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4/1/2009 8:57 AM
 

T&L is working on its May presentation issue and the age-old question, "LCD or DLP?" has come up. We'd like to hear what you've found works better in your schools. Thanks for sharing your opinion on the forum. --- Christine Weiser, Managing Editor

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4/1/2009 10:41 AM
 
I was always a fan of lcd's as the colors were said to be brighter. With the advent of the newer DLP's I've changed my mind. The biggest problem with the LCd's are the screen door effect, where you can see little squares on the screen. It also seems the lower priced Lcd's are not near the quality of the cheaper DLP's.
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4/2/2009 3:14 PM
 
Last fall we revisited LCD or DLP and after 20 years of maintaining a 100% LCD inventory we made the switch to DLP and haven't looked back. DLP doesn't suffer from degradation of the LCD block, which to repair costs almost as much as a new projector. DLP technology has moved along so that the earlier color wheel effect, contrast, and color saturation characteristics no longer make it come up with the short straw.
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4/3/2009 5:41 AM
 
For projecting artwork the LCD still has better color. I would use an LCD in web, digital design, or art class.
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4/8/2009 12:22 PM
 
Anonymous wrote:
I was always a fan of lcd's as the colors were said to be brighter. With the advent of the newer DLP's I've changed my mind. The biggest problem with the LCd's are the screen door effect, where you can see little squares on the screen. It also seems the lower priced Lcd's are not near the quality of the cheaper DLP's.

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