor.

John Archer  |  Apr 22, 2017  |  0 comments
Somehow, Epson’s new EH-TW7300 only costs £2,200. That's despite it being one of only a handful of projectors capable of playing both 4K and high dynamic range sources. Surely such a ground-breaking deal has to be too good to be true?

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