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PT-AE100E Under one grand at komplett

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Pack Dude, Dec 2, 2002.

  1. Pack Dude

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    old news mate, this is about the 4th thread on it;)
     
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    For Irish members interested in this PJ http://www.Komplett.ie are selling it for €1600inc VAT(€1300ex vat). I paid €2300 for mine 9 months ago:blush: :eek: :rolleyes: :D :D
     
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    And now just under £600 excluding delivery!
     
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    And the Lord said to the thread. "On the 8th month thou shalt be resurrected!"
     
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    will these guys do a dead pixel check, ive been umming and rrring about getting ones of these as a stop gap untill i can afford a 2k projector, well id almost decided to save for a ae300 and nice screen but at £600 im very very very tempted. even if it dies after 1000 hrs at just over £1 for most films thats a bargain
     
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    I just emailed them. They don't do a dead pixel check and they stick to the ISO standards regarding dead pixels.

    So in other words, if you buy one from them and it's got a couple of dead pixels, you're stuck with it.
     
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    what is the iso for dead pixels
     
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    The ISO standard is quite longwinded as you would expect.

    Here a link to an article on Tom's Hardware guide, describing the standard.

    http://www4.tomshardware.com/display/20030319/lcd_pixels-06.html

    I think most home projectors fall into class 2 of the standard

    It all boils down to up to 5 defective pixels is acceptable, depending on where they are on the screen. Therefore 3 right in the middle of the screen is less acceptable than 5 around the edge.

    Hope this helps.
     

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