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What is the difference between DLP and LCD Projector? Is it possible to provide bluetooth capability to LCD Projector?
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yes
bluetooth functionality can be provided to any device provided they support some profiles like OBEX,RFcomm,TCS etc
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You are asking two unrelated questions:

1. The diference between the two projectors are in the way they transfer Digital Video information to be displayed. No relevance to Bluetooth. One is creating the image on Semitransperant "lense" (the LCD) through which light is emitted, the other use reflectors and prisms to create the image.

2. With regard to Bluetooth, if you are asking about an existing LCD you bought then two things are required: First socket for a Bluetooth card (such as PCMCIA or USB), second a SW driver that will support the data (video or commands) transfered via the Bluetooth link to your LCD.

Hope this helps. I assume 50 points for each question?:)

Moti
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by:prasad_eee
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I'am very satisfied with your first answer.Coming to second answer,I have some query in my mind.
Bluetooth can transfer data at a speed of 1MB/Sec only. I have read in one document that atleast 10 MB/Sec speed of data transfer is needed for realtime display using LCD/DLP Projector. If then how it is pssible to transfer data using Bluetooth.
To my Understanding three different signals(R,G,B) are transmitted from PC to Projector at a same time for display.Is it that we need 3 bluetooth card in my PC & Projector? Can u explain me in detail.

Thanx in Advance.
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by:prasad_eee
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I'am very satisfied with your first answer.Coming to second answer,I have some query in my mind.
Bluetooth can transfer data at a speed of 1MB/Sec only. I have read in one document that atleast 10 MB/Sec speed of data transfer is needed for realtime display using LCD/DLP Projector. If then how it is pssible to transfer data using Bluetooth.
To my Understanding three different signals(R,G,B) are transmitted from PC to Projector at a same time for display.Is it that we need 3 bluetooth card in my PC & Projector? Can u explain me in detail.

Thanx in Advance.
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by:prasad_eee
ID: 7158622
I'am very satisfied with your first answer.Coming to second answer,I have some query in my mind.
Bluetooth can transfer data at a speed of 1MB/Sec only. I have read in one document that atleast 10 MB/Sec speed of data transfer is needed for realtime display using LCD/DLP Projector. If then how it is pssible to transfer data using Bluetooth.
To my Understanding three different signals(R,G,B) are transmitted from PC to Projector at a same time for display.Is it that we need 3 bluetooth card in my PC & Projector? Can u explain me in detail.

Thanx in Advance.
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