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Sanyo PLV-Z800

  • Sanyo PLV-Z800
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Based on 11 scores, 11 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    1

Expert reviews and ratings

By Expert Reviews on 40

Sanyo’s PLV-Z800 is fine at displaying bright scenes but doesn’t handle monochrome or dark content well. You can get a better LCD projector for less money....

By Trusted Reviews on 70

Sanyo may struggle to make much of an impact on the TV world these days, but it’s still a force to be reckoned with when it comes to projectors. Its more or less annually upgraded ‘Z’ projection series always scores startlingly good...

By Projector Reviews on 70

Connections have always been quite good on Sanyo projectors and they don't disappoint on the Z800 with two component and two HDMI ports plus the traditional S-video, composite and VGA input....

By Whathifi.com on 100

Sanyo may not feature regularly in the minds of tech fans, but the company makes some seriously good projectors at some very reasonable prices. The is the perfect example – an unassuming, £1100 unit that impressed so much it was a winner in...

By PC Advisor on 80

If you're after a competent home theatre projector for playing 1080p content, the Sanyo PLV-Z800 is a great choice. We liked its detailed and colourful picture, and the quiet fan impressed us. Campbell Simpson, PCWorld.idg.com.au...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

For a reasonably cheap home theatre projector the Sanyo PLV-Z800 does a great job of displaying smooth, film-like colour. It also operates almost silently, which is a definite advantage during quiet movie...

By DigitalVersus on 80

Our Settings The 'x.v colour' and 'Authentic' modes which are available on the PLV-Z4000 aren't an option here, but, fortunately, the 'Natural' mode which we prefer is available. That's where we started tweaking the...

International Review By AudioVideoHD on 65

Certes inférieur en gamme au modèle Z4000 récemment testé, le PLV-Z800 lui concède son dispositif d'insertion de trames, un meilleur contraste et quelques options supplémentaires dans les menus. En pratique, il est...

International Review By Ere Numérique on 70

Si son grand frère est revêtu de noir et donc plutôt destiné à être installé dans une salle dédiée au home cinéma, le Z800 est quant à lui de couleur crème pour se fondre dans une pièce de vie comme un séjour. L’absence de matrice de dernière génération...

International Review By Les Numériques on 80

Choisir le PLV-Z800 revient essentiellement à faire un gros sacrifice sur la profondeur des noirs. Pour quasiment tout le reste, il tient la comparaison avec son grand frère, le PLV-Z4000, et propose une luminosité légèrement...

International Review By TestNumerique.fr on 70

Reprenant la même coque que son aîné le Z4000, le plus modeste Z800 est tout de même un beau bloc aux bords arrondis qui cache son optique derrière une trappe automatique. La grande force de ce modèle est de reprendre ce...