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Originally Posted by gpshumway View Post

Has anyone considered that a potential 2560x1080* panel could be the result of a die shrink and therefore be no larger than the current 1080p panel? They went from ~0.95" on the Qualia 004 to ~.63" in the Ruby and Pearl, it doesn't seem out of the question that the next generation panels would be "smaller". The impact on lens cost would therefore be minimal. Of course brightness might suffer.

I attended a meeting at Sony San Diego about a year a half ago. A Sony
Physicist who worked on the development of the SXRD process stated
that the .61 inch SXRD panel was the smallest they could use using current
technology of that time and still work with existing optics. There was a comment
that there could be larger panels for other applications... So not sure if the next
panel will be smaller- I say it is more likely to be larger and used for "higher" end
projectors while they continue to optimize the yield on the .61 inch SXRD for
lower cost solutions...

Panasonic 65GT50 1080p 3D Plasma TV
Integra DTC-9.8 prepro - Panasonic BDT500 BD Player
Velodyne HGS-15X Subwoofer
Cinenova Grande 3 ( 600W x 3 )
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