The floodgates have begun to open in the world of “entry-level” 3D front projectors. When I reviewed the JVC DLA-X3 back in July, the only other sub-$5,000 models were the Sharp XV-Z17000 and Sony VPL-HW30ES (reviews coming on both of those, by the way). Since then, Optoma, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, and Epson have all entered the fray. In fact, Optoma and Epson have already redefined the entry-level price point for 3D front projection with the introduction of the HD33 and Home Cinema 3010, respectively. Both of these models carry an MSRP of $1,999 and a street price around $1,500-$1,600.
1080p (1920 x 1080)
Built In WiFi
10W Stereo Speakers
Contrast Ratio Up to 40,000:1
True-to-Life 3D Cinematic Experience
Split Screen Feature
Ultra High Efficiency E-TORL Lamp
Includes 2 Pairs of 3D Glasses
Auto Iris System
3LCD, 3-Chip Technology
Read the full review at hometheaterreview.com.