InFocus Screenplay 7200 High Definition DLP Projector


#1

Welcome to the InFocus Screenplay 7200 High Definition DLP Projector topic page for Monday, May 9th. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here.


#2

chalk up one more for the wish list :slight_smile:


#3

All I can say is WOW!!! That was the best WOOT-OFF ever!!! I think they were taking

advantage of all the new press to unload everything. I really was expecting to see the

kitchen sink :slight_smile: I mean, really… they got rid of everything else :slight_smile:

Well back to the daily one Woot a day grind :slight_smile:

WOW BIG BUCKS TONIGHT!!!

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By the way… a nice screen for this is the Optoma DS3084PM 84" Manual Pull-Down Projector Screen (4:3 Standard) for $87.99 with free shipping. It can be found at the link below.

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InFocus Screenplay 7200 High Definition DLP Projec
Watch movies at home, where you know full well why the floors are so sticky, and who got them that way
$2199.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

Let’s face facts, Finklestein: you are not a big wheel. You do not have influence, connections or prestige. You are not charismatic, well-read or pleasant to smell. Why would anyone ever come over to your house?

The ScreenPlay 7200, that’s why.

This 720p high-definition projector is optimized for use in home theatres, so it’s ideal for homebody cinephiles who want impeccable video performance and a true HD experience.

You like tech talk? Oh, boy, are you in for a treat. Wallow in the next two paragraphs like an overfed sow in cool mud.

The Screenplay 7200 is built on TI’s HD2 Mustang DLP chip, which delivers 16:9 1280×720 WXGA resolution for an extraordinarily sharp widescreen picture with gorgeous, highly saturated colors and brightness to spare. The chip is 70% faster than the DDR (Double Data Rate) chip in InFocus’s 4805 projector, which makes for even better performance and cleaner, more noise-free video. In layman’s terms, this means when you pop in UNDER SEIGE, the ‘splosions look awesome.

It isn’t just TI’s HD2 chip; the ScreenPlay 7200 is stuffed like a Cornish hen with well-respected image-enhancing technologies. Faroudja’s DCDi FLI2300 picture-processing chipset handles the deinterlacing and supplies additional color, sharpness, and noise-reducing circuitry. A six-segment, 5x color wheel operates at 9000rpm to minimize rainbow effects. Carl Zeiss, the world-renowned lens manufacturer, supplied the ScreenPlay 7200’s custom-designed optics. It’s got eight video inputs, including two component RCA inputs, a D5 component input, two S-video inputs, a composite input and a DVI-with-HDCP input. There are even 3.5mm minijacks for an IR repeater, RS-232 serial connector, 12V trigger input, and a 12V trigger output.

You’ve spent your last lonely night at home! With the Screenplay 7200 High Definition DLP Projector in your den, we guarantee* you’ll have guests a’plenty. Your new problem will be getting them to leave.

We recommend screening MALIBU’S MOST WANTED for that.

