InFocus IN76 High Definition Home Theater DLP Projector


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InFocus IN76 High Definition Home Theater DLP Projector
$899.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: Refurbished

Product List:

  • 1 InFocus IN76 High Definition Home Theater DLP Projector
  • 1 RCA RCR430S 4 Device Universal Remote

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this is a woot i think i can get behind… you know?.. here’s useful linkage too… comparison shopping is a holiday tradition around these parts… rockband on the big screen… here we come.


#4

Not bad. I’ve seen these go for around $1400 all the way up to $2000 elsewhere. Wish I wasn’t broke.


#5

i’d get it if it fit in my dorm room


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This may be a stupid question but what is the difference between i and p? Meaning the difference between a 1080i vs. a 1080p HD device.


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1000 lumens = yawn

plus, i would never buy anything infocus from woot after the screenplay disaster.

yay - i got stuck with a $3,000 paper weight that no one supports or can fix!

no thanks woot.


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Froogle


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#10

Since this is only 720p, will I get the best out of my Blue Ray DVD’s with this?


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Interlaced vs Progressive. Which, in very basic terms, is how the horizontal lines are drawn on the screen.


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no


#13

Love the product description…a tribute to Zork perhaps?


#14

Nice woot and an an awesome Zork reference to boot !!

You are standing next to mailbox…


#15

cnet seems to like it…


#16

i means interlaced - odd and even lines are rendered alternately (so the effective refresh rate is half)
1080p means progressive, the whole image is refreshed every time.


#17

Other than obviously very low lumens, is there a big distinction between 1000 and say 1500?


#18

1000 Lumens works perfect. No need for bright lights when watching a movie. And I only trust infocus projectors. Bulb life on most lasts longer than listed.


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interlaced vs progressive

i personally like the look of interlaced over progressive but its personal opinion…


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i is interlaced, p is progressive… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_scan … basically simple terms, p is much better picture quality.