FS: Proxima 6850 Projector

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    Proxima DP6850 XGA Projector --- 1500 Lumens!

    Here is some sales stuff that I am cutting and pasting in: "The all-new Proxima DP6850 is bright enough to fill a room, versatile enough to fulfill your demanding needs, and affordable enough to fit your budget. Its superb image quality and advanced video capabilities make it a dependable tool in classrooms, conference rooms, and boardrooms."

    It's in excellent condition, has the remote, and ways about 15 lbs. I am upgrading to a new projector.

    I would prefer that the buyer is in Houston but am willing to ship. Buyer to pay actual shipping costs.

    Below is a list of features and specs.

    $2500 NOW $2225!! or equivalent trade.

    Shoot me an email if you need details.

    Mark Davidson

    (Here are the features and specs)

    1500 ANSI lumens makes it ideal for most conference rooms and classrooms

    true XGA (1024 x 768) resolution and Fit-to-View display of VGA (640 x 480) through SXGA (1280 x 1024) supports full screen images from PCs and Macintosh computers

    digital keystone correction makes it easy to project a square image whether the projector is placed high or low

    flexible connectivity with ports for up to two computers and USB mouse to easily accommodate multiple presenters

    high-quality video performance with picture-in-picture and support for most video formats

    whisper-quiet (less than 40 dB), so your audience can focus on your presentation

    motorized zoom and focus offers flexibility in projector placement, while digital zoom offers close-up views of selected items

    Plug and Play user-friendly design offers quick, easy, and worry-free set up

    PICTURE-IN-PICTURE

    show video clips within your presentations

    KEEP IT SQUARE

    digital keystone correction displays a square image whether the projector is placed high or low

    FIT-T0-VIEW®

    digital scaling optimizes images of any resolution

    TRUE XGA RESOLUTION

    outstanding image quality and compatibility with most PCs and notebooks

    BRILLIANT IMAGE

    at 1500 ANSI lumens, it's perfect for classrooms and conference rooms

    MAKES CONNECTIONS

    two computer inputs accommodate multiple presenters seamlessly

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    DP6850 SPECS

    Native Resolution • XGA (1024 x 768)

    Resolution Supported • XGA (1024 x 768), Fit-to-View display of VGA (640 x 480),SVGA (800 x 600), SXGA (1280 x 1024),Mac (640 x 480, 1280 x 1024 )

    Brightness • 1500 ANSI lumens

    Contrast Ratio • 100:1 ANSI

    Computer Compatibility • IBM PC or compatibles, Apple Macintosh

    Video Compatibility • PAL B, G, H, I, M, N; NTSC 3.58 / 4.43; SECAM

    Display Technology • 1.3" polysilicon LCD x 3

    Number of Colors • 16.7 million

    Input Sources • 2 computer, 2 audio, 1 video, 1 S-video, 1 USB mouse

    Output • Computer RGB (HD-15), Stereo audio (mini-jack)

    H-Sync Range • 15 - 100 kHz

    V-Sync Range • 43.5 - 130 Hz

    Bandwidth • 135 MHz

    Horizontal Resolution (TV Lines) • 500 TV Lines

    Keystone Correction • 20°, 20:1 upward, digital keystone correction

    Projection Lens • Motorized zoom and focus. f = 49 - 64 mm, F/1.7 - 2.3, 1.3:1 zoom ratio

    Projection Distance • 3.6 to 35 ft (1.1 to 10.7 m)

    Aspect Ratio • std:4:3 - wide:16:9

    Image Size • 2.0 ft to 24.3 ft (.6 m to 7.41 m)

    Throw Ratio • 1.8:1 to 2.4:1 (image width: throw dist.)

    Projection Method • front/rear, desktop/ceiling

    Audio • 2 x 1-watt stereo

    Remote Control • Full functionality remote with mouse control and laser pointer

    Lamp (Life) • 190 watt UHB (1,500 hours to 50% brightness)

    Dimensions • 11.5" W x 15.5" L x 4.7" H (29.1 cm W x 39.5 cm L x 11.9 cm H)

    Weight • 13.2 lbs. (6.0 kg)

    Power Consumption • 320 watts

    Power Requirements • 90 to 132V / 198 to 264V (+/- 10%) at 50/60 Hz

    Operating Temperature • 41°F to 95°F (O°C to 35°C)

    On-Screen Menu Languages • English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Norwegian, Dutch

    Audible Noise • 40 db

    Approvals • CE, UL, cUL, TUV, FCC Class A

    Security • Kensington ® lock compatible$2500 $2500 $2500 s$2500/s
     
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    Dropped the price, added some fancy colors, and a bump to the top for good measure. Please note the "equivalent trade" part...
     
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    what types of trade are you looking for?
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Home theater equipment -- amps, speakers, etc. Mark
     
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    YGM
     
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    Kevin and I are still trying to hammer out a deal. So if you're still interested in this, let me know.

    Mark
     
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    Looks like Kevin and I are not going to be able to work this one out. So bump on back to the top! md
     
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    Last bump, then off to eBay ...
     
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    I received an email from a guy named Jack on this but the return email bounces to me. Jack -- send me a good email or a phone number or something and we can try to work something out. Mark
     

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