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InFocus LP350 Driver
However, the blacks looked gray. Even with the brightness set to zero and that imparts a kind of dirty look to the image and isn't really an option InFocus LP350, the blacks still appeared gray and my attention was drawn to it. InFocus LP350
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It doesn't really matter if the blacks aren't as black as CRT. What's important, is how the blacks appear. To my eyes, the blacks appeared gray and it was very noticeable InFocus LP350 any dark scene like the beginning of chapter 15 of Gladiator and Chapter 1 of InFocus LP350 Troopers. I would like to emphasize that this is an important flaw if your eyes are constantly drawn to it.
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I don't mean to harp on this issue, but it is a very important one and it is one of the two biggest reasons InFocus LP350 LCD projection did not replace CRT in the many years of it's existence the other LCD flaw being the visibility of the pixel grid. InFocus LP350 image suffers from "the crawlies" or "sparklies". It looks like very tiny mites or dots are crawling around the screen.
It is especially noticeable in any bright area of the image.
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I'm InFocus LP350 to say it, but it was very noticeable and I was surprised to see it. I haven't seen this effect in a long time and my initial reaction was to say InFocus LP350 the gentleman providing the demo "Do you see those crawling dots up there? The LP definitely has "the crawlies". I can assure you that this is not a defect in the source material. I hope the Seleco HT doesn't have this problem.
If it does, it will be a very significant issue. The "crawlies" are not present on my setup.
The image is crystal clear and in that regard it InFocus LP350 very film-like. I'm sorry to say that and I InFocus LP350 choosing my words very carefully. This is my opinion and I am not trying to infuriate anyone.
I am totally confident though, that my InFocus LP350 are accurate. I didn't spend enough time with the projector to judge definitively if it has InFocus LP350 "over bright whites" look of the NEC and Plus units.
I did notice, that Leeloo's white bandages did not look washed out and "bleached", like it did on the LT That is a positive for InFocus LP350 LP I did not notice the banding either, on the S-video or RGB inputs thank God, You don't know how grateful and InFocus LP350 I was, to not see that artifact https: Visibility Of "The Rainbow" Vs. Other Units The LP has noticeable color wheel artifacts. InFocus LP350 seemed when run at 72hz on the PC, the effect was diminished.
At 60hz, through the PC and S-video, the color wheel's "rainbow" the red green and InFocus LP350 colors of the spinning color wheel inside the projector was more noticeable. With the black and white movie, The Third Man, the effect was very pronounced. It's definitely more noticeable than the DL and I didn't like it.
It really marred watching The Third Man's picture. The effect is visible when your eyes move around InFocus LP350 screen. It's not possible to keep your eyes from moving around. The guy who demo'ed InFocus LP350 projector immediately saw it. With color movies Gladiator, for example the effect was minimized.
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The effect wasn't terrible but it wasn't invisible and it certainly was noticeable. I can see how some people have dismissed DLP becuase of color wheel effects. The DL's color wheel effects are greatly minimized. Supposedly InFocus LP350 is no rainbow effect with the new Seleco HT So InFocus LP350 is possible to make projectors with little InFocus LP350 no "rainbow".
The extra brightness looks good, but the projector I saw also had a very noticeable light halo, at least as pronounced as the LT The light halo extends like a square of light, around the periphery of the image.