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I currently have a mistubishi hc6000. I wanted to upgrade to either the Mitsu HC9000 or the Epson 6010 which are each around 3000 dollars. I dont know enough to figure out if I will notice a huge difference in what I am currently running. I have been very happy with the HC6000 but am selling a home in which it will remain. If anyone has experience with any of these please point me in the right direction. All I care about is image quality in 2d. The 3d is simply an add on with these new projectors I am looking at. Main concern is 2d difference from my HC6000 to a possible upgrade. Thanks so much
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I currently have a mistubishi hc6000. I wanted to upgrade to either the Mitsu HC9000 or the Epson 6010 which are each around 3000 dollars. I dont know enough to figure out if I will notice a huge difference in what I am currently running. I have been very happy with the HC6000 but am selling a home in which it will remain. If anyone has experience with any of these please point me in the right direction. All I care about is image quality in 2d. The 3d is simply an add on with these new projectors I am looking at. Main concern is 2d difference from my HC6000 to a possible upgrade. Thanks so much

While I have not seen the HC6000, I have seen the HC6800. The image of the Mits HC9000D is much better. It will have better contrast, better motion much better black levels. The SXRD image from the HC9000D with have a lot more depth to it compared to the HC6000 LCD image. I have also owned a Viewsonic Pro8100, which throws an image much like the HC6000/6800. After seeing the HC9000D, you will understand why many of us talk about the image from an LCD appearing flat, no depth.

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Thanks Mike. Any comparison thoughts to the Epson 6010. Seems like a lot of the local installers are pushing this one over the mitsubishi 9000 but I have always had luck with the two mitsu projectors I have owned. Any pluses or minuses when comparing the 2d pictures between these two.
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The Mits is better than the Epson for sure, unless you want 3D which is where the Epson is really good. The Mits is more a competitor against the JVC RS-45 or RS-55 than it is against the Epson.

Some people say the Mits is better than the JVC RS-45, I would say in some ways I'm sure it is, the Mits will have better motion than the JVC's at the very least. I think the Mits handles poorer sources better and has better processing (from what others have said). Overall if the Mits were the same price as the RS-45, I might take the Mits, but it's more expensive.



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Thanks Mike. Any comparison thoughts to the Epson 6010. Seems like a lot of the local installers are pushing this one over the mitsubishi 9000 but I have always had luck with the two mitsu projectors I have owned. Any pluses or minuses when comparing the 2d pictures between these two.

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