The Art of Home Theater Projectors

Mitsubishi HC9000D 3D 1080p projector arriving next week

UPDATE: The Mitsubishi HC9000D projector review has been posted!

For review… That’s it folks. I haven’t seen it since CES, where the setup had problems (very engineering sample, and shipping damaged), but still managed 3D. With a price tag over $5K, and an SXRD LCoS engine, Mitsubishi is pricing it roughly halfway between Sony’s just announced VPL-HW30ES (click for specifications), and the already reviewed VPL-VW90ES (click for review) – both 3D capable and ready to go.

Should be very interesting! Can’t wait. Got my 3D content ready, and tired of watching 3D on an Optoma GT720 (click for review) game computer, who’s black levels are nothing short of poor. On the other hand, the GT720′s got lumens enough for 3D, something most of the higher end 3D projectors (under $15K) seem to lack). We’ll run it through the paces, from standard, to 3D movies, 3D games, sports in 3D, and more. Is this the one to own? We shall see. -art

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