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As I was looking through the latest issue of HomeTheater magazine today I saw a full page ad for the LS110 clone from Boxlight/Studio Experience.


The projector itself looks nice, it's all white as opposed to the metallic silver of the Infocus.


The thing that caught my eye was Studio Experience quote of a 400:1 contrast ratio. As opposed to 600:1 according to Infocus.


Did anybody else catch this? I know most manufacturers inflate their numbers. But 400:1 seems a little low by todays standards.

So I hope that number is a typo.


Edit: I checked out Studio Experience's homepage and realized they have specs for the 12SF up there too.

The contrast is back to 600:1 - so I guess it was indeed a typo.


You can find the spec sheet for the 12SF here:

http://www.studioexperience.com/PDF/SE12SF-000.pdf


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Hooray for for the free market society!! Is there a suggested list for this yet? Boxlight would tend to be priced lower than the Toshiba clone, would it not?


edit: Just saw it $4999, (rolling the dice for Toshiba and discounts!)
 

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The email quote on that model came back as $4799. They're joking right?
 

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Hi,


Infocus quotes at its hp a contrast ratio of 600:1 - using a 220W lamp - and the German Toshiba hp says for its MT-5 only 400:1 and using a 270W lamp.


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Walter --


Could that 400:1 spec for the Toshiba have been a preliminary number?


I assume this is the German homepage for the Toshiba you were refering to, and I'm happy to say that the number is 600:1.

http://www.toshiba.de/projektoren/mt5home_tech.htm


I have to say -- Toshiba Germany's site is so much more informative and up-to-date compared to the US one.


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