nec projector £15 quid

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grahamricho

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went to the tip again today and the projector was still sat there in the open air .the bloke said i could have it for £15 quid as it was off in the crusher tommorrow .got it home and pluged it in and it works !trying to converge it and their is only a few buttons on the back, if you press the operate button it has a choice of options to scroll down to, i.e. input, static etc. by pressing on enter on static it comes up with a cross hair i can move it vertical but not horizontal ?is there a way to get into the proper set up menu ? do you need the remote to install it ?there seems to be no pots for fine adjustment like my seleco is it all digital convergence ? remote central hasn,t the model listed pg6100g
is any of the following the same chassis (remote)
9pg
gp3000
lt150
mt150
mt1030
mt600
mt820
vt440
vt540
vt440
xg series
does anybody no of where i can get a manual or a remote many thanks i think youll be sick of hearing about this projector soon so sorry graham
 

Gordon @ Convergent AV

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OK,

Go download Guy Kuo's CCF for XG135 NEC projector. It uses same IR commands. If you can't find it email me.

The NEC's are extremely complex to set up for a novice. They have a wealth of registration/geometry adjustments which can confuse most folk. Horizontal alignement of ANY projectors crosshairs is initially done by MECHANICAL adjustments......

I probably have a PDF file of NEC set up. email me at [email protected] and I'll see what I can do...

Gordon
 

Roland @ B4

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Damn someone has found my supplier :)

I've got the Manual and CCF if you want it
 

Roland @ B4

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I went today and found a chap throwing the same BBQ that I bought in the sale.

They were fresh out of CRT projectors. (loads of LCD's though:devil: )
 

ReTrO

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I only seem to ever find fridges. Comes in useful in my HC as air con though when they are modded.

;) :D
 
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