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Lcp 6000

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by glebecs, Nov 7, 2002.

  1. glebecs

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    Hello, a customer of mine has offered me a boxed and unused Philips LCP 6000 Projector, I have no idea about projectors but have always thought I would like to try 1, a couple of questions....

    1: Is the LCP 6000 any good?, I know it is quite an old model

    2: Roughly what should I offer for it?, I have no idea

    Thank You

    Andy
     
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    Has anyone even heard of this model?
     
  4. Smurfin

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    It MAY be a different model to the one I'm thinking, but I think I saw this back in 1997.

    It is WAY out in the dark ages in terms of projectors. The PTAE-100 will blow it out of the water.

    One word springs to mind: Screendoor.

    This will not be a case of looking for the line structure, more like it will hit you in the face like a chicken-wire fence.

    Avoid.

    (of course I may be thinking of a different model;) )
     
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    Thanks for the response, anyone actually seen 1 of these working?
     
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    err yes, but it was 1997......;)
     
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    So, the bloke wants £100 for it, is it worth a go?
     

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