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  1. Toshiba 46WM48P review

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    Once the exclusive domain of high-end brands like Sim 2 and Loewe, DLP rear-pro sets are now hitting the mainstream, with a range of different brands suddenly launching a glut of them, the latest of which is long-time CRT rear-projection king, Toshiba.

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    Sharp XV-Z12000 review

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    Replacing the visually similar XV-Z10000, the XV-Z12000 offers improved performance for £1,000 less and represents Sharp's most focussed attack yet on the high-end projector ramparts. Being a DLP projector...

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    Optoma ThemeScene H30A review

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    Few projectors have caused quite such a stir as Optoma's ThemeScene H30. It practically rewrote the rule book on what sort of quality we could expect to find on a budget product.

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    Barco Cineversum 110 review

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    There's DLP, and then there's three-chip DLP. Comparing the picture from a three-chip projector to single-chip models is like comparing DVD with normal videotape. A year ago, three-chip models generally cost as much as a house...

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    NEC HT410 review

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    Single-chip DLP technology has fallen dramatically in price of late and experienced data projector manufacturers like NEC have picked up the technology and run with it - straight into your living room

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    Thomson 50DLY645 review

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    The irresistible rise of DLP technology shows no signs of letting up. We're about to witness a glut of incoming DLP rear-projection TVs and Thomson's 50in 50DLY645 is one of the most 'mainstream' (ie, affordable) of these DLP newcomers

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    Sim2 Grand Cinema RTX55 review

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    Now that know-how and technology has been applied to a 55in projection TV, allowing those of us without much viewing space to reap the benefits Sim2's DLPs can offer

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    Thomson 32WM403 review

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    It's fair to say that 32in TVs selling for under £600 are pretty rare. Especially when they've got 100Hz processing. And even more so when they boast Thomson's exclusive picture processing.

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    Yamaha LPX-510 review

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    Yamaha does not currently list a wide range of projectors, but although the range is small, it's undeniably select. The LPX-510 covers most of the usual bases in terms of connections. There is no computer D-Sub, but you do get HDMI with HDCP encryption

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    Sanyo PLV-Z3 review

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    The task facing Sanyo's PLV-Z3 projector today is a simple one: as an LCD-based model, has it got what it takes to stand tall against the 'flavour of the month' DLP models out there?The PLV-Z3 certainly looks confident

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    Panasonic PT-AE700E review

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    Good news from the projector world is that you can get more for less as the market becomes more crowded and competitive. Take the subject of this test: the Panasonic PT-AE700E. It is an LCD projector, but an unusually refined one

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    JVC DLA-HX1E review

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    The banner headlines in the JVC promotional literature tell the story clearly. The headline feature here is D-ILA technology 'for smooth, flicker free high resolution images'

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    Infocus Screenplay 777 review

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    Regular readers will have noticed what seems like a sudden influx of high price, high performance projectors which use three DLP chips. The downside at the present state of the art is bulk - and cost

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    Infocus Screenplay 5700 review

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    Infocus Screenplay started life as a manufacturer of business projector, but has gone on to establish a well-specified and affordable home cinema portfolio. The 5700 is based on one of Texas Instrument's better DMD optical chipsets...

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    Toshiba TLP-ET1 review

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    Although Toshiba's TLP-ET1 isn't the only projector to break the £1,000 barrier, it's certainly the roundest! It has been built to form a practically perfect circle, with only the lens sticking out from the side of what we can thus assume...

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    Sharp XV-Z10 review

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    Sharp's XV-Z10 is the company's latest affordable home cinema projector. A compact projector that can be permanentlyinstalled or brought out as and when it's needed, the XV-Z10 demonstrates its domestic aspirations...

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    Sony Cineza VPL-HS3 review

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    Sony's Cineza VPL-HS3 projector arrives with the weight of expectation on its shoulders. As well as being the third generation of Sony's groundbreaking Cineza home projector concept, with its unparalleled living-room friendliness...

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    Hitachi Illumina PJ-TX10 review

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    Hitachi's projectors to date have tended to be reasonably well received, offering a cute mix of user-friendliness, attractive pricing and decent pictures. But unlike many of its predecessors, the new Illumina PJ-TX10 is completely designed...

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