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Sim2 Domino 30

Sim2 Domino 30
alaScore 92

14 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the image quality. The design also gets good reviews, whereas the noise and usability get negative comments. There are some mixed reviews about the price.

design, image quality

usability, noise

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the Sim2 Domino 30 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 14 reviews)

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SIM2 SUPER LUMIS Three-Chip DLP Projector

 

Projectors are often described as having a "film-like" image. We are all trying to replicate that movie theater experience at home and so it seems that achieving that look is what we would strive for. The SIM2 SUPER LUMIS has shown me that in a modern...

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SIM2 Nero 3D-2 Single Chip DLP Projector Reviewed

 

HomeTheaterReview.com writer Andrew Robinson put the SIM2 Nero 3D-2 into his reference system to see what the DLP projector could. Turns out, the Nero 3D-2 can do quite a lot.

My journey with the Nero began because of how enamored I was with the M.150 which, sadly, I couldn't afford. While the Nero couldn't be more different from the M.150 in terms of internal architecture and build, the end results are eerily similar, as...

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Hands On: SIM2 Nero 3D Projector

 

The Nero from SIM2 narrows the gap between single-chip and three-chip projection with its dazzling images and 3D.

Excellent black levels, vivid whites ; Strong shadow and fine detail ; Nice 3D depth

Remote operation is quirky in saving settings ; 3D glasses can be uncomfortable

Are smart bulbs and sockets the best approach for lighting control? We have pros and cons plus 13 products implementing WiFi/Internet of Things, 6LoWPAN, ZigBee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth.

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SIM2 Seleco Grand Cinema HT300 DLP Video Projector

 

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SIM2 HT3000E review

 

The finest DLP projector ever made?

p>Black level response Decent connectivity and features</p

p>Occasional rainbow effect Over-complicated user interface</p

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SIM2 M.150 review

 

When we found our test rooms invaded by a glut of LED projectors a couple of years ago, we felt confident that LED lighting would soon dominate the projection world in the same way it's taken over the TV industry. But we were wrong. In fact, since then...

Stunning 2D and 3D picture quality; very long lamp life; smart design ; Lows: It runs slightly noisily; black levels could be a touch deeper; doesn't support 4K ; Performance: 5/5

It runs slightly noisily; black levels could be a touch deeper; doesn't support 4K

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SIM2 Nero 3D-1 review

 

So far as I'm concerned, only one home cinema product to date has really and truly nailed the 3D movie experience in the home. SIM2's Lumis 3D-S was essentially perfect, delivering a rich, sharp, detailed, colourful and completely crosstalk-free 3D...

Delicious chassis design; 2D and 3D picture quality is awesome; good set of calibration tools

Rare and subtle appearances of the rainbow effect; runs a tad noisy; UI isn’t very intuitive

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Sim2 Fuoriserie

 

Can a projector really be worth £80,000?!

Gorgeous design ; Stunning picture quality ; Auto calibrates its pictures to ensure constant quality

It's hugely expensive ; It's not 4K ; Its performance doesn't improve enough over the cheaper Superlumis

This section is rendered pretty much redundant, really, by the fact that anyone lucky enough to be able to afford a Fuoriserie will have it professionally installed and maintained, while the projector pretty much calibrates itself!

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Sim2 Superlumis

 

£37,000 burning a hole in your pocket?

Unbelievable, cinema-grade picture quality ; Beautiful design and build quality ; Endless setup flexibility

Onscreen menus aren't pretty or intuitive ; Projector runs a bit noisily at highest lamp output settings ; Minor fizzing noise over skin tones at highest lamp output levels

We would, though, recommend that you are in attendance while your Superlumis is being installed, and that you’re not afraid to have some input over what motion processing if any is used, and what level of light output is chosen via the projector’s...

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SIM2 C3X 1080 review

 

For most people, twenty three grand is a lot of money. The sort of cash needed to buy a decent 4x4 family car, or build an extension. Yet Sim2 expects you to cough up this extreme sum on something ostensibly rather less ‘essential', namely its C3X 1080...

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