From: Wesley Smith (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Nov 21 2006 - 23:39:54 PST
The biggest thing going against DLPs are the rainbow effect. DLPs
send out colors sequentially and when you're moving (which inevitably
you are in a club), you will see RGB color rainbows instead of the
image. To test, project a DLP on a wall and shake your head. It's
especially heightened for grayscale images. There are DLP models that
use 7 colors instead of 3 and I beleive they help mediate this effect.
There are also more expensive 3 chip DLPs that don't suffer from this
problem at all.
On 11/21/06, Emile Tobenfeld (a.k.a Dr. T) <email suppressed> wrote:
> I'm looking to buy a new projector (hoping for under or just over
> $1000US) and am pondering DLP (more contrast and seems to be more
> bang for the buck) vs LCD.
> I tend to play in small to mid-sized rooms and am often projecting
> behind the band from in front of the stage -- one concern with DLP is
> that the rgb flicker from the lamp when seen from in front will be
> even more annoying than an LCD. Another is temporal strobing.
> Thoughts on the subject and specific recommendations appreciated. I'd
> like a decent range zoom lens for setup flexibility.
> "The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two
> opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the
> ability to function."
> F. Scott Fitzgerald
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