|Originally posted by tahustvedt|
My next projector will will be a DLP.
I have an XGA LCD-projector now and I'm fed up with the texture of the picture. I'm not talking about screendoor, I'm talking about the texture of the panels that show in the same way as vertical banding, only not in a systematic pattern. I have finally eliminated the vertical banding, the color uniformity (most of it) and the dead pixel, and the texture is really starting to bug me now. I guess I have myself to blame, I'm so picky.
I suspect that LCOS-projectors have a similar texture-effect.
I have never been bothered by rainbows before, and I'm certainly not going to tell my friends about it if I get a DLP. The improved black-level will be much-appreciated too.
I won't upgrade for a few years, though. I just bought my LCD-projector. I'm trying to be happy with it. My friends are all very impressed.
|Originally posted by Wireless|
I prefer DLP because of the smoother image/higher contrast. Screen door bothers me far more than rainbow.