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arp Notevision M20XA projector - Reviews?

Has anyone used this one? Pro's Con's?


Ive never had the chance to see a projector in use other than board meetings and power point presentations.


So ive purchased the Sharp Notevision M20XA projector

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Features:

Industry leading contrast ratio rated at 1000:1

1500 ANSI lumens of brightness

Ultra-portable at under 6 pounds

Sharp's exclusive CV-IC System II and sRGB color management for accurate color rendition

3x speed color wheel, to eliminate flicker

Data Input for PC or MAC

International Power Supply (100-240V AC)

Digital Keystone Correction up to +/-35o

Compact, slim unique design

Support for 1080p, 720p, 480p Component Video and 480i

New CV-IC System II

One-step custom start-up image

Password start-up, theft deterrent

Power save mode

sRGB color management

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Specs:


Resolution XGA (1024 x 768)

Brightness (ANSI Lumens) 1500

Weight (lbs.) 5.8

Display Technology DLP (from Texas Instruments Technology)

Uniformity (%) N/A

Data Signals PC, Macintosh and work station computers

Video Signals NTSC/PAL/PAL-N/PAL-M/SECAM/NTSC 4.43

Video Resolution 700 TV lines (HDTV 720 P)

Aspect Ratio(s) 4:3 and 16:9

No. of Colors (million) 16.7

Contrast Ratio 1000:1 full on/off, 800:1 ANSI

Lamp Type 210W SHP

Lamp Life (hours) 2000

Lens Manual Zoom/Focus Lens

Zoom Ratio 1.2:1

Image Size 40 - 300 in. diagonal

Throw Distance 5.2 - 39.7 ft.

Keystone Digital Keystone Correction up to +/- 35o

Input Input 1: DVI-I (29-pin) digital, computer (RGB), and component

Input 2: S-Video (4 Pin DIN)

Input 3: Composite (RCA)

Output 1 Audio Input - 3.5mm Stereo Minijack

1 - USB Port (4 Pin)

H-Sync Range 15.0 - 126.0kHz

V-Sync Range 43 - 200Hz

Built-in Audio 2.0W Mono

Audible Noise (dB) 37.0 dB

Dimensions (H x W x D) 3.3 in. x 8.6 in. x 12.5 in.

Included Accessories Wireless remote control, 4 AAA size batteries, 6' power cord, 6' USB mouse control cable, 6' DVI to 15 pin HD cable. Projector operation manual, projector quick reference guide, carry bag.

Remote Control USB wireless remote control. IR w/ presentation forward & reverse.

Mfg. Warranty 3 years parts/labor & 2 years Sharp Express Repair, Lamp 90 days


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I also picked up this screen:


Da-Lite Cinema Contour Screen

Item Number: 87157

• Viewing Dimensions (H x W): 52 in. x 92 in.

• Screen Format: HDTV

• Nominal Diagonal: 106 in.

• Screen Surface: Audio Vision


Sorry for the long post. I figured this way I could check it out, and decide if it's for me or not. Thank your for any help you can give me. Thanx!


Notevision Sharp Projector

Projector can be viewed here
 

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Hi,


I don't have any experience with this projector, but I would be interested in any reviews as well! I'm also looking at the Optoma 755. I may be able to demo them side by side in the next few weeks, if so I'll post back here about it.



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Mark, is there a place in Austin where one can demo the Optoma?
 

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I'm in touch with a place calleg Padgitt's that has a main office in Waco and a branch in Austin. They said the Sharp rep was going to be there on the 21st with a demo PG-20MX(A?) at about 2:00pm. Unfortunately I have orientation for my new job that day (doh!) so I can't make it. They also have the Optoma 755 in their catalog. I'm supposed to get in touch with Jeff from Padgitt's to set up a demo.



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Hi,


If someone can test the new sharp:


Please check, if it can handle 720p and Pal progessive / 576p.

Sharp says, PAL is not supported, but maybe it will work.


As I know, the Sharp has a 3x speed RGBW color wheel.

Do you see any rainbows?


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