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Hi,


The Sharp 16:9 projector was shown at the German High-End fair in Frankfurt. A member of a German forum had the possibility to catch some specs from the manual:


lens-shift

275W lamp

fan noise 32-35dB

manual zoom 32,5-44mm

6 inputs: 2xcomponents, DVI, HD15, Fbas, S-Video

contrast 1200:1 !!!

1200 Ansi Lumen, also light reduction to 80%

gamma correction with 4 steps

RGBWRGBW color-wheel with different speeds

87"x49" picture from 4-5,5m distance


Very good whites and Blacks, but there were many artifacts because of a very lousy source, a laptop with bad setup. They demonstrated primarily a full Sharp 1Bit digital DSD multichannel setup, the used projector was a big surprise. But the fan is not noisy, similar to a VW-10.


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I had a local guy from an AV shop recommend this projector. I think he said it was about $4800. Could be a worthwhile consideration.


Actually, checking my notes, he mentioned the XV-7000, which is a 4:3 projector. I can't find any mention of a XV-9000.


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Hi,


the Sharp is the first 16:9 dlp-projector with the 1280x720 dmd-chip, which also uses the DM3 technique for bettersw and contrast. Availibility should be Q4/01. It was first shown at the CES 01.


Walter


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