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Is this anygood for home cinema?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Digikid, Mar 20, 2001.

  1. Digikid

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    I have just been offered a second hand Panasonic PT-L711E LCD projector for around £900. Is this any good for home cimema? Your help is needed. The spec is as follows:


    System 3 * Polysilicon LCD
    Resolution XGA (1024*768)
    ANSI Lumens 1400
    Contrast 300:1
    Lamp 160w UHM, 2000hrs.
    Lens Manual zoom/focus 1:1-1:1.3 F1.8-2.1
    Image Size 40" - 300"
    Distance 1.18m - 11.72m
    Computers VGA, SVGA, XGA, MXGA, SXGA, UXGA, Mac 13,16 & 19
    Video PAL, PAL-n, SECAM, NTSC, M-NTSC, PAL-M
    Power Supply 100-240v AC 50/60Hz
    Power Consumption 240w
    Audio 2 * 1 watt stereo
    Noise 28db.
    Remote PC & Mac compatible
    Interchangeable Lens No
    Dimensions 233mm(W) * 98mm(H) * 330mm(D)
    Weight 3.8kg
    Hor. bandwidth 15 to 97 kHz
    Ver. bandwidth 50-120 Hz

     
  2. meva

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    I doubt if anybody here has much used Panasonic projectors for home cinema as they tend to be used only for business.There is a review of a Panasonic projector on the home-entertainment.co.uk website.It's a different model but it's probably worth reading,look in the archive for the old website.
     
  3. Vis Man

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    ive used one in a rear projection rig its got excellent picture quality on data and video and if im write in saying its got a document camera built on the back which can easily be taken off. They were bloody expensive when they first came out about 2 years ago
     

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