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Tom 05-06-2005 10:06 PM

FS: InFocus LCD Projector - Home Theatre or PC on a 100" screen!
 
Infocus LCD Projector.

Have S-Video, RCA, Macintosh and PC connections, even has mouse and keyboard imputs for its menus. Impressive little machine.

Can make a crystal clear 100+ Inch Screen on any white wall.

Super Bright, viewable with lights on.

The BULB, lasts 2000 hours, and the current bulb is fresh, having a lifemeter of only 232 hours at the moment.

I used it for gaming, movies and anything else i Cand think of on a big screen.

Specs:
http://www.projectorcentral.com/InFocus-LP725.htm






4 Years ago, these retailed for $8,500 usd.

I am asking $650 CAD. :-o

corey@12mile 05-09-2005 02:06 PM

What's the resolution on it? Will it do 1024x768?

cd.

Tom 05-09-2005 04:00 PM

Yep, 800x600 native, 1024x768 max.

mdavis71 05-17-2005 11:12 AM

how many hours is on the bulb?

corey@12mile 05-17-2005 09:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mdavis71
how many hours is on the bulb?

Well that is a pretty dumb question I must say...

cd.

mdavis71 05-17-2005 10:14 PM

y you say that? the bulbs cost about 5 or 6 hundred..

Tom 05-17-2005 10:57 PM

Mainly because its stated above.
The BULB, lasts 2000 hours, and the current bulb is fresh, having a lifemeter of only 232 hours at the moment.

Mark Rejhon 05-18-2005 09:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by corey@12mile
Well that is a pretty dumb question I must say...

It's not a dumb question. The Xenon-arc bulb in my JVC G1000 cost $350, although it was included partially used. It's a miniature version of the same bulb used in 35mm multiplex cinema projectors.

My older projector: www.marky.com/hometheater

Although modern projectors sometimes use cheaper bulbs that cost less than $100, but they still cost a lot, such as "$85.00 plus tax". But many brands have bulbs that cost a couple hundred dollars even today.

Now, if you were commenting the "dumb question" because Tom already posted....

JJHof525 05-23-2005 11:22 AM

Are you still selling this?? If so shoot me an email at [email address]


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