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Thread: Casio XJ for movies and does the 2500 lumens and 2000 lumens projector use some diode

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    Default Casio XJ for movies and does the 2500 lumens and 2000 lumens projector use some diode

    2 questions

    (1) Has anyone checked out how this projector does for 1080p for showing movies?

    (2) Are the same diodes used in the 2500 lumens and the 2000 lumens projector?

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    I would like to know as well, since I am interested in purchasing one for setting up a long life TV that is a projector.

    Are they bright enough for general TV viewing and watching the occasional Blu-Ray?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljk View Post
    2 questions

    (1) Has anyone checked out how this projector does for 1080p for showing movies?

    (2) Are the same diodes used in the 2500 lumens and the 2000 lumens projector?
    well 1080P is 1920x1080...

    the XJ-A1xx series is 1024x768... and the XJ-A2xx series is 1280x800... soooo.... probably not so great for 1080... the A2 series can almost do 720p (1366x720)

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    Everything about it is great; apart from:
    - Noisy on high brightness settings
    - Runs VERY hot
    - There is no such word as "can't" -
    - 60% of the time it works every time -

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