InFocus PlayBig SP7210 HD Ready DLP Front Projector

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The power and exhilaration of a stunning home theater is something a videophile, with a passion for truly spectacular entertainment, simply will not compromise. You have done your homework on the latest technology and the best brands, which has led you to the #1 brand in home theater projectors, InFocus ScreenPlay. For an astounding home theater experience, one that promises goose bumps and the thrill of being part of the action, the InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 is the perfect choice. As the latest and most innovative star in InFocus` award-winning ScreenPlay 7200 lineage, the ScreenPlay 7210 delivers amazing technology advances and award-winning components, available only from InFocus.

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It is a powerhouse package guaranteed to electrify your home theater with flawless projection and phenomenal visual impact. The InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 is powered by the new 720p+ DC3 (DarkChip3) DLP(TM) chip. This is the latest, most advanced high-definition technology from Texas Instruments. TI`s DC3 enables the InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 to achieve the most impressive contrast ratio and the most lifelike colors possible, sure to satisfy the most perceptive viewer. The DC3 has achieved the highest levels of quality assurance based on Texas Instruments own stringent verification standards, so you know the image will be consistently rich and true. The InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 sets the standard when it comes to smooth, stunning, film-like projection from virtually any video source. Using the FLI2310(TM) DCDi, the latest generation of the Academy(R)-Award-winning Faroudja DCDI(TM) deinterlacer, the InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 banishes video image stuttering, scan lines, flicker and image artifacts. Another advancement in the video performance is an InFocus-developed 48Hz film mode, which can detect DVD movies originally shot at 48 frames per second and will display them in their original speed, so there is no need for frame rate conversion.