QUOTE(Ballz2TheWallz @ Jan 21 2006, 10:55 AM)
but oh well have fun with your dlp hope you like whiny motor bulb replacement and rainbows
Modern DLP's don't have problems with rainbows. The rainbow problem was detected mostly in projectors, and in some cases of early rear projection DLP's. Even then few people could see it. Older models use color wheels with 1 set of 3 colors. Current models use color wheels with 2 sets of three colors and spin the color wheel at twice the speed. This effectively increases the color wheel frequency by 4 compared to the early models. As a result, it would be rare for any person to actually detect a rainbow effect on a newer model.
And if you have the money to dish out for a 3 DLP unit, you will have no rainbow effect as there is no color wheel. Only a light that is separated into the 3 colors by a prism then cast onto the screen through 3 seperate DLP chips.
While the rainbow effect was at one time a real issue for some, the technology has improved and is rarely an issue. For all your ranting about new technology, I would have hoped you might have been more aware of the progression of DLP technology.