Sony VPLHW45ES Review: A Great Find This Sony VPLHW45ES review is my honest and unbiased opinion on the product. Let me start by saying that I have been a long time Sony user but have never used projectors from Sony, and so when I found out my projector stopped working like it should, I thought it was about time I should give one of the finest Sony projectors a try. Finding one projector that fits my needs while at the same time does not exceed my budget limit was supposed to be difficult, but it was not the case with Sony.
Before going even further with my Sony VPLHW45ES review, let me list my preferences: a spectacular and detailed full HD images, a sophisticated yet compact design, 3D compatible, and a great fan (nothing irks me more than having to hear an audible fan a few projectors emit). I was a bit skeptical about finding the perfect projector for under $1,800. Just like any other customers who are facing numerous price-hikes yet still wanting all the finest things their budgets allow them to, my skepticism did not stop me from at least trying to find the best bang for the buck, and my little research over a few days resulted in three projectors.
One of the projectors that made it to the list at the time was Sony VPLHW45ES which was said to be a perfect fit for cinematic purposes as well as gaming. It seemed too good to be true for the price at the time, but I figured I’d have a look. I’m happy to confirm in this Sony VPLHW45ES review that it does live up to its claims! First on my Sony VPLHW45ES review to help you guys understand how great it is, this projector produces images that is incredibly detailed and sharper, Sony’s latest technolofy dubbed the “Reality Creation” does its magic in the color uniformity color department – the colors are brighter and the black level is amazing. This Sony VPLHW45ES review its motion handling as well, it seems to be working smoothly – no matter which mode you’re turning it on, whether low or high, the color stays pleasingly vibrant and sharp.
VPLHW45ES review also notes that as opposed to other projectors, Sony’s cable connections are located on the side – while this Sony VPLHW45ES review favors the features and video quality, the construction of the projector is a bit off-putting. Hopefully my honest and unbiased Sony VPLHW45ES review can help you figure out if it’s the projector for you.