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  have they gotten better then the nfocus dlp130 running dvi? 
 
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1 Dec 30, 2003, 10:49pm EST Report Abuse
I bought a dlp130 for gaming some time ago and while I loved the 72inch digital screen idea I did find that the color wheel was really slow. Im mean slow to the point where an image moving semi quickly would blur long before a 3 gun projector would. Then my other complaint was that DLP didnt do skys very well. They seemed over saturated and alot of times a blue sky would be mostly white.
Watching star wars episode 2 would be great if white storm troopers didnt look fuzzy and pixelated since whites didnt work well in contrast to the rest of the image. The lp130 was rated for a 13 foot screen I believe however that anything over a 3 foot image would be degraded too much to constitute purchasing a nice screen. While I love the portability and especially the dlps rich colors (black not included), I found the above mentioned downfalls annoying so I sold it to my boss so we could do our electrical plans in cad on the wall:-)
I have seen drastic price drops though which ussually means improvements so whats the scoop on the current models compared to previous ones?


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1 Dec 30, 2003, 10:51pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: have they gotten better then the nfocus dlp130 running dvi?
sorry, can the whole colorwheel comment...I just saw someone beat me there. Thanks sander:-(



 

    
 
 

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