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Oct 12, 2013 6:02 PM
Got a nice big family room in the new house and building a system with some old spare equipment for it. Old stuff, but this does not have to be state of the art...simply...good enough for a family room. I have an old Mits HC3000U dlp, a Yamaha DSPA2070, full complement of Defintive speakers and a 12" powered sub.
I'm looking for a decent, [relatively inexpensive], DVD player to feed the 1080i projector and the old Yamaha. Source will be DVDs mostly. [Maybe hook a ROKU in to the system].
Thoughts on DVD players to get best video from such antiquated equipment?
Oct 29, 2012 6:04 AM
[QUOTE=sheridan|Oct 27, 2012 12:28:57 AM]
It isn't the lamp, the lamp will NEVER do that, it isn't possible. No, what has happened is something in the projector has failed. Either a bad connection or the image processor. It needs to go in for service.
Thank you for your post. My owners manuel says something about interference with the screen surface and to replace the screen or displace the focus a little. If fine streaks are seen on projected images. I don't quite understanthat one. Any thoughts on that statement? Thanks again we have had the projector for several years and it has been wonderful. I just don't understand why if in changing the Lamp the lines would appear.
Oct 26, 2012 3:38 PM
I have a Mitsubishi DLP projector HC3000. The lamp went out so I ordered a new one from Pure Glare in Walnut CA. The blub came looked excactly the same as the old one. I carefully change it. Reset the blub life timer and it worked beautifully for 30 minutes then vertical lines appeared in the screen about 2 inches apart across the whole screen. I called Pure Glare and they sent me a new lamp with no problems and I am to sent the first on back. I installed the second land just as before and the same thing happened again. Do you have any thoughts on the matter?
Mar 27, 2012 3:29 PM
I am moving to a new home (pending inspection tomorrow!) and I'm wondering if it's gonna have to be time to hang up the projector for this phase in our lives.
the only room we could really have a projector has white walls, wood panel cieling, snow-white carpeting, VERY tall ceilings...and is overall just BIG!
Another factor: this room has a sliding glass door with a lake view. it seems kind of counter intuitive to block out the view with a curtain when we have guests!
maybe I'll just have to plunk down for a plasma.
Jul 9, 2009 3:59 PM
At the point in setup of room, where I need to place screen on wall and mount projector to ceiling. Have the projector calculator thing here in the forums, but am still a little confused. Okay here's my setup, room is 11'W X 25'L. have a air duct that runs down the left side of the room the entire length, so have decided to position everything to the right side of the room. that leaves me with about 85.5" width and the ceilinng height is 93.5" for screen placement. I have a 96" screen. My issue is that when using the calculator it kinda appears as though it's setting me up to have the screen mounted about 28" from the floor. Well that's not what I want to do. I'd like to mount my screen about 10" to 12" from ceiling [so everyone can see] and figure from the screen where the projector should be mounted. I'll take another crack at trying to use that calculator, but if someone has some more simpler comments to use as a guide, I'd appreciate it. TIA!!!
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