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  1. Item: EPSON EH-TW9200 100" Aluminium screen Ceiling bracket UGLY hdmi cable 3D glasses Location: Drouin Victoria Price: price drop $1200 Item Condition: excellent near new, non smoking home 294hours Reason for selling: Not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Had this for 3 years, bought from Selby hifi. Selling due to moved house and have no need for it. Has had main board replaced due to electrical surge. Was replaced under warranty. cash on pick up. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Item: Epson EH-TW9000W projector with spare genuine lamp and 6 x 3D glasses Location: Geelong, Vic Price: $1000 ono Item Condition: Excellent used condition Reason for selling: Upgraded Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Great 1080p and 3D projector which includes THX certification. Has 1760 hours on lamp and has always been ceiling mounted. Used in Eco mode in dedicated theatre room . Non smoker house. Comes with original box, wireless transmitter, remote, 2 x epson 3D glasses and 4 x panasonic 3D glasses. Also included is a brand new sealed genuine Epson replacement lamp. Can be shipped at buyer's expense or pick up from Geelong, Vic Photos:
  3. Item: EPSON TW9200 FHD Projector with 3 pairs of rechargeable 3D glasses Location: Kew, Vic Price: $900 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR, Moving House Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: 2196 Lamp Hours. Happy to demo for local buyers. Have box, contents and can ship Aust wide at buyers expense.
  4. Item: Epson EHTW9300 Home Theatre Projector Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove Price: $1200 Item Condition: Excellent Secondhand Condition Hours on Current Lamp: 776 Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer, Credit Cards Shipping: we can ship this anywhere in Australia, POA and depends on location and size of item Extra Info: What a great projector this is, still a current model, only 11 months old and 776 hours on the current lamp. Comes with remote control and a host of features such as:Stunning 4K Enhancement – Discover a whole new way to watch movies — the way filmmakers intended. Epson's 4K Enhancement Technology delivers an astonishing picture quality and even allows you to upscale 1080P content. Projection Distance example: 100" screen 3.0 - 6.3 m - Striking Contrast Ratio – Experience incredible black levels with an amazing 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio to experience incredible Lens Memory – Allowing you to preset up to 10 positions for zoom, focus and lens shift for both standard projection and wide cinema ratios ISF Certification – Ensuring accurate and exceptional picture quality Amazing Colour Brightness – 2,500 Lumens colour brightness and 2,500 Lumens white brightness A True Cinematic Experience – Innovations, including Epson's unique Super-resolution with Detail Enhancement Technology, exceptional frame interpolation capabilities, as well as powerful Bright 3D Drive projection let you experience a new standard in home entertainment. Powered Lens Shift – Lens shift technology enables outstanding installation flexibility with an incredible range of up to ±96% on the vertical axis and up to ±47% on the horizontal axis Efficient Cooling System – With noise levels as low as 20 dB, these are among the quietest projectors in the industry 2D-to-3D Conversion – Easily transform 2D images to spectacular 3D for unlimited 3D content Pictures:
  5. Item: Epson EH-TW5600 Projector Location: Sydney - Will Post Price: $850 including delivery Item Condition: As New Returned Item Reason for selling: Customer returned item as his unbranded amplifier wouldn't connect to the projector via Bluetooth Payment Method: Pickup - Paypal, Credit Card, Bank Transfer Extra Info: Projector is in as-new condition and would suit a buyer looking for a new one. Pictures:
