Mitsubishi HC6800 Projector Review
Close up of a computer monitor, from Space Cowboys (Blu-ray).The DLA-RS25 holds its own against most, but not a few of the sharpest DLP projectors.
Mitsubishi HC6800: Bottom Line Sharpness
Along with the HC7000, the HC6800 becomes a prime candidate for a lot of folk who really want a sharper image. I hear this a lot from folk who have owned a DLP, followed by an LCD, and some complain they sorely miss the sharpness. Well, this is one LCD projector they should find acceptable, it may not be the best, but it should come close enough for most people.
The HC6800 is very clean when it comes to light leakage. No problem here at all.
Mitsubishi HC6800 Image Noise
The HC6800 performs very nicely on the tests I use on the HQV test disc. Nothing worth reporting.Nice and quiet. Mitsubishi claims 20 db in low power mode. I’d say they’re right. That should put full power mode around 24 db, or at worst 25 db. And that’s still very quiet by home theater projector standards. Can you say “Excellent!”?
Mitsubishi HC6800 Audible Noise
Nice and quiet. Mitsubishi claims 20 db in low power mode. I’d say they’re right. That should put full power mode around 24 db, or at worst 25 db. And that’s still very quiet by home theater projector standards. Can you say “Excellent!”?
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