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I'm a college student on a budget, and I was looking for a good project at a low cost. I wanted to stick with 16:9 projectors, anything I would watch on it would be a DVD or HDTV (hopefully), I have no interest in watching the history channel at 100".


The epson home 10 just recieved a favorable review at projectorcentral, so I have a few questions about lower resolution projectors like the home 10 and the sanyo z1. I'm used to watching TV on a 25" tube, and all I really want is a solid 60" picture, but all reviewers tend to talk about PQ at 100".


What is watching an 848x480 resolution picture at 60" like? Is it comparable to watching a 1280x720 picture at 100"? Anyone have any thoughts on any of this?
 

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running at 60" will give you a better picture than 100". It will be brighter and the contrast will be better. Better than xga, cant say...
 

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You've hit the only hot button (besides prices) this board has: If not 100 inches, why are you here? I look forward to reading the responses.
 

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This projector seems to be positioning itself somewhere between the X1's and the Z2's. It should certainly appeal to anyone who is looking for a budget 16:9 unit & doesn't care too much about true HD resolutions. PC sure "gushed" over this unit, so it would be nice to get a couple of real AVS user reviews here.
 
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