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XanderMoser
03-30-2007, 12:06 AM
I am getting more into car audio and less into home theater, so I'm trying to sell some of my "dorm theater" equipment.

I am asking $375 for the projector and all of the equipment that it came with. If it helps I'll throw in a 12' s-video cable and an s-video booster too...

However, I will possibly take trades and money...I'm looking for some amps right now:

2 channel bridgeable to 300 watts rms or more

or

mono 300 watts rms or more

Back to the projector...

I have owned this projector for just over a year, and it has less than 550 hours on the bulb. All of those hours are on low brightness. The bulb is rated for 3000 hours at low brightness, so I have used less than 20% of the bulb life.

It has one single stuck pixel. Not a big deal, most people don't notice it until I point it out.

You can find all the details on the projector here:

http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/consumer/consDetail.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=yes&infoType=Specs&oid=53540923&category%3Cimg%20alt=%22=P%22%20%20src=%22./images/emoticons/tongue.gif%22%20/%3Eroducts

Here are the projector's "brief" specs:

Projection System

* Epson 3LCD technology

LCD

* Driving method: Epson High Temperature Poly-Silicon TFT, Pixel number: 480,000 dots x 3 (800 x 600), Native resolution: SVGA, Aspect ratio: 4:3 (supports 16:9), Pixel arrangement: Stripe

Lamp

* Type: 135W UHE, Life* 2000H (High Brightness), 3000H (Low Brightness)

Screen Size: (Projected Distance)

* 30" to 300" (2.9' to 34.4')

Brightness: (typical)

* 1600 ANSI lumens (High Brightness), 1400 ANSI lumens (Low Brightness)

Contrast Ratio

* 500:1

Weight

* 5.6lb

Fan Noise

* 36db (High Brightness), 28db (Low Brightness)

Effective Scanning Frequency Range

* Pixel Clock: 13.5MHz to 162MHz, Horizontal 15KHz to 92KHz, Vertical 50Hz to 85Hz

Remote Control Features

* Features: Zoom, source selection, power, page up/page down, color mode, volume, e-zoom, a/v mute, freeze, resize, menu, help, auto, mouse functions; Operating Angle: Right/Left +/- 30 degrees, Upper/Lower +/- 15 degrees; Operating Distance: 19.7 ft (6m)

RGB

* Analog RBG I/O
o Display Performance: Native: 800 x 600, Resize: 1280 x 1024, 1024 x 768, 640 x 480
o Input Terminal: Video: Mini D-sub 15 pin x 1, Audio: Stereo RCA x 2 (White/REd)
* Output terminal: Video: mini-D-sub (monitor out) x 1

Video I/O

* Display Performance: NTSC: 550 lines, PAL: 550 lines (Depends on observation of the multi burst pattern) Input signal: NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, M-PAL, N-PAL, PAL60, SECAM, HDTV: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, Input terminal Video: Composite Video: RCA (Yellow) x 1; S-Video: Mini DIN; Component Video: Mini D-sub 15pin (in common with Analog RGB connector); Video-RGB: Mini D-sub 15pin (in common with Analog RGB connector) Audio: RCA(Red/White) x 2 (in common with Analog RGB connector); Audio signal: 500m Vrms/47Kohm

Control I/O

* USB 1.1 connector Type B x 1 (for mouse/keyboard control)


If you want to know anything else, let me know. I can take any pictures you want.

XanderMoser
03-30-2007, 12:08 AM
Pictures...

Includes projector, soft carry case, cd and all manuals, remote, VGA cord, and power cord.

http://www.boltsoftwaregames.com/HPIM0361.JPG

http://www.boltsoftwaregames.com/HPIM0365.JPG

XanderMoser
03-31-2007, 02:50 AM
I'm sort of new to this selling on forum thing. So I didn't think of doing this but noticed that other people do. So here's another pic with my name, date, product just to prove that I actually have this. I really want to sell it to help out with fixing my crappy car audio. You'd probably cry if I said what I have in there right now...

Anyway, here it is.

http://www.boltsoftwaregames.com/HPIM0366.JPG