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The LT154 is essentially the LT155 without the micro lens array.


Last Monday Dell had a $125 off >$1000 which I combined with a 15% preferred customer coupon. (Get on Dell's email list to get the coupon). Even at $2299 its a good deal. But $1829 is a really good deal.


Anyway the unit arrived today and overall the picture quality is quite nice.


1. The screen door is typical,

2. Color uniformity is good - very slight change in color going accross the screen

3. XGA resolution. HDTV is shown in a 1024 * 576 16:9 window.

4. Looks like it is close to the 400:1 contrast ratio spec

5. Plenty of options to customize white balance, change aspect ratio etc. NEC firmware is some of the best in the business.

6. 900 honest lumens (by my guess)

7. Great colors

8. No dead pixels only one tiny green speckle that's very hard to notice.

9. Great warranty.

10. Very light weight.


Keep an eye out for the Dell deals. At this price this projector will hold its value very well. You could sell it a year latter and it wouldn't cost you too much.


It also makes a great presentation projector for those who are looking for dual use between office and home.


-Mr. Wigggles
 

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Agreed. I second this recommendation. It'll beat Sanyo XW15 easily based on specs and has better NEC support.
 
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