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They seem to list everything except for bulb life. Bulb life is really a deal killer for me since I would use the projector frequently (right after black level and color accuracy).


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270watt SHP lamp -2000 hour life


Brightness: 2000 ANSI lumens (standard); 1600 ANSI lumens (conservation mode)


Does this mean that in conservation mode you will get 4000 hours out of the bulb (This would be killer)? Or maybe the 2000 hour rating is based of Conservation mode, hmmm?


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Originally posted by gloomboy:
Sure interested in seeing what's in this "module" they've got pictured that adds $500 to the list price...
From the 'Specs' tab:

Input Sources (standard):

Computer (M1-DA)

Video (S-video and RCA)

Audio (3.5mm mini jack)


Input Sources (w/module):

Computer 1 (M1-DA with 3.5mm Audio)

Computer 2 (VESA with 3.5mm Audio)

Video 1 (S-video)

Video 2 (RCA)

Video 3 (Component RCA)

Stereo Audio (RCA)

RS-232

hard-wired remote
 

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Originally posted by JasG:
Quote:
Originally posted by gloomboy:
Sure interested in seeing what's in this "module" they've got pictured that adds $500 to the list price...
From the 'Specs' tab:

Input Sources (standard):

Computer (M1-DA)

Video (S-video and RCA)

Audio (3.5mm mini jack)


Input Sources (w/module):

Computer 1 (M1-DA with 3.5mm Audio)

Computer 2 (VESA with 3.5mm Audio)

Video 1 (S-video)

Video 2 (RCA)

Video 3 (Component RCA)

Stereo Audio (RCA)

RS-232

hard-wired remote
Where do you get this Spec with component input? I couldn't find it from their Web.

"Zoom lens, digital keystone correction, and elevator foot - ensures perfect image size, focus, and position." This is direct from their Web. Does it mean I can adjust the picture up and down without moving the projector? I though the LP350 has this feature with Data only. What is the difference?
 

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My baad, I found it in their printer friendly page. Here is the cut out from their Web:


OVERVIEW


Introducing the projector that does more for less. The InFocus LP530 meets your conference room and mobile needs -

at a price that won't break your budget. For an instant upgrade, simply snap on its expansion module and turn a

conference room dynamo into a state-of-the-art projector with even more power.


Light in weight - 5.7 pounds (standard); 6.5 pounds (w/module).

Compact size - 10.25 inches x 11 inches x 3.34 inches (standard); 10.25 inches x 12 inches x 3.34 inches

(w/module).

Great-looking - sleek, modular design.

Native XGA - 1024x768 resolution.

Exceptional video - Integrated Faroudja technology featuring DCDi[tm] for smooth and natural-looking

images.

Beyond-bright - 2000 lumens projects truly stunning images in any setting.

Zoom lens, digital keystone correction, and elevator foot - ensures perfect image size, focus, and

position.

Easy to connect - uses M1-DA analog connector with USB.

Built-in audio - 3.0 Watt integrated audio system.

Whisper quiet - less than 39dB for distraction-free viewing.

Carry case - its own compact, soft carry case is included.

Full-feature remote - so you can control your presentation from anywhere in the room.




SPECIFICATIONS


GENERAL

Display:


DLP[tm] technology from Texas Instruments

Native Resolution:


XGA (1024x768)

Data Compatibility:


VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, Macintosh®, 1080i/720p HDTV

compatible

Video Compatibility:


NTSC, PAL, SECAM, PAL-M, and PAL-N

Contrast Ratio:


400:1

Projection Lens:


manual zoom lens

Throw Ratio:


1.2:1

Aspect Ratio:


4:3

Light Source:


270 Watt SHP, 2000 hour lamp life

Minimum Projection

Distance:


5 feet (1.5m)

Image size (diagonal):


0.90m to 3.6m

Projection Methods:


Front/rear, ceiling/desktop



SIZE

Dimensions:


10.25 inches (W) x 11 inches (L) x 3.34 inches (H) or (26cm x

28cm x 8.5cm) (standard); 10.25 inches (W) x 12 inches (L) x

3.34 inches (H) or (26cm x 30.5cm x 8.5cm) (w/module)

Weight:


5.7 pounds (2.59kg) (standard); 6.5 pounds (2.9kg) (w/module)



INPUT

Input Sources (standard):


Computer (M1-DA), Video (S-video and RCA), Audio (3.5mm

mini jack)

Input Sources

(w/module):


Computer 1 (M1-DA with 3.5mm Audio), Computer 2 (VESA

with 3.5mm Audio), Video 1 (S-video), Video 2 (RCA), Video 3

(Component RCA), Stereo Audio (RCA), RS-232, hard-wired

remote

Digital Keystone

Correction:


+/- 20 degrees

Control:


RS-232 and USB



OUTPUT

Brightness:


2000 ANSI lumens (standard); 1600 ANSI lumens (conservation

mode)

Number of Colors:


16.7 million colors

Audio:


3x1-Watt stereo audio system with built-in speaker

Projection Distances/

Image Sizes:


Distance to Screen Min./ Diagonal Image Size Max./ Diagonal

Image Size

5 feet (1.5m)/ 3.0 feet (0.9m)/ 3.6 feet (1.1m)

8 feet (2.4m)/ 4.7 feet (1.4m)/ 5.8 feet (1.7m)

12 feet (3.7m)/ 7.1 feet (2.2m)/ 8.6 feet (2.7m)

16 feet (4.9m)/ 9.4 feet (2.9m)/ 11.5 feet (3.5m)

20 feet (6.0m)/ 11.8 feet (3.5m)/ 14.4 feet (4.3m)

30 feet (9.1m)/ 17.7 feet (5.4 m)/ 21.6 feet (6.6m)

* metric conversions are approximations

OTHER

Power Supply:


100-120V, 200-240V at 50-60Hz

Power Consumption:


350 Watts

H-Sync Range:


25-91kHz

V-Sync Range:


50-85Hz

Operating Temperature:


10-40 degrees C (50-104 degrees F)

Brightness Uniformity:


+30/ -40

Warranty:


Two-year standard warranty on parts and labor. Click here for

details.

Ships Standard with:


Soft carry case, full-feature remote, M1-DA analog, computer

cable with USB, composite video cable, audio cable and

connectors, power cord, and user manual

MSLP*:


$6,499 base unit; $6,999 base unit w/module

 

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What does the module do? Also, the price quoted on the InFocus site is $4,999. Is this pricing, $6,499, new? Does anyone know what the Faroudja DCDi technology does? They say that they are using this technology. Would this be a definitive advantage?


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