Panasonic PT-AE8000U Full HD 3D Home Theater Projector Review

  • Full HD Stereoscopic 3D Recording / 6x CMOS Sensors – 2.2 Mp Each
  • Dual Integrated 10x Lenses (12x in 2D) / 18″ Minimum Object Distance in 3D
  • Red-Rich Lamp
  • Full-HD-Optimized Lens / 1080p (1920 x 1080) Resolution
  • 480 Hz Processing Capability / 2400 Lumens of Brightness

Kit Includes:
1- HDC-Z10000 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder
1-Panasonic PT-AE8000U HD 3D Home Cinema Projector w/ All Supplied Accessories
2- Panasonic 3D Glasses

In response to some of the interesting customer comments on the Panasonic PT-AE8000U Projector, please consider a few things such as the lighting in your viewing environment, the correct calibration, and of course a very reputable review attached here from ProjectorCentral.com, comparing the Panasonic PT-AE8000U vs. the Epson 5020UB, where it seems to come down to personal taste. Visit: “projectorcentral.com/epson_5020_vs_panasonic_ae8000″
By the way, in response to David Freeman… I’ve been extremely pleased with the “Peerless PRGUNV Precision Gear Universal Projector Mount – Black” (~$90) for normal ceiling mount.

From ProjectorCentral.com (November 7, 2012):
The most obvious competition in home theater this year is between the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5020UB / 5020UBe and the Panasonic PT-AE8000, another sub-$3000 1080p 3D LCD projector released this year. With similar specifications and features at a similar price point, the two are going to go head-to-head for the attention and dollars of many home theater consumers this year. Below are the most important differences between the two.

Shootout Comparison
2D Image quality. (DRAW) Our comparison uses the AE8000′s Cinema 2 mode and the 5020UBe’s Cinema mode, which are (a) very similar and (b) the best images that the projectors can produce for home theater use. The 5020UBe has a slight black level advantage over the AE8000. Both projectors have sufficient brightness, excellent color, and razor-sharp pictures. It is becoming more and more difficult to make a distinction between two projectors, especially two projectors exhibiting this high level of polish. We’re ready to call this a draw.

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