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Topic # 240109 21-Aug-2018 12:50
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I have a BenQ W2000 Cinema projector I purchased in March 2016 for $1920 from Mighty Ape.

 

For the majority of its life it has sat unused in a cupboard as I live in a rental and am unable to fix this to the wall.

 

This projector will make an amazing addition to a room that has black out curtains and the ability to fix a projector mount to the roof.  You can easily project onto a white wall, or if you want to get the very best out of the projector, a screen is recommended.

 

This projector is incredibly well reviewed for its high contrast ratio and adherence to the Rec709 colour gamut and sharp full HD picture - 3D playback on this projector is also epic because of the screen size.

 

Bulb hours are 247, this projector is rated at 3000 lamp hours at full power before brightness falls to 50% of its original brightness.

 

Condition: Great condition with no obvious markings, and includes back-lit remote.

 

I can also through in a couple pairs of offbrand active 3D glasses (If I can find them and they're not broken) - these can be found on Ebay for cheap.

 

If you're looking for reviews, search BenQ W2000, or HT3050 for its US counterpart

 

Looking for $950 ONO - selling is not essential so no need to low ball.

 

Pickup in Kingsland Area, Auckland.

 

More info: https://www.benq.com/en/projector/cineprime-home-cinema/w2000.html

 

 


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  Reply # 2076744 21-Aug-2018 12:58
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I just had a quick look on the BenQ website and can't for the life of me find resolution specs.  Can you let me know please?




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  Reply # 2076745 21-Aug-2018 12:59
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gehenna:

 

I just had a quick look on the BenQ website and can't for the life of me find resolution specs.  Can you let me know please?

 

 

https://www.benq.com/en/projector/cineprime-home-cinema/w2000/specifications.html


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  Reply # 2076749 21-Aug-2018 13:03
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@macuser that's the page I went to, if you can find resolution specs on there you have better eyesight than me.


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  Reply # 2076777 21-Aug-2018 13:54
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Projection System DLP

 

 

 

Resolution 1080p (1920 x 1080)‎

 

 

 

Resolution Support VGA(640 x 480) to WUXGA_RB (1920 x 1200) *RB = Reduced Blanking

 

 

 

Brightness (ANSI lumens 2000 ANSI Lumens‎

 

 

 

Contrast Ratio (FOFO) 15000:1 ‎

 

 

 

Display Color 30 Bits (1,07 billion colors)

 

 

 

Native Aspect Ratio 16:9

 

 

 

Light Source Lamp

 

 

 

Light Source Wattage240W‎

 

 

 

Light Source Life

 

Normal 3500 hours

 

 

Economic 5000 hours

 

SmartEco 7000 hours‎

 

 








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  Reply # 2077516 22-Aug-2018 15:32
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Bump?!




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  Reply # 2078463 24-Aug-2018 12:33
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Sliding on down to $900 




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  Reply # 2080734 29-Aug-2018 11:50
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850?! Final offer before I trademe




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