Summary: Likes : Loved the resolution and clarity from the PS3 and normal divx movies - played on a usb dvd player. This projector does make you feel like you are in a movie theater. 1080i images from a PS3 are stunning.Sharpness and clarity gets 5 stars. Good part of this projector is the short throw distance in order to project the image. I had to just keep it 4-5 feet from the screen to project a large image on the wall.
Summary: I've own this for 8 months now and have pretty much used it at least 4 times a week. The quality is excellent compared to a high end projector costing twice as much. If you sit close to the projector then move the projector closer to the wall to about 42in so that way the resolution increases as the pixels get smaller which is best for video games otherwise move it away for the immersed movie experience.
Summary: Personal Experience I kept waiting to buy a projector when prices came down for HD projectors. But when I saw this one for $399 I decided to take a chance and buy a non-HD unit based on affordability and reviews over at Amazon. I'm very pleased with my decision. I can't believe how good the image quality is on this thing for the price. If you're on the fence like I was just do it. The built in speakers are cool for portability.
Summary: We do not subscribe to cable or satellite, have no access to broadcast TV, and don't play video games, and really, and really don't have the TV on that much of late. As such, we have no requirement for viewing HD content. However, our 31" TV no longer seemed big enough for viewing of letterboxed DVDs. We'd want at least a 42" flat screen to replace it, not to mention needing to replace our home theatre system.
Never have to deal with noisy crowds, ringing/texting cell phones, or crying babies hardly ever again. . .
11 September 2009
Summary: I've always wanted a projector and I wasn't even in the market to buy one, but when I came across this deal I just couldn't pass it up. When I purchased this Toshiba projector there were not many reviews. However, at a price of only $349 at the time, I thought what the heck, I'll splurge a little bit. I have now owned this projector for about two months and I'm happy to say I have absolutely no regrets!
Great image definition but heavy & no cables included
Teresa Bird, Amazon
11 September 2009
Summary: I bought it for my office. We don't have much space so the close range lens is important. I thought it would be smaller and more portable, but it is heavy and kinda bulky but with a nice design. The image definition is great though. There are no cables included, so make sure you buy the right ones beforehand. Ventilator is a bit noisy if you use it for presentation. The audio...good for presentations, not strong enough for movies.
Summary: I bought this projector for my dad because he loved mine(a Dell). The Toshiba TDP-ET10U was the cheapest one that i found, and I was a little concerned about its quality and performance. My dad has had it for about 2 months now, and he said it is actually better than the one I have. The picture is great, and it works in small spaces. I am very satisfied with this purchase.
Summary: We are very pleased with this product. It is much better than we could ever anticipate. The sound quality is excellent and the picture quality phenominal. Our family and friend are extremely impressed to see the great sound and picture quality the projector provides. My wife and I are very happy we purchased this projector.
Summary: I'm very satisfied with my order. The projector projects a huge image (100 inches in just 4 feet away), and the quality is amazing when the room is dark. Since the contrast ratio isn't too high, don't expect to see it well during daylight unless you can control your lighting. There is no coaxial port for cable TV so you need a converter to see cable TV and antenna. I used a DTV converter, so I just used a RCA cable to connect it to the projector.
Summary: I bought this projector early in the summer for watching movies in my backyard. It works fine in this environment. Set up is simple thorugh HDMI, S-vidoe, etc. Just plug it in and start projecting. I am not a videophile, but when connected to my DVD player with an HDMI cable, the picture looks fine on a 100" screen. Projector noise is not an issue outdoors. I have hooked it up in a small room where the fan noise is obvious.