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Sharp XV-Z100 Digital Projector - £234.99!

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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
Sharp XV-Z100 Home Cinema Projector - True Widescreen, 1000 ANSI lumens, 2000:1 contrast ratio - EXCLUSIVE WHILE STOCKS LAST

The Sharp XV-Z100 home cinema projector is a brilliant visual projection unit for your home, beaming out a strong 1000 ANSI Lumens rated brightness in a 2000:1 contrast ratio to give you excellent visibility and a crisp display.

You're guaranteed a true widescreen performance from the WVGA resolution, bringing you a highly detailed display, compatible with the highest HDTV signals (1080i) as well as the most common (720p) and standard television formats (PAL and NTSC). The lightweight Sharp XV-Z100 home cinema projector offers you manual zoom and focus for complete control over the powerful output. Equipped with a remote control, you'll love the big-screen entertainment you can enjoy from the comfort of your armchair.

Enjoy. :)
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#1
1080p is better than 1080i
#2
Rufus Fook
1080p is better than 1080i


Whats your point? Not a reason for voting cold :?

The PJ is only 854 x 480.. so its SD , not HD, tho it can downscale HD.
A good price none the less, though I would pick something which is more recognised as a home cinema projector
#3
Great price but this projector can only show full detail with ntsc dvds or games consoles running at standard definition at 60hz ntsc speed. Any pal sources will be scaled down in detail slightly and it has no high definition functionality only the ability to downscale hd to fit its lower resolution. Lets not be negative though. Its a brilliant price for a capable projector but is most suited to someone who has a lot of import R1 DVDs. Its a DLP projector so rainbows may be an issue.
#4
sharps an a mazing make !!! i love it
#5
An excellent PJ got one myself, displays the XBOX 360 almost as good as other HD projectors I've seen, I thought I got a bargain at more than this and to be fair I still feel I've got a bargain at £120 more as mine was mainly for gaming and it looks better than my Samsung HDTV and 4 times the size. Grab it if you can at this price.
#6
I ordered one of these on Thursday and got an email from Misco saying that they have sold out and wouldn't be getting any more.
#7
Its not the best PJ out there, no HD etc but for that price its still a Bargain for a Sharp
#8
bingsy
I ordered one of these on Thursday and got an email from Misco saying that they have sold out and wouldn't be getting any more.


Looks like mine was a bargain then.
#9
MDX
Its not the best PJ out there, no HD etc but for that price its still a Bargain for a Sharp


HD is the new buzz word, trust me when fed with the right source, there's not a major difference on this PJ to HD ones.
#10
Exactamundo.
#11
Rufus Fook
1080p is better than 1080i

Barely, not that your comment has anything to do with this thread.
#12
I Love the complaining about it not being HD.
have you seen the price of HD projectors?
If you want to spend £8000 plus then go for it.

I own a SD NEC proj and the quality rivals that of my 37" HD LCD.
#13
Rufus Fook
1080p is better than 1080i

what a plum 1080p what do you know of 1080p there is only the ps3/blueray that displays at that it will be years before we see any real use of 1080p theres nothing displaying 1080i yet and dont bother saying sky+/v+ these are just scaled up from a normal SD source i expect someone with no real knowledge to say somthing like that at that price that PJ is a steal i fit PJ and high end audio visual kit in pubs and clubs all over the country and they pay a lot more than that for **** Projectors this is a bargin even if you just use it for your games console its cheaper than a cheap 22inch lcd.
#14
I’m not in the market for one of these but the SHARP LAMP MODULE FOR SHARP XVZ10000E PROJECTOR £373.83 ex VAT £439.25 inc VAT:w00t: I know you can usually find the lamps cheaper elsewhere. If not then it would be cheaper to but 2 projectors in the first place:whistling:
#15
I doubt if its worth getting a replacement bulb. Its a reasonable lifespan anyway and should last a few years without replacement and then its either find some cheap old stock of bulbs or trash the projector. When my AE100 bulb goes tits up I'll probably have a quick look round for cheap replacment bulb and if I can't find one simply replace the projector. No way I'm pay £200+ for a AE100 bulb. I've already had about 3 years out of it or more, actually probably 4 now so the projector itself is quite worn anyway although no dead pixels or colour purity issues for me as of yet.
#16
People on the avforum were buying this so that they could use the bulb on their better projector that used the same bulb.
#17
There Is No Stock At Misco. And They Wont Be Getting Any More.
#18
I'm in the same position regarding the replacement bulb for my projector. Once I reach the 3000 hours life I'll be more than likely just buying a new projector. I'll probably get a much better projector for the same money as the replacement anyway.

I was trying to think how long that would last me, even watching a film a night its still going to be 4 years or so?
#19
its gone :(
#20
al_athari
HD is the new buzz word, trust me when fed with the right source, there's not a major difference on this PJ to HD ones.

Trust me.. the bigger the screen, the more that HD source is required. If you are watching on a 100” screen, having twice as many pixels in your 720P Projector will make a significant difference. To suggest otherwise is incorrect.
But yes, you can still get good images for DVD’s etc from a 480P projector.
#21
arcsbite
I Love the complaining about it not being HD.
have you seen the price of HD projectors?
If you want to spend £8000 plus then go for it.

I own a SD NEC proj and the quality rivals that of my 37" HD LCD.


I have an HD Projector. Sanyo PLV-Z3. You can buy a new PLV-Z5 for about £600... I have NO idea where £8000 came from :-(
#22
yea 8000? a freind of mine got the optima hd70 for 700 pounds.
#23
it’s a good deal, or was.
But take the £800 plus RRP with a pinch of salt, as HD PJ’s can be had new for less.
SD Home Cinema PJ’s can be bought new for £400 generally, so you are saving £130 which is great, but not the £570 that you might think.
#24
smashed
I have an HD Projector. Sanyo PLV-Z3. You can buy a new PLV-Z5 for about £600... I have NO idea where £8000 came from :-(


the Sanyo PLV-Z3 is a 720p projector, we were talking true HD (1080p)

http://www.ultimateavmag.com/features/905cedia/index2.html
#25
Im not going to get into this argument. Yes, you can get 1080P projectors, but they start at under £2.5k, not 8k ;)
But 720P is still HD , which is what your argument was..

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