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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Certain questions tend to often re-occur. We sampled them for you.

 What distinguishes Toshiba projectors from others?
 Where can projectors be used?
 Why do Toshiba projectors have such bright, sharp images?
 What kind of video connections are possible?
 What are projection cameras able to show?

What distinguishes Toshiba projectors from others?
Toshiba projectors are portable and can be connected to personal computers, CRs and other equipment, making presentations simpler and easier. They project bright images, so there is no need to darken rooms during presentations. Furthermore, they are very easy to set up. And models with projection cameras can be used in place of overhead projectors, displaying everything from printed matter, handwritten documents and photographs to three-dimensional moving objects.

Where can projectors be used?
Projectors can be used during company meetings and customer presentations, and for education and training at primary and secondary schools, universities and companies. When connected to VCRs (or Video Cassette Recorders), they are also ideal projectors for home cinema, and consequently they offer an optimal solution for your home movie enjoyment.

Why do Toshiba projectors have such bright, sharp images?
The projectors use a polarization conversion system, which offers bright, clear images even in the corners of the screen. The T-FORC IC adjusts the dimensions so that the image fits the screen precisely, regardless of whether the input signal meets NTSC, SXGA, or any other standards. The optical integrator system ensures that images have excellent brightness, uniformity and clarity in every part of the screen. The high-resolution projection zoom lenses can display images from one corner to another with extended resolution so that crisp images are received on all parts of the screen. The ultrahigh bandwidth video signal processing circuit enables accurate reproduction of every part of highly detailed images.

What kind of video connections are possible?
Toshiba projectors can be connected to devices that use any of the major international video signal standards (NTSC, PAL, SECAM). Usually all of our projectors support S-Video as well as the RGB signal for input from your personal computer (IBM-compatible or Mac). For detailed information please refer to the projector manuals.

What are projection cameras able to show?
The projection camera can project two-dimensional or three-dimensional objects and can also be used for video-conferencing purposes.