Kodak DP850 (Davis DL450) DLP Projector

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  1. Tim Smith

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    I've finally decided to sell my Kodak DP850. I preferred the contrast of CRT over dlp and put this in the closet over a year ago. It has around 100 hours on the bulb.

    If you don't know anything about this unit it's a rebadged Davis DL450. It has a 800x600 dmd chip.

    More info can be found here at Kodak's site
    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/servi...50/dp850.shtml

    The projector also comes with the programming cable, so that you can take advantage of some of the 3rd party apps out there.

    I'd like to get $650 for it.

    Here are some specs
    Resolution: SVGA (800 x 600) with compression for XGA (1024 x 768) digital images
    Display: Single-chip DLP
    Aspect Ratio: 4:3
    Response Time: 16 ms
    Contrast Ratio: 230:1 (ANSI Checkerboard) 500:1 (ASNI Full on/off)
    Computer Compatibility: SVGA, Modes: 56 Hz – 75 Hz; VGA, PC, MACINTOSH, POWERBOOK and others
    Video Compatibility: NTSC, SECAM, PAL B/D/G/I/H/N/M
    Projection Lamp: 120 W Metal Halide UHP - Ultra High Performance
    Lamp Life: 2,000 hours
    Brightness: 500 ANSI lumens, typical
    Lens: Motorized zoom 1.2:1.7 with 17-degree keystone adjusted image
    Focal Range: 5.74 ft (1.75 m) – 16.4 ft (5 m)
    Zoom Factor: 1.5x
    Uniformity: 85% image center-to-corner
    Image Configuration: Plug-and-project auto image positioning, auto tracking and auto synchronization
    Audio System: Built-in 10 W loudspeaker
    Inputs: Full digital connectivity
    Computer (EVC plug)
    S-video (MiniDIN/4pin)
    Composite video (RCA)
    Stereo Audio L/R (RCA)
    RS232 connectivity
    Outputs: Stereo Audio L/R (RCA)
    Vertical Frequency: 48 Hz – 85 Hz
    Horizontal Frequency: 15 kHz – 60 kHz
    Power Input: 100 VAC – 250 VAC, 50 Hz – 60 Hz, full range
    Operating Temperature: 50°F (10°C) to 104°F (40°C)
    Dimensions:
    13.2 in. (W) x 8.86 in. (D) x 5.12 in. (H)
    [335 mm (W) x 225 mm (D) x 130 mm (H)]
    Options: Snap-in TV tuner
     
  2. WillB

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    You got PM
     
  3. Tim Smith

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    Still accepting offers.

    Thanks
     
  4. Tim Abbott

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    Where in MA are you located??
     
  5. Tim Smith

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    I'm open to trade offers. One thing I'm looking for is a laptop with at least a 1GHz processor.
     

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