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Hi,

 

I have a Sony 50 in rear projection tv. The picture is very good. However, about 5 months ago I bought a Infocus X1 front projector (Best Buy) 800.00 (online) screen 106 in dig. 200.00. total cost 1000.00. The picture quality is comparable to most rear projection tv and some lcd/plasmas. Cost is less and supports HD. Project bulb is replaceable. The Infocus is a excellent value for the money.

 

Note: This is a personal opinion.

 

Thanks,

 

willjr20

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I bought it.... Damn, this thing is huge for my apt!

 

 

Another question for you guys.... right now I have digital cable. The TV connects to the cable box with a coax cable. Is there any advantage in using the S-video connection instead? If so, where do I get the audio from?

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I bought it.... Damn, this thing is huge for my apt!

 

 

Another question for you guys.... right now I have digital cable.  The TV connects to the cable box with a coax cable.  Is there any advantage in using the S-video connection instead?  If so, where do I get the audio from?

 

It does save one digital to analog conversion, but I've never noticed the difference with cable.

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I bought it.... Damn, this thing is huge for my apt!

 

 

Another question for you guys.... right now I have digital cable. The TV connects to the cable box with a coax cable. Is there any advantage in using the S-video connection instead? If so, where do I get the audio from?

 

It does save one digital to analog conversion, but I've never noticed the difference with cable.

 

My roommate had an S-video cable. I hooked it up that way, and I see no difference in the picture between that and coax...

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