FS: Infocus 4805 Projector (260 hours on bulb)

Chris S

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I am looking to upgrade so the Infocus 4805 needs another good home. The projector is in great shape and has less than 260 hours on the bulb. It has always been run in low lamp mode which provides a bulb life of 3000 hours. Asking $549 $499 $399 shipped! anywhere within the contiguous US.

Specifications:
● Resolution: (WVGA) 854x480
● Display Device: Digital Light Processing DLP™ Technology by Texas Instruments
● Compatibility. DVI (HDCP), component and RGB HDTV 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i, and computer resolutions up to XGA (1024x768). NTSC, PAL, SECAM.
● Aspect Ratio: 16:9
● Contrast Ratio: 2000:1
● Brightness: 750 Lumens
● Lamp Life: 3,000 Hours (low lamp mode)
● Inputs: Composite Video, Component Video, S-Video, DVI/HDCP
● Dimensions: 4.2" H x 9.8" W x 12.9" D
● Weight: 7.8 Pounds

"InFocus has produced another superb video projector." - Projector Central Review

"The InFocus ScreenPlay 4805 is a very “honest” projector – the specification tell you everything you need to know about this projector. With minimal setup or adjustments, the 4805 produced a very accurate image with excellent grayscale and gamma tracking. " - Secrets of Home Theater Review


Asking $549 $499 $399 SOLD!

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Chris S.
 

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SOLD!

Also adding a few images of the unit plus some quick screenshots. I do have the original box/packaging plus all manuals.





 

Conchchowder

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People are crazy not to snatch this one up...it is worth the price of the bulb alone and if you only watch SD-DVD's then the resolution is perfect. The only reason to get a HD PJ right now is if you have a HD player.
 

Chris S

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It really is a great projector and if I weren't upgrading for Blu-ray/HD-DVD I wouldn't be selling it just yet. For anyone still interested it is still available as I've been too lazy recently to list it on ebay.
 

RobertCH

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If I would have waited a month I would definitely buy your 4805 and saved myself $100. Though I'm very happy with the H31 I bought from fellow forum member chris rick. These budget 480p projectors really are cool!
 

ssredchevelle

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I am very interested if you still have it. I have the same one and my color wheel is going. My bulb just blew and rather than spend 350 on a bulb i would love to buy your whole unit.
 

Chris S

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Sorry John I should have updated this thread the other day. The projector has been sold.

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