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Infocus-sp777.766174
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InFocus SP777

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Projector reviews
28 March 2006
  • Pros: Really excellent overall image quality, Very good “blacks” and excellent shadow detail, Lens shift (more range than most), Wide selection of lenses (6 optional, plus standard lens) allows placement at almost any distance desired, Very bright, Reasonably quiet, Physically attractive, Two year warranty, Dual screen triggers, Shelf mounting is a definite option, Price/performance: Aggressively priced for a 3 chip DLP projector, Lens z oom, focus, and lens shift are all p...
  • Cons: Really excellent overall image quality, Very good “blacks” and excellent shadow detail, Lens shift (more range than most), Wide selection of lenses (6 optional, plus standard lens) allows placement at almost any distance desired, Very bright, Reasonably quiet, Physically attractive, Two year warranty, Dual screen triggers, Shelf mounting is a definite option, Price/performance: Aggressively priced for a 3 chip DLP projector, Lens z oom, focus, and lens shift are all p...
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Three-chip DLP projector is now half its original price

Consumer Electronics Net
2 December 2005
  • Excerpt: Here we go into the stratosphere of projectordom, with the InFocus ScreenPlay 777. Originally $30,000, this three-chip DLP projector, destined for only the most chic of screening rooms, now sells for half that price at $15,000. We put this 45-pound flying saucer-like monster under the microscope here at the Midwest Test Facility Theater, prodding it with light meters and colorimeters, and projecting a variety of source material onto different types of screens.
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InFocus ScreenPlay 777 DLP projector

Sound & Vision Magazine
12 January 2005
  • Excerpt: Three-chippers are so new to this market that they still use Texas Instruments' HD2 1280x720 Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), not TI's newer HD2+ design. And now in the pipeline are 1920x1080 chips, still unavailable in any commercial DLP products (they're expected to show up first in rear-projection models). While these are matters that must be weighed by any buyer, it's the ultimate performance that counts.
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Overall 9
8.7

Luxus pur: Projektor Infocus Screenplay 777

CNET
8 December 2005
  • Summary: Wem für sein Heimkino das Beste gerade gut genug ist, der kommt an einem 3-Chip-Projektor nicht vorbei.
  • Pros: sehr gute Bildqualität, schickes Design, viele Videoeingänge, HD-kompatibel.
  • Cons: billige Fernbedienung, riesiges Gehäuse
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Bigscreen
1 January 2005
  • Excerpt: Det finns saker som kostar mycket, det finns saker som är väldigt dyra och det finns saker som är så fruktansvärt dyra så man undrar om det verkligen är någon som ens bryr sig om att fundera på dem? Men av samma anledning som en biltidning kan skriva om en Lamborghini Countach, så kan vi också skriva om sådant som nästan ingen har råd att skaffa men som ända kan vara roligt att läsa om.
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