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brand: a generalist with large sales (NEC ? )


weight: 45lbs


chip: 16:9 native 3 chip 1367x768 (PAL tripling) or 1280x720


resolutions accepted: up to 1600x1200, accepts all interlaced and progressive signals.


inputs: DVI-I (and SDI in BCNC) RGBVH-RGBS on BNCs, composite on BNC, SVHS on ushiden, RGBHV/RGBS on HD15, YUV on BNCs

functions: ALL !!! :) ( independent color adjustements, everything )


internal scaler: full 3:2, 2:2 pulldown, Silicon Image? ATI Radeon based?


brightness: 2000 ANSI (real) good for 22.4 FTL on a 20ft 2.35:1 screen 2.0 gain, with 16:9 lens and zoomed 2.35 movie into the panels ), $500 per Xenon lamp, 2000hours at full power, 4000hours at 75% power. Possible to use a 4000ANSI-capable lamp for even larger screens (above 6meter).


optics: upgradable. zoom and focus manual and by remote.


contrast ratio (real): 800:1 ( as in best theaters )


2.35:1 full resolution: possible to zoom an anamorphic 2.35:1 movie into the 16:9 panels and compress it via an external 16:9 lens


throw: long throw, 3meter wide screen=7meter projection distance


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Hi David,


My spec. is a little bit difference than your.


I want a native 4:3 3-chip panel. How about 1600x1200? With a motorized anamorphic lens! That way I can have full screen 4:3 picture for my MTV and old concert discs. And a full 1600x1200 pixels in HDTV/anamorphic viewing. We can almost resolve the full 1080i...


regards,


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I thought this was supposed to be our "dream" projector?

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weight: 45lbs
I'll go for a unit that's more like 10 - 20 lbs.

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chip: 16:9 native 3 chip 1367x768 (PAL tripling) or 1280x720
Hmmmm. Why not a 1920 x 1080 chip? That's *my* dream :)

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inputs: DVI-I (and SDI in BCNC) RGBVH-RGBS on BNCs, composite on BNC, SVHS on ushiden, RGBHV/RGBS on HD15, YUV on BNCs

functions: ALL !!! ( independent color adjustements, everything )


internal scaler: full 3:2, 2:2 pulldown, Silicon Image? ATI Radeon based?
definitely with you there!

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contrast ratio (real): 800:1 ( as in best theaters )
Theatrical prints on the large screen produce acceptable, but not excellent black-levels. Why not get something closer to what the director gets to see in the studio...something closer to what the film-print/negative are capable of delivering?


I'll take a contrast ratio of 2000:1 on my dream projector ;)


One more thing...I'll add the ability to directly access the various aspect ratio adjustments with a single key press (or a discrete combination of key presses) of the remote. That way we could load those commands into our Pronto and press "4x3" or "1.66:1" etc. and instantly have the projector in that mode (given you're not using a separate scaler to do all that for you).


Did I say 1.66:1? Yes...give me a special 1.66:1 zoom for 4x3 encoded 1.66:1 warner and mgm (grrrr) discs.


-dave


-dave
 
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