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SONY VPL-HS1 - any good?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Smurfin, Sep 3, 2002.

  1. Smurfin

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    Anyone got this projector and can comment on it?

    How does it compare to the panny?

    And any other info....thx:D
     
  2. Gavin_Hall

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    I think if you do a little research, possible using the "search" facility (Up there in the top right hand corner of this page!!), you will find all you need to know :rolleyes:

    A good search string would be "Sony Cineza" or "Sony HS-1".

    Have fun :)

    Gavin
     
  3. Smurfin

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    Thanks...didn't even know that existed, very handy:D
     
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    Ive had one a few months & very happy with it. I had a faulty ae1000 before the sony & was to scared of getting a replacement. I run it wih a DAV 500 & a Draper 69" 16.9 screen & as long as the room is dark myself I think the picture is perfect. I had it at 150" to play a friend on my ps2 which was still top notch as it was on a wall. No worries of a break down but the accessories a expensive (except bulbs) would be nice if it had such a short throw range as the panasonic though.
     

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