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I NEED SOME IMFORMATION FOR PANASONIC CRT PROJECTOR, ESPECIALLL , MODEL: PT 1085 1093 1095, BECAUSE THERE ARE ONLY PANASONIC PROJECTOR IN LOCAL. I USE GOOGLE, BUT NOTHING CAN USE. I NEED THEIR INFORMTION AND MANUAL. THX
post #2 of 8
I've never heard of the 109x models you list, but the 1085 seems to be a pretty good little projector. Panasonic makes the projection tubes for many different manufacturers, so the Panasonic branded projectors are likely decent enough. If its your only choice, then it will be better than none.
PS: All capital letters in considered shouting, FYI.
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THX£¬IT¡®S VERY HELPFUL¡£ I WAS TOLD PANASONIC 109* IS BETTER THAN 1085£¬AND AFTER 1083£¬ALL PANASONIC CRT PROJECTOR HAD STANDERD 15 PIN VGA INPUT£¬AND IT BE MADE VERY RECENTLY¡£ EVEN 1083 BETTER THAN 6200£¬ I¡¯M COMFUSED¡£
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By the way, only Xanatos are allowed to type in all caps!! :)

Nicholas
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By the way, only Xanatos are allowed to type in all caps!! :)

Nicholas
dear, I can't follow you.
post #6 of 8
There seem to be quite a few Panasonic projectors around in these parts (Pakistan) as well - I recently saw one (PT-1010). Quite good. Had 7" tubes and was in a fairly good condition.

Like you said, I couldn't find a thing on the net - except for the odd page or two on a lower Panasonic model (PT-101).

The PT-1010 was capable of going beyond 480i (see how I'm learning guys!!!).

I suppose, with these old machines, it really comes down to tube condition and since I have been on the learning curve, my only piece of advice is to befriend someone who knows a thing or two about them. This forum's probably the best, but it does help to have a knowledgeable person physically look at the machine.
post #7 of 8
Yes, check tube condition before buying, and it may be necessary to have the remote, as many projectors will not have onboard controls for setup. The information I've seen about the 1085 says its a good little projector, but I think is an electrostatically focussed projector which is not the best method, electromagnetic focus is more desirable. If you have a digital menu item in the projector for "Focus" then it will be electromagnetic focus of the crt beam, which will provide better definition, and better focus over a longer period of use. Electrostatic focus deteriorates more over time.
It may be that the higher model numbers on those Panasonic projectors just represent refinements that didn't make it to the North American market, if you could see them side by side, you might be able to tell just by looking.
I have some literature on the 1083/1085, but I'm not sure where it is.
post #8 of 8
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PT1010 is not a good projector for now. it can handle 480i and 480p, even 1080i but not good enough. i got a 1093 now. it look good.
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