Dell 1800MP projector (2,100 ANSI, 2000:1 contrast) - £503.25 - HotUKDeals
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The 1800MP projector from Dell is £503.25 delivered using the coupn code below. It is currently on special offer on the Dell wite with 25% off, but this code knocks another £35 off the price.

MikeT - correct me please, if this is a terrible deal!

Promo code: DX4FKZZWP7$3TV

Details: Projector with high resolution to get a very vivid/sharp picture on the Home cinema screen.
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[*]Bright 2,100 ANSI Lumens (Max)1
[*]Superior high contrast ratio of 2000:1 (Full on/Full off)
[*]Native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution (has about 63%2 more pixels as compared to SVGA, giving you more vivid picture and allowing text and figures to be shown with absolute clarity. With auto synchronization to UXGA (1600 x 1200) resolution
[*]Integrated zoom lens, Advanced Vertical Keystone correction
[*]DLP® Single-chip DDR from Texas Instruments and DDP2000 Chipset
[*]Eco-mode option for quieter operation and to extend the bulb-life up to 3000 hours
[*]Dual VGA ports allowing to switch from 1 presenter to another conveniently for real-time collaboration and information sharing
[*]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 2.1kg (4.6lbs) and measures 244mm x 211mm x 115 ±1mm in size
[*]Includes a soft carrying case a IR full-featured remote control with PowerPoint Page Up and Down controls, a power chord and a VGA cable.
[*]Password protection and test pattern available in menu
[*]Up to 5-years Next Business Day Whole Unit Exchange3 (90 days on bulb) and Optional CompleteCare4 Coverage[/LIST]What is DLP® Technology?
DLP® technology is based on a unique semiconductor known as the Digital Micromirror Device, or DMD. The DMD is a fast, reflective digital light switch. It can be combined with image processing, memory, a light source and optics to form a DLP[SIZE=2]TM[/SIZE] system capable of projecting large, bright, seamless, high-contrast colour images with unmatched colour fidelity and consistency. The Dell 1800MP incorporates the latest generation of DLP[SIZE=2]TM[/SIZE] technology which features a 12 degree mirror tilt for higher brightness, a new manufacturing process to deliver superior contrast and DDR for even better video reproduction.
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I'm looking at buying a projector at the moment and was swaying towards the Epson EMP-TW20 1200 Ansi 1000:1 WVGA Home Cinema Widesceen Projector 1 Year Warranty Free 70" Screen!!! from ebuyer for £507.

Does anyone know which projector system would be better for home cinema? And also where's a good place to look for replacement bulbs?

Thanks.
#3
I want to watch movies on it and play wii on it so thanks for the recommendation.

Can't find one much cheaper. There are some around for about £480 but without the screen and I would prefer to get the screen.
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Hi.

You need to go to [url]www.avforums.com[/url]

There is a dedicated projector section. I have a Sanyo Z3 (HD) which cost me £700 from Germany 18months ago. You can pick up an HD PJ for about £500 now. Screens are not hard to come by.
You can even buy yourself a roller blackout blind (for a bedroom) which doubles up as an excellent screen. I made my own 119” screen using a wooden frame and blackout lining (£5 a metre at John Lewis).

The dell is designed more for business, and data. It is not really for Home Cinema.
If you want to get the most out of your money, go to avforums and ask there J

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