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PT-AE100 vs PLV-30 vs Tosh MT-4

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Samir, May 22, 2002.

  1. Samir

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    Well I've decided to add a projector to set up and after reading this forum have shortlisted the following:

    Panny PT-AE100
    Sanyo PLV-30

    I've also seen the Tosh MT-4 for £1909. Does any one have any experince of this projector?

    I Know that the panny has a big following on this forum but if anyone has any other idea's for sub £2000
    The source will be a Denon 2800 with hacked ESS2248 firmware for NTSC Prog Scan
    Room size is 4.5m wide 5m long and the projector will be mounted on the back wall. looking for the biggest screen size possible.

    Thanks.
    Samir :)
     
  2. Samir

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    come on guys help me out here..
     
  3. Bert Coules

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    Samir,

    This might help: at 5m the AE-100 will give you a 16:9 image anything from 9ft 6ins to 11ft 10ins wide, depending on the postion of the zoom.

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    I would have considered that as too large......

    I have the sanyo....never seen the panny. The sanyo has 3 problems.....

    1. 4:3 panel
    2. noisy fan
    3. blue screen difficulties with some prog scan.....but i dont know the full story.

    Get someone who will give critisism of the panny then test them side by side with those voiews in mind.

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