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post #181 of 186 Old 01-15-2015, 06:28 PM
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OMG,

I did not realized CRT projector still exist out there. I used to own a Sony 1072 in think. The second was NEC CRT something with bigger lenses. I still have the DVDO processor that does 480P. That was the bomb when it first release.
Sure do. I still have 2 Sony 1271Q's. One has new CRT's in it. I also have a NEC XG110. None of which I will part with. If I could swing buying a nearly new or unused Sony G90 I would. Those are still out of my price range.
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OMG,

I did not realized CRT projector still exist out there. I used to own a Sony 1072 in think. The second was NEC CRT something with bigger lenses. I still have the DVDO processor that does 480P. That was the bomb when it first release.
The bomb then YES, Now in 2015 blown to bits.
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[email protected] Hz. CRT's can't do this boys

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4LCD is currently available at 1000000:1+ on-off, limited output though at 1500 lumens.
DLP is currently under development with reportedly around 4000000:1 on-off, but at high output (6P LASER).
LCoS is doing '2.5 optical arc minutes per line pair, not per pixel pair, but anti-aliased polygons, white-dark bar pairs, in any orientation'. I remember clear staircasing from CRT;-).

Still love the beasts though. But I don't bash the follow-ons. And what is not to like about Barco's latest and greatest Beast ever, it absolutely dwarfs the 912:

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Everyone? Please tell me where I said that either here or on Curt's site.

Since I was there, I can definitely say not everyone preferred the CRTs. There were several guys that still liked CRT over digital, but that is to be expected at a CRT meet. The rest of us see that both techs have their advantages and disadvantages.

Andreas and DJ,
Now, why do you care about dredging this up? Are you on some crusade to save some poor lost soul from "wasting" maybe $500 to $1000 on a CRT projector?
This thread and many others on here about digital vs crt and as we have seen in the current digital vs crt thread this has not changed. First it was the RS1 and now the X2000000 and so on. But CRT still get picked on for looking Realistic,Natural, with plenty of depth? The cameras with CCD sensor will look more natural in the screenshot threads. Cmos sensors will look sharper and more cartoonish in general. CRT analog/CCD camera and Digital/CMOS = digital
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I have been watching my Sony G90.....damn near everyday for about 16 years. Still looks great.
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