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Sony VPL-HW50ES
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Sony VPL-HW50ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Even the pickiest of home cinema aficionados will have a hard time finding some fault in Sony's VPL-HW50ES. Except for some crosstalk and minor light loss, everything here is top notch, from its …

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VPL-HW-55-ES
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Sony VPL-HW55ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Despite the fierce competition the VPL-HW55ES faces in the sub-£3000 price range, Trusted Reviews believe it trumps all its rivals thanks to the high-end tech it has inherited from its stunning …

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VPLHW30ES
Sony VPL-HW30ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"FOR: Nice looks; easy to use; dynamic picture; smooth motion; quiet. AGAINST: Occasional noise; fastest motion causes some instability."

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5 reviews

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 10/2011 Sony VPL-HW30ES 3D is undoubtedly the next step in home cinema and to that end, Sony have released a 3D projector intended for home use - the VPL-HW30ES. … to review

 
VW 1000 ES
Sony VPL-VW1000ES

Ultra HD; Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Despite the incredibly extortionate price and the current lack of native resolution content, the premium Sony VPL-VW1000ES projector supports 40962160 Quad Resolution. It is able to upscale 3D

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More information at: Expert Reviews, 5/2012 Sony VPL-VW1000ES HD TV broadcasts still haven't taken over the world and already Sony is getting ready for the next step: 4K. … to review

VPLHW20
Sony Bravia VPL-HW20

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp

“Likes: clean picture, natural colours; flexible, sharp lens; digital conversion correction. Dislikes: no DeepColour.”

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More information at: Video-HomeVision, issue 4/2011 Bargain light It’s not a real home cinema experience without the big screen. TVs can only go so far when it comes to size, but a projector makes recreating that cinema atmosphere at home child’s play. We took a look at three projectors from the entry level, mid range and top class in our test labs. What performance should you expect at what price? Three projectors were tested. They were rated on image quality, features, operation and processing. In addition to this, a comparison was also made between the different projector price classes.

VPLVW95ES
Sony VPL-VW95ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

The Sony VPL-VW95ES features active 3D technology and uses SXRD projection, so that you can have a full HD image projected up to 300 inches across. It has a dynamic contrast ratio of 150000:1,

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More information at: TrustedReviews, 1/2012 Sony VPL-VW95ES The Sony VPL-VW95ES is a big advancement from the VW90, with a stunning 2D and 3D performance. Have Sony done enough to silence their critics? … to review

VPLVW90ES
Sony VPL-VW90ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Trusted Reviews gave the Sony VPL VW90ES a rather tough assessment, saying that despite its superb 2D performance, elegantly integrated approach to 3D, and excellent PC support, all the messy

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7 reviews

 

More information at: audiovision, issue 11/2010 Big screen in 3D Now things are really getting moving on the 3D front. With its VPL-VW 90 ES Sony has introduced the first home cinema projector for the 3D image. Using a prototype we were able to experience the considerably high degree of fascination that comes with large format 3D images.

Bravia VPL-HW15 - SXRD Full HD
Sony Bravia VPL-HW15

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCOS; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

FiveFWD considered the Sony VPL-HW15 to offer a winning performance placing it at the top of its class. Although the price is a little steep, it will change your home viewing experience completely …

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8 reviews

 

Bravia VPL-VW80
Sony VPL-VW80

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"... The Sony Bravia VPL-VW80 produces some of the best images you'll ever see from a projector and has a specification sheet that makes for impressive reading. Contrast ratio? Sky high …

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2 reviews

 

VPL-HW10
Sony Bravia VPL-HW10

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"Pros: Pleasant exterior design. Full HD spec. Natural colour balance, good detail and sharp edge defnition. Insightful black levels. Cons: Some issues with tricky motion."

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VPLVW200
Sony VPL-VW200

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"... the VW200 just doesn't quite do enough to convince me that it's truly worth its money - especially since some of the fancy features that presumably contribute to its cost just …

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Bravia VPL-VW 60
Sony Bravia VPL-VW60

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCOS; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

The VPL-VW60 hits the middle ground and doesn't quite impress as much as the VW40 and VW200. Trusted Reviews thought it was a respectable projector but it has been out gunned by it's …

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3 reviews

 

Sony Bravia VPL-VW85
Sony Bravia VPL-VW85

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

“Likes: almost perfect image quality; in terms of colour display, black level and contrast are top notch; almost no operational noise. Dislikes: complicated menus.”

