Saw my first front projector:

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  1. Kenneth Harden

    Kenneth Harden Screenwriter

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    InFocus 4805 on a really good 80" screen.

    For $1500, I was amazed. Looked simply beautiful. I can get a good deal at work, but it is too impracticle for my needs and budget.

    Today, I am going to be able to see a 7205 on a 92" screen - that should be sweet [​IMG]

    Interesting note: I did not see the rainbows - they bother me on the DLP RPTV, but not on this guy.
     
  2. Daman

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    Infocus 4805 is an awesome project Ken, i own the same from last 3 months or so.. running it on a 92 inch screen. I used to see the rainbows myself in the x1 which had a 2x color wheel but since ive been using 4805 which has a 4x wheel i havent see them even once. I think its awesome value for money!!
     
  3. Kenneth Harden

    Kenneth Harden Screenwriter

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    I will see the HD model today, but for non-HD, this thing looked amazing.

    Even getting right up to the screen, the pixels were still very small.
     
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    I concur. Its the best DLP projector I've seen. Unfortunately I'm rainbow sensitive, but I see them less with this PJ than any other.
     
  5. terence

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    I'm very pleased with the 4805 performance for the $$$$.$$! I would recommend it in a heart beat to anyone looking for a big screen option.
     

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