I bought a DLP online from a distributor of refurbished audio/video products. I love it. It’s great. Manufacturer-refurbished products can be much less expensive (like in this case), and you still get the same product, just not new. I do projection in a fairly large space in a fairly well-light environment, so I needed at least 1600 lumens.
www.microsoft.com/ProjectWebcast The Clock is Ticking. Upgrade to Project 2013 Today. Learn More!
www.foxdigitalhd.com/diehard5 Build Your Digital Film Library. Get Die Hard on DigitalHD Now!
www.idtdisplay.com/ LCD Flat Panel Video Wall Displays LED & LCD Video Wall displays
www.dynascanusa.com/ Narrow Bezel LCDs for Video Walls View Our Complete Lineup!
Buster Benson I need more goals.
Which model do you have?
I’m currently in the final stages of picking out a projector and think that once I settle on a particular projector, I’ll look into refurbished options. Do you recommend a particular distributor as well?
Re: Which model do you have?
I got the PT LC56U (http://www.fullcompass.com/Products/pages/SKU—61165/). I can’t find it on the refurbished site I bought it from anymore (http://www.electrified.com/). If there’s one thing I regret about it, however, it’s that I would have preferred a projector with a broader beam so I don’t have to have it as far from the screen/projection surface. But I can’t complain about the price at which I got it.