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I think that the title of this thread could be changed to something more in line with what has been said so far, which is that any haloing is very likely not related to the D-ILA panels. Over the last decade, I haven't seen an image issue related to D-ILA panels but only related to optical elements. I mean, with SXRD panels there's more concrete evidence than this, yet there's still a lot of debate, so I think it may be misleading to debate D-ILA degradation with what we have so far. Having said this, I think it's to expect that any imaging device may lose performance with time, even if it's only residual and most often not noticeable, and this could reflect on that apparent loss of colour "vibrancy" (saturation?...). But since we're dealing with bulb projectors, it would take a lot of testing to assess this.
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