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Epson 8350 wins Editor's Choice

Two great, inexpensive projectors in the spotlight: The Epson Home Cinema 8350, for home theater at $1,299, and the Samsung F10, the brightest LED projector to hit the market at just $1,099...more

Panasonic AE4000 Announced

Panasonic has announced the AE4000, at a price of $1,999. And our review of the Vivitek H1080FD has just been posted.more

Updated HT Review Schedule

We are currently working on several home theater projector reviews, including the Epson 8100, which is Epson's new entry level 1080p model priced at $1,599.more

Upcoming Home Theater Reviews

Preliminary notes on a pre-production sample of the Mitsubishi HC3800 have just been posted. Once we get a final production sample, we will replace these notes with a full review. In addition, we currently have several new home theater projectors in review that have either been released or are about to be released.more

Home Theater review news

By the end of this month we will have received advance samples of three or four new home theater projectors to be released at CEDIA on September 9. So we are busy reviewing projectors that we are not allowed to discuss yet.more

1080p goes under $1,000

The Vivitek H1080FD and the Optoma HD20, both just announced, are the first 1080p home theater projectors to come to market under $1,000.more

CES Impressions

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) just wrapped up yesterday in Las Vegas. All things considered it was a quieter show that usual. There was not a lot of pre-show buzz. And, to nobody's surprise, attendance was down noticeably from years past. However, that was all good for those of us who don't care for lines and crowds. It was easier to get around, and for that reason probably the most pleasant CES experience in memory.more