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Evan Powell — Mar 6, 2012
This time of year is normally quiet in the home theater side of the business, but we've got two more 1080p 3D models on the near term schedule...more
Evan Powell — Mar 23, 2011
Sharp staged a beautiful demo of their new Z17000 3-D projector at CES in January. Now we've had a chance to road test it...more
Evan Powell — Apr 29, 2009
The SharpVision Z15000 review is posted. If you don't see it yet on the home page, click Projector Reviews in the left column.
Big News ... Epson has released its new edition of Frame Interpolation. We will be installing it and testing it tomorrow. If you are an Epson owner in the USA waiting for this update, call Epson Product Support at 562-276-4394 for more information.
Evan Powell — Apr 27, 2009
Due to a nasty flu that hit me hard last night, I will not be able to finish the Sharp Z15000 review today has I had hoped. I am so dizzy I can barely sit in this chair to type this note. My apologies, as I know everyone is expecting it. I will do my best to get it done by tomorrow.
Evan Powell — Apr 23, 2009
Here's the latest scoop on the Home Theater and Education reviews we currently have in progress...more
Evan Powell — Apr 22, 2009
We are currently reviewing the Sharp Z15000. Overall, this is a fine looking projector that we're quite enthused about. During the course of the review several questions have popped up that we've forwarded to Sharp. We've found no technical problems, but we want to understand in more detail how the unit is programmed to operate in various modes. We are waiting for a response from Sharp. Asssuming that is forthcoming, we will get the Z15000 review posted either Friday or Monday afternoon.
Evan Powell — Apr 1, 2009
The long-awaited review of the Epson 6100 was posted on Monday. This one takes the prize for the longest time we've ever spent reviewing a projector! It's a perfect projector for those who need a lot of light, and who are on a budget but still want 1080p performance.
Tomorrow afternoon we will post a review of the Stewart Studiotek 100, a perfectly neutral 1.0 gain white screen designed for professional use.more