Digital Projection M-Vision Cine 230 Projector Sweepstakes

Our biggest sweepstakes ever—up for grabs is a single M-Vision Cine 230 DLP projector from Digital Projection, valued at $6995! As readers of, and know, the ultimate home-theater experience can only be achieved with a front projector firing onto a big screen, which can produce a much larger and more immersive image than any flat panel. Unfortunately, this is also the most expensive type of display system—that is, unless you're the winner of our latest sweepstakes!

The M-Vision Cine 230 is a single-chip DLP projector from one of the most respected high-end manufacturers in the world. It's 1920x1080 resolution is illuminated with a 230-watt UHP lamp to achieve a maximum light output of 1000 lumens and a native contrast ratio of 3000:1, and it will fill a screen up to 10 feet wide in a darkened room. This home-cinema projector provides an advanced video processor, and installation is very flexible with a compact and lightweight chassis, horizontal and vertical lens shift, 1.85-2.40 lens zoom, and wireless IR and RS-232 control.

To enter the sweepstakes, all you need is an account on, and/or You can enter once on each site. If you don't already have an account, click on the link labeled "register" at the bottom of this announcement or "Create new account" in the right column below the ads. Then, enter a username and a valid e-mail address, and click on the "Create new account" button. A message will be automatically sent to the e-mail address you specified, which will include a link to activate the account.

The final step (and only step for those who already have an account) is to log in and leave a single comment right here on this announcement—any comment will do, as long as it's not profane or spam. Then, after the entry period, one lucky commenter will be chosen at random to receive the prize. So post a comment, and good luck!

For complete sweepstakes rules, click here.

[This sweepstakes is now closed.]

aceg1aceg1's picture

Great projector. Throws a very detailed image.

GGGillett's picture

Only if I win one of these!

moonoy's picture

Oooooooooh, it's mine!!!!

rsmith449's picture

This is a great promotion. Would love to win. I would love to enter the world of the projectors.

idboy's picture

So I've never won a big thing before, this would be a really cool way to start...

george55's picture

this would be a great gift for my bday!

dudleysm's picture

Doesn't get much better!

ad6055's picture

A contest worth entering. Great projector!

JimsYZF's picture

I would LOVE to add this to my home theater room. Well, at least thats what I call it ;)

rsmith449's picture

i am going to keep entering. i want to win it...

kevinmahaney1's picture

I'd love to enter into the projector world on a high note.

cormier78's picture

New house, now a new M-Vision Cine 230 DLP projector?

MarkJ's picture

Me wants....

cjcollard's picture

Yes! I thank you in advance for choosing me! Huzzah!!!

the_mr_bill's picture

Thanks for doing this!

bill's picture

This is neat. I'm keeping my fingers crossed . . .

Ponderosa's picture

Would be great to watch movies with the kids!

yerfdog's picture

I hope I win!

LandOfToz's picture

Home Theater Rocks!

sapiendut's picture

instead of changing the bulb on the PT-AE3000U, I should just win this projector. :D

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rheyda's picture

I need an upgrade from my old Sony...

jobob's picture

$7K and no 3D?

sharkfood's picture

If I win this, I would gladly buy a 10' foot screen to take advantage of this awesome projector.

alanrkanter's picture

I can certainly use a nice new projector. My last one died 2 years ago and I've been waiting
for something that uses either LED or laser illuminators. Hey but at this price I'll be more than happy to change the lamp every 9 months.
Did someone say I watch too much TV? Them thar fightin' words!

beetlei's picture

Would be hard pressed to watch anything through the tears of joy I'd be crying.

sfyalek's picture

The projector looks terrific. I can use the upgrade of my front projector if I won this projector.

lcarliner's picture

A downer with single chip DLP products is fan noise, aggravated by the need to provide mechanical rotation for the color wheel, and possiblility of motion sickness because of the inherent characteristics of the rotating wheel. Also, the color wheel limits color accuracy! (The blue filter used for setting color and hue has limitations, especially with LCD direct view products.) I had proposed the use of a pair of counter-rotating color wheels to make the motion blur symmetric. The use of stobed laser or LED illumination is an alternative to the color wheel for dealing with motion blur.

hcazoo's picture

picture it in my new home theater!

kvbit's picture


just what I need for my future home cinema!