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6.7 out of 10

InFocus IN76

The InFocus IN76 720p DLP Home Theater Projector has a contrast Read more

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User Review

larryndc, Projector Central
3 January 2010
  • Summary: Personal Experience Easier to set up and use than I expected. Using the IN76 for home theater with cable box, DVD player and BlueRay attached to it. Occasionally, we attach a laptop. Used primarily indoors on a 5' x 9' screen for TV or movie viewing, but on occasion outside for a "drive-in movie". Even when outside, rear projecting onto a sheet, it's very good quality. Never a minutes problem in over 2 years of use. My worse complaint?
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Big screen in a small projector

J. Sullivan, Amazon
14 January 2009
  • Summary: Let's get the bad things out of the way first. The projector can be a bit on the noisey side, particularly when ceiling mounted. There are not a ton of inputs on the back (one each of the major ones). There has also been issues reported by some people with the screen flickering a bit during warm up. I experienced this a bit myself with the first unit, but had it repaired/replaced for free.
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In76 vs optoma hd72

D. Morrison "- D.", Amazon
5 December 2007
  • Summary: I made a lateral move from an Optoma HD72 to the Infocus IN76. These projectors have a very similar spec and street price. I switched because the HD72 required a new bulb every 900 hours. At $400 per bulb (every year) this was too much. HDTV looks great on both units. I have had both set to 120" screen in a 13'x13' room with some ambient light. The IN76 is noticeably brighter. The IN76 was easier to setup.
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scubajoe, Projector Central
19 April 2007
  • Summary: Personal Experience GREAT, super bright even in eco mode and in direct light, bigger image size then cheaper projectors. Very quite. This is my 7th and best projector.
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Axel2000, Projector Central
26 February 2007
  • Summary: Personal Experience I have it for 10 months now. Incredible image! Best projector I ever had. The fan is sometimes heard. Project on 140" goo painted screen and colors are awesome.
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"beautiful vibrant colors and sharp image"

Baianoz, CNET
11 July 2006
  • Pros: beautiful image, quiet, true HDTV (720p and 1080i), latest interfaces
  • Cons: does not provide 1080p
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Kevin, Projector Central
23 June 2006
  • Summary: Personal Experience 260 hours on the lamp now without a single issue. I still have the original firmware. I bought the PJ the first week they came out. I went with InFocus because of reliability relative to it's competition. Even though I think the image quality is good, I have to wonder that a dark chip 3 would be better. The image quality and colors are top notch for anything in it's price range ($1800-$2300 USD). Viewed HD72 and HC3000U ...
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"excellent image - crisp and vibrant"

kurge71, CNET
15 May 2006
  • Pros: great image, easy to set-up, runs quiet, cool to look at
  • Cons: like most projectors - I'd like a longer bulb life or a cheaper replacement bulb
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Michael, Projector Central
12 May 2006
  • Summary: Personal Experience I have had this projector for over a month now and I am extremely happy with it. I have the DirecTV DVR and watching the Soprano's in high defination is like looking through a window. The projector is ceiling mounted and I am using this with a Dalite permawall. I bought my projector for $2300 and then called Infocus and found out that I purchased it from an unauthorized dealer and my warranty would normally not be valid, but since I contacted them,...
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Excellent image

Michael D. Toberman, Amazon
24 April 2006
  • Summary: I just bought this projector after reading a review from projectcentral.com. I also just got a DirecTV HD DVR. I am projecting onto a 137" Dalite permawall screen in a light controlled room. The image quality with recent HD material is stunning. When looking at bright daylight images it looks like a window, with amazing detail. I am replacing an Infocus X1. I also had a Sanyo Z4 for about two weeks.
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