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Old 26th January 2005, 09:06 PM   #1
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Hi there,

My name is Tom, im a student who lives in Leicester, UK and I, like many of you, decided to build a DIY video projector.

I bought all the parts, constructed a makeshift box and that's about all that ever got done due to lack of time from work/school taking over everything.

Due to this im reluctantly selling my parts, what I have:

# In-Focus TVT 3000 LCD Video Panel, perfect working order, mounted onto a wooden frame for use inside a projector. Screwed down so easy enough to remove if needed.

# 2x Fresnel Lenses

# 2x Cooling fans; 1x80mm, 1x 92mm

# MTD 80MM DIA OBJECTIVE Lens with a 400MM Focal Length, great condition, good size, works well with the parts

# 350W security light

All these parts have cost me approx 150 in total and are all in good condition.

I can get pictures of the setup if you want them.

I can sell you the case, however postage would be significatnly increased with it, and making a case is fun!

If you would like to purchase the whole lot, or a large portion of it please say what, and how much your willing to pay for it by replying.

Thanks alot


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Old 26th January 2005, 09:11 PM   #2
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Sorry for the double post but im not allowed to edit my posts for some reason.

Id just like to add:

The LCD panel comes with a very long VGA lead (5m?), a mac->vga adapter and remote control

Everything works perfectly and has been tested.

Postage is negotiable but i think about 7-8 in the UK seems fair.

I can accept cash/cheque/paypal/nochex payment and im willing to post abroad for the right price with payment/insurnace covered by the buyer.

If you dont feel confident buying I can set up an eBay auction, then you will be covered by the ebay buyer protection
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Old 26th January 2005, 09:58 PM   #3
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can you give me more details about your light kit?
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Old 27th January 2005, 11:25 AM   #4
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the light in the setup is just a 350Watt Tungsten Halogen security light

Its very bright, and has a reflector to put 99% of the light forwards.

In my testing with a make-shift box it made a fairly bright image at about 50" i would estimate. Of course this wasnt in a very dark room and the box wasnt seaeled to stop light being leaked so im sure you can get decent results.

The reason i chose it was it fitted my criteria and it was a reasneable price (19.99), i couldn't justify spending 70, 80+ on a light setup and it seems to have worked out ok.

If you need any more info feel free to ask


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Old 29th January 2005, 10:17 AM   #5
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well it seems as though no one is intersted.

Im willing to sell for a reasneably low price compared to what I paid for it, around 70 for the lot would be a perfectly reasneable offer.

If i dont get an offer within 48 hours its off to ebay


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