Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.">Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.">Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.">Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it."/>
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Longevity: LCD vs DLP

Hi folks,

Just posted on the home page is our Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.

For those waiting for the Optoma H76 review, we still do not have a review unit from Optoma. We hope to hear shortly on a delivery date, and once we have that we will be able to tell you when the review will be posted.

Meanwhile, we will have the $999 Epson S1 in house on Monday, so that review should be up by later next week.
Topics: Epson S1, Optoma H76

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