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Hi all!!!


I'm planing on buying a LCD projector.... i dont want to be able to se any pixels....it must be able to take line dubler.....and last but not least....it must have good black coler......and...cheep is always good.


Well guys.....what do i need ??


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"Well guys.....what do i need" ??


A blind fold. You will not see the pixels, exellent black level and you can go very cheap. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/biggrin.gif


How about the Sony 10HT with a Stewart Grayhawk screen or wait for the new Sony 11HT or the Sanyo PLV-60 all of them are true widescreen projectors.


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Nicolas,


As Tom points out - if you buy an LCD projector - you

also buy the inherent deficiencies in an LCD.


An LCD by its nature; has a lower "fill factor", and so

there will be some "screendoor" effect - and you will see

pixels to a certain degree. DLPs and D-ILAs have higher

fill factors and less degree of pixelation. CRTs of course

don't have pixels, but do have lines.


Any projector that modulates a white lamp, like an LCD, a

DLP or a D-ILA, will have problems with black level, unlike

a CRT which creates its own light and can go black.


Unless you are very well off, none of the projectors are

cheap. The LCDs are usually the least expensive of the

various types.


You have to be aware of all the pros and cons of the

different design types, and pick the set of compromises

that best fits your values. In other words, there's no

such thing as a perfect projector - yet.


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Nicolas,


Take a month or two first and read as many threads on this forum as you can find time to read. What you will learn might save you from buying a projector that you won't be happy with.

Also if it's at all possible (not often is) always

try to find a demonstration of the projector you are

considering before you commit to a purchase. There is

nothing like seeing what it can do with your own eyes.


Bob Wood
 
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