Davis CinemaOne      InFocus LP755

Mitsubishi LVP-X300      Sony VPL-VW10HT

What is the best video projector? Whether you want the ideal home theater set-up, or top quality video in the boardroom, or the best combo machine for portable business/home use, everyone wants the best video they can get. So whatever the application, the quest for high-performance video is driving much of the LCD and DLP projector market at the moment.

Thus in this installment of ProjectorCentral Product Reviews, we look at four projectors reputed to be solid video performers: the Davis CinemaOne, the InFocus LP755, the Mitsubishi LVP-X300, and the Sony VPL-VW10HT.

Each of these projectors are in the same general price class. At this writing, street prices of these models from participating dealers on ProjectorCentral currently range from $5,400 to $7,200. Put any one of them in your home theater and you will be able to give yourself, as well as your friends and neighbors, a dramatic visual experience.

Which is the best? Well, the truth is that each of these products offers features that none of the other three have. Each has a few weaknesses as well. So there's no such thing as the perfect projector for everyone. Our goal is to highlight the advantages and limitations of each of them so you can decide which is the best for you.

Once you decide which projector you want, you can request bids online from dealers right here. Or you can check actual selling price quotations from various dealers in the Current Prices section, and click directly to each dealer's website for more information.

Meanwhile, follow these links to each product review...

Davis CinemaOne       InFocus LP755

Mitsubishi LVP-X300       Sony VPL-VW10HT

PLEASE NOTE: Products designed for business use may not be approved by government agencies for home use. If you are buying a projector exclusively for home use, check with your dealer or the manufacturer to ensure that the product complies with government agency regulations for home use. If the projector does not comply with these regulations, you might experience electronic interference with other appliances.