Question about InFocus Proxima UltraLight LX1 Multimedia Projector
Colors are good, light is bright, but the unwanted images must go
If it's very tiny, you are looking at the individual lcs elements (it's a sign you have the unit in focus). It's the lowest level of resolution in the projector and if you are projecting an image from your PC, that's the pixels you will see projected.
This is not a "problem", it's the nature of the system - just as there is a pixel limit on your lcd panel or monitor.
Try projecting a picture and then go up to the screen and you will see what I mean.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
If it looks like a VERY tiny grid then that's an effect called "screen door." It tends to mainly plague LCD-type projectors and is a bit evident with DLP-type projectors. Unfortunately there is no fix for this issue.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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