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Infocus Screenplay 7200

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the usability and noise. The image quality and design are also mentioned favorably, but many are less positive about the price.

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InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 DLP Projector

 

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The InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 is a high performance projector capable of producing a stunning high definition picture. If you have this projector you will want as much HD material as you can get your hands on. The light output and contrast ratio of the...

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InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 DLP Projector

 

18.1 foot-lamberts. This light output would be impressive for any front projector. What makes it amazing is that I measured 18.1 ft-L on a 7.5-foot-wide (100-inch-diagonal) Grayhawk screen with a 0.9 gain. If you were to use this projector on a...

Like a jet's turbine, it takes a few seconds for the 7200 to really get going, but it's worth the wait. I have to say that there's something wildly addictive about watching a 100-inch-diagonal screen that's almost as bright as my last 27-inch TV. At...

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InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 DLP projector

 

The new InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 changes all that. It lowers the price of an HD2 projector below $10,000. Does it deliver the same level of high-definition quality as more expensive HD2 models? That's the $2000 question.

Highly Rated!

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InFocus Screenplay 7200 and Toshiba TDP-MT8U Review

 

In the $10,000 and up price range, the home theater market has recently seen a variety of new projectors featuring the Texas Instruments Mustang/HD2 DLP chip, which delivers high resolution widescreen 1280x720 performance at high contrast ratios. New...

The InFocus Screenplay 7200 and Toshiba TDP-MT8U are capable of producing extraordinary video imagery from both DVD and HDTV. Color, contrast, image definition, and lumen output combine to produce a truly beautiful result. The magnificent...

Product Specifications

With the InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 high-definition home-theater projector from InFocus, you not only feel like you're in the theater - you feel like you're part of the movie. You'll enjoy breathtaking image quality. Unrivaled connectivity. Simplified installation. With no compromise in the size or image. High-definition broadcasts make watching TV a pure joy, gaming with friends more fun than ever, and viewing a movie a dramatic, cinematic experience. You may even ask the theater for your money back.

Audio Output

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Dimensions & Weight

Depth:12.8in
Height:4.3in
Weight:9.5lbs
Width:13.8in

Display (Projector)

Class:Digital projector
Color Support:24-bit (16.7 million colors)
Color Support:24-bit (16.7 million colors)
HD Image Format:720p
High Definition:High Definition
Image Brightness:1000ANSI lumens
Image Contrast Ratio:1400:1
Max Resolution:1280 x 720
Min Screen Distance:5ft
Native Aspect Ratio:Widescreen
Portability:Non-portable
Recommended Use of Projector:Cinema
Type:DLP projector

Header

Compatibility:Mac / PC
Manufacturer:InFocus
Model:7200
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:InFocus ScreenPlay

Projector Lamp

Lamp Life Cycle:2000hour(s)
Lamp Type:UHP

Service & Support

Type:2 years warranty

Video Input

Analog Video Format:M-NTSC / NTSC / NTSC 4.43 / PAL / PAL-B/G / PAL-H / PAL-I / PAL-M / PAL-N / SECAM / SECAM-M
Analog Video Signal:Component video / Composite video / RGB / S-Video
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