Summary: I bought this projector for the DLP micromirror array it uses to generate the image. The projector still works great, and picture resolution seems higher than TN-LCD projectors, although this is somewhat of a qualitative observation.
This is a good product for certain applications,not so good for others...
15 October 2011
Summary: The Infocus LP-400 is a dated piece of technology, it does not have digital inputs or vga, but picture is good for gaming systems or dvd or flash player applications. This system was '' stste of the art in its day''but that day is gone.
Summary: Personal Experience It is not co-operative at all, the colour quality is terrible and the images throught the computer weren't right. Problems It is not co-operative at all, the colour quality is terrible and the images throught the computer weren't right.
Summary: Personal Experience This projector is getting a little long in the tooth by todays standards, but will still impress as a first home theatre projector. Initially I was unimpressed with the picture quality when hooked up via SVHS, but a direct VGA connection to my DVD player improved contrast and...
Summary: Personal Experience I am not sure why the March 2002 reviewer of this projector thought it wasn't good for Home Theater use. Perhaps he didn't have a line doubler such as a AVT-3343. At any rate, I found this projector is excellent for Home Theater, and has an awesome bright picture.