Projectors

Planar PD7060
REVIEW

Planar PD7060

You probably haven't heard of Planar before. But on the evidence of the PD7060, you'll surely be hearing more about it in the future, for it's a really startling combination of high quality pictures and aggressive pricing that could well have more established rivals scurrying for cover

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 2 November 2007

Typical price: £1,750.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

projectiondesign Action! M20
REVIEW

projectiondesign Action! M20

The projectiondesign Action! M20 is admittedly pretty costly by the standards of 720p DLP projectors these days. But it just about justifies that cost with a terrific design and a picture performance that's lifted a notch above most rivals by the addition of new BrilliantColor technology

4 stars Editors' rating on 23 October 2007

Typical price: £3,500.00

Panasonic PT-AX100E
REVIEW

Panasonic PT-AX100E

Panasonic's PT-AX100E is the best projector we've seen at this price. It's fully featured, easy to use and capable of excellent performance in practically any lighting conditions

4 stars Editors' rating on 6 June 2007
JVC True Black DLA-HD1
REVIEW

JVC True Black DLA-HD1

JVC's DLA-HD1 is a ground-breaking projector in that it beams out images with extremely natural colours and black levels to a degree that we've not seen before in this price range. Our praise, however, is tempered by the fact it's not quite as sharp or as bright as some of its cheaper rivals

4 stars Editors' rating on 16 March 2007

Typical price: £4,500.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

Toshiba TDP-ET20
REVIEW

Toshiba TDP-ET20

Toshiba's ET20 is a one-stop solution for watching big screen films in a small space. You need less than a metre to plug-and-play with integrated DVD player and speakers, but images are average and the sound is almost irrelevant

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 13 December 2006
4.5 stars User rating out of 1 vote
BenQ W100
REVIEW

BenQ W100

We're not sure how much of a margin BenQ can be making on the W100, but frankly, we don't care. All that matters to us is that, although it's far from perfect, the W100 delivers better movie performance than any other projector in its price class

3 stars Editors' rating on 21 September 2006
Toshiba MT400
REVIEW

Toshiba MT400

Toshiba's MT400 has been specifically designed for home use. It's stylish, compact and well connected, with extraordinary performance from standard-definition sources at a price that won't break the bank

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 30 May 2006
Sim2 C3X
REVIEW

Sim2 C3X

Sim2's C3X is one of the classiest projectors on the block. It offers everything the high-end user could possibly want and has the added bonus of being something of a looker. If you want to top off a home cinema with the ultimate in picture quality then this projector is happy to deliver it

4 stars Editors' rating on 27 February 2006

Typical price: £13,000.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

InFocus ScreenPlay 7210
REVIEW

InFocus ScreenPlay 7210

The ScreenPlay 7210 is a classy DLP projector, with a rich, cinematic picture quality, high-definition compatibility and enough connectivity to cater for your AV collection while leaving space for HD DVD and Blu-ray. If you've spent time and money on your home-cinema setup, then the 7210 deserves to be at the heart of it

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 1 February 2006

Typical price: £3,500.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

InFocus ScreenPlay 777
REVIEW

InFocus ScreenPlay 777

It's actually impossible to criticise the InFocus ScreenPlay 777. The price is obviously prohibitive, but it gives an indication not only of the pinnacle of today's home cinema, but what will very feasibly be available for under £5,000 in a few years' time. The overriding message is clear though: this is a cinematic projector so good it leaves you speechless

4 stars Editors' rating on 17 October 2005

Typical price: £9,999.00

See manufacturer website for availability.