  6. Item: Epson 9100W Projector (white unit with wireless transmitter) Location: Woodvale, Perth Price: $1000 Item Condition: Very Good, Roof mounted from new in smoke free home. No visible scratches Reason for selling: upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: inc 4pairs of 3D glasses & wireless box (comes standard with this unit, and means you dont need to have a hdmi cable running to the projector) 1043H on original bulb, new bulbs are only $120 but not needed for a while. Was purchased new in the DTV group buy years ago and came with 4 pairs of 3D glasses that have been used 4 or 5 times. Comes with all original accessories, manuals, remote etc. Doesn't have the original box though. Specs Lens Shift - Vertical: -96.3% to +96.3% (H Center, Manual) Horizontal: -47.1% to +47.1% (V Center, Manual) Zoom - 1-2.1 Keystone - Vertical: -30 to +30 degrees Light output - 2400 lumens Happy to demo (Note picture of projector hours was done when no longer roof mounted and about 1m from standard wall, so image isn’t property focused/sized) Pictures:
  7. Item: Epson EH-TW3000 Location: Sydney Price: $700 Item Condition: Excellent 9/10 Reason for selling: Too many projectors Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Awesome 1080p LCD Projector. Great Lens Shift and Zoom features. Seems to be able to create very large pictures and from various angles. When not having a dedicated room and requiring a lot of lens shift and zooming features then i think nothing seems to beat the LCD projectors. Specs: Brightness (Lumens) : 1800 ANSI Color Light Output (Lumens) : 1800 ANSI Eco-Mode (Lumens): 481 ANSI Color Light Output (eco) : 481 ANSI Contrast (Full On/Off) : 18000:1 Variable Iris: Yes High Brightness: ANSI Lumens: ** Contrast Ratio: ** High Contrast: ANSI Lumens: ** Contrast Ratio: 18000:1 Audible Noise: 28.0 dB Eco-Mode: 22.0 dB Weight: 7.3 kg Size (cm) (HxWxD) : 14 x 45 x 36 Std. Lens: Focus: ** Zoom: Yes Throw Dist (m) : 1.9 - 6.0 Image Size (cm) : 76 - 508 Optional Lenses: No Digital Zoom: ** Digital Keystone: ** Lens Shift: Horz & Vert Warranty: 3 Years Performance: H-Sync Range: ** V-Sync Range: ** Compatibility: HDTV: 720p, 1080i, 1080p/60 EDTV/480p: Yes SDTV/480i: Yes Component Video: Yes Video: Yes Digital Input: HDMI Computers: Yes Display: Type: 2 cm 3 LCD Native: 1920x1080 Pixels Maximum: 1920x1080 Pixels Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (HD) Light Source: Type: 200W E-TORL Life: 4000 hours Quantity: 1 Speakers: No Max Power: 282W Voltage: 100V - 240V FCC Class: B Reviews: http://www.whathifi....epson-eh-tw3000 http://www.projector...iewehtw3000.htm http://www.goodgearg...h-tw3000/296465 Pictures:
  8. As the group buy is in full swing (just picked up mine) an owners thread is in order Please put all thoughts, concerns, problems, setup info, comparisons and anything else you can think of relating to this years x100 range projectors. First up, I bought the wireless model but wasn't planning on using it at all. While waiting for a hdmi cable i was playing around with the wireless and was mightly impressed. It does take about 10seconds to lock onto a sorce, but once locked on it was rock stable. I know i will be using this for connecting my laptop. For $100 extra on the 9100 i really think its quite good value. Then its just a matter if you can live with the white or want the black! The white for me fits in nicer with my room, but would likely be happy with either
  9. Reason for asking is that I'm down to 2 options of how I want to set up my lounge for a projector setup. I have already a thick, bleach white curtain in my lounge that I wish to use a projector on. It would allow an image size of 105" at the 16:9 perspective. I had planned to get the Epson TW5300 and have it at 4.5m away but, after doing the throw calculations this projector will not allow a view size of 105" that far away. My other option is to bring it forward and make a cabinet for it so I can get it the right distance but I would rather not have to do this. Roof mounting will be too messy, the ceiling is concrete and my wife is dead set against having it displayed on the roof so this isn't an option. My question is, if I spend more on a projector that will allow a throw distance of 4.5m, will the picture quality be much the same as using the tw5300 closer? Only just starting looking for a projector that would allow such a throw it seems it'll cost me at least 3 times the amount. The specs of the projectors that would allow such a throw distance have much better specs as far as contrast/lumens/features etc.... but does this diminish the further away and more zoom I use to get the size I'm after? I was really hoping for the 3-chip idea as the rainbow effect from single chip designs would drive me crazy. I edit/reconstruct images alot and one thing I can't stand in a picture is chromatic aberration which after viewing a benq at a showroom a couple of weeks ago it reminded me when I saw it of this.
