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Mitsubishi Electric HC6000

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews of Mitsubishi Electric HC6000. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Projectors for all reviews. Reviewers really like the noise and design. The price and usability also get good reviews, but there are some negative comments about the size.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the Mitsubishi Electric HC6000 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Mitsubishi HC6000


A quality design in many ways, and well worth an audition

Colourful image; low background noise; sharp, detailed image; quiet; small

Only the presence of less expensive rivals

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Mitsubishi HC6000 Full HD 1080 LCD Projector Review


As the wave of new 1080 projector models is about to break, we get a UK exclusive first look at the HC6000 from Mitsubishi.

Great value for money ; Excellent image detail and Good black level with solid screen uniformity in both out of the box and calibrated use ; Excellent Video Processing ; Easy to use menu system and good build quality

Lack of Colour Management system ; Primaries slightly oversaturated on Red and Greens which can occasionally distract ; No direct anamorphic controls for 2.35:1

Expert review by : Good Gear (

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This is almost the perfect projector for a home theatre setup; it'll produce sublime colours whether watching Blu-ray movies or DVDs, and it's also a very quiet and relatively cool operator. However, its ability to handle dark scenes could be better...

Natural-looking colour reproduction, motorised lens movements, will happily display lower-than-high-definition resolutions from a PC without looking blotchy or pixelated

Dark scenes in movies had some details lost in the shadows, slightly soft overall image quality, no picture-in-picture

Apr, 2008

Expert review by : Kevin Miller (

Mitsubishi HC6000


One of the better performers in the entry-level 1080p projector race, the Mitsubishi HC6000 also benefits from a comprehensive feature set.

Solid value with capable video-processing ; Linear greyscale tracking ; Accurate colour decoding ; Full feature package for ease of set-up ; Plenty of connectivity

Inaccurate primary and secondary colours ; Black-level performance could be improved a bit more

This scene also provided a tough test for motion, with a sharp left-to-right pan in the diner when the young girl comes along to serve Jack. Unfortunately, the HC6000 doesn't display a multiple of 24 frames per second from Blu-ray, so there was some...

Apr, 2008

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Mitsubishi HC6000 Projector


Mitsibushi carries over the fine styling from the HC6000's earlier versions, with a compact and elegant cabinet finished in charcoal gray, along with a lens cover that is sculpturally shaped to match the cabinet's curves and contours. The optical...

Mitsubishi has a winner with the HC6000, providing a top-notch video processing section along with an excellent optical system that allows the easiest and fastest setup via the remote control. It’s also pleasantly devoid of gimmicky picture...

Sep, 2008

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Mitsubishi HC6000


A quality design in many ways, and well worth an audition

Sep, 2008

Expert review by : Kevin Miller (

Mitsubishi HC6000 3LCD Video Projector


Introduction Mitsubishi's new HC6000, using advanced three-panel inorganic LCD panels (3LCD), replaces last year's HC5000. It is the company's latest 1080p 3LCD front projector. I was very pleased to discover that Mitsubishi made significant...

Jul, 2008

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Feb, 2008

Expert review by : Evan Powell (

Mitsubishi HC6000 Review


Despite the modest looking improvements in the specifications, the HC6000 is clearly a better projector than the HC5000, which itself was an outstanding product.

Despite the modest looking improvements in the specifications, the HC6000 is clearly a better projector than the HC5000, which itself was an outstanding product. If you were looking at them side by side without knowing the specifications, you could not...

Sep, 2007

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Expert review by : Anthony Arrigo (

Mitsubishi HC6000


Excellent sharpness ; Quietest home theater projector we have ever seen (or heard) ; Slightly better than average brightness in "best" mode (Cinema) ; Average brightness in "brightest" mode ; After proper setup, offers balanced and extremely pleasing...

Pixel visibility is classic LCD, but since it's a 1080p projector the pixel structure is so small, that you won't see it at normal seating distances ; Remote Control's backlight is dim, definitely annoying in a dark room, until you memorize the buttons...

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Sep, 2007

Product Specifications


Bandwidth:170 MHz
Horisontal Synchronization Range:15-100 kHz
Vertical Synchronization Range:50-120 Hz


HDMI Inputs:2
PC Mouse Communication:Serial
S-Video Inputs:1
VGA Inputs:1

Image resolution

Aspect Ratio:16:9
Brightness:1000 ANSI Lumens
Contrast (full on/off):13000 :1
Maximum Resolution:UXGA (1600x1200)
Standard Resolution:1920x1080 HDTV
Supporting Aspect Ratios:4:3
True Widescreen: Yes


Digital Zoom Possibilities:
Lens Aperture:1.8-2.3


Depth:353 mm
Depth (in):13.9 in
Height:124 mm
Height (in):4.9 in
Weight:5.62 Kg
Weight (lb):12.4 lb
Width:332 mm
Width (in):13.1 in


Full HD (1920x1080):Yes (1920x1080)
HDTV Compatible: Yes
Supported Picture Formats:720p, 1080i/p


Audible Noise:22 dB
Audible Noise (whisper mode):19 dB
Lamp Effect:160 Watts
Lamp Life:2000 h
Manufacturer Warranty (lamp excluded): years
Power Consumption:250 watts