Recently I visited Magnolia Hi-Fi in Bellevue, WA and had an opportunity to see the DWIN Transvision DLP. I have to be honest, the first comment I made to the salesman (on the opening clip to Blues Bros II) was "I'm getting dizzy". The moire effect was definitely not only visible but very "effecting" on my stomach and mind. This was an interlaced dvd feeding the processing (Dwin) and projected on to a 100" Grayhawk (which by the way is an incredible screen). The effect that this had on my was not subtle and was going at the very get go. Now, I could probably get used to it by why would you want to? This technology has a way to go. Oh, and by the way I know everyone disses the Sony VWH10 but I have got to be honest. The Sony looks great on the Grayhaw with no visible screen door effect and excellent color brightness. There was not a very big difference between the two projectors (and when I say not very big I mean I think I liked the Sony better). And, incidentally this was an interlaced dvd straight into the Sony (via component input) no addtl processing required (internal). I'm not a novice and I still think that Sony is a great alternative!
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4/23/01 at 2:07pm