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4/8/2009 12:23 PM
 
My first question is do DLP HDTV's get dead LED's?  Similar to dead pixels on an LCD.  Can a dead LED be replaced or are they too small to do easily and cheaply?

And my question for DLP projectors is what steps do you have to take to make sure you get the color your supposed to out of your projector (will it look different projected on a pink as opposed to white painted wall, do you need to get a screen to keep color consistant?  Does ambient light change throughout the day affect the color you're seeing?  Light from skylights, windows, flourescent lights, incandescent, etc?)

Cliff,
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4/8/2009 12:26 PM
 

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4/22/2009 7:28 AM
 

Thanks for your good questions, Cliff. I'll send this along to some manufacturers to see if we can get some answers.

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8/25/2010 2:00 PM
 
Thats hard to say. I really love this website and I cant wait to take some of your reccomendations and put them in my teaching. I really love this website and hopefully you will continue to write more great articles.

Thanks Mary Rakes
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8/26/2010 1:12 PM
 
This was a very informative post. I really do like to use technology in the classroom. I find your post very interesting and helpful to make me a better teacher. I really do appreciate everything.

Thanks Taylor Smitts
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