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Sim2 Domino 30

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews of Sim2 Domino 30. The average rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Projectors for all reviews. Reviewers really like the reliability and black level. The price and image quality also get good feedback, but many are less positive about the noise and usability.

design, image quality, price, black level, reliability

usability, noise

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the Sim2 Domino 30 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : John Archer (

Sim2 Fuoriserie


Can a projector really be worth £80,000?!

Gorgeous design ; Stunning picture quality ; Auto calibrates its pictures to ensure constant quality

It's hugely expensive ; It's not 4K ; Its performance doesn't improve enough over the cheaper Superlumis

This section is rendered pretty much redundant, really, by the fact that anyone lucky enough to be able to afford a Fuoriserie will have it professionally installed and maintained, while the projector pretty much calibrates itself!

May, 2014

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Expert review by : John Archer (

Sim2 Superlumis


£37,000 burning a hole in your pocket?

Unbelievable, cinema-grade picture quality ; Beautiful design and build quality ; Endless setup flexibility

Onscreen menus aren't pretty or intuitive ; Projector runs a bit noisily at highest lamp output settings ; Minor fizzing noise over skin tones at highest lamp output levels

We would, though, recommend that you are in attendance while your Superlumis is being installed, and that you’re not afraid to have some input over what motion processing if any is used, and what level of light output is chosen via the projector’s...

Nov, 2013

Expert review by : John Archer (

SIM2 M.150 review


When we found our test rooms invaded by a glut of LED projectors a couple of years ago, we felt confident that LED lighting would soon dominate the projection world in the same way it's taken over the TV industry. But we were wrong. In fact, since then...

Stunning 2D and 3D picture quality; very long lamp life; smart design

It runs slightly noisily; black levels could be a touch deeper; doesn't support 4K

Jan, 2013

Expert review by : John Archer (

SIM2 Nero 3D-1 review


So far as I'm concerned, only one home cinema product to date has really and truly nailed the 3D movie experience in the home. SIM2's Lumis 3D-S was essentially perfect, delivering a rich, sharp, detailed, colourful and completely crosstalk-free 3D...

Delicious chassis design; 2D and 3D picture quality is awesome; good set of calibration tools

Rare and subtle appearances of the rainbow effect; runs a tad noisy; UI isn’t very intuitive

May, 2012

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SIM2 C3X 1080 review


For most people, twenty three grand is a lot of money. The sort of cash needed to buy a decent 4x4 family car, or build an extension. Yet Sim2 expects you to cough up this extreme sum on something ostensibly rather less ‘essential', namely its C3X 1080...

Mar, 2010

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SIM2 HT380 review


At first glance, you might imagine that SIM2's HT380 doesn't necessarily offer the best value out there. After all, this full-HD projector sports exactly the same resolution as the far cheaper InFocus IN82, and uses much the same single-chip DLP...

Nov, 2007

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SIM2 HT3000E review


Ten grand? For a projector? Yup – and while we've no doubt many of you will consider it insanity to pay this much for something that doesn't come with four wheels and at least a couple of seats, we're equally sure that for the fortunate few, SIM2's...

Nov, 2007

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SIM2 HT300 review


This gorgeous-looking projector is an all-singing, all-dancing beauty. It uses Texas Instruments' latest ‘DC3' chipset technology, has an HD compatible resolution of 1280x720 pixels and has been fitted with an HDMI input for digital video transfer....

Sep, 2006

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SIM2 HT3000E review


The finest DLP projector ever made?

Black level response ; Decent connectivity and features

Occasional rainbow effect ; Over-complicated user interface

Sim2 has reinvigorated the HT3000 to spectacular effect, leaving us simply dumbstruck

Oct, 2007

Expert review by : Chris Heinonen (

SIM2 SUPER LUMIS Three-Chip DLP Projector



Choosing a projector is typically about weighing compromises. Better black levels over higher light output. Better 3D compared to higher contrast ratios. Light output versus picture accuracy. The SIM2 SUPER LUMIS eliminates compromise and just displays...

Feb, 2014