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Old 06-02-2013, 01:44 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello,
I hope someone can answer my question.
Iam planning to buy a DLP projector but iam worry about few things.
There is projector which are looking good
Benq7000+
Optoma themescene hd83(ive heard that the c04 update fixed the crosstalk problem with LBX?)
AcerP7500 or Acer H9500BD

My questions is:
Which projector can do a vertical stretch(to fill the screenwhen watching widescreenformat movie)in 3D mode?
Which projector have the best 3D quality(no crosstalk)

Or can you recommend me a DLP projector which can do a vertical stretch in 3D and not very expensive?

Sorry for my poor english

Thank you:)
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Not sure about the vertical stretch but check out the Sharp XV-Z30000 it has a lot of lens options including power zoom/focus/lens shift and memory. No cross talk but not a light canon either.
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Old 06-02-2013, 11:53 PM - Thread Starter
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Thanks!but strangely the Sharp XV-Z30000 barely available or not,i could not find it in Europe,specially in my country.rolleyes.gif
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Not sure about the W7000+, as it was supposed to have some upgrades and I don't think was released here in the states, but the W7000 does not do vertical stretch in 3D mode.
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Old 06-03-2013, 12:16 PM - Thread Starter
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i could not find any info about the Bneq7000+ anamorphic strecth.Thank you for your reply:)
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I have the W7000 paired with the Panamorph DC1 A-lens on a 120" 2.34:1 BDIII screen. The W7000 can only does the horizontal stretch but not vertically on 3D movies which is disappointing. However, the IQ is outstanding and my family loves it.





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Do you know if the 7000+ can do it?it was an updated model if iam right.Thanks
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Do you know if the 7000+ can do it?it was an updated model if iam right.Thanks

No, it can't. The w7000+ is just a w7000 with the latest firmware installed. A few of us forum members have deduced that BenQ decided to add a + to the name because sales went down after people weren't sure if the w7000 they were buying had the latest firmware on it or not. When one buys a w7000+ they know they are getting the most up to date version.
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