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About to buy hitachi tx100

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by brain, Jul 29, 2004.

  1. brain

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    Im about to buy a hitachi tx100 - and a good buy i think it will be :)

    I am going to order for a company called 24-7electrical. Has anyone got anything bad or good to say about this company? I have never used them before so I would be interested in other peoples opinions before I buy.
     
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    Hi,

    Never used them so I can't really comment on what they are like. A good price though - the best i've seen yet, although it says available late August.

    Got mine from Nexnix recently - delivered next day.

    KL
     
  3. Gorshin

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    Can you recommend it then keylion?
     
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    Yes, I definitely can recommend it.

    Haven't had time to set it up yet - I only got it earlier this week. The only thing I have altered so far is optical black level and brightness setting and it looks fantastic to me. Although it is my first projector I have had some experience with a friends H30 which also looks fabulous but I wanted the DVI input, higher resolution and lens shift features.

    Can't wait to set it up properly.

    KL
     
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    oops - i didnt see that part about the availability!! i wanted it now :(

    does anyone else know of a retailer that does buy now pay later options? I cant afford the cash right now [well i can but id rather pay it later].
     
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    I have a TX100 and its not bad at all.

    Certainly one of the top LCD machines at the moment.
     
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    brain,
    i'd recommend just talking to your bank about a loan. you'll get a better interest rate, and then you can go to whoever is good and has any.
     
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    if not ivojo (www.ivojo.co.uk) seem to do it on cred. Bank is the best tho :lesson:
     
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    yes thats all well - but 24-7 offer a buy now pay later option which is interest free. I doubt that I can get a bank loan that is interest free :(
    I would like just to buy the projector and pay now but i need to recuperate from my holiday abroad. Impatience seems to be my fault here!
     

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