Originally Posted by Aztar35
Hi, Dun. To be fair, I would say that sharpness is constituted by more than one attribute. Lens, precision, resolution, and (believe it or not) even contrast contribute. I am a fan of single chip DLPs because of their ability to display precise lines, well at least better than a three chip display that has less than absolutely flawless convergence. However, full detail rendering also depends on higher resolution and ultimately the quality of the lens.
So, while a single chip XPR can put up 1528x2 more precisely, and it may look sharper for some things, it can also look less sharp for others due to the panel's resolution limitations.
That 1528x2 based XPR chip gets destroyed displaying 4K PC desktop at 100% DPI scaling when compared to a true native 4K.
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