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post #1 of 2 Old 05-06-2001, 05:37 AM - Thread Starter
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I don't understand why the HT2OO DM is an advantage to look
16:9 movies with the new TI Chip (848*480).
Indeed, the HT250 with 1024*800 can easily handle 480p.
So why the HT250 can't display native 16:9 but only
lettered box 16:9 ????????
By the way, do TI plan to release 800*1422 Chip.
So we can dream about a HT250 DM, a perfect projector !

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I'm still waiting for them to get ANY DLP with more than 800x600 resolution right.

Currently - Zenith 7" CRT, 80x60 1.3 gain screen

Soon to be - 107x60 1.3 gain...with ?Seleco 250 with Panamorph or "cheap" 9" CRT



Finally went digital: RS20, ISCO IIIs, DIY 10.5' wide torus screen, Stewart StudioTek 1.3 G3 with 4 way masking and adjustable image size
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