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Benq Lx60st/Lx61st Contrast Performance?

Does the laser implementation in this projector offer any benefits for static contrast performance over traditional dlp projectors?

The laser apparently fires onto a phosphor color wheel.

I am aware that this projector isn't likely worth anywhere near list, however I am interested in whether a laser implementation such as this could offer contrast improvements.

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Nope, same old technology reflecting the light.
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Understandable. However didn't the Mits Laservue achieve better static contrast or was it just better dynamics?

I know Laservue is likely implemented in a different way (direct lasers to chip?).
I had thought perhaps laser light sources could allow for more precise targeting of particular sections of the dmd or in the case of the Lx60/Lx61 the phosphor wheel.

Perhaps that is just wishful thinking combined with only a high level understanding of how laser light sources have been implemented in projectors
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