Excerpt: Panasonic’s PT-AE3000U really ups the ante when it comes to features at this price point. Panasonic has consistently pushed the envelope on the budget side, and this LCD projector easily represents the company’s best effort to date. It offers solid performance and the most expansive feature set you could hope to find at or near this price point.
Conclusion: The Panasonic PT-AE3000 is an excellent projector. It is certainly one home theater projector that should please just about everyone, especially when you consider its price performance. In fact, there are no serious downsides to this Panasonic projector. True, its average brightness in both best and brightest modes, will lose it some potential owners, including those who plan on larger than 110″ screens or have more than the minimal amounts of ambient light to deal with.
Pros: Excellent color and overall image quality, after calibration. Most folks looking primarily for movie watching will find it an excellent fit. An extremely watchable picture, that impresses, Extremely good black level performance, Very good shadow detail, Three HDMI 1.3 inputs, full support for 24 fps, Deep Color, etc., Creative frame interpolation for smooth fast motion, with 96/120fps frame rate, Fast response for gamers, Support for an anamorphic lens, Sixteen savabl...
Cons: Sharpness could be a little better (it is about average though), One year warranty only is standard, although Panasonic is (11/08) offering a mail in rebate for a second year, Physical styling is very plain (for those who care), In most cases not bright enough for larger screens (over 110 inch diagonal)
Excerpt: One of the most popular questions we're asked, whether on the forums at whathifi.com or at shows around the country, is "should I buy a projector or a new television set?" Normally a large TV is seen as an alternative to a projector – a top-notch 46 or 50in set would be in the same price bracket. But when you see this Panasonic in action it's a good reminder that a TV, no matter how good, really can't match the home cinema experience that a projector delivers.
Pros: Superb set-up procedure, full HD spec with three HDMI inputs, colourful, natural and detailed video, smooth motion, quiet operation
A Panasonic home theatre projector with Frame Creation technology.
Good Gear Guide.au
24 February 2010
Summary: The PT-AE3000E is easily one of the best home-theatre projectors we've ever had the pleasure of testing. Short of a built-in Blu-ray player and drink dispenser it provides everything the average videophile could possibly want.
Pros: Superb image quality, lots of useful and innovative features, vastly improved contrast ratio (compared to PT-AE2000U)
Cons: There are cheaper (albeit inferior) HD home-theatre projectors on the market
Summary: Aside from requests for free gadgets, one of the most popular questions in the Stuff mailbag is ‘should I buy a projector or a new TV?’ Normally a large telly is seen as an alternative to a projector – a top-notch 46in or 50in set would be in the same price bracket. But when you see the PT-AE3000 in action, it's a good reminder that a TV, no matter how good, really can't match the home-cinema experience that a projector gives.
Excerpt: Projector Reviews Panasonic PT-AE3000E Full High Definition Home Theatre Projector Replacing the PT-AE2000E is the new release PT-AE3000E Full HD home theatre projector. This new model features an improved contrast ratio at a whopping 60,000:1, and comes with the usual lens shift, large zoom lens, quiet operation etcetera.
Conclusion: Se a tutto ciò aggiungiamo i notevoli passi avanti apportati in termini di contrasto, livello del nero ed elettronica "100Hz", ecco che i 2.699 Euro di listino richiesti (ma si trova ormai anche a prezzi di mercato intorno ai 2.100 Euro) diventano davvero interessanti per tutti coloro che intendono ricreare l'atmosfera cinematografica in alta definizione nel proprio salotto.