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DreamVision StarLight1 LCOS Projector

DreamVision StarLight1 LCOS Projector
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3 reviews

May, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the image quality. The design also gets good feedback, but many are less positive about the usability.

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Expert review by: Chris Eberle (hometheaterhifi.com)

Dream Vision Starlight1 LCoS Projector

 

Dream Vision, an emerging brand in America, has been developing and marketing high-end models in Europe since 1996. In 1999, they became available on this side of the Atlantic when they introduced, with the help of Audio Plus Services, the world?s...

Last year I reviewed the Dream’E, another LCoS model. The Starlight1 is a significant upgrade from that projector in terms of contrast and color accuracy. While the Dream’E offers a ton of light output, it isn’t as comfortable in a small theater as the...

Jul, 2010

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Expert review by: Thomas J. Norton (hometheater.com)

DreamVision StarLight1 LCOS Projector

 

If you've investigated the subject of constant-height projection, you know that it can be a complicated, slightly intimidating business. We covered the ground rather thoroughly in “Beating the Black Bars” (HT, October 2008). Constant-height display...

Oct, 2010

Expert review by: Thomas J. Norton (hometheatermag.com)

DreamVision StarLight1 LCOS Projector

 

If you've investigated the subject of constant-height projection, you know that it can be a complicated, slightly intimidating business. We covered the ground rather thoroughly in "Beating the Black Bars" (HT, October 2008). Constant-height display...

Considering its origin, I wasn't surprised to find that the StarLight1 has exceptional blacks without the use of any form of dynamic iris. Nor does it achieve these blacks by sacrificing peak light output. This is a very bright projector in its High...

Oct, 2010
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