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Item: BenQ W1070 1080p 3D DLP Home Theater Projector
Location: CBD Sydney
Item Condition: mint 10/10 (less than 250 hours)
Reason for selling:White elephant - took it out for Christmas - bought on a YOLO moment
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash deal in CBD, near JB Hifi George St during Office Hours
Extra Info: Sold as is, no more warranty, with the box.
By LWA Staff
Item: Meridian MF10 Projector
Location: LWA HQ @ 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, NSW 2066
Item Condition: Very good (2nd hand) condition - with remote.
Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer, Gold Bullion, No goats.
Extra Info: This was an expensive proposition when new but very good buying now.
Quiet in operation - this particular example has only 133 hours on the lamp!
Developed with JVC, this Full HD Projector uses D-ILA light-engine technology, w/ three-chip 1080p array.
Offers a native contrast ratio of 1:30,000. Picture size from 60 to 200 inches with 2x zoom, 6 meter throw and 2.35:1 conversion capability.
Input terminals = HDMI x 2 (ver. 1.3), Component x 1 (3 RCA) can also be used as an RGB terminal. S Video terminal (mini DIN4 pin) x 1, Composite x 1 (1 RCA terminal)
Control terminals = RS-232 (D-sub, 9-pin)
Video input formats = 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p 60/50, 1080i 60/50, 1080p 60/50/24,
Dimensions 455 x 172.5 x 418.5mm - Weight 1 1.6kg (25.6 lbs.
Item: Epson EH-TW3000
Item Condition: Excellent 9/10
Reason for selling: Too many projectors
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
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.
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
ANSI Lumens: **
Contrast Ratio: **
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:
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
H-Sync Range: **
V-Sync Range: **
HDTV: 720p, 1080i, 1080p/60
Component Video: Yes
Digital Input: HDMI
2 cm 3 LCD
Native: 1920x1080 Pixels
Maximum: 1920x1080 Pixels
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (HD)
Light Source: Type:
Life: 4000 hours
Max Power: 282W
Voltage: 100V - 240V
FCC Class: B
Recently upgraded my JVC X7000 to the NEW X7900 and a step up over two models leaves me very happy with this unit.
Aside from the massive face lift in HDR capability the low lag input is an absolute bonus as I game as much as watch movies.
Straight out of the box with factory setting enabled I cant really complain however just wanted to see if anyone has any info as to what is the best mode for your standard Blu-ray viewing.
Currently using factory setting for Cinema mode but wonder what the key difference would be between that and the THX settings.
Looking to have the unit calibrated but very early hours on it so far.
I am about to purchase a new 4K TV and was wondering how to connect it to use my UHD player for both my projector and new TV.
Current Equipment all running through my AVR
Denon 4311 AVR
- UHD BD Pana UB400
- Apple TV
- Fetch Mighty
- 1080p plasma (soon to be replaced with pana 75EX780A)
- Epson 9100w projector.
The only way i can think of running this setup with my existing gear is with a UHD hdmi switch from my UHD BD player that would connect to the TV and AVR. Then use the Audio return channel function to get sound from the TV to the AVR for netflix etc. This would mean i use two imput's on the AVR for the BD player, one for dedicated audio when displaying on the TV, and a section direct sound/video when using the projector.
Anyone have a better idea? I don't really want to get a switch if i can be helped.