Question about InFocus X1A DLP Slide Projector
Correct. If the menu is clear and sharp, the projector is focused. On the sharpness control, too much can degrade the image.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
Well, that's a general statement. If you are looking to have the image look like a HDTV then you have the wrong impression of the projector's capabilities. At 800x600 resolution you will get a "good" but not great image especially if compared to a tube tv or plasma/lcd. If the graphics are sharp when you press the menu key then you probably do not have an issue. If, however, even the graphics are blurry, then you have to manually adjust the Grey outer focus ring on the lens. The inner ring will adjust the zoom. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
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