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Oct 7, 2013 11:00 AM
I have searched on-line and cannot find WHERE we can order a COLOR WHEEL for our NEC LT240K projector.
We use this in our church sanctuary, and we feel handicapped without it. :(
Thanks in advance
Apr 18, 2010 5:12 AM
I have some calibrations that were given to me online a few years ago that totally changed the image quality. I'm a Yankees baseball, DVD movies and HDTV watcher and the PQ is fantastic.
Do you still have the 240K? If so, let me know if you're interested in the calibarations and I'll list them here.
Feb 22, 2010 12:13 PM
As the title states, I have an NEC LT240k. I got it in early 2003 I believe, for a home theater room I was building. It was set up and in use for a while, but eventually the screen broke. Rather than getting a new screen, our family eventually just stopped using it. I've recently become interested in home theater again, and dusted off the old NEC projector.
Here's my question: should I even worry about trying to use this projector? I know it's old, and projectors have come a long way in the 7 years since I got mine. At the time, it was a highly regarded home theater projector. Should I get a new screen and just use this one for a while longer, or should I not even waste my time? Anyone else that's had this projector I would appreciate any comments greatly, especially about setting up color settings and picking out a screen. Thank you!
May 5, 2009 8:04 AM
I have a question about my projector's output from a DVD player. I have had my NEC LT240K for years now and it works great. I have had it hooked up to a Yamakawa 288/VGA model DVD player due to it's VGA port, it's region free feature and it's multimedia capability. I have noticed on the info menu on the NEC when I am playing region 1 discs on the DVD player it reads the output at 480/525P. When viewing PAL it reads 576, as it should, and 1080 with an HD source.
My questions is: Does this mean I am viewing the image at 480 or 525P? I ask because I don't recall my other DVD player showing a 480/525 signal. Also, and this could be just the power of suggestion, the image on the Yamakawa appers to be better than my older player. Any thought?
This is not a problem by any stretch. I am just trying to educate myself on why a DVD player would display 525 or a projector would read it that way.
Apr 29, 2009 8:23 PM
I live in a smoke free home and keep the lens cap on whenever my projector is not in use. As a result cleaning the lens is something I haven't done but feel I should be doing soon.
What is the norm for lens celaning(3 months, year, etc.)? More important what method is best? Buying a commercial cleaner and cloth? Glass cleaner and towel? Any feedback would be appreciated.
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