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Infocus 7205 Questions


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#1 of 3 OFFLINE   frankFF

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Posted December 03 2008 - 03:18 AM

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I have not posted here in a while.Posted Image Hope that I can get a REAL answer.
I have a Infocus 7205 projectorPosted Image which when looking at it's specs I believed it has the capability of 1080p using HDMI and a Sony 550 Blu Ray player (in the process of acquiring).
I called Infocus and there support personnel was very hard to understand.Posted Image I thought that all I would have to do is buy an M1 adapter to HDMI for the rear of the 7205, run my HDMI from my Processor to the projector and I would be in heaven.Posted Image
Not so according to Infocus support. Posted Image
According to them I would not be able to display any picture using a HDMI cable to the 7205.Posted Image My only choice would be to use component with the Blu Ray.
There web site carries HDMI cable and the M1 adapter for my projector yet I would not receive a 1080p picture?

If it is true about the use of the HDMI cable with the 7205 how good will a 1080p display be with component?

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#2 of 3 OFFLINE   Gregg Loewen

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Posted December 06 2008 - 01:48 AM

the 7205 is a 720p projector

I am 99% sure it will not accept a 1080p signal via HDMI or component. You will have to feed it 1080i. It should accept it via HDMI or component and there should not be a difference in the quality of the picture (HDMI vs component), or not significant anyways.

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#3 of 3 OFFLINE   frankFF

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Posted December 08 2008 - 11:23 AM

Thanks
Outlaw 990/770

B&W 804S speakers,HTM3S,DS7's

Fathom 110,113

Mitsubishi HC6800

Da-Lite 105' Diagonal

Oppo 93

Sony 777

Comcast

Chordette

Furman Elite

Cisco Ethernet Hub

Mit Blue Jeans Cables 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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