  10. Hi all, Having just gotten a new (to me) projector its time to move the old one on to someone who can use it. As above it is an Epson EMP-TW700 720p projector, no issues that I know of, 361 hours on the globe so should be fine for a long time still. Great for someone just starting out, or as a second pj for kids etc, although not full hd it still gives a very watchable image and has great flexibility in placement with its 2.1 zoom and high adjustability. Pick up preferred eastern suburbs Melbourne, and it comes with the box and remote. Photos of images on a 110" screen can be sent via sms or email if interested, just pm me details. Looking for $250. Thanks, Aze
  11. Item: Epson EH TW5300 Projector Location: Ashwood VIC 3147 Price: $850 (RRP $1149) Condition: New - opened only for testing. 0 lamp hours recorded. Bought back in December, ready for my renovation to be completed - I now realise I need lens shift so I'm upgrading! Got my sister & her husband the same projector and they love it. Pickup is preferred, but I'm flexible if required. http://www.epson.com.au/products/projector/EH-TW5300.asp
  12. I need to replace the old projector after moving in a new place with the following set-up. The screen size of 120 inch (2.4m wide and 1.8m high) with an aspect ratio of 4:3. The distance between the screen and the projector (hang at 70cm below the ceiling) is 4m. I am considering the below projectors given my budget. Epson EB-U32, EB-U130, TW5300 or BENQ TH670 or W1090. Which one is best suitable for my setting? I check the throw ratio for them but all the numbers are based on 16:9/10 ratio which is not very helpful or clear. See below Epson EB-U32 (throw ratio: 1.38(wide) - 1.68(tele); native aspect ratio 16:10; Zoom 1-1.2) Epson EB-U130 (throw ratio: 1.38(wide) - 1.68(tele); native aspect ratio 16:10; Zoom 1-1.2) Epson TW5300 (throw ratio: 1.22(wide) - 1.47(tele); native aspect ratio 16:9; Zoom 1-1.2) BENQ TH670 (throw ratio: 1.15 - 1.5; native aspect ratio 16:9; Zoom 1.3x) BENQ W1090 (throw ratio: 1.5 - 1.8; native aspect ratio 16:9; Zoom 1-1.2) Really need helps to make sure that I order the correct product given my current set-up. Your helps are greatly appreciated! Thank you!
  13. Pick up from Norwood SA or you can organise your own courier. Epson EH-TW8200 / 5030UB 3D 1080p Home Theater Projector RRP$3,599 New Lamp Included and in Original Box Only 1,950 hours plus a Brand New Lamp ! Bargain at $1,970 with a Brand New Genuine $270 lamp !!! So you are getting the projector for just $1,700 !!! Used in a dedicated home theater which is obviously smoke free. Pick up from Norwood SA or you can organise your own courier. Any Question please fill free to ask. Epson EH-TW8200 LCD Full High Definition 3D Home Cinema Projector Quick Facts: Epson EH-TW8200 Throw Distance Chart (Examples for common Sizes) Image Size Installation Distance (Approx. To Lens) 92" (16:9) 2030x1140mm From 2.8m to 5.8m 100" (16:9) 2130x1200mm From 3.0m to 6.3m 110" (16:9) 2435x1370mm From 3.3m to 7.0m 120" (16:9) 2580x1450mm From 3.6m to 7.6m SPECIFICATIONS Native Resolution: WUXGA 1920 x 1080 16:9 Brightness: 2400 ANSI Lumens Maximum Contrast: 600,000:1 Weight: 8.4kg Fan Noise: 22db Warranty: 2 Years (+1 Year $135) Lamp Warranty: 12 months / 750 hours Lamp Life Up To: 5,000hrs FEATURES - 2.0x Zoom - 2x HDMI Connection - Horizontal & Vertical Lens Shift - Frame Interpolation - 2D to 3D Conversion Main Features: High 2400 ANSI Lumens 600,000:1 CR 2 X HDMI 1 X RGB Low 22 DB Noise level Frame Interpolation 2D to 3D Conversion 2.0x Zoom Lens Shift: Vertical: -96.3% to +96.3% (H Center, Manual) / Horizontal: -47.1% to +47.1% (V Center, Manual) Screen Size 30" to 300" [0.87 to 9.03 m] (Zoom: Wide) 30" to 300" [1.88 to 19.15 m] (Zoom: Tele) Keystone Correction Vertical: -30 to +30 degrees Projection Distance: 100" screen 2.98 - 6.36 m Throw Ratio 1.34 (Zoom: Wide), 2.87 (Zoom: Tele) Projection Lens F Number: 2.3 - 3.6 / Projection Lens Focal Length: 22.5 mm - 47.2 mm Focus Method: Manual Image Specifications: Colour Light Output:2,400 Lumens White Light Output: 2,400 Lumens Resolution: 1080p Native Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Contrast Ratio: 600,000:1 Lamp Type: 230 W UHE (E-TORL) Colour Video Processing: Full 10bit (Partial 12bit) Here are a couple of review extracts; Performance Features Ease Of Use Value "The TW8200 is one of the most flexible projectors on the market when it comes to installation and placement, featuring a 