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4k for Marquee 9500LC

Possible at all?

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4 Marquee's blended , yes.

otherwise, NO

bandwidth limitation , no HDMI 2.x interface , lens resolution not good enough
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4 Marquee's blended , yes.

otherwise, NO

bandwidth limitation , no HDMI 2.x interface , lens resolution not good enough
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1080P 72/75 Hz looks fantastic on a CRT.

why go the 4K route?

most movies aren't even post-produced in 4K.
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1080P 72/75 Hz looks fantastic on a CRT.

why go the 4K route?

most movies aren't even post-produced in 4K.

I was just wondering

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No CRT projector has the tube resolution or the video bandwidth to allow for 4K to be a practical reality.



No CRT projector has a fine enough convergence system for 4K. Convergence is usually an imperfect compromise at 1080p.



I really wanted 4K myself. But it's not technically possible.
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If you had eye tracking device it shouldnt be too much trouble to use HD or even SubHD as container format for 4k, as a bonus you allow DAC output to settle for much more time perhaps gets you true 10 bit log and thats more important than convergence even?
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1080p is pushing the resolution capabilities on a 9" CRT with fresh guns. As the guns wear in the tubes the spot beam gets a bit larger and resolution drops a bit. 1080p is too much for 8" or 7" tubes.

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