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This will be my first projector and I don't want to be sorry if I get it and then realize that I wish it had support for 16:9 ratio and that it had component video support.


I know I can get a cable that will allow a physical connection of the 3-cable component video from a progressive DVD player (RP56) to the 15-pin RGB connector on the LT150, but is that the same as supporting component video input?


Also, I will be using masking on my screen, so will I really miss not having 16:9 capabilities?


Also, will 800 lumens be enough for a totally light-controlled room?
 

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The LT150 has full component video support, all you need is a $25-50 cable. Its still "true" component, it just utilizes the existing VGA connector (probably to save space).


It also supports 16:9 mode. Its not a native 16:9 projector, but it does have a "Cinema Aspect Ratio" that properly squeezes any widescreen DVD signal. It'll be projected at 1024x576, so some of the pixels aren't used. For DVDs, though, this is fine since you only get 480 lines of DVD anyways.


-Dave
 
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