Product Reviews

HC7800D
on Hometheater.com

“…the Mitsubishi continually surprised me in ways I didn’t expect, and its picture truly floored me more than once” Read the full review »

HC8000D-BL
on ProjectorCentral.com

“The HC8000D-BL, like its predecessor, is a no-frills, all-business approach to home theater, and users will get reliable performance from it….” Read the full review »

WD380U-EST
on ProjectorReviews.com

“With plenty of brightness, good color, solid interactivity and powerful sound, all at a reasonable price, the Mitsubishi WD380U-EST is a great fit for any school’s projector budget. …” Read the full review »

HC7800D
on  GadgetReview.com

“But if you’re looking for a big image on a big screen that look pretty much superb no matter the source — including 3D — then you’ll be very  happy with what Mitsubishi is letting you buy…” Read the full review »

HC4000
on Hometheater.com

“Overall, the Mitsubishi HC4000 produced the most pleasing, enjoyable picture I’ve seen from a projector costing less than $1,500…” Read the full review »

HC4000
on CE Pro.com

“With fine presentation in ambient light conditions, combined with affordability, [the HC4000] works well as a…go-to entry-level video product…” Read the full review »

 

HC9000D
on Reviewboard.com 

“Now the big boy of the 3D projector world seems to be the Mitsubishi HC-9000D 3D Projector…So what makes the Mitsubishi HC-9000D Projector so special?  Well for one thing it produces some AMAZINGLY CLEAR 3D Images…” Read the full review » 

HC7800D
on ProjectorReviews.com 

“Not only does the HC7800D have very good brightness right out of the box, combined with good color but its color quality comes very close to what many other projectors look like after they’ve been calibrated…” Read the full review »

WD380U-EST
on Projectorcentral.com

The MitsubWD38ishi 0U-EST is a new WXGA (1280×800) ultra short throw projector that’s different from just about everything else on the market. It combines the capabilities of an ultra short throw projector containing a mirror with the form factor of a standard business projector… Read the full review »

HC9000D
on Projectorcentral.com

The new Mitsubishi HC9000D brings 1080p active-shutter 3D into your home for $6,995, but that is not its only attraction. It also offers a great 2D picture that places it among the ranks of the finest 1080p home theater projectors available under $10,000. Complete with all of the bells and whistles one might expect from a premium projector, the HC9000D has something for everyone… Read the full review »

HC4000
on Projectorcentral.com

This year’s model is the HC4000, and it definitely continues the legacy of its predecessor. The HC3800 and HC4000 are mostly the same, but the one clear area of improvement is contrast. With a new DarkChip 3 DLP chip, single-frame (ANSI) contrast is even better than before… Read the full review »

HC4000
on ProjectorReviews.com

Mitsubishi’s HC4000 replaced the “award winning” HC3800 (awards from us, and other reviewers), late October 2010. It is basically an improved version of the older model. Each year there are a few basically new projectors, but most are simply minor imrprovements. Some see new features. Others just refinement. The HC4000 fits into the refinement class… Read the full review »

EW230U-ST
on Projectorcentral.com

Mitsubishi may not be the first name that comes to mind when you think of short-throw DLP projectors, but their new EW230U-ST could change that. With native resolution of 1280 x 800 (WXGA) and plenty of brightness (even more than the 2,500 ANSI lumens specified), the 6-pound EW230U-ST puts up a big, bright image as close as 1.8 feet from the screen… Read the full review »

WD8200U
on Projectorcentral.com

Mitsubishi is getting into the large venue market with the new 8000 series, a line of dual-lamp, interchangeable-lens projectors for 24/7 operation on the biggest of big screens. The first one to cross our desk is the WD8200U, a single-chip DLP WXGA projector that can put out over 6,500 lumens – or run for 8,000 hours at a stretch with zero down time… Read the full review »

WD8200U
on Audioholics.com

Mitsubishi introduced its ultra-bright, dual-lamp WD8200U projector last summer, but we weren’t able to come up with an excuse to review it until Super Bowl weekend. The DLP projector uses 1280 x 800 (WXGA) 0.65″ DMD chip with Dark Chip 3 technology. What really separates this “man” from the boys, however, is the use of its dual 330W UHP lamp… Read the full review »

FD630U
on Projectorcentral.com

Most projectors sold for business these days are high-lumen, low-contrast, low-resolution products. Most projectors sold for home theater are low-lumen, high-contrast, high-resolution products. Mitsubishi’s newFD630U is a new breed of projector: a 1080p projector tailored for business use… Read the full review »

WD620U
on Projectorcentral.com

The Mitsubishi WD620U is an extremely bright projector that is ideally suited to the conference room or classroom that needs a high impact image on a large format screen. The WD620U’s WXGA 1280×800 native resolution, driven by a .65″ single DLP chip, is combined with a high quality lens and results in a very sharp and vivid projected image… Read the full review »

XD600U
on Projectorcentral.com

The Mitsubishi XD600U is the latest in Mitsubishi’s line of bright, highly portable business projectors. It distinguishes itself from the crowd of XGA DLP projectors in several ways. With a 4500 lumen maximum light output, 2000:1 contrast, and weighing less than eight pounds, it is an attractive value… Read the full review »