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Looking for a Projector

Hi ellisr63,

I'm considering my first home theater projector purchase. Shortlisted two projectors - Panasonic PT-AE8000U and Sony VPL-HW40ES. While comparing the two, I find the picture sharpness + colors to be better on Sony HW40ES but the motion is better on the Panny AE8000U. But I really like the feature set on Panasonic.

My question is - can I add a DARBEE video processor to the Panny AE8000U and match the sharpness + color performance of the Sony HW40ES?

There is a link on youtube with a shootout between the two projectors.

Since you have the same combination that I've been thinking of (PT-AE8000U + Darbee), your insights will sure help me with my decision.

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Could those of you who have and enjoy watching 3d content comment on how the Darby performs in 3d? Thanks

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Could those of you who have and enjoy watching 3d content comment on how the Darby performs in 3d? Thanks

It performs as perfectly well in 3D as it does in 2D. In fact, I find that the Darbee's "sharpening" effect helps give 3D more definition.
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It performs as perfectly well in 3D as it does in 2D. In fact, I find that the Darbee's "sharpening" effect helps give 3D more definition.
Good to know, I'm not a videophile snob but would like to get the best picture I can with the least amount of effort, it sounds to me like the darbe is offering that.

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It performs as perfectly well in 3D as it does in 2D. In fact, I find that the Darbee's "sharpening" effect helps give 3D more definition.
^ Ditto Kilgore. The Darbee does its thing in both 2D and 3D. Hard to say one is better than the other. Don't run our system without a Darbee working regardless of source or 2D / 3D content.


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