Seleco HT250 projector

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I have a mint Seleco HT250 projector that i need to sell. OK here's the deal it sells for for $12,000 new I will sell it to you for $8000 plus shipping. It only has a couple hundred hours on the bulb which is supposed to be good for 4000 hours. I have all the box and packaging as it was shipped from Seleco. Here are the specs.
Grand Cinema
The Home theatre market is about to experience a major revolution, and the differences will be evident. The leading player of this transformation is Grand Cinema, the new projector line based on Digital Micromirror DeviceTM by Texas Instruments. Grand Cinema has been designed completely by SIM2, the leading manufacturer in the Home Theatre market, specifically for home cinema and entertainment applications with a specific criteria in mind: the utmost performance without compromises for a product that fulfils the requirements of the most demanding home theatre enthusiast.
The Home theatre market is about to experience a major revolution, and the differences will be evident. The leading player of this transformation is Grand Cinema, the new projector line based on Digital Micromirror DeviceTM by Texas Instruments. Grand Cinema has been designed completely by SIM2, the leading manufacturer in the Home Theatre market, specifically for home cinema and entertainment applications with a specific criteria in mind: the utmost performance without compromises for a product that fulfils the requirements of the most demanding home theatre enthusiast.
GRAND CINEMA = Superb Image Quality.
A sophisticated proprietary optical design, coupled with a very high performance zoom lens, ensures high contrast images, superior uniformity, and edge-to-edge definition with an exceptionally good colorimetry and grey scale tracking. SIM2's long experience in video processing combined with the use of high performance, state-of-the-art VLSI guarantee artifacts-free, pure sharp images, supreme quality de-interlacing and image format conversion from a wide range of sources, and a screen image that speaks for itself.
The projector features a built-in wide selection of inputs that enables the connection to all
video and PC devices. Also, SIM2 has designed a unique accessory (optional)— the
Remote Input Interface (RII)— that easily connects the projector to the different video
sources used in home theatre applications. Positioned next to the video sources (digital
receivers, DVD, VCR, etc.), the RII is linked to the projector through a unique special
cable, designed specifically to eliminate unsightly multiple cable runs to the ceiling and
dramatically ease the installation process. Conceived for home theatre applications, the
Grand Cinema projector line provides complete compatibility with all video sources,
including High Definition ATSC (480i, 720p, 1080i) with both 4:3 and 16:9 anamorphic
image aspect ratio, all picture standards (PAL, NTSC, SECAM), and computer graphics up
to 1600 x 1200 pixels resolution (compressed).
Would you like to add a touch of high technology wrapped in a unique, elegant casing to
your home? Then SIM2 Grand Cinema line is the right choice for you: perfect and smooth
curves for an original and highly appealing cabinet. In other words, an exquisite design
for a projector conceived to be the high-class focal point of any dècor.
Slim and small, the Grand Cinema projectors deliver high technology in a lightweight
casing (5 kg. only). The easy transportability and the wide choice of input connectors
make these projectors agile, usable everywhere and with anyone, while exceeding
expectations. With Grand Cinema you can bring your private movie theatre everywhere:
from room to room and from house to house, without sacrificing the unique emotion
delivered by the big screen.
With Grand Cinema it’s like being in the front row of a real movie theatre: the long-throw
ratio zoom lens prevents the typical and unpleasant placement of the product between
the viewer and the screen (over magazines and near the glasses). In fact, the projector is
