Digital Projection M-Vision Cine LED DLP Projector Conclusion
I really enjoyed watching the M-Vision Cine LED. Detail is impeccable, at least on HD material, colors are rich but natural, video processing is exceptional, and shadow detail is among the best I've seen in a long time. Its only shortcoming is the depth of blacks in real program material, which doesn't seem to conform to the black-level measurement I obtained, a discrepancy I can't explain.
After spending some time with this projector, I'm convinced that LED illumination is a viable alternative to conventional lamps, offering many advantages and few drawbacks. And this particular model is among the least-expensive of those that have been announced so far. If you have the right room and screen, the M-Vision Cine LED will deliver an engaging image that's sure to please for 60,000 hours to come.
LED illumination means no lamp replacement
LEDs don't change color or brightness over time
LEDs consume less power and generate less heat than lamps
No color wheel, fewer "rainbow" artifacts
Superb color, detail, shadow detail
Excellent video processing
Relatively low light output
Real-world blacks could be deeper