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#21817 - 10/11/03 01:07 AM Some wanted to see the lowly Infocus X1
Saturn Offline
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Registered: 10/21/02
Posts: 1041
Loc: Toronto Ontario Canuck
Well it took me so long to get a decent shot of the Infocus X1 in action. It is sold at the very low price of $999 USD which is cheaper than a 36" inch Sony Grand Wega. It still doesn't show how really good the picture quality is but it is getting closer. The first set of pictures I took was definitely washed out. I need to learn to take dark room shots from my Canon S400.

http://www.spacelofts.com/x1/

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#21818 - 10/11/03 09:56 AM Re: Some wanted to see the lowly Infocus X1
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Registered: 07/20/03
Posts: 290
Loc: Nebraska
Projectors are such a hard thing to get a good picture of. If you have a perfectly dark room, you cant tell how large the picture actually is. If you start letting light into the room, the picture starts going downhill just a bit.

The X1 is an awesome projector, my room was not "big enough" for it. At the distance it would have been from the screen, I only would have got a 70" picture.

I notice all your images are 16:9 but you have a 4:3 screen. Do you ever use 4:3? I have a Draper Luma 92" 16x9 never used if you are interested.



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#21819 - 10/11/03 11:59 AM Re: Some wanted to see the lowly Infocus X1
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Loc: Toronto Ontario Canuck
That screen is a temp one used for my rental place. When my new place is done in April I will get a custom Da-lite Hipower with custom thickness borders (suggested by Sushi). That will have to wait till I move in to get proper dimensions. I do use 4:3 through the Viewsonic video processor that re-scales cable TV to 800x600. Thanks for the offer.
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#21820 - 10/11/03 05:05 PM Re: Some wanted to see the lowly Infocus X1
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Registered: 02/09/03
Posts: 1490
Loc: Dallas, TX
Front projection rules!!! HAHAHA...

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#21821 - 10/11/03 10:08 PM Re: Some wanted to see the lowly Infocus X1
chesseroo Online   crying
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Registered: 05/13/02
Posts: 5031
Loc: western canada
Saturn, i think you left out your speaker stand brands from your otherwise thorough component list.
They look very nice. Shot loaded?
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#21822 - 10/11/03 10:22 PM Re: Some wanted to see the lowly Infocus X1
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Registered: 10/21/02
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Loc: Toronto Ontario Canuck
Thanks Chess. Just updated the site with Mission "Stance" stands filled with Playground Sand from Toys'R'Us. Its clean and nice and heavy when filled.

Check it out in 2-3 weeks. Theres gonna be a big change. Sonically too

Saturn
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