....Well, I may be jumping off a cliff. Chance to get a DLA-X750R for a relatively decent price, at least $6000cdn less than I was looking to spend on a N7. I'm coming from world of Oled, and want it all - 4K, HDR (as well as I can on projector), and critically 3D. Max I can fit is a 100ft 16:9 screen, that's yet to be picked out. I want size, and as good blacks and PQ I'm likely to get with a mix of content spanning from LaserDisc to UHD. Will be setup in a 100pct light controlled room.
So, key Q - am I being ridiculous looking at a 3year old higher end model over a mid-range new model, price be damned? If I'm already taking the faux-K e-shift route should I look at the new model? Specs are often a schlepp, but with all I'm seeing this definitely looks to be for under $4k CDN a decent buy, pending sometime in the next few years being able to go Laser (whether or not that'll do 3D is another depressing thought, but I'll cling for now)
Yes, I'd have to buy the transmitter...and glasses...and a screen...and mount the thing, and run new power, etc. But, I'd go from a 65" to 100" screen, and with hope would be getting a unit that will last me a half decade before the upgrade itch again.
So, tl;dr - buy a used DLA-X750R, or keep my Oled and save up for an N7 or equivalent?