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Old 12th December 2005, 02:53 PM   #2011
Dantx101 is offline Dantx101  United States
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Has anybody explored this site to see if there could be items helpful to us DIY projector builders?

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Old 12th December 2005, 06:48 PM   #2012
linuxenthusiast is offline linuxenthusiast  United States
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Default Z350 Power Supply

Turns out the OHP was heating up my panel so I took out the speaker from the panel, put in an extra cooling fan, and drilled some breathing holes in the front of the panel so now it runs cooler.
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Old 14th May 2007, 04:10 AM   #2013
pujaantarbangsa is offline pujaantarbangsa  Indonesia
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Smile to Gunawan

Hi Gunawan..
my name is Puja , and i'm from indonesia to,,
i need ur help for making diy projector..
i'm currently studying in singapore now..
but soon i will be back to jakarta.
maybe we could meet eachother someday
pls add me in ur msn messenger
my msn account is poo_jkt@hotmail.com
thanks a lot.. really hoping to learn from u...
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Old 18th March 2008, 03:14 AM   #2014
Coltman66 is offline Coltman66  United States
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Default Bulb for Projector

Anyone know where I can get a bulb for my projector? I have a Sharp XR10X. I have been reading up on tech. to remove the bulb and replace with a new one. I can not find anyplace that carries something similar.

Please help!

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Old 3rd April 2008, 07:47 PM   #2015
adamek is offline adamek  Poland
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Hi everybody!
I'm thinking about building an independent projector based on iPod Nano (3g). It has small (2") screen with relatively high resolution (320x240) and it is very bright with standard backlight (someone built projector without ingerention to ipod: http://www.engadget.com/2008/03/03/d...oosts-utility/ ).
Did anybody try to adapt Nano's lcd to use it in normal projector? How about results? I don't want to destroy display if it is bad for projector.
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Old 5th April 2008, 11:09 PM   #2016
Guy Grotke is offline Guy Grotke  United States
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320 by 240 is relatively high for a tiny LCD screen, but it wouldn't be very nice for the larger image want from projection. Regular NTSC TV is more like 560 by 488, for the luminance. When you try to make a standard definition TV projector with a large image you see those big pixels in the image. The 320 by 240 image will be much worse.

But it would be very nice to have a higher resolution 2" to 4" LCD: Then you could use CRT-projector lenses that are plentiful and go for around $10 on ebay. Or even $0 for three if you can find an old junked CRT projector sitting on the curb on garbage collection day!
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Old 18th June 2008, 10:36 AM   #2017
oliver brazuka is offline oliver brazuka  Brazil
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Default ** UDIY PROJECTOR ** BY oliver

Projet ( UDIY ) BRASIL

- Ecran toshiba 10.5"
- Kit HQI 150W 5.200 k
- Fresnels F1 220 mm
- Fresnels F2 320 mm
- 2 ventiladores 12 v
- Triplet de 320 mm
- Matériaux principal de la Box MDF
- Connectique de la Box : AV VGA TV
- Distance de projection 2,70 m
- Taille de projection : 1,30 x 1,180 m

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Old 2nd November 2008, 03:27 PM   #2018
ranaidu is offline ranaidu  United Kingdom
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Hi All

I am unable to get MH with Ballast at my place, the dealer has offered few alternatives.

1. Philips Aluline Pro 37/56 mm
Product Description
• Low-voltage halogen burner in a lightweight, high-gloss anodised aluminium reflector giving a white halogen light

Product Feature
• Integrated protective front glass
• Choice of clear or frosted glass
• High-intensity beam with an extremely clearly defined beam shape (clear glass versions only)
• Excellent color rendering

Product Benefit
• Excellent accent lighting effects due to reduced spill light (clear
versions only) Application
• Excellent light source for accent and general lighting in shops,
home, restaurants, galleries, exhibitions and museums

Rated Lamp Wattage: 35W
Beam Angle : 6D
Lumens Intensity: 18000
Rated Voltage : 6V

Another Choice
Philips MASTERColour CDM-R 35W/942 E27 PAR20L 10D
Watt : 39W
Voltage : 85
Color Tempeature : 4200
Chromaticity Coordinated : x - 371, y - 366
Luminous Intensity : 21500
Beam Angle - 7.5D, Spot

Philips MASTERColour CDM-R 70W/942 E27 PAR20L 30D
Watt : 73W
Voltage : 88
Color Tempeature : 4200
Chromaticity Coordinated : x - 371, y - 366
Luminous Intensity : 13000
Beam Angle - 26D, Narrow Flood

Please help me in taking a decision

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Old 17th November 2008, 10:09 PM   #2019
mariettopallaro is offline mariettopallaro  American Samoa
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Default benq pe 5120 nsh or vip?

hi everybody I have this projector
benq pe 5120
at projector central is wrote that it mount a p-vip lamp
but in the projector box it needs a nsh lamp
the problem is thet I've bought a vip lamp
is there someone that can help me?
are the vip and nsh compatible?
thank you
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Old 8th December 2008, 04:58 PM   #2020
liuduidui is offline liuduidui  China
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The video sections have now been created. Threads will be moved to their relevant sections as time permits, and things nicened up a little.

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