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It is not just DLPs. Anytime you shorten the distance between the lens and the screen, and make the mirror closer to the screen, it will be more difficult to keep the geometry correct. As the cabinets get lighter, there is less support for the mirror and screens, making them more likely to bow slightly. A very small bow in the screen or mirror can create a notable shift in the image. Compare these deviations with a CRT based set, however, and the geometry is still better than most of them ever were.
Yes, calibration is important...every user should be calibrated.
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