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About this product
- DescriptionThe InFocus IN72 DLP home entertainment projector offers all of the excitement of attending your first rock concert! You can’t always get what you want? With the IN72, you can always get it – in sports, gaming or television entertainment. It’s like going out on the town without having to leave home! With its stylish design, it delivers more performance than a plasma TV – at less cost. Go for it! Live large. Invite your guests to see the latest movies in your own screening room. The IN72 truly brings it all back home.
- Display TechnologyDLP
- Image Brightness900 ANSI Lumens
- Contrast Ratio2000:1
- Form FactorPortable
- Max Resolution1024 x 768 (XGA)
- Image Size (Diagonal)32.47 in. - 156.46 in.
- Image Aspect Ratio16:9
- HDTV Formats1035i,1080i,1080p,480i,480p,576i,576p,720p
- Screen Distance5 ft. - 20 ft.
- Synchronization Range Horizontal31.5-80 kHz
- Synchronization Range Vertical50-85 Hz
- Analog Video FormatNTSC,PAL,SECAM
- Color Support24-bit (16.7M colors)
- Front Panel ControlsKeypad
- Remote Control FeaturesIlluminated Remote
- ConnectorsComponent,Composite (RCA),DVI,HDMI,S-Video
- Video input4 Pin - Mini DIN (S-Video),Component Video,Composite Video,DVI,HDMI x 1
- Lamp TypeSHP
- Light Source Power200W SHP
- Light Source Life3000 Hours
- Width14.2 in.
- Depth14.2 in.
- Height4.7 in.
- Weight9.3 lb.
- FeaturesKeystone Correction
- Projection MethodCeiling,Front,Rear
- Release DateQ1, 2006
Most relevant reviews
- madwelder44bJan 14, 2012by
Durable, LOW price, great quality
I have had mine for over 5 years, 3800 hours on the lamp and it finally went out. The lamps are pricey but the projector is worth it. Mine has spent 28 months in Iraq being bounced around and moved from location to location without a problem. The HDMI input was the deciding factor for me, as the next cheapest one at the time was more than double the IN72's price. I would highly reccomend it to everyone. might get a second one myself. I do however wish it had either a built-in speaker or audio-out.
- giannondApr 05, 2011by
Good projector for Home Theater-Budget
This projector is really easy to use, and provide a decent picture without the cost. Is HDMI ready. the image is sharp and brigntess is very reasonable. I'm building my home theater and has already paid of in an increase in the apraised value of the home.
- zineselr0grsJul 15, 2010by
Cheap way to get into a big picture
The IN72 by Infocus is a great buy here on ebay. They have had numerous problems with power supplies, though. I think as the bulb ages, it puts more load on the power supply causing problems. Youtube has actual videos of the problem where the circuit board would burst into flames. Can't get parts except through used channels and repairs are extremely high. For the money, if it works, all is good. I have had four of them and two have failed with the same problem. Bottom line...if you cannot afford better, this is a good way to go. Buy the SquareTrade warranty! You just may need it.
- goxcDec 09, 2010by
This projector has been great for us! We used it on our 125" screen in our basement and outside on the side of our white house so we had a screen that was 20 feet tall! It has some features that some of the higher end projectors do not (flips the image automatically when you turn it upside down for a ceiling, capture a custom start up screen). I highly recommend if you're looking for a budget level projector!!!
- jol17119Apr 10, 2009by
This is one of the best projectors for it price. It image is great and brilliant. The inputs are the best of this days technology. Just a great projector.