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    So, I'm looking to add a good digital projector to my show. Primarily, it'll be used indoors. I was looking at the Epson Powerlite 93+.. I've found a couple on Ebay for a decent price, and the bulbs appear to be decent. Does anyone else have any thoughts, or recommendations? Looking for something with 2000+ lumens, ideally an HDMI input, and some decent resolution.

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    Default Re: Digital projector recommendations?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpnbnanamn View Post
    So, I'm looking to add a good digital projector to my show. Primarily, it'll be used indoors. I was looking at the Epson Powerlite 93+.. I've found a couple on Ebay for a decent price, and the bulbs appear to be decent. Does anyone else have any thoughts, or recommendations? Looking for something with 2000+ lumens, ideally an HDMI input, and some decent resolution.

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    Get with Sam Johnson @Samj435 He's been researching and working on outdoor projector systems for several years.

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    Default Re: Digital projector recommendations?

    I need one for indoor use.

    Denny: email me, and I'll send you the info you requested.
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    Default Re: Digital projector recommendations?

    After careful research, I picked the office series of inFocus projectors. They have at least 3200 lumens, and some models do HD. They have RS232 and USB on the back for control remotely (turn on/off via batch file running on Windows Scheduler). IN110x Projector Series | InFocus. They are bright enough to see clearly on a well-lit room. They are also very competitively priced and the replacement bulbs aren't bad either. They also withstand some pretty crazy extremes, as I had them mounted outside for over 10 months and they still work.
    2014: Lights - 75,000; Channels - 500 Renard AC, 75 Renard DC, 10,000 Pixels; Vixen 3.0

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