Panasonic PT-AE8000U Home Theater Projector Review
Post calibration color looked pretty natural. No sunburned faces, or other obvious flaws, in fact most people would just think – “looks outstanding,” but for those of us who are trying to discern the best picture quality, every subtlety counts!
The picture tends to look right. There’s always something better, but the PT-AE8000 will simply blow away your friends, and you, in a proper room with good lighting control and darker surfaces. It will not offend. In that it perhaps is a bit more forgiving in the naturalness of the picture than perhaps a few of those others that have a bit better blacks, for more pop. Remember, color is fun when you are watching something where the colors are supposed to jump out at you, like a balloon festival, but you want a projector that’s not over the top. The Panny fits that description pretty well.
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