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New Epson HD Video Projector

Discussion in 'Hardware Classifieds' started by DaveNel, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. DaveNel

    DaveNel Well-Known Member

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    This projector has been SOLD :)

    I have a new Epson 740C Video projector for sale or trade. This projector is in new condition and works 100%. This projector can hook to your laptop or desktop system, Also can hook to all of your Video equipment VCR, DVD, Satellite Boxes, cable Boxes, LaserDisk, Gaming Systems,
    DVR's, Security Systems, And whatever else that uses HD connections, Component connections, VGA connections S-Video Connections. This projector can hook up to just about anything and everything.

    If you are interested make an offer, Its for sale or trade - If you need further info on the projector feel free to message me.. Thanks

    This projector can project images from the projector up to 25' Diagonal - That is a big screen 300"


    Included items:

    New Epson projector model 740C
    Padded projector bag
    VGA Cable
    S-Video Cable
    Component cables A/V Cables RCA style
    USB Cable

    Here is a online retailer that is currently selling this projector:

    http://powersellernyc.com/product/view/Epson-powerLight-740C-Multimedia-Projector-14420.html

    Here is the specifications on the projector:

    Contrast Ratio 400:1
    Lens Focus, Zoom
    Light Output (lumens) 2500 ANSI ( High Bright ) 2000 Hours
    Light Output (lumens) 2000 ANSI ( Economy Mode ) 3000 Hours
    Maximum Resolution 1600 x 1200
    Native Resolution 1024 x 768
    HDTV 720p, 1080i
    EDTV 480p
    SDTV 480i
    Aspect Ratio 4;3 - 5;4 - 16;9 - Widescreen
    Number of Colors 24-bit (16.7 million colors)
    Display Technology LCD projector
    Data / Video Signals NTSC, SECAM, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, NTSC 4.43, PAL 60
    Wireless Networking YES
    H Sync 92 kHz
    V Sync 85 Hz
    Dot Clock 162 MHz

    Inputs

    1 x composite video input
    RCA 1 x component video / RGB input
    15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) 1 x S-video input
    4 pin mini-DIN 1 x audio line-in
    mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm
    1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type B 1 x audio line-in
    RCA x 2 ( on supplied cable )

    Outputs

    1 x Mini D-Sub 15pin,1 x Stereo Mini Jack

    Speakers Internal speakers or use external Audio equipment
    Image Size Diagonal 0.3 in - 25 ft - Displayed projection size: 30" to 300"
    Throw Distance 3 ft - 34 ft
    Digital Keystone Vertical -15 / +15
    Lens Shift
    Projector Methods Front, Rear, Ceiling
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 10.9in. x 2.7in. x 7.6in.
    Unit Weight 3.8 lbs lbs.
    Power Supply 100 ~ 120 / 220 ~ 240 V / 50 ~ 60 Hz
    Power Consumption 240W
    Economy Mode YES (3000 hrs /35 dB )
    FCC Class B
    Audible Noise 41 dB
    Lamp UHE 170 Watt


    Projection Method Front/rear/ceiling mount
    Driving method Epson High Temperature Poly-Silicon TFT
    Life 2000H (High Brightness), 3000H (Low Brightness)
    Brightness Uniformity 90%
    Screen Width Ratio Distance/width 1.3 to 1.58:1
    Screen Size 30" to 300" (2.9' to 34.4')
    Keystone Correction +/-15°
    Auto Keystone Correction +/-15°
    Color Reproduction 24 bit; 16.7 mil
    Operating Temperature 41°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C)
    Power Supply Voltage 100-240VAC +/-10%, 50/60Hz
    Power Consumption 240W/35W Network On at sleep mode
    4W Network Off at sleep mode
    Dimensions 7.6" x 10.8" x 2.7"
    Weight 3.8lb
    Fan Noise 41db (High Brightness),
    36db (Low Brightness)
    Effective Scanning
    Pixel clock 13.5MHz to 162MHz
    Horizontal 15KHz to 92KHz
    Vertical 50Hz to 85Hz

    Features
    Focus, zoom, keystone, source selection, power,
    Page up/page down, color mode, volume,
    e-zoom, a/v mute, freeze, resize, menu, help,

    Display performance
    Native 1024 x 768
    Resize 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 1024, 800 x 600,640 x 480

    Input terminal
    Video Mini D-sub 15 pin
    Audio Stereo mini jack
    Video I/O

    Input signal NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, M-PAL, N-PAL, PAL60, SECAM
    HD settings HDTV: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i
    Input terminal Video Composite Video: RCA (Yellow) x 1; S-Video: Mini DIN;


    Component Video Mini D-sub 15pin
    Audio RCA x 2


    Audio signal 500m Vrms/47Kohm
    Control I/O
    I/O terminal USB connector series B x 1(for mouse, keyboard)

    Security Kensington®-style lock provision

    Supplied Accessories Power cable, VGA cable, Component Cable ( A/V ) RCA style, S-Video cable, USB A/USB B cable, soft carrying case

    Epson PowerLite 740c projector V11H145020
    Replacement lamp V13H010L32
    Air filter set V13H134A08

    The pictures were taken with a low end camera and does not do the projector or the images justice. The projector is in excellent condition and works 100% with out fail and doesnt have any issues.

    The projected image below is 100" diagonal - This projector can project up to 300" I dont have the room in my house to project the full 300"

    Also I am holding a paper that has the date on it, 1 pic of the lamp timer I left the date taped to the wall and projected the lamp timer on it. In some of the pictures you will see a couple small black dots.. Those are nails for my pictures..


    Any question feel free to ask. I have refs here as well as Ebay, heat under trukindave, Anandtech.com under trukindave and a few other places ..I just noticed the new Ref section: My old refs didnt get added?? I have bought and sold quite a bit on here
     
  2. DaveNel

    DaveNel Well-Known Member

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    Hello, Here is better screenshots.. I used a better camera :)


    I snapped some better pictures of screenshots as well as the bulb timer - The bulb timer
    has ( o ) hours and has never been reset.

    The Dates are off on the paper I was holding - It was supposed to be 6-21-11 but instead it reads 6-20-11

    Updated Screenshots:

    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps1.JPG

    The next image I left a 75 watt light on to show the image is still very bright
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps2.JPG

    The next image is using the low brightness
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps3.JPG

    The next image is using the high brightness
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps4.JPG

    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps5.JPG
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps6.JPG
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps7.JPG
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/Eps9.JPG
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/epzs1.JPG

    Here is a screenshot of the lamp timer, Source, Input, Resolution, And such
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/epzs2.JPG

    Lamp Timer with the date being held.
    http://www.freewebs.com/trukindave/epzs3.JPG

    Asking $550.00 OBO May trade, Just depends
     

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