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Projectors vs. TVs: Which is best for your home theater?

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TVs win by a landslide. No question.

Throughout the categories, we detailed an ideal projector setup: Blacked-out room, wall-sized screen, carefully arranged furniture, and a rocking sound system attached. It’s an involved setup — and a pricey one — but nothing else delivers the cinematic experience (3D and all) of a projector-driven home theater. And if that’s what you’re after, some diligence, a little planning, and some patience will deliver a knockout performance that will keep your friends knocking down your door for years to come.
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Sony Expands Laser Projector Lineup

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Sony Electronics’ newest WUXGA laser projectors, the VPL-PHZ60 (6,000lm) and VPL-PHZ50 (5,000lm), combine image quality with flexibility and reliability.

The projectors offer exceptional image quality, driven by Sony’s original “Reality Creation” technology, which provides enhanced clarity, authenticity and expression in images and text, without increasing digital picture noise. Additionally, the projectors’ 3LCD laser light source maintains bright, vivid and true to life colors and imagery. Accurate color reproduction is further supported by the signal processing engine’s color gradation capabilities.

Additionally, Sony’s unique picture engine enables the new “Bright View” feature which projects vivid images with high visibility even in bright environments, while faithfully maintaining the RGB balance with minimal color shift. By detecting the video signal pixel-by-pixel and dynamically optimizing the process, contrast is improved while maintaining color reproduction. The projectors are designed to deliver crisp and bright images even in well-lit environments for effective presentation.
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