Conclusion: he InFocus X9 home theater projector is a well thought out projector for the average consumer. It performs exceedingly well in the three areas that should appeal to those wanting an affordable, and enjoyable. home theater experience. That’s right, this projector should please “the rest of us.
Cons: No RGB grayscale balance controls for the enthusiast who wants to get the best possible calibration of the image, Credit card remote is small, possibly easy to misplace (check those sofa cushions first, if it’s missing), Projector is dependent on the credit card remote, for all adjustments except...
Excerpt: It's time once again to review a serious brand of projectors. Today we are covering a DLP model by Infocus – Infocus X9. It is a mid segment projector, and judging by past performances by other Infocus models, we hope to be seeing some serious lumen artwork reflect off our huge white canvas.
Summary: One thing’s for certain, the X9 cuts a diminutive figure compared to many of its rivals. It’s truly portable and boasts a short-throw ratio to match, capable of displaying a picture from 1m to 12m from the screen, depending on how big an image you want.
The InFocus X9 is an affordable, compact home theatre projector that provides a crisp and bright image
Good Gear Guide.au
13 March 2009
Summary: As an entry level home theatre projector, the InFocus X9 impressed us. Its small size means that it is easily portable for showing off to your friends, while its high brightness and good colour accuracy means it is versatile enough to be used in a variety of locations.
Pros: Small, 720p native resolution, good brightness and colour accuracy
Cons: Slim remote is easy to lose - and is necessary for control