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OK, I want a projector to use mainly for DVD and possibly DirecTV (if my installer can get a signal through our trees) going through an iScan (V2 or Pro). I'd like to get a 16:9 screen and take advantage of anamorphic discs.


My question is this: What does the LT150 buy me over an LT85? I know the obvious answer is that it has a higher resolution (XGA vs SVGA). What I'm wondering, specifically, is whether an interlaced DVD player going through an iScan will be able to take advantage of this extra resolution (or perhaps the increased resolution will allow it to upconvert better). Is it possible that the lower SVGA res might actually upconvert better? Thanks,


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 www.projectorcentral.com/consultants_corner.cfm?ci=svga_xga

debated this issue. Concensus is go with XGA if you can afford it for later HDTV and better imaging. XGA will also use more pixels in 16:9 area giving you a brighter, higher resolution, less screen door, less pixelization.


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