Infocus ScreenPlay 4800 Front Projectors

ScreenPlay 4800

  • Contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • Light output: 550 ANSI lumens
  • Auto-calibrating 4-segment, 2x-speed color wheel
  • Digital keystone correction

User Reviews (1)

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djohn409   Audio Enthusiast [Jun 15, 2005]
Strength:

For under $600 dollars, I have a good high-def compatible portable television that can throw an image as big as I want it to be! Excellent picture quality for an entry level DLP projector. Easy to set up and use. Attractive styling. Good customer support.

Weakness:

No horizontal keystone correction. Noisy fan.

Purchased this projector for $549 dollars factory refurbished. After running through several DVD movies at 480p, XBOX games through the S-Video at 480i, and a Chicago Cubs baseball game through the standard-definition video input, I can say that the video quality of this projector is pretty good out of the box! The picture is bright enough to be seen clearly, even when my living-room's lamps were on! Blacks are more dark grey than black, and rainbows are present. Rainbows don't bother me much though. The projector is easy to use and quite intuitive and I found myself making adjustments, switching aspect ratios, and swapping signal sources in no time at all. Fan noise is quite audible, but did not detract from movies or games.

Similar Products Used: Sony, Hitachi, Viewsonic
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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