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Checking up on TI's website I came across this projector and it's specs look excellent.



DIGITAL PROJECTION

Lightning 10sx


BRIGHTNESS 10000 ANSI lumens

COLORS Greater than 1 billion

COMPATIBILITY VGA, SVGA, XGA, PC, Macintosh, Powerbook, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, B/D/G/I/H/M

CONTRAST RATIO 500:1 (+/- 5%)

DIMENSIONS 41.91cm H x 70.61cm W x 101.6cm D(16.5"Hx27.8"Wx40"D)

PROJECTION LAMP Xenon Bubble

PROJECTION LENS 1.5-2.0:1 (1.875-2.5:1 on gv*) 2.0-2.5:1 (2.5:1-3.125:1 on gv*) 2.5-4.0:1 (3.125-5:1 on gv*) 4.0-7:1 (5.0-8.75:1 on gv*)*Lens mount adapter required

RESOLUTION SXGA 1280 x 1024 native, 1600 x 1200 resized

SYSTEM Three DMD

WEIGHT 95.26 kg (210 lbs)


Anyone heard or seen anything of this?


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Yes Troy,


These are commercial 3-chip DLP FPTVs (as the 10K lumens shows) used for real theater E-Cinema applications, and if you have $100K slated for your home theater projector and need to light up a 30'++ screen, this is a VERY good projector.


Personally, I'd go for the JVC 5000SC and save some money, or I'd cash out one of the smaller investment portfolios and get the new $200K QXGA models. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/wink.gif


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Damn!


I didn't know I was playing with the 'Big Boys'! I had no idea how much this projector was. I did notice how bright it was tho'...


Well, I guess I'll lower my standards and look at something in a small financial bracket! http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif


Troy


[This message has been edited by Troy LaMont (edited 08-24-2001).]
 
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