sharp, marantz or seleco dlp's

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  1. NormanB

    NormanB Auditioning

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    anyone have any thoughts on these dlp's. they all have great pictures but vary widely in price. i'll be watching
    hdtv, movies dvd and cable.
     
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    NormanB,

    You considering the HD1 or HD2 models?
     
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    HD 1 is there going to be a big difference with the HD 2.
    who has reasonable pricing?
     
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    Kevin_Kr Supporting Actor

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    Norm I have helped numreous people get good pricing on the sharps. I would be glad to assist you if you would like.
     
  5. Gabriel_Lam

    Gabriel_Lam Screenwriter

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    You know, you might want to wait just a little bit. The Infocus ScreenPlay 7200 is one of the most highly anticipated HD2's.
    http://www.infocushome.com/projector...=7200&lang=eng
    People who have seen it have said great things about it.
    HD2 chip with 1280x720 resolution
    6-segment 5-speed colorwheel (no clear section)
    FLI2300 chip with DCDi (first available I believe)
    1000 ANSI lumens
    1400:1 on/off contrast at D65, precalibrated (color temp is important when comparing contrast levels)
    2000-3000 hour lamp (normal - economy)
     
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    Specs for the Infocus sound very good. Fairly bright for a dlp and also a good c.r. to work with.
     
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    how does the Infocus compare to the Seleco 300 Plus
     
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    I haven't heard as much about the 300+. The MSRP is $4k more though, and it's a bit dimmer. The contrast may be better, though there hasn't been much talk of it. The casing is prettier though, and the lamp should last longer (6k hours still?). [​IMG]
     

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