A 65in TV not big enough? For the ultimate home cinema entertainment, you need a giant screen. For a giant screen, you need a projector. Which one should you get? That's where our Best Buys come in...
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Tested at £850
BenQ dominated this price point in 2014 with the W1400 and repeated the feat in 2015, starting with the W1080ST+.
Perfect for smaller cinema rooms, this short-throw projector can sit less than six feet from the screen at maximum zoom – and looks brilliant thanks to its bright, crisp and eye-catching picture.
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Tested at £1400
Epson has been consistently winning five stars of late so we have come to expect quality from the projector giant - and the EH-TW6600 doesn't let the side down.
It's hard to find fault with it, especially when it comes to performance. You’ll be thrilled by the bold, rich colours, sharp lines and hugely impressive contrast. At this price, you can't really go wrong.
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Tested at £1900.
Can you see a pattern emerging? It's another resounding success for Epson at another popular price point.
The EH-TW7200 is a versatile, easy-to-set-up projector that raises the bar for picture quality in the sub-£2000 arena with its realistic, subtle and punchy performance.
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Tested at £2850
A seriously capable performer that does nearly everything right – its clean, sharp, natural picture is nothing short of stunning (with 2D and 3D movies), and it's surprisingly easy on the eye for a big chunk of projector.
It’s good enough to put rival Panasonic PT-AT6000E in silver position, and take gold at this price point for a second year on the trot.
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Tested at £8800
This Sony projector pulls out all the stops to justify its sizeable price tag. At the time of reviewing, it's the world's first projector to offer HDR and native 4K playback and the results are truly stunning.
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