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HS10 performance

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by jcrookes, Jan 3, 2003.

  1. jcrookes

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    Thinking about buying a Sony HS10 LCD projector, but need to know how such machines perform in less than ideal lighting situations.

    I'll normally use this to watch DVD's in near total darkness, but would like to use a projector when darkness is not appropriate (eg. watching TV or when someone is reading). I'm not talking bright sunlight, but more like ambient lighting.

    Would a DLP PJ perform any better under such circumstances?

    Also considering Sharp M20X or NEC HT1000. Any opinions?

    Many thanks,

    Jon.
     
  2. Kramer

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    THE HS-10 is useable in a "slightly lit" environment.

    Not ideal obviously, but the extra lumen output & high contrast ratio make it far more useful than say a Panasonic AE-100.

    Even brighter in "high" power mode, but this shouldn't be needed.
     

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