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  1. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    It was yes. The box length was too big for standard airfreight containers so it needed special handling
  2. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    I bought mine second hand from the US about 10 years ago.
  3. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    No pics since the upgrade yet. I have a 110" 16:9 Stewart studiotek screen. seating is 3.8m from the screen.
  4. FS: Metz Artos 82cm CRT TV (Perth)

    I have my Panasonic direct view crt to dump for hard rubbish collection this weekend. Such a nice tv, anamorphic mode, vga inputs. Made in Japan. A real shame
  5. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    hi gang. Just to update this story. One forum member contacted me regarding his X7000, and while over my initial budget, I managed to scrape it in. Have been well happy so far. Other than complete fade to black scenes, the projector is superior in every way to the CRT it replaced. So easy to setup too. The problem now is of course to take advantage of it, I'm probably going to have to upgrade much or the rest of the system, for 4k, and Atmos and DTS:X So now I'm scouting for new AV receivers, and come ceiling / wall speakers. I might put up another post about that search....
  6. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    Thanks, it's a little older than I'd hoped, but lll keep it in mind
  7. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    I'm in Melbourne and would be interested
  8. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    Yeah, I think the brightness will be the hardest thing to get used to. I might keep the studiotek screen and see if I can audition others in home (if anyone offers that)
  9. $3-4K to spend, 2nd hand jvc options

    Thanks i do want to buy the best I can reasonably afford. i appreciate the insight. im wary of a screen upgrade too, worried that other screens will struggle to match the Stewart.
  10. My trusty CRT projector has finally failed after a decade of faithful use. whilst I know what's wrong with it, parts are scarce and probably not worth the effort i have a fully light controlled room, with a 100" stewart st130 screen Ive got probably $3-4K to spend. Closer to $3k ideally. Which model should I look towards to provide the best mix of performance/features. Remember I'm a contrast junkie so I want to keep the light floor low, hence the jvc preference
  11. sorry about that. have cleared my PM box if you would be kind enough to try again. pasey
  12. interested in this as well. keen for the PM thanks!
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