Summary: Great projector for the price you cvan get one for. Works great for PC and to use as a tv projector, Sound quality is not the best but if you have another audio devce to use makes a great home video projector
Summary: Personal Experience Great little projector for entry level use. It was a nice projector when it first came out, but now it's way outdated. Pictures blur, and colors are smudged. Fan ran kind of loud and has a tendency to overheat. takes forever to warm up, and only takes a special infocus connector which you have to special order. It was fun for my first projector, but you can find better for the price nowadays.
Summary: Personal Experience I have 2 of these projectors, one given to me for free with 990 hours on it, as of now it has logged over 7000 hours. The 2nd i bought on ebay for 65$ with 120 hours on it a year ago. Today it has 400 hours on it. These machines are monsters. They last forever and are easy to work on.
Summary: Personal Experience After debating for a long time which home theater projector to buy, I settled on the LP335 Dragonfly projector from Infocus. I couldn't be happier with my decision. It works exactly as I wanted it to- it's like being at the movie theater. Image is very bright, great contrast, very easily portable, AWESOME buy.
Summary: Personal Experience I bought this projector used (150 hours on the bulb) for under $1,000. Using it for home theater - 100" screen. Produces excellent picture when using high-quality S-video source and cabling. Pretty good color accuracy, though I've read reviews that DLPs like this suffer in this area. Black levels are more like dark gray, and that is the only real complaint I have.
Summary: If you check out the reviews for LCD projectors, infocus products rarely surface. But you get a great bang for the buck here. The NEC LF140 has received rave reviews but if you look carefully, it is heavier than the LP335 and the intensity of its lamp is also lesser. Granted than the difference between 800 and 1000 lumens isn't that great (with the logarithmic nature of light intensity) but there will be a minor improvement in performance with the brighter lamp,...