|Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)|
|Zoom Lens Ratio|
In the review of the VW60, I mentioned at one point, that it might be considered a "poor man's" JVC RS2. We'll explore that, and other aspects of these two projectors.
|Links to additional one-on-one comparisons|
|Panasonic PT-AE2000U vs. Sanyo PLV-Z2000|
|Mitsubishi HC4900 vs. Panasonic PT-AE2000U|
|Sanyo PLV-Z2000 vs. Mitsubishi HC4900|
|Epson Home Cinema 1080 UB vs. JVC DLA-RS1x|
|Sony VPL-VW40 vs. Epson Home Cinema 1080 UB|
|Epson Home Cinema 1080 UB vs. Panasonic PT-AE2000U|
|BenQ W5000 vs. Sony VPL-VW40|
|JVC DLA-RS2 vs. Sony VPL-VW60|
Both of these projectors are three panel LCoS technology. The VW60 relys on a dynamic iris to help it achieve its best possible black levels, while the JVC DLA-RS2 manages even better black levels, without gimmicks.
Both have two HDMI inputs, and both support HDMI 1.3. The JVC RS2, however supports Deep Color - one of those "future" improvements we can expect on Blu-ray discs, for better color handling. The Sony, unfortunately, does not.
Both have very good remotes. I like both remotes, about evenly. If I had to pick one, it would be the JVC. The Sony does not have discrete buttons for each source, so to change from one to another source, the JVC remote has the advantage.
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