FS: NEC LT150 DLP XGA Projector

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  1. Phu Vo

    Phu Vo Stunt Coordinator

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    I thought I might offer it here before I take this to Ebay later this week. Due to upgrade fever, I am selling the now legendary NEC LT150 DLP projector. Asking $1750 + $22 insured 2nd day FedEx shipping. 230 hours on the bulb. The unit has all the original accessories, manuals, cables, etc. I even have the packaging and the original box. The unit is in perfect condition and has been used in a ceiling mount position ever since I got it. Check out my old setup here . That means, no rough handling or transportation has been performed with this unit. I have registered the warranty, but I will assist whoever is the lucky buyer of the unit with any warranty issues.
    I am a master trader on this forum. Interested buyers may email me directly at [email protected] Payment by money order, cashier's check, or personal check (must clear before shipment) only.
     
  2. Phu Vo

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    BTW, I bought this unit new. This is not a previously refurbished unit.
     
  3. Jeff_M

    Jeff_M Stunt Coordinator

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    I own this projector. Simply awesome. If you you thought front projection was too formidable of a task, think again. Get a Panasonic RP56 and a vga breakout cable and this thing will make your jaw drop. In fact, the price that Phu is asking should make your jaw drop! A steal...
     
  4. jin-ho

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    Phu,

    How did you get the LT150 connected to
    the wooden board?

    Just curious...
     
  5. Vince Maskeeper

    Vince Maskeeper Producer

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    I have a similar setup- there are three screw holes which you can use to mount the projector.
    1) Remove the Adjustable Foot
    2) Pull off the sticky foot (there is a screw hole underneath).
    3) There is a black screw under the lense, it does nothing- but removing it gives a 3rd mounting hole.

    You then map out these spots on a board, drill holes, and attach.

    -Vince
     
  6. Phu Vo

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    Vince is correct. You may be asking why the board I have is so much bigger than the LT150. The reason the board is so big is that it was to be a part of my hush box. Which I never got around to building [​IMG]. But yeah, pretty simple to ceiling mount the projector. The tricky part is getting the screw holes aligned square with your attachment plate.
    I too have an RP56 that I sometimes use with my LT150. But with an HTPC, the scaling is so much more smoother. Silky smooth. It isn't even really close.
    So far, I got one spark of interest by email. I will let you guys know if the unit is still up for grabs.
     
  7. Ron Boster

    Ron Boster Screenwriter

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    Too bad...your ad is 4 months too early for me. I'll be in the market in Oct/Nov. That is a good price for what I've read is a great FP.

    Good Luck
    Ron
     
  8. jin-ho

    jin-ho Second Unit

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    Vince, Phu,

    Thanks!



    Bump for a GREAT projector!
     
  9. David_Lew

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    Do you have any more pictures?
     
  10. Phu Vo

    Phu Vo Stunt Coordinator

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    I have some pictures of my DIY screen. Check them out here:
    http://www.jcgamebooks.com/theater.htm
    The deal for the unit has been done. Just pending the transaction which will happen this weekend. Thanks to all for their interest in my beloved LT150.
     

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