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Item: 1080p Full HD Home Cinema Projector
Price Range: Up to $1500
Item Condition: New or Used
I am currently on the look out for a brand-name 1080p Full HD home cinema projector in good condition. I’ve been looking at the Epson, Panasonic and Sony range second-hand, but also interested in other good alternatives. LCD or DLP, although I am wary of bad experiences with second hand LCD projectors (e.g. vertical lines) so more recent models if possible. Located in Melbourne.
Item Condition: Lightly used Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Reservoir State: Victoria Payment Method: Paypal Reason for selling: No longer used Further information:
I purchased this player while saving up for a meatier 4k player. So I no longer need this
Lightly used. Resonable offers considered.
Item Condition: Used, in excellent condition Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Pickup available and you can audition. Suburb or Town: Mentone State: Victoria Payment Method: Cash on pickup Reason for selling: Upgrade to newer Epson model Further information:
Excellent 1080p 3D capable projector with THX certified display modes. Originally purchased on a group buy here. Served me well but have upgraded to a recent Epson model.
Only 846 hours on an Epson lamp. Non-smoking home.
Original box, remote control, power cable and CD with manual. I'll throw in a bonus 10m HDMI cable if you require it.
Specs and manual
Price: $260 Item Condition: Used, but in excellent condition (like new) Shipping Options: Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Seaford State: Victoria Payment Method: PayPal / EFT Reason for selling: Purchased for review and not to my taste Further information: An amazing piece of engineering - full metal housing with swiveling nozzles for over-ear or straight-down cable, changeable nozzles for tuning, etc. Lots to like if you're into a clean, slightly analytical sound. The drivers in these are clearly top notch in terms of the quality they deliver - it was just the tuning I didn't enjoy so much.
Here's the blurb from Drop:
The Drop community has been asking for a higher-end single dynamic driver IEM for years. So, we teamed up with JVC to make it happen. Based on the popular JVC HA-FD01, the Drop + JVC HA-FDX1 DUAL CARBON IEM employs the same premium metal housing as the original, with new tunings based on community-favorite modifications. The key to the remarkable sound is the large 11-millimeter dynamic drivers. Because of their size, they’re able to move air more easily for a clean, punchy sound with an effortless bass kick—similar to what you’d hear in much larger speakers. To really make the IEM your own, we’re including three pairs of newly developed stainless steel nozzles: one for the stock sound and two for a modded sound based on testing by the audiophile community.
Also, I'm new here on Stereo.net, but a long time member and trader over on Head-Fi (Loquah) and have strong trader feedback on eBay (Lach05)
Sorry about the dust in the eartip shot!