HD Projectors - 1080p for the Ultimate Home Theater

1080p projectors are the ideal solution for top of the line home theater performance. When making your choice, consider throw distance and lens shift features (if needed) to make sure the model you want can be installed comfortably into your intended viewing room. All models are sufficiently bright for dark room viewing on screens up to 110" diagonal. However, some are brighter and can accommodate ambient light or larger screen sizes.

Optoma EH330UST DLP
If you need a bright, 1080p image in a tight space, the $1,599 EH330UST is a prime candidate. It can throw a 100" diagonal image from j... more»
ViewSonic PX706HD DLP Highly Rated
The ViewSonic PX706HD ($700) is designed with a focus on gaming first and home theater second. The most obvious gaming-related feature ... more»
ViewSonic LS800HD DLP Highly Rated
The ViewSonic LS800HD is a 5000-lumen laser-driven 1920x1080 projector designed to perform in wide a range of environments -- from clas... more»
BenQ HT2050A DLP Highly Rated
The $749 BenQ HT2050A is a small step up in price from an entry level 1080p home theater projector but a significant step up in picture... more»
ViewSonic Pro7827HD DLP Highly Rated
The ViewSonic Pro7827HD is one of the more impressive choices in this eight-projector roundup. It delivers excellent color accuracy, th... more»
BenQ HT1070A DLP Highly Rated
At $599, the BenQ HT1070A is a solid value and a strong contender among sub-$700 home theater models, particularly for traditional home... more»
Epson Home Cinema 1060 3 LCD Highly Rated
Even at $649, the Epson Home Cinema 1060 delivers more than enough to make it a solid value, starting with the highest brightness for a... more»
Optoma HD27e DLP Highly Rated
The Optoma HD27e is a solid value at $599 street. An upgraded version of the Optoma HD27, it offers similar specs, but a slightly highe... more»
ViewSonic PJD7828HDL DLP Highly Rated
The ViewSonic PJD7828HDL is an impressive value for $589. It delivers the best contrast and sense of depth for any of its sub-$700 comp... more»
Optoma HD29Darbee DLP Highly Rated
With its DarbeeVision Image Processor, Full 3D, 16.5 ms input lag, and support for ISF Day and Night modes, the Optoma HD29Darbee deliv... more»
ViewSonic PJD7720HD DLP Highly Rated
The ViewSonic PJD7720HD delivers an awful lot for $530, starting with image quality that scores well for the price on contrast, on hold... more»
Optoma HD143X DLP Highly Rated
At just $549, the Optoma HD143X stands out for its low price for a 1080p home theater projector even among sub-$700 models. It is a lit... more»

Definitions of Commonly Used Projection Technology Terms
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HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a method for protecting copyrighted digital content that uses the DVI (Digital Visual Interface) or HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface, previously known as DVI-CE) by encrypting its transmission between the video source such as a set-top box, DVD player, or computer and the digital display device such as a projector, monitor or television. To view digital HDCP protected content, both the sending and receiving device must support HDCP.

HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface that supports audio/video sources such as a set-top box, DVD player, A/V receiver, and video monitors such as a digital projector or digital television (DTV). HDMI is backward compatiable with DVI 1.0 specification and supports HDCP.

HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio, and interactive controls on a single cable. It transmits all ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committe) HDTV standards and supports 8-channel digital audio. First product releases using HDMI occurred in 2003.

HDTV ready:
A television that supports 720p or 1080i or higher resolutions and does not have a built-in HDTV tuner for off-air reception of HD signals from a special antenna. To view cable and satellite HDTV programming, a cable set-top-box or satellite receiver is required.

1080p is ATSC high definition 1920 x 1080 progressive scan video format where a complete frame of video is delivered at either 60 or 24 frames per second.
Current 1080p Models
(sorted by popularity)
1.  Optoma HD143X
2.  Epson Home Cinema 2150
3.  Optoma GT5500+
4.  Epson 5040UB
5.  Epson Home Cinema 1060
6.  BenQ HT2050A
7.  Sony HW45ES
8.  BenQ HT2150ST
9.  Optoma GT1080Darbee
10.  Optoma GT5600
11.  Optoma HD27e
12.  Optoma HD39Darbee
13.  JVC DLA-RS440U
14.  Epson 4000
15.  Optoma HD27
16.  Optoma HD29Darbee
17.  BenQ HT1070A
18.  Optoma HD27HDR
19.  LG HF85JA
20.  JVC DLA-X590R
21.  ViewSonic Pro7827HD
22.  Epson Europe EH-TW650
23.  JVC DLA-RS540U
24.  Epson 3700
25.  BenQ TH671ST
26.  Epson Home Cinema 2100
27.  Epson Europe EH-TW6700
28.  Epson Pro Cinema 6040UB
29.  JVC DLA-X790R
30.  Epson Home Cinema 2045
31.  ViewSonic PJD7828HDL
32.  Epson 3100
33.  Epson Europe TW9300
34.  BenQ HT3050
35.  BenQ MH530FHD
36.  Sony HW65ES
37.  ViewSonic PX706HD
38.  ViewSonic PX700HD
39.  JVC DLA-X5900BE
40.  LG PF1000UW
41.  Epson Europe EH-TW7300
42.  Acer H6517ST
43.  LG PF1500W
44.  Epson 5040UBe
45.  Epson 4040
46.  JVC DLA-X7900BE
47.  LG HF80JA
48.  BenQ HT4050
49.  Acer Z650
50.  JVC DLA-X570R
51.  Epson LS10500
52.  ViewSonic PX800HD
53.  JVC DLA-X990R
54.  ViewSonic LS820
55.  Epson Europe EH-TW6700W
56.  JVC DLA-X5900WE
57.  Epson Europe TW9300W
58.  JVC DLA-RS520
59.  Vivitek H1188
60.  JVC DLA-RS420
61.  ViewSonic PX725HD
62.  Epson Europe EH-LS10500
63.  JVC DLA-X770R
64.  JVC DLA-RS640U
65.  Epson 3900
66.  BenQ HT6050
67.  JVC DLA-X9900BE
68.  JVC X550R
69.  BenQ W8000
70.  JVC DLA-X970R
72.  JVC X950R
73.  JVC X750R
74.  JVC DLA-X7900WE
75.  JVC DLA-RS620
(10/20/18 - 03:35 AM PST)
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