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Sim2 M.150

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the image quality. The design also gets good reviews, but many are less positive about the value for money and usability.

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usability, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the Sim2 M.150 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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SIM2's C3X LUMIS HOST - More Projector Than You Can Afford

 

SIM2 showed off a new addition to the Grand Cinema C3X Series. SIM2's C3X LUMIS HOST pairs a reference standard 3-chip DLP-based projector with a discrete outboard projector control electronics

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Sim2 Quick Look from CEDIA 2011

 

SIM2, it seems, has a lot more home theater projectors than I remember. They've been very busy launching whole new series of projectors. I expect I will be doing at least one SIM2 projector review this fall. Meantime, Here's a look at the SIM2...

By my take one advantage SIM2 may offer over the competition, are its 3D entry points. They start at under $20,000 for a single chip DLP projector and under $40,000 for a 3 chip. That's still well below the 3D entry point for, say, Runco

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SIM2 MICO 50 LED DLP Front Projector Reviewed

 

Clad in an Aluminum chassis SIM2's MICO 50 is their first foray into the LED based projector market. At more than double the price of the competition the MICO 50 is one good looking projector but it's performance isn't twice that of the competition. ...

At $22,000 retail the MICO 50 from SIM2 wades into the LED DLP battle being the most expensive of the four current LED projectors on the market today. However, the MICO 50's build quality and internal structure is far superior to the plastic-fantastic...

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SIM2 Mico 40 review

 

LED lighting scores both eco-friendly and performance hits with SIM2's latest, surprisingly affordable projector

Richly coloured ; Sharp pictures ; Nicely designed chassis ; Enormous setup flexibility

Bland remote control ; Uninviting onscreen menu

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SIM2 Super Lumis review

 

I know what you're thinking: how in the name of Citizen Kane can any home cinema ‘toy' like the SIM2 Super Lumis justify a price of £37,000? Well, I'm going to tell you. And if I do my job right, by the end the only question you'll be asking will be...

Jaw-dropping picture quality with both 2D and 3D images; beautiful design; superb setup flexibility

It runs noisily in high lamp modes; motion processing is best avoided; most of us will never be able to afford one; it's not 4K

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SIM2 Grand Cinema MICO 50 LED DLP Projector

 

The MICO 50 might be the company's first foray into LED waters, but SIM2 has absolutely nailed it.

The MICO 50 might be Sim2’s first foray into LED waters, but the Italian brand has absolutely nailed it. With its amazing build quality, excellent custom install flexibility, extreme colour management and almost other-worldly picture quality, it's an...

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Sim2 C3X Lumis Host Projector

 

The Sim2 C3X Lumis Host Projector is 3-chip DLP modular home cinema processor/projector using Full HD 0.9-inch DarkChip4 DMD silicon to deliver a 35,000:1 contrast ratio and a screen size of up to 300 inches. A dimmable lamp adjusts brightness from...

This is the spot where we usually tell you to sell your grandmother to buy some amazing bit of kit but honestly, your granny simply ain’t worth it. Your nan, both parents, a couple of cousins and the dog might just cover it, although you’d better have...

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