2.1:1 manual zoom lens with horizontal and vertical lens shift, both of which have extensive range. This opens up a variety of placement options. While the projector is laden with features that make it easy to install and use, the primary draw of the Home Cinema TW8200 is image quality. The TW8200's image in both 2D and 3D is the best we've ever seen from Epson, and the picture on screen makes it clear where every single dollar of the projector's purchase price went. In other words, it looks more expensive than it actually is. " "Out of the Box color performance is just dandy. Even Brightness control is right on the money for not crushing dark shadow detail in most modes. Natural and THX modes look very good. Living Room is extremly bright and very watchable, great for sports. Dynamic as expected is a strong on greens/yellows, but not too bad. Use it when you need every last lumen. " "Unless you are a gung ho DLP fan who won't buy any other technology, this Epson needs to be on your short list if you are shopping anywher near it's price point. It just provides a whole lot of picture and features for a really reasonable price."
  14. So I have a few questions as I cant seem to get this projector doing anything I want it to.. First issue - I have a Seagate wireless media player full of movies. I was under the impression that the wireless projector and the media player would be able to talk to each other without fuss. On the projector it manages to find the Seagate wireless signal but thats it. It doesn't read the media player as in there is no menu full of movies. Ideas? Second Issue - Mirroring. I can mirror images from my phone but when I try to load the netflix app, I can read the menu but on pressing play, the title of the show is there but no picture. Third Issue - Just bought a cheap DVD player that is just supposed to connect to anything via HDMI. I'm getting Source:HDMI, No Signal. Arrgh! Would be very grateful if anyone could tell me where I am going wrong? Thanks
  15. So I have a few questions as I cant seem to get this projector doing anything I want it to.. First issue - I have a Seagate wireless media player full of movies. I was under the impression that the wireless projector and the media player would be able to talk to each other without fuss. On the projector it manages to find the Seagate wireless signal but thats it. It doesn't read the media player as in there is no menu full of movies. Ideas? Second Issue - Mirroring. I can mirror images from my phone but when I try to load the netflix app, I can read the menu but on pressing play, the title of the show is there but no picture. Third Issue - Just bought a cheap DVD player that is just supposed to connect to anything via HDMI. I'm getting Source:HDMI, No Signal. Arrgh! Would be very grateful if anyone could tell me where I am going wrong? Thanks
  16. This is an Amazing Projector , i bought it after seeing a demo of it in my Man cave and fell in love , but iam going to try the Laser one soon or the JVC X7000 or X9000 So someone is going to get a good price , this comes with everything as is on the box , nothing has been touched or opened , comes with warranty which could be transferred i will upload pics of the box soon , The shop price ( or lowest i found ) is $4800 , but iam just asking for $4450 Thank you
  17. Hello all, as promised, my girlfriend and I have just finished writing the review of the Epson EH-LS10000. Here it is on our blog Projectiondream.com Link: http://projectiondream.com/en/epson-eh-ls10000-projector-review/ We will be pleased to answer any questions! Enjoy! Anna&Flo ;-)
  18. Hi All My wife is keen on hiding the screen in our living room. I'm considering a Screen Technics manual pull down screen and am researching projectors. While our living room will be high light during the day (lots of windows), we primarily watch tv/movies at night, and we live out in the bush so when the lights are off it is very dark. The wireless capability of the Epsons appeals to me and my budget could probably stretch to a 9100 or 9200 but is the additional cost over a 6100 or 8200 going to be worth it in a non-dedicated room? What are the chances i'll have a watchable picture on the occasion that the kids want to watch tv during the day? Any advice would be awesome because i'm new to projectors. Thanks
