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While on a trip to Reno, a salesman from Wild West gave me a copy of a sheet from Sharp that compares the Sharp XV-Z9000U, Yamaha DPX-1 and Seleco HT-250/HT200. On paper at least, the Sharp seems to have the upper hand, thus Sharp's interest in such a comparision. Here is a list of some features from the Sharp XV-Z9000U.


1280x720 (16:9)

Pixels per panel: 921,600

0.8" DMD

6 segment color wheel, 150 rps (5X)

Lamp Type: NSH (USH10)

Contrast (TBA)

Brightness (TBA)

Lens Type: X1.35 Manual Zoom/Focus

Lens Shift: Optical 10.0 - 0.10

HDTV: 1080i/720P/480P/480i

Frequency Horizontal: 15 to 91 kHz

Frequency Vertical: 50 to 85 Hz

RGB Input: D Sub 15 pin

Component Input

S-Video Input

Composite Input

12V Trigger

RS-232C

I/P Convert: CVIC

3D Y/C

Electronic Keystone Adjustment

Reverse/Invert Image


 

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Jim,

Yes, although the specs. that jamesmil is quoting seem different, it's probably the same projector (Sharp XV-Z9000U). The specifications I wrote on my original post are from a sheet that's labeled "Sharp Electronics Confidential", but I don't know how accurate or old this information is.


I understand a Sharp rep. also brought this same projector to a local dealer here in the Bay Area and the dealer commented on how good the projector looked.


A 1280x720, 16:9 projector with a 6 segment color wheel, could be a very nice looking projector...
 
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