A big TV is all well and good, but if you want the real cinema experience in your home, then a projector is the only way to go.

A 65in TV not big enough for the ultimate home cinema entertainment? You need a giant screen, and that means a projector. But which one should you get? That's where our Best Buys come in...

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Sony VPL-HW45ES

Reviewed on 10th October 2016 at
£1,850

From the moment we switched this projector on, we knew Sony had a winner on its hands. It's really, really good - and if you want anything better, you'll need much deeper pockets.

The picture is crisp and detailed, the colour pallet is entirely natural and the unit is easy to set up. That's why it's our Product of the Year 2016.

 

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Under £3000
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100%

Sony VPL-HW65ES

Reviewed on 7th June 2016 at
£2,800

It might not be 4K, but this Sony projector is still a mighty tempting proposition for film buffs who want a compelling, cinematic picture for their Blu-ray collection.

We could watch movies on the Sony VPL-HW65ES all day long.

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Money no object
Portable projector

Philips Screeneo 2.0

Reviewed on 22nd August 2016 at
£1,500

Philips has plucked the neat concept of a portable all-in-one projector out of nowhere and executed it brilliantly.

The Screeneo 2.0 can produce a 120in image just inches from a wall and now supports Full HD 1080p. It's a talented picture, serving up decent contrast and black levels, and the onboard Flow Motion technology compensates for juddery camera pans. If you want a compact projector you can easily move around, this is it.

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