Originally Posted by guitarman
Black and white in the same scene. David because of the immense processing power 120hz adds Optoma piratically did away and any dithering noise. The picture is extremely smooth and noise free, blacks look better because they're noise free.
So here we apparently have a rare, true advance in DLP projection technology which needs to be highlighted.
It didn't occur because the management at Texas Instruments planned the improvement, but only because the high 3D frame rates processing required it.
I'm not complaining, but it just shows how ignorant we humans are, as most discoveries are stumbled upon.
So here we have a $1500 projector with colors that pop with less noise than previous DLP designs.
Home Theater Magazine finally published their review of the 3D Sharp 17000 DLP and its contrast measured a mediocre 1461:1. It MSRP is a greedy $5500!
Krane measure low light Optoma 33 contrast at 2500:1. MSRP is $1500.
So someone who spent $10K on a DLP projector (to buy the best) has almost totally lost their investment. The rule is don't overspend on technology before its time.
Note: the LCoS 3D projectors have also sacrificed contrast by making the panels thinner (faster switching) for 3D.
Bucking this trend, the latest 240Hz Sharp 70" LCD flat panels (735 and Elite) use a powerful combination of technologies resulting color that also pop, higher contrast with greater reduced levels of motion noise. The yellow pixel brightens the display to allow quality 3D daytime viewing.
Congratulations guitarman, as you are the only other member to explain the major reason why everyone likes their new less expensive display: the reduction or absence of noise in the image.http://translate.google.com/translat...ma-HD33-0.html