PANASONIC PT-AE 200 Need help fast!!!

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  • Bam!
    Super Senior Member
    • Jan 2004
    • 2458

    PANASONIC PT-AE 200 Need help fast!!!

    Hey guys!

    What do you think of this piece for 1800.00$ Canadian + taxes

    Is there better for the money...how good is it ?

    Thanks!




    Bam!
    Got a nice rack to show me ?
  • Lex
    Moderator Emeritus
    • Apr 2001
    • 27461

    #2
    What are the specs on it? 800 X 600? LCD?

    Lex
    Doug
    "I'm out there Jerry, and I'm loving every minute of it!" - Kramer

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    • Paul H
      Senior Member
      • Feb 2004
      • 904

      #3
      That seems like a reasonable deal, but no 'race out and get it right now price'.

      To assist others who wish to comment, specs are as follows:

      PT-L200U


      700 ANSI Lumens 16:9 Native Micro-Cinema Projector



      U.S. List Price: $1,999.00
      PT-L200U





      Features

      700 ANSI lumens brightness

      Digital keystone correction

      700:1 Contrast Ratio

      16:9 wide screen LCD panels - 4:3 compatible

      858 x 484 resolution

      Whisper-quiet 28dB

      6.4 lbs

      SD memory card slot

      6 picture modes

      Up to 5000-hour lamp life

      Color temperature adjustable

      Optional ceiling mount

      Multi-function wireless remote

      2-watt speaker

      Enhanced noise reduction technology

      One-year limited warranty


      Bam, check out the Sanyo Z1 at Quebecacoustic.com. It looks comparable in features for just under $1700.

      Paul

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      • Bam!
        Super Senior Member
        • Jan 2004
        • 2458

        #4
        Thanks Paul...

        I was just about to post those specs for Doug`s question....

        Thanks for the comments and reply I appreciate it bud

        If you guys have any other sugg in the 2000.00$ or less range than don`t be shy.... this is for my buddy and he wants to buy it within the next couple of weeks...

        Take care and thanks again!




        Bam!
        Got a nice rack to show me ?

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        • Lex
          Moderator Emeritus
          • Apr 2001
          • 27461

          #5
          I think if I was gonna go a Sanyo, I'd tell him to scrape together another 800ish and get a Z2. That's a real crowd pleaser.

          I think the Panny will be a pretty nice projector. If he needs to run it in daylight though, he may need to look for a bit more lumens. However, the Lumens is not always a true indicator of brightness anyway. Read a review or two, that's a good place to start.

          lex
          Doug
          "I'm out there Jerry, and I'm loving every minute of it!" - Kramer

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          • Dean McManis
            Moderator Emeritus
            • May 2003
            • 762

            #6
            Unless you had a problem with DLP projectors, I'd choose the InFocus X1 instead. It costs a couple hundred (Canadian) more, but you get better light output, much better contrast, better blacks, and comparable resolution.

            -Dean.

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            • Bent
              Super Senior Member
              • Sep 2003
              • 1570

              #7
              I don't want to get into trouble posting dealer links, but the X1 can be found in Canada for less than 1400 bucks...

              I'd do some searching if I were you...

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              • Bam!
                Super Senior Member
                • Jan 2004
                • 2458

                #8
                Bent!

                That's right 8O !!!!Wowowowowowowowowowowowo!

                I called and the guy told me they have an Infocus model #???? that is like the X1 but is made for Home Theater and it sells for a couple hundred more!

                anyone know about that response 8O !

                Thanks man you guys ROCK! :-y




                Bam!
                Got a nice rack to show me ?

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                • Andrew Pratt
                  Moderator Emeritus
                  • Aug 2000
                  • 16508

                  #9
                  Bam I sent you an email to some vendors that might be of interest.

                  check out the Studio Experience 1HD as well before buying anything else.




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