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Dell themselves have the 1201 model at £485 so this is not the latest model but is a lot cheaper!

the warranty is just 30 days

Dell 1200MP Projector - New Customer return -Tested, fully working, most have never been used - New condition with carry case, original box & cables
Bright 2,000 ANSI Lumens (Max)
Superior high contrast ratio of 2100:1 (Full on/Full off)
Native SVGA (800 x 600) resolution, with autosync up to SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) resolution
Integrated zoom lens, Advanced Vertical Keystone correction
DLP® single-chip from Texas Instruments
Eco-mode option for quieter operation and to extend the bulb-life up to 3000 hours
Supports full range of television and video standards, including NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL (B/D/G/H/I/M/N), SECAM (B/D/G/K/K1/L) and HDTV (480i/P; 576i/P, 720P; 1080i) . Composite video, Component video and S-video capable.
Weighs only 2,2kg (4.94 lbs) and measures 9.9 x 8.4 x 3.96 (251 x 213 x 101mm)
Includes all relevant cables and an IR full-featured remote control with PowerPoint Page Up and Down controls and Blank screen button.
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http://www.mcscom.co.uk/shopimages/products/normal/2d90_1.jpg
#2
how expensive is it to replace the bulb and how long do they last??
#3
3000 hours and about £200

Awesome price, supporting HD is just sweet!
#4
I notice that the picture taken on this web has the Ebay picture logo on the bottom right, Hmmmmmmmmm ????
#5
what do u need for this to display tv? Just hook it upto the sky or freeview?
Also, what guarantee comes with this?
#6
ds2000
3000 hours and about £200

Awesome price, supporting HD is just sweet!

so, buying this machine will cost 9-10p per hour it is used until it will need further investment to continue using it... would rather get a lcd tv!
#7
ds2000
Awesome price, supporting HD is just sweet!

But the resolution is only 800 by 600 so don’t expect the picture quality to be noticeably better than DVD
#8
oohah
so, buying this machine will cost 9-10p per hour it is used until it will need further investment to continue using it... would rather get a lcd tv!


Chalk & Cheese!

If cost is the only consideration then you are correct but having this mounted on the ceiling with a remote operated drop down screen is, for a lot of people, more ideal than a box in the corner of the room or a screen on the wall.

My BIL has his coming down in front of his window with automatic 'black-out' blinds.
#9
Big screen TVs are fantastic, in that you can use them any time of the day, but for the real big-screen feel only a projector will suffice.

However, if you're going to buy a PJ, make sure you check up on the size of your room and throw distance etc, since for some people a PJ just won't suit. You can't just plonk it down anywhere and expect great results.

I've had a PJ for over a year now and it's just great. The only problem I have is that you can't watch it with curtains open during summer. If you could I'd have it on all the time, and damn the cost!

Playing Gears of War on a 7ft screen is just amazing and no television will come close to this for the money!

For entry level PJs, I can recommend the following:

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/127295/rb/0

£235 including delivery, or this one for £236 including delivery:

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/81104

The Toshiba is getting a little dated now in terms of resolution and brightness, but it still looks good and has good colour reproduction etc. I had one a while back and it was great.

The Dell one above is very well specified with great brightness etc. And for the price, it's pretty decent.

Voted hot.
#10
I have one of these from last time mcs had them in stock, great purchase.. though I must admit I do have a 40" lcd tv as well.. so the projector is more for occasional use.

For those that do buy I would recommend hitting up e**y for the bulbs, I managed to get a replacement for when when I eventually need one for only £50 brand new!

If you can get a decent white background screen too you can run the projector happily in 'economy mode' which does make the bulb and runtime a lot longer than standard.
#11
Is this company good to buy from?
[mod]#12
Be a little careful with this deal, ok the lamps worth around £200 on its own but the company have just confirmed with me that [COLOR=Red]the warranty is just 30 days[/COLOR]
#13
wouldn't we be better off going for the above ebuyer ones then? especially considering they are £50 cheaper.
#14
make one yourself :-D

https://secure.lumenlab.com/shop/index.php?ref=&

Lamps are $49
#15
Is this PJ 16.9
#16
paolo
make one yourself :-D

https://secure.lumenlab.com/shop/index.php?ref=&

Lamps are $49


I'd like to but I can't spare the time 'cos I'm building meself a private phone network out of parts I source from Tescos. I've got plenty of tin cans but I'm having problems finding enough string
#17
I'll swap you some string for some cans...
#18
circuit
wouldn't we be better off going for the above ebuyer ones then? especially considering they are £50 cheaper.


not necessarily. it depends how bright you want it. the dell has 2000 lumens compared to the hitachi's 1500. makes a big difference in the classroom, not sure about the home.

30 days warranty isn't so bad. if there was something wrong with it you'd imagine it would show quite soon. not sure how much the cheapest 200 lumens projector is to gauge whether the risk is worth it.
#19
i will go for the ebuyer one as i am getting full 1 yr warranty and cheaper. lum is 1500 which is ok. surely wont go for 750 lum. 2000lum is great but again 1 month warranty put me in doubt
#20
none left this has now expired
#21
Brighter isn't neccessarily better. If it's for home cinema use then contrast is more important than brightness because you get a more dynamic image. High brightness/low contrast will just look washed-out. Depends on what you want to use the projector for.

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