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    Projector for sale

    I have taken my pit in a different direction than originaly wanted to. I wanted a fighter but decided to go witha GA aircraft. I fly a Piper cherokee 235. My pit is an old thrustmaster. I have a Martin Baker ejection seat in it. I networked 3 computers, I have a 3head2go with 3 19" for my outside view, a 21" WS for my gauges in the pit, & a 7" for a moving map. I now am getting a left, & right out of the wing view on 2 22" WS. I am selling a Benq 6200. Paid $700.00 for it, want 400.00 + S/H for it. It has about 350-400 hours on it, I have the exact amount written down somewhere. If intrested email me @ lowwing_99@yahoo.com

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    Hey guys,
    I added in the specs to help ya out abit there mate and your price of $400 is 1/2 of its cost today so its definitely fair.I had this unit myself and sold it before its actually pretty good for FS. Heres the specs on it guys to help ya out.

    The BenQ PB-6200 DLP projector puts an emphasis on versatility, clarity, and true-to-life colors to help breathe life into any classroom, boardroom or mid-size theater. It's set-up with a Native XGA resolution and 1700 ANSI Lumens. It utilizes proprietary BenQ video-processing technology to support the latest DLP(tm) chip from Texas Instruments. It's HDTV-compatible with direct YPbPr/component, S-Vdeio and composite video unputs.


    FeaturesDLP(tm) Technology: enhanced digital picture quality that won't fade over time
    Native Resolution: XGA 1024x768
    1700 ANSI Lumens: brightness, and clarity
    2000:1: ultra-high contrast ratio
    Wide-Angle Lens: for a 60 in image at 6.6 ft
    HDTV Compatible: (YPbPr)
    Picture-In-Picture
    4:3/16:9 Selectable Aspect Ratio
    DCMS - "Dynamic Color Management System" for more vibrant and true-to-life color reproduction
    3000 Hours Lamp Life (Economy Mode)
    1:1.2 Optical Zoom Lens
    Whisper quiet operating at 34dB
    Full-function intelligent remote control
    Keystone: restores a trapezoidal image caused by a tilted projection angle back to a perfect rectangular shape
    Digital Zoom: enlarge or decrease a section of the picture
    Blank: turns the image on & off
    Freeze: freezes the frame of a video presentation
    3-year limited manufacturer warranty

    good luck with your sale mate.

    Regards
    Tim
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    Quote Originally Posted by warvet View Post
    Hey guys,
    I added in the specs to help ya out abit there mate and your price of $400 is 1/2 of its cost today so its definitely fair.I had this unit myself and sold it before its actually pretty good for FS. Heres the specs on it guys to help ya out.

    The BenQ PB-6200 DLP projector puts an emphasis on versatility, clarity, and true-to-life colors to help breathe life into any classroom, boardroom or mid-size theater. It's set-up with a Native XGA resolution and 1700 ANSI Lumens. It utilizes proprietary BenQ video-processing technology to support the latest DLP(tm) chip from Texas Instruments. It's HDTV-compatible with direct YPbPr/component, S-Vdeio and composite video unputs.


    FeaturesDLP(tm) Technology: enhanced digital picture quality that won't fade over time
    Native Resolution: XGA 1024x768
    1700 ANSI Lumens: brightness, and clarity
    2000:1: ultra-high contrast ratio
    Wide-Angle Lens: for a 60 in image at 6.6 ft
    HDTV Compatible: (YPbPr)
    Picture-In-Picture
    4:3/16:9 Selectable Aspect Ratio
    DCMS - "Dynamic Color Management System" for more vibrant and true-to-life color reproduction
    3000 Hours Lamp Life (Economy Mode)
    1:1.2 Optical Zoom Lens
    Whisper quiet operating at 34dB
    Full-function intelligent remote control
    Keystone: restores a trapezoidal image caused by a tilted projection angle back to a perfect rectangular shape
    Digital Zoom: enlarge or decrease a section of the picture
    Blank: turns the image on & off
    Freeze: freezes the frame of a video presentation
    3-year limited manufacturer warranty

    good luck with your sale mate.

    Regards
    Tim
    Thank you very much for helping me out. I used this item when I flew Falcon 4.0 open falcon 4.5, & Janes f/a 18 but the combat sims wouldn't do what I wanted them to do, I wanted networked with multiple views, then I saw this sim.

    http://www.hanskrohn.com/

    Which is identicale to mine except I fly X-Plane 9.

    Again thank you very much & happy flying.

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