For Sale Epson EH-TW6000W With 80" Beamax Screen and Mount

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  1. rees2050

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    Hi All,

    I'm reluctantly selling my Epson EH-TW6000W which I have owned from new. It was purchased from projector point and still has 10 Months Epson Warranty remaining. The unit is in immaculate condition and is from a smoke free home. It comes complete with a pair of Epson 3D glasses, Wireless HDMI transmitter and all original box and documentation. The unit has only ever been used in ECO mode and shows 2000Hrs on the bulb so plenty of life left as the Epson bulbs are rated at 5000 Hours in ECO mode.

    Also included is a immaculate 80" 16:9 Beamax Fixed frame screen which cost £420 new.

    I will aslo inlude a Unicol GK1 projector mount and universal plate. This cost £180 new so is a quality bit of kit.

    All in i think this a bargain at £900!

    If anyone is interested in individual parts this can be discussed. Thanks

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    Price and currency: £900
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    Location: Hungerford

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    Hi Rees

    How much for the PJ and the mount?
    Sorry dont need the screen..
     
  3. rees2050

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    Hello,

    That's no worries, what about £750?
     
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    Thank you still a little high for me.
     
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    No worries, feel free to make a offer if you like.

    Thanks
     
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    max I could go would be 615 inc delivery Ive factored a new lamp circa 190ish looking about...
     
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    Ok that's just a bit to low I'm afraid, bulb has 2-3000 hours left as well which is a lot of viewing so won't need replacing for a while.

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks for the link Andy, I will certainly bookmark that for future reference as it's far cheaper than anywhere else I've seen.
     
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    I will be putting the projector on a coffee table for occasional use. How difficult is it to set up each time without lens shift? Is it severely limited by where I can place it, does it have to be in a perfect position each time to get a decent picture?
     
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    Hi xxx,

    I have never had a problem and the projector has keystone correction etc. Its currently off centre and as you can see in the screen shot it does not appear to degrade the image. It' a great projector and having the wireless HDMI option means your not trailing HDMI leads over the place. (great if you have it on a coffee table as there nothing to catch and pull the projector off!!! ;))

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    thanks, I can offer £590 for just the projector itself
     
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    Hi xxx,

    Lowest I could go would be £675.

    Thanks
     
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    I won't be able to go up to £675.
    Is this any/much better than the Optoma 131xe which is my other option which is £600 new?
     
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    Hi xxx,

    Yes if you look at the specification the Epson has far better contrast ratio and brightness. The Epson cost me £1650.

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    to be honest the only concern about brightness i had is that it may be too bright in darker rooms as some people suggest..
    i can go up to £610
     
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    I'll mention this to a friend who covets my 6000.
     
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    Will you be able send first due to your zero feedback?
     
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    Thanks Andy.

    Xxx, I'm afraid that I wouldn't be able to send before payment is received although please feel free to come and view it first hand. I have sold previously on here but the buyer didn't leave feedback. Please feel free to look back at my posts and contact them for your piece of mind.

    Cheers
     
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    What about 50% upfront and 50% after receipt?
     
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    Hi Xxx,

    I although I'm sure you are 100% genuine I just wouldn't feel comfortable sending such an expensive item without payment in full.

    Although I know it's not always possible I would be much happier if you saw it in person and you yourself are happy with everything before you proceed.

    Thanks
     
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    If you're not comfortable with receiving payment in full then imagine sending ALL the money without the item, hence why I suggest to halve the risk and do 50/50. (I'm sure you're a genuine person also!)

    I'm in the east midlands so not really feasible for collection.
     
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    Still up for sale?
     
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    I would interested to know of this is still for sale? Cheers.
     

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