so versatile, it can be placed on a bookshelf or installed in the ceiling corner opposite to
the screen. Also, the double keystone adjustment provides a 10° optical correction for a
perfectly rectangular image without artifacts. And, where high-ceiling installations are an
issue, a digital keystone correction can be added (via Remote Control) up to a maximum
projector tilt of 27°. Last but not least, SIM2 has developed a special, whisper-quiet
mechanical design for extremely low acoustic noise..
PROJECTION LENS DLPTM Type: Optical Engine based on 1 DMDTM Chip
Resolution: HT 250: XGA (1024 x 768 pixels)
Focus: motorized Zoom: motorized
Elevation: manual Keystone adjustment: up to 27° (optical: +/-10°; digital: +/-17°)
Screen size vs. Throw Distance: 60" - min. 2,6m - max. 3,6 m 80" - min. 3,5m - max. 4,8 m
100" - min. 4,5 m - max. 6,1 m
Picture size: 50-250 inches diagonal.
Aspect ratio: 4:3, 16:9 letter box (up and down black windows)
Brightness: HT 250: 900 ANSI lm typ
Brightness Uniformity: better than 95%
Contrast Ratio (full On / full Off): > 600:1
Sealed housing, dusty proof.
ZOOM LENS Throw Ratio: 2.2-3.0:1 f#: 2,7 (wide), 3,3 (title)
Focus Range: 1,77-13,5 m
LAMP Power Consumption: 120W UHP (Philips) Lamp Life Time : 4000 hours
ELECTRONICS
Horiz. Scan freq.: 15-80KHz (max horizontal freq. corresponding to UXGA, 60Hz)
Vert. Scan freq.: 48-100Hz
Video standard: PAL B,G,H,I,M,N,60, SECAM, NTSC 3.58 &4.43 automatically selected
ATSC HDTV (480p, 720p, 1080i) Deinterlacer: Proprietary chip on board, optimized for moving images
3 conversion methods (processing algorithms) available:
- 9-point median interpolation
- line/field repetition interpolation
- line/field insertion interpolation
Color Temperature: 5600 to 9300 °K, adjustable by remote control
Video Enhancements D.T.I. always active C.T.I. always active Noise reduction
(selection by remote control via OSD)
Sharpness Adjustment Comb Filter ON-OFF selected by OSD Luma-Chroma Delay Adjustment by OSD
Hue Adjustment on NTSC
Microvision Anticopy Pulses Cleaner
The color temperature settings are related to each input.
INPUTS/OUTPUTS
1 CVBS , RCA
1 S-VHS, 4 pin miniDIN
1 RGBHV, Dsub 15 (PC input)
1 RGBS / YCrCbS, 4xRCA connectors
1 Remote Input Interface, type
Microcross P&DA (EVC) , Standard VESA
1 RS232 on Dsub 9 pins connector
1 jack 12V output, available when the projector is ON
1 jack 12V output, available when 16:9 format is selected
REMOTE UNIT INTERFACE
INPUTS/OUTPUTS (Optional)
2 CVBS, RCA
2 S-Video, 4 mini DIN
1 RGB, canon Dsub 15
1 RGBH/V / YcrCbH/V, 5 x RCA connectors
1 serial RS232, Dsub 9 pins connector
1 jack 12V output, available when the projector is ON
1 jack 12V output, available when 16:9 format is selected
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Control:Via RS232 serial interface,
Software can be upgraded via RS232 serial interface
Power Consumption: 170 W max
Mains voltage range: 120 - 240 Vac, -/- 10%
Fuses: 5 A T, 5 x 20 mm
Mains frequency range: 48/62 Hz
Cabinet dimensions (W x H x D): 350x167x318 mm
Packaging dimensions (W x H x D): 400x275x405 mm. Made by double reinforced cardboard, inner filled with anti-shock cardboard stuff
Weight: 5 Kg. 8 Kg. on packaging with supplied accessories
MECHANICAL TESTS & CERTIFICATIONS
Vibration: Conform to IEC 68-2-6
Safety: In compliance with EN 60950;
Certifications Approvals: IMQ, UL,
CSA, FCC
Emission: In compliance with EN 55022
class B (150KHz - 30MHz)
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
AC power cords (EU, UK and USA), length 3m
Lens Plastic cap
User standard remote control with batteries
Installation and user manual
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[Edited last by Jeff Whitford on September 17, 2001 at 10:01 PM]
 

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I need to sell this amazing looking projector.
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Reduced the price.
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help a hometheater buddy out and get a great projector.

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