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Has anyone seen the Sanyo XP45N in action? Has anyone with a high output projector used a neutral density filter in light controlled situations?


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Only at Infocomm.


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Ken Elliott wrote: "Only at Infocomm."


Do you have any comments about picture quality?


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Has anyone seen the Sanyo XP45N in action? Has anyone with a high output projector used a neutral density filter in light controlled situations?


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I just got ythe PLC-FX20 (5000lumens) great picture and black levels, but is going back to the dealer...it has a dead pixel already.
 

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Angeli662 wrote:


"I just got ythe PLC-FX20 (5000lumens) great picture and black levels, but is going back to the dealer...it has a dead pixel already."


78 pounds???!!! Shouldn't this be in the CRT forum? ;)


Seriously, what size and kind of screen are you using?


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Show me a CRT with 5000 lummes and I will buy it. this projector is a 81.5 lbs outch, compared with my old Mits X400 13lbs is a lot of weight ,but 200 lbs lighter then a good CRT. I mainly use for outdoors movies and during the day light. One interesting thing I noticed is there is no dead pixel after all I believe is my HTPC causing this phenomenon, I plug it in my DVD player and that bean of light wasn't there.

Can anybody explain what is going on?
 
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