'The contrast levels are high and there's a nice visible distinction between brighter and darker areas — blacks appear just that with no hint of greyness and low level detail is well resolved.'
'visible control panel'
'very sharp picture'
'The extra resolution of 1080p is especially evident when an image is blown up to projector size.'
'strong, steady blacks'
'Mitsubishi's home theater lineup has always been extremely strong, but never more so than now, with their excellent, top of the line, ultra-high contrast HC7000 1080p projector.'
'the projector is so quiet you'll never know it's there.'
'Overall the projector is versatile, it's a great asset in your home theatre and the price is excellent for a 1080p projector.'
Excellent brightness, even in Low lamp mode
'loud fan noise can be disruptive.'
'low wattage lamp'
'the maximum lumen rating on a projector is generally irrelevant.'
'The 20 dB noise level is quiet enough to keep from being heard during movies.'
'The Before Calibration result is poor, with severe slopes from low to high.'
'Good video quality'
'I did find some loss of detail in very dark areas,'
'low power mode allows the projector to generate a quality image with sufficient contrast.'
'design that makes replacement quick and easy.'
'As for color quality, the HC6000's gamut was good enough to cover 100% of the REC.709 color space, with additional luminance in green and yellow spectra.'
'The only real downside to the HC5000BL is in brightness where it is only average'
'The vertical shift lets you move the projected image up and down a full 2.5 picture heights from top to bottom.'
'settings are not good enough for dedicated darkened theater setups, and consequently blacks are not as deep as the best 1080p projectors.'
'award-winning, high-quality, accurate color reproduction technology'
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