Philips ProScreen 4600


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Brand and Model:Philips ProScreen 4600
Price ($USD):6495
Type:Front Projection (LCD)
Diagonal Size:up to 519 "
Comb Filter:None
HDTV Support:None
Scanning:
un-checked Progressive
checked Built-In Line Doubler
un-checked Supports External Line Doubler
Other Features:
un-checked Widescreenun-checked Dual Tuner
Inputs:
Composite:2S-Video:2
Component:0RGB:2
Weight (lbs):17.5 lbs.
Dimensions (w/h/d):13 x 6.5 x 13 in. (width/height/
Description:True SVGA 800x600 Resolution; 3x 1.3 " HT Polysilicon Active Matrix; LIMESCO intelligent resizing up to 1280x1024; UHP lamp 4000 hours ( "Impact " 650 ANSI lumen version) or 8000 hours ( "Endurance " 500 ANSI lumen version); Contrast 150:1 ; 6 Watt audio built-in; IR Remote doubles as Mouse for PC with included cable, NO cool-down time (cool!); MAC compatible

more info: http://www.philipslcd.com/4600.htm

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Philips ProScreen 4600
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Overall Rating: 1
Picture Quality:2 Ease of Use:1 Value:3
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.118.203)
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Philips ProScreen 4600
In use with a Cygnus Imaging optical quadrupler (www.cgns.com) The unit has a nice smooth picture with no noticable pixelization at 72" 4:3 from 12 feet for viewing. Fan noise is typical (louder than it should be, about 65db from 24"). Lamp life is terrific at 8000+ hours rated. Setup with the Video Essentials DVD was straightforward and the unit has a decent pluge capability with good greys and contrast. With a street price of around $3600 and the Cygnus lens at $695 you have for $4300 a setup that will compete up to about $10,000 for an entry level 7"CRT system (Seleco or Sony). Good start for entry level high end projection home theater.

Overall Rating: 8
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.235.194)
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Philips ProScreen 4600
Units have a slight hue shift from left to right, evidentally as a result of the 3-panel design and improper light path design. It's not "extremely" distracting, but... shouldn't be there in a nearly $7,000 product.

650 Lumens doesn't seem to be 4 times brighter than my previous Sharp-Vision XG-E650UB that was (supposedly) rated at 160 ANSI lumens. Much brighter... yes, for sure, but 4 times? dunno.

Other than that, works great. Use with Panasonic DVD player, great home movies!

rtchinn@cysource.com

Overall Rating: 7
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.54.70)
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