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4 reviews

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 10/2009 Sony Bravia VPL-VW85 SXRD Projector Although Sony was doubtless chuffed to receive a well-deserved Recommended badge for its VPL-HW15 projector recently, the thought may also have flitted across its mind that the quality the HW15 served up for under two grand might make the brand's £5,000 VPL-VW85 we're looking at today a hard sell. Single Test. One projector was reviewed and rated on design, features, image quality and value. … to review

VPL FE40
Sony VPL-FE40

Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: 3200 ANSI lumens

"The VPL-FE40 is an ideal projector for showcasing presentations, video and images in medium- to large-sized meeting rooms and auditoriums. ..."

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1 review

 

VPLVW50
Sony VPL-VW50

Full-HD; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 900 ANSI lumens; Extras: 1080p

"... Sony has proved that SXRD really does have the potential to become a mass market phenomenon, serving up a scintillating performance that makes the £2,700 price tag seem almost ridiculously …

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3 reviews

 

Sony VPL-VW40
Sony VPL-VW40

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCOS; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Trusted Reviews thought that the VPL-VW40 was a brilliant projector that is available at a low price. It's lack of brightness does limit in some areas but if you intend to install it in a well …

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1 review

 

VPL-CX-155
Sony VPL-CX155

Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: 3500 ANSI lumens

Sony have done well with the build quality of the VPL-C155 projector, which has been tastefully finished and is user friendly. ZDNet thought the networking abilities were very good, but the image

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More information at: ZDNet, 1/2008 Sony VPL-CX155 The VPL-C series of projectors from Sony are LCD devices meant for use in classrooms and medium sized conference rooms. There are six models in total, including the VPL-CX155 reviewed here. … to review

VPLEX3
Sony VPL-EX3

Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp

"... isn't such good value for a heavy-duty role, but for occasional use it's a capable and distinctive projector at an attractive price."

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1 review

 

Sony VPL-EW5
Sony VPL-EW5

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"The image quality of your average budget LCD projector used to be about as appealing as the discovery of a dead mouse in your thick-crust Hovis loaf. But this is 2009 and things have moved on.

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More information at: PCFormat, 3/2009 Big screen legends If it's spectacular size, scope and cinematic sizzle you're after, Jeremy Laird reckons you should give an HD projector a screening. In test: Six projectors were reviewed and rated. Final verdicts of between 75 and 90 points out of 100 were awarded. … to review

VPL EX4
Sony VPL-EX4

Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: 2100 ANSI lumens

"... If your budget is limited and you don’t need to project high-definition movies or connect to a network, you could do a lot worse than the VPL-EX4."

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Product information and further reviews

Sony VPL-VW1000ES T3 5/2012 - Sony's VPL-VW1000ES projector offers a resolution that is four times greater than Full HD. Can this home projector rival 4K digital cinemas?

Sony Bravia VPL-HW15 - SXRD Full HD Projector TrustedReviews 10/2009 - Sitting at the very top of our projector ‘to do' pile, though, and so finding itself in the firing line today, happens to be Sony's VPL-HW15 - a happy coincidence, actually, for oddly enough this is one of the new projectors that I'm most intrigued by. Review details: Single Test. One Full HD projector was reviewed and rated on design, features, image quality, and value.

Pearl not quite whiter than white What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 4/2007 - Sony's VPL-VW50 'pearl' should be a winner. It shares many features with its illustrious big brother, the £700 VPL-VW100 'Ruby', such as Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, from Sony's Silicon X-tal Reflective Display (SXRD) technology. It looks as stylish, has motorised lens shift and ample connectivity, and is remarkably quiet. So why spend twice as much on a ruby?

This line, no waiting Digital TV & Sound Spring 2006 - Sony makes 1920 by 1080 Resolution affordable in front projection today.

Sony VPL-EX4 ZDNet 9/2007 - Business projectors generally fall into two groups: larger, office-bound devices and those that can easily be carried to business meetings. Sony’s VPL-EX4 fits firmly into the second category, being small and light enough to lug around with your notebook on a daily basis. It also looks trendy, its silver-and-white design and rounded edges making it stand out from run-of-the-mill business projectors.

Sony VPL-CS21 Computer Shopper 3/2007 - Sony's VPL-CS21 is a small, lightweight projector, which is designed to be easy to carry from meeting to meeting.

Sony VPL CX20 projector Pocket-lint.co.uk 11/2005 - Sony's VPL CX20 is geared towards showing off in the boardroom, but does that mean a lack of substance over style? We have a closer look.

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