Published on 2nd May 2010 by
Benny Har-Even and James Gorbold
Originally Posted by SpradukeProjector >> TV for film watching. I have an Infocus IN76 set up for movies hooked up to a entry level sony av amp and panasonic BD player and omg its awesome. It may only be 720p but its still very sharp despite being 103" (onto a plain white flat wall). I have a 42" panasonic plasma which is great for TV viewing but i would never watch a movie on it again now.
Originally Posted by wormy
Full HD pjs start at a shade under £1k sterling now, but a DLP for that price is likely to suffer from potential rainbow effect.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogHow do these projectors stand up with regards to day time viewing?
Originally Posted by FabouIt would be amazing to have six of them witn this graphic card :ati-radeon-hd-5870-eyefinity-6. But you would need one hel of a big wall.
Originally Posted by LeitchyI haven't read the full review in detail, but does it mention bulb cost? It's always been my reason not to go near a projector (50" Samsung in the main room) as tehy tend to cost a few hundred quid? Correct if wrong!
look for features inside the projector, such as digital keystone correction
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