Suggested replacement for Optoma EP719

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by dagr, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. dagr

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    Hello,

    I have a voucher to replace my Optoma EP719 (DLP / native XGA 1024x768 / 2500:1 contrast / 2000 Lumens / 3000-4000 hours)

    Usage is a mix of professional & home cinema and I was quite pleased with the EP719.

    I was thinking of getting one of the following as a replacement:
    1. Optoma EP739 (DLP / native XGA 1024x768 / 2500:1 contrast / 2000 Lumens / 3000-5000 hours)

    2. Hitachi PJ-TX200 (Tri-LCD / native 1280x768 / 7000:1 contrast / 1200 Lumens / ? hours)


    I'm not too fussed about HDTV, but am more worried about lamp life and the fact that I now have a new laptop with 1200x800 screen resolution.

    Which one would you recommend, or are there any other good ones out there in the same price range?

    Also, is there a big difference between DLP and LCD technology?

    Many thanks
    David.
     

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