Originally Posted by SeBaLy
So the best thing about the epson 6700 projector is the overall picture quality, am I right? Car67
The vivitek h1188hd has the advantages of dlp technology I listed above, better sharpness watching closely, for immersive gaming or pc graphic applications, better triple flash sync 144hz (24hzx2x3) and less crosstalk with 3d and better native motion handling.
Frame interpolation makes the action better and smoother, on both lcds and dlps, with occasional artifacts or residual motion defects although noticeable only in a few scenes and situations.
who would you advise me on the best quality of fullhd movies in the living room with total darkness and under light lighting? The image I am interested in is about 90-100 inches, but the dimensions like the one I have in my lg pa 70g ie the screen in the film is 198 cm long and 122 cm high and not in 16: 9 where the black belt up and on the bottom of the screen. P.S. Sorry for my not nice english Greetings from Poland.
For 90", the 3000lm of a tw6700(hc3700) are excessive, unless you are going to upgrade your screen to >100-120" and watch a lot of 3d, so the vivitek is also good choice if you are considering pjs in that price range and screen, despite epsons have the advantage of a low cost lamp and the tw6700 is a very good model as you can verify reading all reviews. If you live in america there is also the 2600lm version called hc3100 and less expensive.
There aren't less expensive dlp alternatives with frame interpolation, assuming you want that function, otherwise you find good machines within the entry level benqs w1050/w1090 up to w2000+. Also a new version if the very popular w1110(hc2050) called w1120 is coming soon.
With fi there are also the optoma 161x (high input lag >100ms) and the more expensive benq w3000(hc4050) with 70-80ms lag as the vivitek.
For lcds let keep waiting a week or two for instrumental tests of the new epson tw5600/5650(hc2100/2150) 2500lm with frame interpolation to know if their picture quality is closer to the tw6700(hc3700) or to the old lower contrast tw5300/5350(hc2040/2045).