review of the Samsung SP-H710AE. This is one of the units that Joe Kane helped to develop, and it definitely has his fingerprints on it. This is a beautiful model with a variety of features that will appeal to the videophile looking to allocate about $4,000 for a projector. It isn't for everyone--but then no projector is, which is why there are so many of them to choose from.">review of the Samsung SP-H710AE. This is one of the units that Joe Kane helped to develop, and it definitely has his fingerprints on it. This is a beautiful model with a variety of features that will appeal to the videophile looking to allocate about $4,000 for a projector. It isn't for everyone--but then no projector is, which is why there are so many of them to choose from.">review of the Samsung SP-H710AE. This is one of the units that Joe Kane helped to develop, and it definitely has his fingerprints on it. This is a beautiful model with a variety of features that will appeal to the videophile looking to allocate about $4,000 for a projector. It isn't for everyone--but then no projector is, which is why there are so many of them to choose from.">review of the Samsung SP-H710AE. This is one of the units that Joe Kane helped to develop, and it definitely has his fingerprints on it. This is a beautiful model with a variety of features that will appeal to the videophile looking to allocate about $4,000 for a projector. It isn't for everyone--but then no projector is, which is why there are so many of them to choose from."/>
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A Beautiful Model

We have just posted a new review of the Samsung SP-H710AE. This is one of the units that Joe Kane helped to develop, and it definitely has his fingerprints on it. This is a beautiful model with a variety of features that will appeal to the videophile looking to allocate about $4,000 for a projector. It isn't for everyone--but then no projector is, which is why there are so many of them to choose from.

I was hoping to post a review of the Sanyo PLV-80 by today as well. But I am still exercising it a bit, so the posting will be delayed for another couple of days. This is a big machine, rated at 3000 ANSI lumens, so it is much brighter than a typical home theater model. However, it is a pleasure to light up this brilliant unit. For those who have commercial applications for widescreen video, the PLV-80 is a unique product that may be the perfect solution.

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