Summary: Personal Experience Bought mine secondhand but without any problems, super projector! It performs very well at 720p and there was no problems fitting it to a cealing mount, the only thing that is missing is 1080p but who notices?
Summary: Problems UPDATE: I, like many of the reviewers posting here, have been feed up with the lamp life of this projector. I finally had enough of replacing the lamp, etc (3 lamps, ballast & firmware update - all under warranty) so contacted Toshiba and asked for a refund of my purchase price because I...
Summary: Personal Experience good for the price but the lamp story....... Problems 2 lamp in 6 months, it is gone at thoshiba canada...im very mad up to 3000h, last only 500 or so, not very good for toshiba
Summary: Personal Experience Found picture quality excellent from live TV - both reqular and HD from DirecTV. DVD movies thru a Denon AV/Receiver upconverts video signal to near HD quality. Don't need HDDVD or BlueRay.
Summary: Personal Experience Received MT-700 in early June. This is the first projector I have ever owned and I have to say the picture is stunning. I don't have enough experience with projectors to compare it to others but I have to say it was worth every penny!! Problems None
Summary: Personal Experience Did a shootout with the same model differenr brand neme. There was no difference at all except for the $$$s. So purchasing the MT700 was really a no brainer for me. To keep it short - best bang for my hard earned bucks. Problems None
Summary: Personal Experience I am a newbie to front projectors, so I did a lot of research. The MT700 at this point in time is the best bang for the buck DLP PJ I've found. I was able to purchase it on the web for under $2500 and with the HD2+ chip, it was a very nice deal.
Summary: Personal Experience Coming from a 8 year history with Front Projection, I have had no less than 6 projectors. All of which were the best "value" for their time...I had a Davis DLS8, a Sharp xvs-95u, a Nec LT240k, Screenplay 4805, etc.