Posted on April 7, 2012 By Art Feierman
To further assist you in comparing projectors easily, this page starts with links to comparisons over the last two years, as we add a number more in the next few weeks.
To access comparisons between 1080p projectors, click on the comparison you are interested, in the outline above. Normally, indented listings are simply to placemarkers further down the page. In this section, though, they are links to separate projector comparison pages.
More 1080p projector comparisons will be added as completed. As mentioned above, to access the comparisons, just click on the link for the comparison you want. Those comparisons not finished and posted will be on the list, but you will not be able to click on them. They are not broken links, just “placeholders” for articles still to come. If you are reading this after April 25th 2012, what you see, is what you get – no additional comparisons will be added. As new projectors are reviewed, they will, as with past reviews, have their own Competitors section with comments on how that projector compares with up to 6-8 other projectors (or as few as 2 or 3, depending on what is appropriate). Enjoy!
Bottom line, take the images as support for the commentary. In most cases, they are not valid indications of the exact differences between projectors.
Don’t forget, updated information on individual projectors and sometimes comparisons will appear in my blog from time to time. You can always find the blog by clicking the top right (green) box (Projector Blog) at the top of every page.
The blog is a good way for us to communicate new information, and new opinions without having to rewrite sections of reviews.
A half dozen of the top rated projectors have multiple head to head comparison articles. Roughly a dozen additional projectors are featured in one comparison.
Remember, there are limits to the photography. First, the image projected by a projector always looks better than the photos here. The reasons are numerous, but include:
First, it would be an impossible task to do head to head comparisons for all of the projectors in the review there are thousands of combinations. Even head to heads with just those that won awards would be at least in the many dozens. Lastly, some of the most interesting comparisons are between award winners and those that did not get an award.
Again, a reminder: Most regular reviews have their own competitor’s section. If you are interested in a projector that was reviewed months ago, but curious as to how it compares to more recent projectors, look to the review of the newer projector, in its competitors section.
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