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Jul 25, 2007 2:21:44 PM
well here it is.... its not the greatest....as i only make 8.00 an hr but its all mine... its about 70% done.... or closer to 80%
ive got more pix soon to come.... gotta get a better handle on my camera.... but like i said... its not much.. i cant put up 4 walls because my current landlord wont let me but im going to get darker sheets for the walls... more to come
heres some more images
Feb 26, 2007 12:00:41 PM
I recently purchased a benq pb6210 projector. It is labelled as HDtv compatible YPbPr. My question is can I actually transfer a HD signal from my HD bell express vu receiver (6100)through the projector. The PB6210 has only a S video, Composite (RCA), and a 15 pin monitor for input. Are any of this capable of transfering a true HD signal? My understanding was that only HDMI, DVI, or Component were options for HD signal. As an aside I will end up routing the Satellite signal from the receiver to my desktop computer through a TV Tuner card. My current TV tuner card is not HD and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to a good HD tuner card.
Feb 7, 2007 10:08:12 AM
well hello boys and girls... im kinda a proj newb so you'll have to excuse the stupid question
on my benq pb6210 when i have the image unzoomed i can see on both sides what looks to be a black blank slant on the right and left sides its no biggie but i was wondering what that was? like i said it doesnt interfere with image quality (which is freakin awesome, when compared to my toshiba tlp-s30) but it would be nice to get rid of them.... but if not its nothin too bad then ill just have to live with it...ill see if i can get a pic of what i speak of in a day or so
Jul 31, 2006 6:36:48 PM
I'm wondering if anyone can help me out with a problem with my projector. Its a Benq 6210 DLP. I've had it for about 330 hours and used it extensively at home and for work.
Lately, I've seen a circular white spotches along with the picture that it is projecting. For example a rectangular computer screen will have out-of-focus white splotches in a circular pattern around it. As if, there is dust inside the light bulb area. It is more apparent in some scenes than others (perhaps something to do with the color wheel).
Do I need to bring it into a shop to fix or is this something I can repair myself?
Thanks in advance.
Feb 5, 2006 10:15:35 AM
Take a look a the BenQ PB6210 - I have a 6100 and am quite pleased with it. I've had it for two years and it still looks as good as the day I bought it. The 6210 has even better specs and sells for under $1300. May be just what you're wanting...
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