InFocus Projectors

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  1. pop

    pop New Member

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    any OTers have a home projector by InFocus. I was looking at the 4805 for a budgeted purchase. Any feedback? reviews?
     
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    I bought the 4805 back in January and its awesome, I don't have the ideal setup but it projects a clear image (over 100inches) from about 15 feet onto a regular wall with no screen or special paint. Haven't had any problems so far and I gotta tell you, its so worth it. Nothing is as kick ass as having a 6 foot tv in your home!!!

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    I've got an X1... I like it a lot.
     
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    The ANSI lumens is only 750... though that dosent effect picture quality, something over 1000 looks nice in a home enviroment. Though the contrast ratio of 2200:1 is freakin good, so if you look at it in a completely darkened room with a realatively small throw (smaller image size) it wont be too bad.

    Though I have used multiple infocus projectors and like the way they operate.

    I use projectors in a professional enviroment so my views may be a little differnet.
     
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    i have the 4805, good projector but a bit dark and like said before its better with a smaller throw... not bad for a 5 foot screen though.
     

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