Toshiba MT200 Home Cinema Projector £347 delivered
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Toshiba MT200 Home Cinema Projector £347 delivered

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Found 10th Aug 2006
This is a fantastic price for this Toshiba MT200 Home Cinema Projector, currently just £340 at Dabs.com plus £7 delivery.This is £780 at Savastore and the next cheapest price i can find is £500 but this is from a marketplace seller at Amazon.

Features DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology, which provides premium picture quality in a small, lightweight package. The DLP projector employs a DMD (digital micromirror device) to create images. DLP is a reflective technology, which results in higher ANSI Lumens and Contrast Ratios in comparison to other technologies. The result is a bright image that doesn't sacrifice sharpness or color.

The projector is native 16 x 9, which works best with the newest video sources. With a simple push of a button this projector can also display 4 x 3 images to accommodate non-widescreen video sources.

The MT200 will accept HD (1080i and 720p) signals but will scale them and display them at 480p. Even though maximum resolution is 480p, the projector will accept the input of higher and lower resolution video sources.

The 6 Segment Color Wheel helps ensure natural, saturated colors with great contrast while reducing the rainbow effect.

Digital Keystone Correction allows for flexibility in installation and positioning. The MT200 can be placed above or below (+/- 15 degrees) the ideal mounting position with minimal video distortion.

For full details see next post or follow the DEAL link above. Thanks to monkeydust for the pointer!

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Thanks Cat :thumbsup:

Good review here:

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found the deal yesterday here ]askrav.com/blog (some futher review links on the site) - btw its just arrived in the office will let you know how I get on!! Looks like a stunning deal

Never looked back since buying myself a projector 14 months ago.
True it was high-def but it cost 3 times what this is going for!

Only thing you might have to budget for are some glorious long cables, maybe a ceiling mount and inevitably the replacement bulbs.

Edit: Before diving in take into consideration that there is no scart connection.

Just ordered mine, searched the whole internet could not find a better deal then this ... Will leave some reputation

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Thanks only4ali
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