Arrow, just out of curiousity, 1)what are your plans for the XP21N if by some fluke it doesn't blow the LP-350 out of the water? and 2)what other projectors have you shot out against the LP-350 and what became of them after they didn't measure up?
I compared the same two units, unforunately a week apart.
I would be really interested to hear of the Sanyo does not DESTROY the Infocus in your opinion, as it did in my comparison.
I think you will really like it.
Incidentally I have begun experimenting with some power regeneration/conditioning devices I have found that were used in lab applications. They put out a clean sine wave 115V, 60Hz, and holy [email protected])#$%* if it doesn;t really improve the picture!
Blacks, colors are better, images are smoother, screen door is less noticable (how the heck is this going on????), the image is generally about 10% brighter too!
Neat stuff. I am trying to do more extensive testing before I realase info on the name ofthe product, etc.
I am also trying to buy a surplus quantity in bulk, but these things weigh 70 lbs each and are about the size of a big amp.
phussary, I thought I'd pass this on. I tried the QuadScan Pro with my XP21N and I didn't notice any improvement. I ended up returning it. That said, my comments should be taken in context. I bought the QuadScan with the specific intention/hope that it would improve the Satellite TV signal on sports broadcasts. I'm using S-Video outputs from my receiver; it doesn't have component outs...there's limited HD in Canada. There is a review, elsewhere on the net, of the QuadScan which says that the improvements the scalar provides are most noticeable via a component input.
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