March 8th, 2009 Art Feierman
UPDATE: The full 1080p Home Theater Projector Comparison Report has been posted.
OK, I’ve been getting emails asking when the report will be posted. I’ve got good news and bad. The good news is that I will publish Friday or Saturday (that tends to mean Saturday night). As is my tendency, each year the report gets bigger. It’s pretty massive, and will include new sections to help people figure out which ones are best for their situation. One such section talks about which projectors are best for larger projector screens. Another deals with those only looking for movie viewing, and another for those planing on movies and lots of TV/HDTV and sports. Read the rest of this entry »
December 22nd, 2008 Art Feierman
Just a quick heads up, about some changes in terms of our published measurements of projectors.
MIke, who took over doing our measurements and calibration of projectors this past spring, uses the same gear I had been using previously – an Optic One light sensor, and AVIA Pro software.
As I have commented on, a couple of times, our projector lumen measurements have consistently come out higher Read the rest of this entry »
October 19th, 2008 Art Feierman
In studying our visitors’ habits while reading my projector reviews I have noticed several patterns. I believe they call for a review redesign, and I’ll appreciate getting feedback before implementing changes in about a week. Read the rest of this entry »
September 8th, 2008 Art Feierman
Greetings all: I’m normally buried in emails requesting advice. It’s getting out of hand, in that there just isn’t close to enough time to answer all, or even most of your questions. I therefore thought it would be helpful to you to explain where I am at answering questions, and how to improve your chances of getting an answer. I composed this email from the show, and decided that making a blog out of it would be helpful to my readers… Read the rest of this entry »
May 20th, 2008 Art Feierman
OK, heads up, things are changing, although only slightly. With the goal in mind of cranking out a few more projector reviews a year, I’ve decided to job out, a bit of the work. Starting with the next review, the Optoma HD65, I’ve got help with calibration and measurements. Actually, I’ll be doing my usual watching of the projectors before any measurements to get a feel for their “out of the box” performance. At that point, however, I’ll be calling Mike Rollett, who will take charge of all measurements and calibration. Mike’s an old hand, and is also writing articles for my site. Read the rest of this entry »