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Differences between Sony 10HT / 11HT / 12HT?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by robfitzp, Jan 8, 2003.

  1. robfitzp

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    Can anyone advise the differences between these.

    How does the 10HT compare to a HS10?

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    Anyone?

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    off the top of my head I think as the model no goes the blacks get better.

    I think
     
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    Yep, blacks ... contrast ratio goes from 500:1 ?? (10HT), 700:1 (11HT) and 1000:1 (12HT). *

    The 11HT & 12HT allow HCPC use at native panel res 1366x768*.
    (The 10HT had a problem with this where you were stuck with a 4:3 aspect for computer use).

    The 12HT includes technology to reduce screendoor problems - MILA or something.

    On spec the HS10 is better than the 10HT, on a par with the 11HT but not as good as the 12HT.

    *(figures off the top of my head)
     
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    Mark / Graham,

    Thanks both.

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