InFocus LP350 User Reviews
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The LP350 that I have is a remanufactured projector. The image is great except for the fact the you have to use the dvi input to get true high definition (component would have been nice.) I use the s-video input for all my movies and most cable channels but use the dvi for my hd cable. I recommend this projector if you can get a good one but see below.
Any Problems: The bulb blew 2 months after recieving it - infocus replaced it under warranty. The bulb blew 4 months later - replaced under warranty. The bulb blew 5 months after that - infocus took the projector back and replaced the bulb and the power supply. 7 months later bulb blew again tonight - who knows what will happen now. If they don't fix it i can't afford to spend $350 every 6 months so hopefully they'll replace it. So far infocus' customer service has been great. Blowing bulbs all the time is not so great.
Great picture, excellent contrast, unbeatable price for features/performance.This has to be the best in class for XGA LCD projectors. At 1300 lumens it can be used in brightly lit classrooms or at home in your theater
Any Problems: none
Overall fantastic projector. I am not a video expert, I just wanted to do a simple home theatre to watch DVDs! Easy to see - day or night. Great picture...right now I'm just throwing the video up against sheetrock, and it still looks good! Very portable. Took it to Lake Tahoe and ran a DVD from my laptop against a wall in the cabin, looked great! Presentations from a PC look good too.
Any Problems: 2 Blown bulbs in 3 years. The first one Infocus support (which has really been quite good) shipped me a new unit. This time a had to buy a new bulb ($300+ ) I don't watch it alot. I'm guessing I was around 500 hrs with both bulbs before they blew. But assuming my new bulb gets in to 2000 hr ballpark, I won't be to upset. Get one!
Excellent picture quality from a DVD source
Excellent picture with occasional artifacts on moving objects. Reds sometimes slightly pink in color. No pixals visible at >5 ft