Key Features: DLP projector; Full HD resolution; DarkChip 3 chipset; 6-segment colour wheel; 5-year parts, 3-year labour and 1-year lamp warranty

Manufacturer: InFocus

specs
Quick Glance
Projector Type DLP
Contrast Ratio 5000:1
Brightness 1800
Native Aspect Ratio 16:9
A/V Ports
HDMI two (v1.3)
Component 1
Composite 1
S-Video 1
Charging/Computer Connection 1
Physical Specifications
Height 104
Width 326
Depth 254
Weight 3.5
Features
Native Aspect Ratio 16:9
Projector Type DLP
Brightness 1800
Contrast Ratio 5000:1
Full HD 1080p Yes
3D Ready No
Max Diagonal Image Size 300in
Min Projection Distance 1m
Max Projection Distance 10m
Lamp Type UHP
Lamp power 230

Cookie

May 31, 2011, 3:54 pm

Right, gonna get one of these - I'll work on the room big enough later...

Keithe6e

May 31, 2011, 4:20 pm

I suppose the biggest omission here is 3D, there is even talk of my ageing Optima HD65 possibly having a firmware update for 3D, so for a modern PJ not coming with this seems odd, I assume the 85 Htz is the stumbling block for here.

xavlexav

July 11, 2011, 5:24 am

Many specialized sites say It's not a Darkchip 3 but a Darkchip 2.
Are you abolutely sure it's a DC3 on the Infocus SP8600 ?

danzig78

July 18, 2011, 9:28 pm

I would advise anyone who is interested in this projector to talk to people who have owned it for half a year. Join an AV forum if you have to. The image is great out of the box and bang for the buck BUT the quality is poor. I have has so many frustrating eperiences with this projector and am now shopping for a replacement unit. On my projector there were serveral issues. Every time I stopped a DVD the screen would freeze, then I had syncing issues through HDMI and after a few months the colour wheel sounded like a chainsaw cutting glass. I have no confidence in this brand and even though the manufacturer has an exchange policy in Europe, they have had stock outs and couldn't replace. Also, what's the point in replacing my unit with another bad unit? Don't want to go on too much, but read up on any good AV forum and you'll see that this InFocus has serious quality issues.

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