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Sony HS10 v VW11HT

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

  1. museumsteve

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    is there enough difference to justify the 11HT. Specs seem fantastic on the HS10..
     
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    couldn't wait, so picked up an HS10 this afternoon..:)
     
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    Hi Steve

    Love to know where from, how much and what you think of it. I currently have a Barco CRT but the physical size is a bit of a problme so potentailly looking at going back to LCD or DLP. Keen to know what you think and what it's like compared to any other pj's you have seen or owned.

    Thanks.
     
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    got mine from KrishAV in Chiswick (from stock) £2300.
    First impressions blow the Panny away (PTAE100) but now struggling as little with connections as I'm looking to use DVI for PC and also RGB from Iscan for PAL and Component for feed from my Pioneer 939-A (PS) and consoles in PS (NTSC). I was hoping it may have an HD15 connection as well, but alas there isn;t one..
    Once sorted I'll come back and let you know how I got on. Throw distance isn;t much different from Panny so that was a good start.:)
     

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