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Sim2 C3X

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of Sim2 C3X. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Projectors for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the size and image quality. There are some mixed comments about the noise, while there are some negative reviews about the reliability and price.

design, image quality, size

price, reliability

On average, users rate this product 100/100.

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Expert review by: (avguide.com)

Sim2 C3X

 

The triple-chip DLP projector breaks the $20K price barrier - and its a valiant attempt to bring the price down. If you rejoice in seeing no rainbows, this is the projector for you. But the chromatic aberration at the sides and top of the image should...

Sep, 2006

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Expert review by: Anthony Arrigo (projectorreviews.com)

Sim2 C3X

 

going back to my BenQ 8720 - a projector that is roughly 1/3 the price - is really going to be tough. But, enough about me

Rich, dynamic colors ; Excellent contrast ; Extremely bright projector can handle almost any room and screen ; Blacks that are as close to true black as I've seen; neutral, not inky blue, or tan leaning or reddish ; Lens shift (although more range...

The manual - And I thought manuals from Taiwanese projector companies were weak. This needs major work. For example it doesn't even tell you how to replace the lamp. Doesn't go into enough depth on many things, some typos, and even a graph labeled in...

The best news for some, is that for those with well controlled rooms - light wise, and more limited budgets, the C3X Lite, will save you a whopping $4000, and should produce an equally impressive image

Mar, 2006

Expert review by: Kevin Miller (avrev.com)

Sim2 C3X DLP Video Projector

 

Introduction Price erosion in the home theater business is even reaching the upper echelons of ultra-high-end video. Thanks to Infocus dropping the price of their 777 three-chip DLP projector from $30,000 list, at that time the least expensive...

Jan, 2001
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Expert review by: Shaun Marin (cnet.co.uk)

Sim2 C3X review

 

Sim2's C3X is one of the classiest projectors on the block. It offers everything the high-end user could possibly want and has the added bonus of being something of a looker. If you want to top off a home cinema with the ultimate in picture quality...

The picture quality ; The lack of obtrusive fan noise ; The aesthetic design of the C3X

We can't say we love spending the price of a new car on a projector but apart from that what's not to like

The word cinematic often gets bandied about when it comes to projectors, but the C3X offers something that really is close to the experience of sitting in a cinema. The image with a good quality DVD disc is full of texture and depth, with all the data...

Feb, 2006
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