SharpVision Theago DT-200 User Reviews
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For how much these go today $1500 or less, it is a great value. I pair this projector with an anamorphic lens which lets me watch closer without visible pixellation (approximately 1.7x the screen's width). Colors are nice and punchy. It delivers deep dark blacks like an hd2 machine. it has dvi input for future compatibility. excellent projector for dvd viewing.
Any Problems: no problems so far. 290 hours as of this writing
Absolutely one of the best values (dollar for dollar) on the market. I have this unit hooked up to a Bravo DVD with DVI output. The picture is far more crisp than I had with my previous projector (ViewSonic PJL830) and the colors are very bright and true. I tried DVD through the S-Video input at first but was not pleased with the result. I have my HD Satellite Receiver connected via the component inputs and I must say that this is where this projector really shines (the picture is absolutely stunning). Really, you must see it to believe it !!
Any Problems: The only complaint I have with this unit is the brightness. You need a dark or low lit room to fully enjoy the image. However that is common with the vast majority of units on the market...even those that boast higher light output. Dim the lights and you will be very pleased with the DT-200. It's a great value.
Es muy buen proyector, tiene un gran imagen sobre todo cuando funciona con un DVD. Ademas tiene un gran contraste, muy buen color, y hace muy poco ruido cuando esta trabajando.Yo lo recomiendo, y eso que solo hace 4 meses que lo tengo.
Any Problems: Ningun problema.
WOW! I wouldn't have even considered this projector if it were still priced anywhere near it's original MSRP of $3999. But with the recent drop in the MSRP to $2499 and with street prices in the $1100 range this is one of the best values around. This unit has a 5x Color wheel, lenshift, DVI/wHDCP and overall great color and contrast. With the 800x600 SVGA resolution, you are better off with a screen width of 80" or less. If you fight the temptation of making the screen too large and keep it to a reasonable size, you'll be rewarded with amazing picture that looks remarkably like it's bigger more expensive brother the Z10000.
Any Problems: None
Impressive colors and deep blacks. Very happy with this pj. Would definately reccomend it. Only negative for me is that it projects light in 4:3 so there is light on the outside of the top and bottom of my 16:9 screen.