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Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP

b curry's Avatar b curry
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Wolf Cinema DCL-200FD LED

http://www.wolfcinema.com/dcl200fd.php

http://www.wolfcinema.com/pdf/DCL-20...a-Sheet-F2.pdf

Has anyone seen or had an experience with this projector? I'm guessing it's another projector based on the Chilin unit like the SIM2 MICO and the Vango.

http://www.chilindisplay.com/products/led-projectors/

http://www.sim2usa.com/home/us/content/mico-50-0

http://www.entexpinc.com/truvue/truvue.htm
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I'm surprised there is no thread for this projector, nor a review anywhere to be found.

Has NO ONE bought once since 2010?!!?
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This is basically a rebranded Vango and Mico 50. Wolf Cinema projectors are very niche, even in the home theater community. If you're curious about it's performance try and find a review for either projector. There are a bunch out there.
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Thanks.
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This is basically a rebranded Vango and Mico 50.

I think we can still get a Vango, if you want one ! smile.gif
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Were the reviews of the Vango and Mico 50 generally excellent? I read one or two which were great, but were there any negative reviews?
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There is a long Vango owner's thread. I have one and it suits me just fine. I bought it as my 'desert island' projector while I wait for laser/led 4k. If I have to wait five more years that is fine. I am quite happy with the Vango. I have had 9" CRTs, D-ILAs and LCDs so I have some perspective but not as much as many others here. In my very light-controlled theater it paints a 130" diagonal quite nicely. I suspect that the Vango owners drift away from these forums because they no longer have that nagging 'upgraditus.'
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Thanks Vlubbers... I am thinking of the Wolf version. Have there been issues with LED light output reduction or color shifting over time?
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I know nothing about the Wolf. My LED has been drift free. No color drift, no focus drift. Output has not varied such that I can measure it in two years. I turn it on, I turn it off. That is all the drama there is. It took me a year to get over the need to fiddle with it. It does not require fiddling. So I play the guitar. No, just kidding.
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