We round-up the latest rear-projection and front-projection DLPs.
Marantz VP-11S1
Mitsubishi HD1000U
Epson PowerLite Home Cinema and Pro Cinema
Optoma HD7300
Projectiondesign Action! Model Three 1080
Sim2 D80
BenQ W10000
Runco Reflection RS-1100 and RS-1100 Ultra
Sharp XV-Z20000, XV-Z3100
Vidikron Vision Model 70
Viewsonic PJ258D
InFocus SP777
NuVision 52LEDLP
RCA M61WH74S
Optoma BigVizion HDBV5120
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InFocus SP777

It may not be a brand new offering, but the $5,000 price drop on the InFocus SP777 is worthy of mention. Sporting a curvy and high-gloss black and silver chassis, the SP777 is equipped with an enhanced Faroudja DCDi video deinterlacer to deliver 72p video. What’s that you say, only 720p? How jaded we have become almost overnight. The SP777 uses a 3-chip design where a single DMD is used for each primary color: red, green and blue. There are those who will argue that a 720p resolution using a three-chip design will provide a far superior image than a single chip 1080p display. We’ll leave the debate for another day but even a 720p projector will allow you to fully enjoy the advantages of all HD broadcasts and the new generation of high-def source devices such as Blu-ray and HD-DVD. With a 5,000:1 contrast ratio, images are sure to be crisp and life-like (even with a little ambient light).  Vertical lens shift provides additional installation flexibility, such as above or below the screen placement. An unusual feature is a proprietary connector that takes the place of HDMI or DVI inputs. Adaptors are required for use with either DVI or HDMI cables.

Native resolution: 1280 x 720p

DLP Technology: Three-chip DarkChip3 DMD

Contrast ratio: 5,000:1

ANSI Lumens: 2,000

Video Inputs: A special M1 port requires an adaptor for use with HDMI (HDCP supported) or DVI cables;  2 Component, 2 BNC; 2 S-Video; 1 Composite

Lamp Life (in hours) : 1,500

Price: $9,999

Web Site: www.infocus.com

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