under specs on the infocus web page it lists it as a 6 segment color wheel.
got it, and mounted it last night. First impressions based on a few years using a infocus 4805: Its small darn near half the size of the 4805. The thow is different and had to move my ceiling mount about 3 feet forward, was able to keep it at the same height as my 4805. had to build a new face plate for my universal mount (not to hard). Remote is not much but will be setting up my harmony 880. was able to use my DIY screen with no adjustments (sanded and black framed drywall, painted, light Grey)
Picture: very,Very pleased. Its bright, and my wife can crochet with some light on when we watch a movie (used to drive me crazy, the 4805 needed a darker room). I was pleased with the way my 4805 handled hd tv. but the x9 upgrade to 720 is a big jump. color looks good out of the box. upscaled DVD's with my oppo look great. the biggest difference is shadow detail, 4805 struggled with darker movies, the X9 is big improvement. black levels, can only compare to my 4805 and a samsung plasma tv, not as good as the plasma, but better than the 4805, black level is not an issue, it's just good enough. dont have a bluray yet but watched king kong HDVD on my xbox, and was very impressed.
My x9 is mounted on a basement 8ft ceiling and is 11' 10" from the screen. the screen size is 94 inches, no keystone was required.
so far I am very pleased and if 3500 to 4000 hrs lamp live is true and lamps due cost 250.00 then i will stay pleased