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Re: Good place to get reasonably priced projector bulb
nickbuol #223779 10/04/08 12:00 PM
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Sorry to hear that your bulb has dimmed. \:\/


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Re: Good place to get reasonably priced projector bulb
DaveG #223797 10/04/08 02:00 PM
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Dimmed? I could live with dimmed, this dumb thing is shot. (Can you sense my frustration? Not with you DG...)


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Re: Good place to get reasonably priced projector bulb
nickbuol #223824 10/04/08 03:57 PM
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I haven't bought anything from them, but they are a 5 star retailer on NexTag.


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Re: Good place to get reasonably priced projector bulb
nickbuol #223967 10/05/08 05:09 PM
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I cant’ believe you aren’t exploiting this bulb failure as an opportunity to buy a new projector…..

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nickbuol #425976 07/06/17 09:48 PM
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I got my bulb from Projectorquest. Looks like they have three different options for this lamp: from $67-$202

https://projectorquest.com/product/sanyo-plv-z3-projector-lamp-module/

Re: Good place to get reasonably priced projector bulb
nickbuol #425981 07/07/17 04:55 AM
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Reviving a 9 year old thread doesn't happen every day. LOL

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Re: Good place to get reasonably priced projector bulb
nickbuol #426009 07/09/17 03:44 AM
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I'm just surprised people are still using projectors, though i guess beyond 75" screens, that is still a requirement.
Thankfully, in part, our room is limited to 75" max or i wouldn't have anywhere to move the speakers.
Luckily most new large format LED and OLED now have the 75" range as a fairly common option at most big box stores.

Waiting on that OLED to pickup steam..come on industry competition...


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chesseroo #426010 07/09/17 12:07 PM
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Originally Posted By chesseroo
I'm just surprised people are still using projectors.


An Epson 2040 plus screen will run about 1200$. Perfectly respectable performance, not reference, but pick your size in a lit room even. Lamps $99.

Once LED/lasers roll out..... Ultra short throw with laser under $2k..... Who knows?

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chesseroo #426013 07/09/17 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted By chesseroo
I'm just surprised people are still using projectors, though i guess beyond 75" screens, that is still a requirement.
Thankfully, in part, our room is limited to 75" max or i wouldn't have anywhere to move the speakers.
Luckily most new large format LED and OLED now have the 75" range as a fairly common option at most big box stores.

Waiting on that OLED to pickup steam..come on industry competition...


Yeah, someday when OLED rolls out (pun intended) with "sheets" of OLED material that you can put on your wall to make virtually any size image (it is a technical possibility), I have no other choice but a projector to get my current 138" image. Outside of needing a dark room (which better simulates a theater for movie watching anyway), and when thinking of "pre-4K" technology, the projector has almost always been the cheaper way to get a really large screen too.

The biggest downfall of the future of having the ability to put a massive roll of OLED material on your wall, outside of potential cost, will be not being able to put the speakers right behind that display like you can with a screen and projector, but that image would be REALLY cool.

Then again, there is already a push for something that I saw coming years ago... Personal displays. By that, I mean headsets that you wear that simulate a massive screen. It is out there and starting to make headlines.


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Re: Good place to get reasonably priced projector bulb
nickbuol #426017 07/09/17 08:30 PM
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We'll all be living Cronenberg's Videodrome.

What's reality? Did I forget to take off the headset again?
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