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How is the Toshiba tlp-s30u?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Impulse, Jan 5, 2003.

  1. Impulse

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    I am thinking of picking one up for a home theater setup, thanks!
     
  2. Impulse

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    These are the specs:
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    Includes:

    2-year limited warranty
    Remote control with laser pointer
    Soft carry case
    Users Manual
    Quick Guide
    AC Cable
    RGB Computer Cable
    Audio Visual Cable
    Audio Cable for video
    Audio Cable for Computer
    CD-Rom

    The Toshiba TLP-S30U projector is an ideal solution for presenters who demand quality images and portability at a low price. This feature-packed projector includes a special monitor output connector, allowing connectivity to a monitor in addition to the projection on the screen and enhancing presentations in any setting, including the classroom.

    Delivering bright, crisp images, the TLP-S30U projector boast 1,400 ANSI lumens, a 400:1 contrast ratio, SVGA (800 x 600) and XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, respectively, and automatic keystone correction.

    The TLP-S30U is compatible with Toshiba's notebooks and Pocket PCs. At five pounds, the projector is easy-to-use with "plug and project" functionality to ensure worry-free, professional presentations with Toshiba reliability, compatibility, and versatility. The sleek design with impressive two-tone magnesium casing adds durability and reliability.

    The Toshiba TLP-S30U gives mobile professionals the ability to deliver exceptional presentations with integrated data, video, and audio capabilities and a one-watt speaker for enhancing multimedia effects. Toshiba's new projectors have minimal noise at an extremely quiet 35dBA, ensuring that the projector will not interfere with the presentation.


    Specifications:
    Brightness (Lumens) : 1400 ANSI
    Contrast: Full On/Off: 400:1
    Weight: 5.0 lbs.
    Native: 800x600 Pixels, Maximum: 1280x1024 Pixels
    Size (inches) (HxWxD) : 3.0 x 10.9 x 7.8
    Throw Dist (feet) : 4.3 - 36.1
    Image Size (inches) : 29.3 - 300.0
    Lens: Zoom: Manual, 1.2:1
    Digital Zoom
    Digital Keystone Correction
    Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (SVGA)
    Performance: H-Sync Range: 15.0 - 93.0kHz
    V-Sync Range: 50 - 85Hz
    Speakers: 1.0W Mono
    Max Power: 240W
    Voltage: 100V - 240V
    Audible Noise: 38.0 dB
    Special: Economy Mode Lamp


    Performance:
    H-Sync Range: 15.0 - 93.0kHz
    V-Sync Range: 50 - 85Hz
    Speakers: 1.0W Mono
    Max Power: 240W
    Voltage: 100V - 240V
    Audible Noise: 38.0 dB
    Special: Economy Mode Lamp

    Compatibility:

    HDTV: 1080i,720p, EDTV/480p, SDTV/480i:

    Inputs:

    Component Video
    Video
    Computer

    Warranty:

    Two year manufacturers warranty
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    Sound good?
     
  3. Hoglet

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    How much?

    38dB noise is loud!!!

    --- Dave
     
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    If it's under £1000 then maybe. Off course you may have noticed that it doesnt list 576i (PAL) or 576P(Pal progressive) as standards it supports. Also all the specs it does mention are pretty irrelevant to the actual performance that may or may not be achievable. when watching movies or normal TV through it.

    Best advice is to view one with your chosen sources and those you may use in the future. If you cannot view before purchase then make sure you are happy to take a big hit re-selling it if it turns out badly.

    Gordon
     

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