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DreamVision Starlight 3 Three-Chip D-ILA Projector Review

One of the best things about going to tradeshows is that there is always a chance you’ll discover a manufacturer or product you wouldn’t otherwise have noticed. At CEDIA 2010 I had such an encounter at the Audio Plus Services booth – with the front projection company DreamVision. Audio Plus Services is hardly an unknown distributor, representing lines such as Focal, Cambridge Audio and Pathos, but it was their intimate display for DreamVision that caught my eye. Tucked inside a small covered booth was the DreamVison Starlight 3 showing Iron Man on Blu-ray. The room itself wasn’t crowded, there wasn’t even a representative (when I stopped by) on hand to speak to, leaving the Starlight 3 to do all the talking.

And talk it did.

The image quality was stunning, so good in fact that I immediately requested a review from Audio Plus Services’ Peter Hoagland. A few weeks later the Starlight 3 arrived at my doorstep. My particular review sample was finished in DreamVision’s own faux Carbon Fiber finish, which is crazy-sexy-cool if you’re into the look, which I am. For those of you looking for something more subdued, DreamVision also offers the Starlight 3 in white, black and red, with custom colors available at an extra cost. Speaking of customization, it’s a large part of what DreamVision is all about for everything about their product, distribution and support is geared towards giving the consumer a customized experience.

Read the full review at hometheaterreview.com.

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