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Projector Reviews and Official Threads

Panasonic PT-AE7000U Official Thread

Panasonic PT-AR100U Official Thread

Mitsubishi HC9000 Official Thread

Mitsubishi HC7800 Official Thread

BenQ W7000 Official Thread

Sony VPL-HW30(A)ES 3D Projector - Official Thread

Epson PowerLite® Home Cinema 3010/3010e Official Thread

EPSON® PowerLite® Home Cinema 5010/5010e Official Thread

Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema 6010 Official Thread

Sharp XV-Z17000 Official Thread

Panasonic PT-AE4000 LCD HD Home Cinema Projector: Official Thread

Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8500 LCD Projector: Official Thread

Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8100 LCD Projector: Official Thread

Mitsubishi HC3800 DLP Projector: Official Thread

BenQ W6000 DLP Projector: Official Thread

Viewsonic Pro8100

Epson Home Cinema 720

Mitsubishi HC6800 LCD Projector: Official Thread

LG CF181D LCOS Projector: Official Thread

Optoma HD20

BenQ W5000

Epson TW-2000 (PRO UB) review


Sanyo PLV-Z4 Reviews | Owners and Service Manual

Panasonic PT-AE2000U 1080p HD Projector

Epson EMP-TW700 / Pro Cinema 810 review

Interesting Threads

Panasonic gets the go ahead to Buy Sanyo

Epson 8100 thoughts

New Epson 6500UB and SeymourAV Center Stage XD Screen

BenQ W10000 New Owner Brief Review

Light spillage -- how much with FP?

How Long Does Your Projector Lamp Last

Links with cool tips and ideas.

THX Home Theater Display Setup

Calibration guide for AVIA and DVE from RAM Electronics

Avical's DVE tutorial

Carlton Bale's Home Theater Calculator

Projector Central Calculator - Just enter your projector brand and model number and it will tell you what screen size you can get for your throw distance, etc. It also will tell you how many foot lamberts you will be projecting.
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