*Not a guarantee

General:
Condition: Refurbished by InFocus
Warranty: 90 days
Dimensions: 4.3” (H) x 13.8: (W) x 12.8” (L)
Weight: 9.5 lbs. / 4.3 kg
Power Supply: 100V – 240V at 50 – 60 Hertz
Operating Temp: 10° – 35° C (50° – 95° F)
Conformances: UL, CSA, TUV, C Tick, NOM, MIC, GOST, IRAM, CCC, S-JQA, FCC B, EN55022, ICES-003
Ships with: Power cord, Home Entertainment remote
Menu Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Chinese Simple, Chinese Traditional
Compatibility:
Video: Component and RGB HDTV (720p, 1035i, 1080i, 1080p, 1080p-24)
DVI/HDCP for digital video and encrypted digital video.
Component EDTV (480p, 576p progressive scan), SECAM: M,
Component, Composite and S-Video standard video
[480i, 576i, 576i RGB SCART with adapter, NTSC, NTSC M 4.43, PAL: B, F, H, I, M, N]
Computer: Digital and analog PC, Macintosh: 1280×1024
Resolution through intelligent resizing
Communication: USB and RS232
Inputs & Outputs:
2 – Component (Gold RCA): HDTV, EDTV, and Standard TV Component
1 – Component (D5): HDTV, EDTV, Standard TV, RGB, SCART and adapter
2 – S-Video: Standard Video
1 – Composite (RCA): Standard Video
1 – M1-DA VESA: HDTV RGB, HDTV Component, Digital Visual Interface (DVI),
1 – HD15 VESA: HDTV RGB, HDTV Component and Computer
1 – 9-pin D-sub male RS-232
1 – 3.5mm mini-jack IR Repeater (Niles/Xantech compatible)
2 – 3.5mm mini-jack 1 – 12V screen drop, 1 – 12V 4:3 aspect curtains
Display:
Projection System: Texas Instruments Mustang HD2 12° LVDS DMD
Resolution: 1280×720 (16:9)
Projection Lens: F/1.9, 26.7 – 36.8mm focal length
Color Wheel: Proprietary auto-calibrating, 6-segment, 5x color wheel
Contrast Ratio: 1400:1 full on/full off
Lamp: 200-Watt UHP (3000 hours), 250-Watt UHP (2000 hours)
Lumens: 1000 ANSI (optimized for video)
1000 Pre calibrated lumens at D65 and 6500K
Colors: 16.7 million simultaneously displayable
Modes: Front/rear/ceiling mode
Focusing distance: 5’/1.5m to infinity
Keystone Correction: Digital, Up to ±20°
SMPTE Brightness: Up to 126” (3.2m) wide, 16:9 screen
Throw Ratio: 1.49:1 – 2.08:1 (distance/width)


#4

whoo


#5

Nice woot, way out of my pricerange tho.

Thanx for the woot-off!


#6

wow, that’s an expensive projector… I wish it was another woot-off, I need a robomower.

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InFocus Screenplay 7200 High Definition DLP Projec
Watch movies at home, where you know full well why the floors are so sticky, and who got them that way
$2199.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

Let’s face facts, Finklestein: you are not a big wheel. You do not have influence, connections or prestige. You are not charismatic, well-read or pleasant to smell. Why would anyone ever come over to your house?

The ScreenPlay 7200, that’s why.

This 720p high-definition projector is optimized for use in home theatres, so it’s ideal for homebody cinephiles who want impeccable video performance and a true HD experience.

You like tech talk? Oh, boy, are you in for a treat. Wallow in the next two paragraphs like an overfed sow in cool mud.

The Screenplay 7200 is built on TI’s HD2 Mustang DLP chip, which delivers 16:9 1280×720 WXGA resolution for an extraordinarily sharp widescreen picture with gorgeous, highly saturated colors and brightness to spare. The chip is 70% faster than the DDR (Double Data Rate) chip in InFocus’s 4805 projector, which makes for even better performance and cleaner, more noise-free video. In layman’s terms, this means when you pop in UNDER SEIGE, the ‘splosions look awesome.

It isn’t just TI’s HD2 chip; the ScreenPlay 7200 is stuffed like a Cornish hen with well-respected image-enhancing technologies. Faroudja’s DCDi FLI2300 picture-processing chipset handles the deinterlacing and supplies additional color, sharpness, and noise-reducing circuitry. A six-segment, 5x color wheel operates at 9000rpm to minimize rainbow effects. Carl Zeiss, the world-renowned lens manufacturer, supplied the ScreenPlay 7200’s custom-designed optics. It’s got eight video inputs, including two component RCA inputs, a D5 component input, two S-video inputs, a composite input and a DVI-with-HDCP input. There are even 3.5mm minijacks for an IR repeater, RS-232 serial connector, 12V trigger input, and a 12V trigger output.

You’ve spent your last lonely night at home! With the Screenplay 7200 High Definition DLP Projector in your den, we guarantee* you’ll have guests a’plenty. Your new problem will be getting them to leave.

We recommend screening MALIBU’S MOST WANTED for that.

