Infocus Screenplay 110

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  1. Paul Pratt

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    Ok, looking to buy a projector and i want one that is going to look amazing for DVD's, not really interested in HDTV. The main projector i was looking at was the Infocus Screenplay 110, which conveniently is the title of this thread (Amazing).
    I don't want to spend more then 2000 bucks so this projector would be my cap. I'm considering an X1, but I'm going to try it out and find out if i see rainbows. I was also looking at the Panasonic L300U, but i think i've kind of tipped my hat to DLP.
    I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions, or advice for the situation. Image quality and an undisturbing image is of the utmost importance. I have an 11x22 ft room and no light. I will be building my own screen probably around the 110" area, but that can be variable. I would like to see something that will get all the pixels for DVD's without sacrificing image in the slightest. Anyway to get anamorphic widescreen would be great. Asfar as i know the Screenplay 110 can do all of these things, but i could be mistaken. If anyone needs more details, let me know. Thanks in advance everyone.
     
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    Does anyone have the price on the soon to be released Sony HS20 in that area?
     
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