  19. Well luck would have it with much thanks to matt at TCC I ended up with a JVC x35 to check out over the last queens birthday long weekend. As some would know to really appreciate something am a strong believer in checking out for myself and where possible demoing at home to experience in my own system to come to my own conclusions. Thought I'd post here as my impressions and experience with it might be of interest to some and also some comparisons I can make to my own epson 9000w the x35 is pretty much out of box and with 4 hours on the clock. when I picked up from the store the quick spin they gave it for me had good contrast, sharpness and brightness but the colour balance and skin tones to my eyes looked a bit over ripe ! not that bothered me too much as was sure at home could give it a bit of a tweak. Plus also keen to check out what might be like in my own setup with your typical lounge room with white walls and ceilings light carpet and furniture/furnishings vs say the blacked out surrounds of the TCC demo room screen size is a 92" 16:9 so not massive but and am viewing from 2.9m which is bang on thx recommendation for immersion and is well within the distance for visual acuity to resolve 1080p so should do justice in appreciating the detail and immersion with a projector. so without further ado lets get on with it... JVC in da house ofcourse wife noticed it straight away it is a big projector and BLACK unlike the lounge room friendly white epson. But yeah I reassured her it was just a loaner and just for the long weekend I use the peerless mount PRG-EXA wall mount and to mount the jvc you need to remove its feet meaning long screws m5x25mm are required to secure to the mount bracket. this is unlike with the epson where dont have to take off its feet and can use the surface mount screws the peerless comes with. but anyways a quick trip to buntings soon had that sorted. It is a narrower but deeper projector than the epson meaning I had to use full extension on the prg-exa to make sure it had clearance on the back. But yeah was soon easily mounted squared / leveled up with the peerless no probs. Hook up was pretty simple just the same as with the epson. I downloaded the jvc manual for a quick peak to familiarise myself, but the remote and everything appeared pretty intuitive so off I went with switch on. Easy enough in use, the menus on the jvc and remote pretty straight forward. In alignment with vertical/horizontal shift and zooming these beign motorised is pretty handy on the jvc vs the manual controls on the epson. the focus for instance can pretty much stand at the screen and get just right in adjusting vs with the manual control on the epson have to stand at the projector and try and do it manually. The controls for focus zoom and image shift are quite fine in resolution so easy to use, however strangely I did notice just in one direction ie in upwards vertical shift the jvc is a little coarse in movement ie jumps/steps upwards but coming downwards is quite smooth. odd just meant took a few goes to get just right OK on to watching something onscreen !
  20. Hi All, Just picked up my new 9100W and really love the image its producing. One problem the image it produces is not square. Not using any keystone just V & H lens shift. I can line up the top, left and right sides of the screen perfectly but the bottom doesn't seam to be straight. I can mask it out with a bit of zoom but should i need to? Below is a sketch of what its doing. Its basically a 50mm difference from left side to right side of the screen. Only had the projector for 2days so would it be worth going back to the supplier to swap over the units? First projector so not 100% about these things as yet Cheers Link to sketch of whats happening http://www.dtvforum....2
  21. I have the following below, contact me if interested. Benq W1200 Benq SH960 Benq SP891 Canon XEED WUX10 Mark II Epson EH-TW5900 Epson EH-TW9000 Epson EH-TW5500 Hitachi CP-X809 Hitachi CP-WUX645N Hitachi CP-SX12000 JVC DLA-X3 JVC DLA-RS65 JVC DLA-RS55 JVC DLA-F110 JVC DLA-X7. JVC DLA-HD10KELD1 JVC DLA-X9 JVC DLA-HD10KELDB2 JVC DLA-HD10KS Mitsubishi FL7000U NEC NP4100 NEC PX800X NEC PX700W Optoma HD33 Panasonic PT-DZ12000 Panasonic PT-AE500E Panasonic PT-DZ6700EL Panasonic PT-DW5000E Panasonic PT-DZ6710EL Panasonic PT-DZ6710E Panasonic PT-DW10000E Sanyo PLC-XP100L Sanyo PDG-DHT100L Sony VPL-VW90ES Sony VPL-VW95ES Sony VPL-HW30ES Sony VPL-FE40 Sony VPL-VW200 Vivitek H9080FD Vivitek H9080ST Vivitek D8300 Vivitek D6010 Vivitek D6510 Vivitek D5500 Regards, nigelbrix@yahoo.com
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