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  1. Front Projection vs. LCD/PDP

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I had been assuming to use a 1080 front projector for my media room, but this weekend saw a new Sharp 65" LCD display. WOW! Has anyone else seriously considered one of these ($4800) vs. buying a front projector, screen, and all of the mounts, wiring, etc. through your ceiling... I know the...
  2. Need help with my Anamorphic Projection Setup

    Home Theater Projectors
    Hello, Ok so let me start off by saying I'm a bit new to all of this but am going to be purchasing a Panasonic PT-AE2000 projector. I looked up some specifications for the throw ratio of this projector, and it says they are ***1.37 - 2.73:1***, and has a 2x zoom. I have a smaller room and want...
  3. Anamorphic Projection FAQ's DIY

    Home Theater Projectors
    Q. How do I make a DIY Anamorphic Projection set up? A. In reality, there are only three aspects to the DIY approach..The Lens..The lens Mount and the Screen.. LENSES: You have two choices. 1. Buy a lens in kit form or partially assembled. 2. Buy the individual prisms, and make a box to hold...
  4. New Forum Now Open: Anamorphic Projection

    Forum Announcements | News
    Anamorphic Projection The Anamorphic Projection forum is for the discussion of converting your home theater setup into a Cinemascope Theater. Learn how to eliminate those black bars above and below your screen via the anamorphic projection system. Includes discussion of commercial and DIY...
  5. Sony KDS-60A3000 60-inch BRAVIA A series SXRD 1080p Rear Projection HDTV

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    Sony KDS-60A3000 60-inch BRAVIA A series SXRD 1080p Rear Projection HDTV At OneCall for only $1699.99 Shipped! Only through 1/14/08
  6. Panasonic rear projection question

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I am considering a Panasonic PT 61LCZ70. It is a 1080P rear projection unit. Do you know anyone who has one? How is the picture? Can you describe its technology. It is different than the LCOS type or the DLP type. Certain test reviews have criticized its "blacks" as being not too good. Is...
  7. Front Projection 1080p LCD's

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    Has anyone viewed the new 1080p LCD front projectors. I have seen the Epson was disappointed in its "tracking" ability. In other words, the projector couldn't keep up with the action. I know this is a problem with some LCD's, but I thought the 3 panel LCD was suppose to correct this. I was...
  8. PIONEER SD-T50W1 PROJECTION TV Problem

    Pioneer
    Hello i have a problem whit PIONEER SD-T50W1 BACK-PROJECTION TV The picture is defect in left side + convergens is bad. In Natural wide mode is the picture ok . (I can see a little bit red color in the text bottom to the right in natural wide mode.) But not in the other modes: 4:3 Normal...
  9. Help from Sony for LCD rear projection with blue spots

    Sony
    Sony will cover the cost of the optical block repair (parts and labor) at no charge through December 31, 2008 for 2004 Model Year Grand WEGA™ Televisions with the blue spot problem. Models: KDF-42WE655, KDF-50WE655, KDF-55WF655, KDF-60WF655, KDF-55XS955, KDF-60XS955, KF-42WE620, and KF-50WE620...
  10. Rear projection TV

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I am looking for a second TV for my family room. I currently have a rear projection 4x3 Toshiba that is getting long in the tooth. My HT tv is an Aquos 46" 1080p LCD. I want to get the biggest screen (up to about 65") with the best picture for the least money (<$2,000) since this is a "second"...
  11. Draper Projection Screen Giveaway...

    Manufactured Screens
    Compliments of Matt (MisterG12)... we have the following Draper projection screen to giveaway: Draper Luma HDTV (16 X 9) 92" Fiberglass Matte White Pull Down Screen. Here's the lowdown: Spring-roller operated, with pull cord. Housed in pentagonal steel case which has a scratch-resistant...
  12. Sony 50" SXRD Rear Projection TV

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I'm looking into buying a new HDTV for my modest home and I was thinking about the Sony 50" SXRD. I would like to hear comments and other things about it. Maybe I should point out to the fact that I cannot get a Projector for my home because I cannot make a dedicated room for my HomeTheater...
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