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The other addition to the line is the PJD6220-3D DLP projector, an updated (or at least renamed) version of the company's existing PJD6220, illuminating 1024 x 768 pixels at 120Hz and a respectable contrast ratio of 2000:1. The projector is due next month for $1,499, while the VX2265wm drops in the next few weeks for a rather more reasonable $399 -- another stat that happens to match Samsung's offering.

2,000:1 is a respectable contrast ratio?
 

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I lol'ed at that comment too. Might have been 3 years ago, but then again look at the lumens its putting out 2200. It's a shame its not a native 720p projector even
 

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It's specifically for gaming and my son has been looking for such a device for 9 months. This is not your home theater projector.
 

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It's specifically for gaming and my son has been looking for such a device for 9 months. This is not your home theater projector.

If you end up buying one please let me know how it performs. I have been researching 3d and apparently need a silver screen for the polarizing to work properly with dual projectors. Not sure if you need that for a shutter glass setup though.
 

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Well since its geared towards pc gaming the whole widescreen aspect radio really isn't a deal breaker if you look at it that way. I think most of the cheaper silver screens are 4:3 anyway. Da-lite I'm assuming just released a "3D virtual grey" screen http://www.electronichouse.com/artic..._delights/C157


I'm contemplating buying the viewsonic and a da-lite 3d screen to place behind my stewart. I think whats really stopping me from doing this is the movies not being released yet in real 3D. Must force myself to wait!! lol

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817...069TX1K0001121

found a article on it which states it uses TI tech same that's in projection design's pj and in theaters. So Hopefully they start releasing movies off this tech then
 
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