PMA Research, the worldwide market information experts on front projectors, has posted highlights from their most recent Projector Tracking Service results to the “Top-Selling Projectors” area of their website.
For more than 25 years now, PMA Research has collected monthly sell-through data from leading U.S. projector dealers, retailers, web resellers, and distributors. Their Tracking Service family of monthly reports offers timely data and analysis on unit sales, true volume-weighted street prices, and inventories of front projectors for these channels.
Each month, PMA Research posts their “Top 5” Projector Lists for the following categories:
4K UHD and 4K Support Home Entertainment Projectors
This “Top 5″ list is compiled from PMA’s monthly Retail Projector Tracking Service panel, which is made up of U.S. retailers, web resellers, and custom installers. For 4K UHD and 4K Support home entertainment projector sales, relative newcomer VAVA had the best-selling model – the VAVA 4K LT002. Optoma followed with a pair of projectors – their UHD30 and UHD50X came in second and third, respectively. Epson rounded out this February projector list with a pair of models – the PowerLite Home Cinema 5050UB and PowerLite Home Cinema 3800 in the fourth and fifth spots, respectively.
This “Top 5″ list is compiled from PMA’s monthly Pro AV Projector Tracking Service panel, which is made up of Pro AV dealers and systems integrators. In the Interactive projector segment, Epson had three of the “Top 5” models in February. Three BrightLink models – the 685Wi, 695Wi and 1485Fi come in first, third and fifth, respectively. Maxell rounded out the Interactive models list with the MC-TW3506 in the second spot and the MP-TW4011 in the fourth spot.
Laser Projectors (Normal/Semi-Throw) with 5000 and Higher Lumens
This “Top 5″ list is compiled from PMA’s monthly Distributor Projector Tracking Service panel, which is made up of IT, Pro AV, and CEDIA distributors. In the +5000-lumen, laser-phosphor projector segment, Panasonic had the best-selling model – the PT-RZ570 – in February. Sony claimed two spots on this list with the VPL-PHZ12 and VPL-PHZ50 coming in second and fourth, respectively. Epson’s PowerLite L610U took the third spot and NEC’s NP-P525WL came in fifth.
Resellers, distributors, manufacturers, and the press are invited to visit PMA’s site each month at www.pmaresearch.com to see the 5 Top Selling projectors for these channels, as well as new product blogs and information on PMA Research’s projector market research offerings.
About PMA Research
PMA Research (PMA) specializes in worldwide market information for the projector industry, including detailed and comprehensive coverage of High-End Projectors, Mainstream Projectors, and Pico Projectors. With a series of quarterly projector shipment and forecast reports along with monthly sales tracking, PMA publishes data-driven insights for projector manufacturers, component suppliers, accessory companies, and channel partners.
Expanded coverage of the Display industry includes market information on U.S. Professional Large-Format Flat Panel displays. PMA’s Flat Panel Tracking Reports offer timely sell-through data and analysis on unit sales, revenues, and true volume-weighted street prices of LCD, OLED, QLED, and Direct-View LED displays sold by leading U.S. dealers, systems integrators, and distributors.
PMA Research also offers a comparative analysis with their The All-Displays Distributor Tracking report. This report is valuable in that it combines flat panel and projector sell-through data from leading U.S. Distributors into one report, making it easy to compare and analyze these different display product segments.
PMA Research was formerly Pacific Media Associates, which was established by Dr. William Coggshall. Dr. Coggshall was a co-founder of Dataquest (now part of Gartner) and helped start the syndicated high-tech market information business. PMA Research has offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia.