Panasonic PT-AE3000E

  • Panasonic PT-AE3000E
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  • Superb looking, vibrant, deep colors, Contrast is very healthy, so is basic grayscale performance, quite neutral grays, Detail in image is very accurate


  • Expensive

Expert reviews and ratings

By Tech2 on 80

Panasonic is one hardened professional when it comes to delivering some quality visual displays units, be it their acclaimed Vieras, or their respectable projector model array. Today we've got our grubby paws on a high end Full HD projector by them,...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Verdict: With excellent image quality, low noise and the ability to play games, the PT-AE3000E wont disappoint. If youre serious about home cinema, projectors dont come much better than this. The PT-AE3000E is Panasonics new flagship model. It...

By DigitalVersus on 80

Panasonic has given us some very good projectors in the past. The PT-AX200E, which was a great success, is one in this category of very good products. So we’ve been impatiently nagging the manufacturer to get our hands on their new beauty so we...

By Good Gear Guide on 90

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....

By Projector Reviews on 80

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. The major...

International Review By Computer Bild on

Der Panasonic PT-AE3000E lockt Käufer mit höchster HDTV-Auflösung (1920x1080 Pixel) und 100-Hertz-Technik. Im Test schlug sich der Luxus-Beamer so gut, dass er sofort ins Spitzenfeld der Bestenliste...

International Review By Les Numériques on 80

La note finale de ce modèle peut paraître sévère. Elle trouve son origine dans deux points : les difficultés à régler l'image et le moteur du zoom et lens-shift trop rapide. Ce dernier est difficilement praticable...