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Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by fama, Oct 27, 2002.

  1. fama

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    which projector??????
    had a look at sonvideo,com
    now totally confussed
    toshiba mt7 is this same as infocus screenplay 110
    etc???????????
     
  2. Smurfin

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    If you want a decent response from people then you need to be a little more specific about what you want.

    i.e DLP/LCD, viewing conditions, things which concern you, price range etc etc
     
  3. fama

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    Thanks.
    My first experience of a PJ was the infocus 110
    at a HIFI show.
    I phoned a shop in Glasgow and he said they had nothing
    under £5000 tho they would be getting the screenplay 7200
    maybe at £6500
    I dont have a dedicated room,and see it more like a slide pj
    that I bring out when necessary,tho I could mount it on a back wall which would be roughly 15ft.from the screen.
    The room has 4 windows on one wall,and none on the others.
    I see this a mainly for watching dvds.
    The panasonic ae100 seems an obvious choice tho now to be superseded by ae200 tho no date or price for this.
    Ideally I would spend </=£5000
    I quite liked the infocus/the shop guy implied this was the same as the toshiba which was cheaper tho they didnt sell them.
    I was looking at sonvideo.com where theres an even bigger choice but was confused by mixed reviews some positive some negative of the same product
     
  4. Technophobe

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    Fama,

    The Infocus LS110 and Toshiba's MT5 are clones with the Tosh being sold a good deal cheaper for some reason at around £3500.
    Both are good buys but I did somtimes see some rainbow effect.
    If your willing to spend up to £5K why not considder importing the Sharp 9000 at £4000-£5000 as others on the forum have.
    Another PJ that surprised me was Epson's TW-100 LCD which has superb contrast for a LCD type and I think sells for around £3500.

    Technophobe
     

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