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  1. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    I'm looking for opinions from those of you who have gone from DLP to D-ILA or LCoS or LCD. I've always had lower end DLP projectors and been happy with them. I'm looking to upgrade in the future and have been looking at a refurbished Optoma HD8600 for $2,500. I would definitely consider...
  2. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    I realize there have been many similar threads to this but didn't want to hijack those threads, and wanted to get some advice for my particular circumstances. I'm interested in picking up the JVC X500 or Sony 55 for my next pj and I'm looking for some assistance. My details: -Current setup...
  3. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    I had a JVC RS40 which I used together with a Da-Lite 110" High Power screen. I have had this idea that bright projectors such as the recent Epson/Panasonic ones (or even DLPs such as W7000) which have lower native contrast can still generate a 2D image that can match that of a JVC if they are...
  4. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    Hi all, Well my BenQ W9000 originally was $3500 so I guess this is the right area to ask this. I can't find a precedant anywhere on the web to establish a fair asking price for my projector. Its got a brand new bulb, is ISF calibrated, what do you guys think is 900-$1000 sound about right or...
  5. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    As many threads that have come before it, I am starting a thread looking for some assistance in determining my next pj purchase. I'm considering the following options, and note that the numbers provided in this comparison table are very rough approximations gathered from projectorreviews...
  6. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    Looking for some settings to try out on my new HD8600. I know there are some really deep thinkers on this page so Dazzle me please.
  7. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    I came across a deal on an Optoma HD8600 projector that was used as a demo model for $1000.00 with a 30 day return and 90 day warranty and I have a few questions. 1St. The projector central distance calculator is telling me that for 100” screen the location of the projector is only 5’6” from...
  8. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    I'm looking to upgrade my well worn Epson Home Cinema 720. As such, I have come across a Canadian retailer that sells the HD8600 with 2 years of warranty and the standard lens for
  9. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    Hello, just bought new house, and the room for my HT is evidently too big... 29x 19, the projector is going the long way. I need it to do: #1 2d #2 3d #3 gaming If rate the importance of each it would be like this: #1 2d #4 3d #7 gaming. If that makes sense. LIke is said, its...
  10. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    Hi guys! Did anyone ever compare the very similar looking Optoma Hd 8600 / 87 and Infocus SP8604? (there is a Vivitek version too), and do they perform identically?? The chassis look the same, same DC3 DLP chip, same lens and lens options etc. I just stumbled upon a few "overstock" SP8604...
  11. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    I have the opportunity to get one of those, which is better according to your knowledge...black levels, sharpness, every image aspect, any info will be much appreciated.
  12. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    In terms of picture quality... How sharp is the Benq w7000? Is it sharper than newest EPSON and Panasonic? Comparing to infocus or other DLP... Is it the shaper projector?
  13. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP
    Optoma is unveiling its HD8600 at CEDIA. The MSRP is $7,499. The projector has a full lens shift system designed for shelf-mounting, ceiling installations, or even "hush-box" placement. It has three (standard, wide, and long-throw) lens options, which are said to provide some of the finest...
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