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1400 x 1050 DLP chip

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Muf, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. Muf

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    1400 x1050 is not the highest resolution chipset available to the projection market....even although that article says so. It might be the highest resolution DLP chipset of course....

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    Since this is not the *magic* resolution yet (1920x1080), is this likely to be priced at the same level as the current 1280x720, thereby reducing the price of the current 720 projectors?
     
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    It just occurred to me this must be a 4:3 chip assuming square pixels so there will probably be a 16:9 derivative following which would give the full resolution.

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