Originally Posted by Andreas21
That I can afford it is only the Super Lumis I think is overpriced and if I really wanted it I could find the means, but I don´t want it enough as 3D is not important to me. And I think the Super Lumis shows a better 3D picture than the Sharp X30000 (even if I haven´t seen any of them), but it has a much higher pricetag. What I am waiting and have been waiting for a while for is one projector with all these qualities, but I think I will have to wait a bit longer if it ever comes...
Sorry if this has been brought up already, but I haven't followed this thread for a while.
Here's a possible solution for all our concerns - in one display:
An LG 110" OLED.
Better contrast than a JVC projector - potentially infinite.
Perfect black level.
Refresh rates fast enough to make ghosting a thing of the past for 3D aficionados. Add infinite contrast and perfect black to that equation and 3D should be untouchable by any projector out there.
No possibility of convergence error.
Don't know what this will cost (if they even bring it to market), but I'd have one in a heartbeat if they could get the price down enough.
Such an OLED display would be a direct replacement for my 110" HP screen/projector combo - requiring virtually no changes in my home theater (other than really good ones
LG seems confident they can manufacture OLED displays for the mass market, at affordable prices. A forum sponsor has the 65" 4K version of this set for a pre-order price of $6,250 (or less). With any luck, it will replace the 64" Samsung in my bedroom system in less than 2 months. My biggest "fear" is that I'll be so spoiled that I won't be able to watch my projection system for anything but the most non-critical viewing.