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Epson HC720 Home Theater Projector: Sharpness 2

Posted on October 5, 2008 by Art Feierman
The difference between the Epson and the Panasonic PT-AX200U is immediately obvious, with the Panasonic appearing rather soft. Our last sharpness image is a close-up of this computer monitor from Space Cowboys on Blu-ray. You can click for larger images to compare the readability, Click on the left thumbnail for a large, cropped version of the original frame on the Epson (left), and the middle for the Panasonic PT-AX200U. On the right, the very sharp, 1080p Sharp XV-Z20000 ($11,995 list).

This next image is from Aeon Flux. Look at the sharpness in her eyes, and the details in her hair, including loose strands

Bottom line: The Epson Home Cinema 720 is a cut above the Panasonic PT-AX200U and several of the DLP competition. Overall, it produces crisp looking images. Definitely one of the Epson's strongest assets!

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Rich dynamic colors, are the Epson's trademark. While I didn't get a picture of it, the other night the family was watching The Departed, and there was a funeral scene with a large American flag. I can't recall any better looking overall colors on the red, white, and blue flag, in both saturation and tonal accuracy. Stunning!

Once the Home Cinema 720 is properly adjusted, general scenes just look great. Here are some samples for your consideration:

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