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HS20 for £1,998.00, any cheaper?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by pat22, Mar 23, 2004.

  1. pat22

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    hi, £1982 at nexnix .co.uk

    ps: i am thinking of getting the z2, but i have an eye for pic quality, so would i be best going for the hs20? i will only be using component connection so would i notice the pic quality between the 2 pj's.??
     
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    Nexnix price is without DP check and delivery.

    But, I just contacted them and they offered to match discounelectricaldb' price.

    I was originally planing on buying a Z2 or a P500, but my wife wanted the projector to be on a shelf (back wall as opposed to the ceiling mount).
    So I decided to go for the HS20 ‘longer throw’ (HS10 would also do, but I decided that the price deference was small enough to go with the HS20)

    Never viewed any of them…Just have faith in the Avforums user!
     
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    This is what I did.

    I bought from Robert Whyte. Not at that price mind(extra £50 - Ive had it 2 months).

    Take the 12 months interest free - put the money in an interest account where you will probably make about £80 therefore buying the projector for a grand total of 2K.

    Chris
     

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