Hitachi PJ-TX10 User Ratings

Hitachi PJ-TX10 Projector
WVGA (854x480), 700 ANSI Lumens,
7.7 lbs,

17 User Ratings Rated 4.7
Image Quality 4.6
Features 4.6
Construction 4.5
Ease of Use 4.8
Reliability 4.7
Value for Money 4.7
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Jul 11, 2012  Don details
    Going on 8 years of ownership, I'm very happy with this projector. Ave...
Aug 06, 2005  Tom M details
    Very cheap, still beats any rear projection or plasma for bang for buc...
May 05, 2005  2scoops details
    I did alot of research on Projectors before i took the plunge and fina...
Mar 11, 2005  Richard details
    This projector represents great value for money the picture quality is...
Feb 23, 2005  Santo - Melbourne Australia details
    Recently upgraded from a Kodak V600 projector to the Hitachi PJ-TX10 ...
Jan 28, 2005  stewart details
    Just got it the other day and have been testing it with every thing on...
May 20, 2004  divingrocks details
    Item purchased in Germany. Easy set-up, but no "how-to" guide to set ...
Apr 19, 2004  Mark details
    I did a ton of research, and in Canada, this seems to be the best prod...
Apr 09, 2004  ViD details
    I bought this recently and have about 10hrs on it so far. I love the l...
Apr 08, 2004  Michael details
    I purchased the PJ-TX10 for use in a dedicated home theater room where...
Feb 17, 2004  Kenti details
    A great projector I must say. There are many reasons to choose this pr...
Jan 11, 2004  Kris details
    Absolutely blew me away, I use it on a draper Luma 69" screen and the ...
Jan 06, 2004  Peter Armstrong details
    An excellent home theatre projector. This projector was manufactured w...
Nov 26, 2003  Nasu details
    Fantastic picture and great Projector! Best by under 2000$. Comparin...
Nov 07, 2003  sauron details
    I bought just right now,but i would share with everybody,this is a REA...
Oct 22, 2003  casper details
    upon using this model at work since its release and clocking up over 1...
Oct 13, 2003  snkpkp details
    I used to own a Panasonic PT AE 100 and was happy with it until the bu...