*Not a guarantee

General:
Condition: Refurbished by InFocus
Warranty: 90 days
Dimensions: 4.3” (H) x 13.8: (W) x 12.8” (L)
Weight: 9.5 lbs. / 4.3 kg
Power Supply: 100V – 240V at 50 – 60 Hertz
Operating Temp: 10° – 35° C (50° – 95° F)
Conformances: UL, CSA, TUV, C Tick, NOM, MIC, GOST, IRAM, CCC, S-JQA, FCC B, EN55022, ICES-003
Ships with: Power cord, Home Entertainment remote
Menu Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Chinese Simple, Chinese Traditional
Compatibility:
Video: Component and RGB HDTV (720p, 1035i, 1080i, 1080p, 1080p-24)
DVI/HDCP for digital video and encrypted digital video.
Component EDTV (480p, 576p progressive scan), SECAM: M,
Component, Composite and S-Video standard video
[480i, 576i, 576i RGB SCART with adapter, NTSC, NTSC M 4.43, PAL: B, F, H, I, M, N]
Computer: Digital and analog PC, Macintosh: 1280×1024
Resolution through intelligent resizing
Communication: USB and RS232
Inputs & Outputs:
2 – Component (Gold RCA): HDTV, EDTV, and Standard TV Component
1 – Component (D5): HDTV, EDTV, Standard TV, RGB, SCART and adapter
2 – S-Video: Standard Video
1 – Composite (RCA): Standard Video
1 – M1-DA VESA: HDTV RGB, HDTV Component, Digital Visual Interface (DVI),
1 – HD15 VESA: HDTV RGB, HDTV Component and Computer
1 – 9-pin D-sub male RS-232
1 – 3.5mm mini-jack IR Repeater (Niles/Xantech compatible)
2 – 3.5mm mini-jack 1 – 12V screen drop, 1 – 12V 4:3 aspect curtains
Display:
Projection System: Texas Instruments Mustang HD2 12° LVDS DMD
Resolution: 1280×720 (16:9)
Projection Lens: F/1.9, 26.7 – 36.8mm focal length
Color Wheel: Proprietary auto-calibrating, 6-segment, 5x color wheel
Contrast Ratio: 1400:1 full on/full off
Lamp: 200-Watt UHP (3000 hours), 250-Watt UHP (2000 hours)
Lumens: 1000 ANSI (optimized for video)
1000 Pre calibrated lumens at D65 and 6500K
Colors: 16.7 million simultaneously displayable
Modes: Front/rear/ceiling mode
Focusing distance: 5’/1.5m to infinity
Keystone Correction: Digital, Up to ±20°
SMPTE Brightness: Up to 126” (3.2m) wide, 16:9 screen
Throw Ratio: 1.49:1 – 2.08:1 (distance/width)

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#7

After the Woot off I don’t have the money for this. Would be cool to have though…


#8

the past couple of days were great woot, this is a great item today


#9

cmon… us bums cant afford this… MUCH CHEAPER STUFF PLEASE

w00t first page!!!

hmmm do we really need to show the product and product discription twice???


#10

I’ll take three! :slight_smile:


#11

Best prices on Froogle is 5400 and Ebay was 3000… Great price… but I dont want one, or have the $$ get one and sell it.


#12

Nice Woot but way to expensive for “refurb” with only 90 day warranty


#13

WOW!! Only 21 dollars and 99 cents and 99hundreths of a cent…that’s about $22 dollars…better get em while the gettting is good! Woots this cheap won’l last 5 seconds! But if they don’t sell out, no doubt I’ll be getting 6 of em in a crap bag…can’t wait.


#14

Good deal - best price on Froogle for refurb is 2699, 4700 for new, and 1750 on ebay for a used one with 2100 hours on it.


#15

OG - NO $$$$$ after this weekend[color=darkred:4be5c577bb][/color][size=18:4be5c577bb][/size:4be5c577bb] :cry:


#16

wow, this is probably the most dicounted price ive seen on w woot item. lowest i saw on froogle was $4,700.00!! Its either this or college, i think i need to graduate first lol.

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#17

looks nice, but if I could afford one, I would have rung up a big Woot-Off tab like Woody1 did… and even then probably couldn’t afford this :smiley: :smiley:


#18

:frowning:


#19

If I hadn’t spent all of my money on the Woot Off… This is a great item, though.

Edit: How many of these things do you think they have? How many will sell? Come on WSJ’ers, let’s see if you can sell these out.


#20

I spent $2100 on the woot off… okay maybe not but I got 3 dinosaurs!

Okay, great price, but really now, how great is the picture. Is it orgasmic? :lol: