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.]

perezjr2's picture

Can I get a subwoofer with my new projector?

Jim's picture

So I will make sure I have connections in the ceiling for this baby!

CDHDC's picture

If I win this, the 55" is going in the bedroom and new speakers shall be purchased to compliment the projector:)

djsky717's picture

My old Infocus needs a new bulb. If only there's a way around it...

pny's picture

I have been looking at and wanting a front projection home theater system for a while; this would be a great start!

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catmar's picture

This would be the perfect center piece for my new home theater project.

accotsalas's picture

This would make my basement just that much more awesome.w

kidrada2's picture

I really need a 1080P projector to upgrade my old 720P projector

Schmugaly's picture

Boy, would that look good hanging from the ceiling or what?!

fcosantanap's picture

the best projector ever! for $6,995, and this many awesome reviews, I've got to have it! please pick me!!!

funboy's picture

if i get this

Iwant4k's picture

I've never won anything, love the magazine.

eblair's picture

A perfect present for the video room.

edgeman's picture

Sweet ride!

Steve Weisser's picture

I hope I win this awesome projector. It would be a great contribution to the Steve Foundation.

BigFred's picture

Great magazine guys. Put my name in the hat.

jsklaroff's picture

This would be the perfect upgrade from the 60 inch DLP I currently have!

Can't wait to set it up!

(one can dream can't they)

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goodeye's picture

Single comment: PICK ME!

eric3000's picture

Would be nice to win...

ajricaud's picture

To win.

kugumby's picture

Just finished my dedicated room. Using my 6 year old 62" LCoS and I am DYING to upgrade to a projector.

Good luck to all, but I hope I win :-)

mark462's picture

Nice! Just got back from Vegas...maybe I can have better odds winning this!?

kthugut's picture

pick me to win

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ewelti's picture

I'll take it, just in time for the new theater I worked on over the winter

mrumpza's picture

I have always wanted to upgrade my home theater experience to a front projection system. This would be a great way to start.

nporter's picture

i've got the perfect room to take advantage of this quality item

maj0crk's picture

it accepts an anamorphic lens. Otherwise, what the heck, I'll still use it.