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Review Updates

Last Friday morning we posted the review of the Epson Home Cinema 8500. At the end of the day we followed up with a shootout article comparing the Epson 8500 with the Panny AE4000.

This week we are working on the JVC RS25, and comparing it to the other 1080p projectors we have in house. This review should be completed by Friday, if all goes well.

Evan Powell
Editor

Reader Comments(4 comments)

Posted Oct 28, 2009 8:37:01 AM

By Karl

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What about Optoma ThemeScene HD86? Will you be getting it soon?

Greetings,

Karl

Posted Oct 27, 2009 2:53:17 AM

By Raff

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Good news you are working on the JVC! I ordered the RS15 based on the excellent reviews of last year RS10. I wanted frame interpolation for sport events. But with huge disappointment, when collecting the projector from the shop, I had a demo and I saw how terrible FI is, with lots of artifacts. I left the projector in the shop, waiting for news from JVC on new software. The price increase is not justifiable compared to RS10 if FI is so bad. Looking forward for your comments! Thanks!

Posted Oct 26, 2009 3:29:56 PM

By Morris

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Evan Thanks so much for all your greatw work! Any plan on reviewing the JVC RS15?

Posted Oct 26, 2009 3:14:09 PM

By Wyat

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I love projector season!!

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