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Hi, is anybody can pls help me confirm the ampro model number 69516 9''inch crt projector in which series belongs?
this model 69516 compare to my marquee 9500lc (ps3+ophit+1080p)which one is more higher picture quality?
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The first two numbers of the SERIAL number will tell you what the model is. A 'D42XXXXX is a 4200, an A 40XXXXXX is a 4000, etc.


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IMHO, regardless of the model number, no Ampro will beat your 9500LC.

If it happened to be the best Ampro model ever, and if it runs, and if it stays running, it might be a lateral move at best.

With that being said, I don't see any references to a 69516 in any of my notes. Can you provide a picture, or any other info? What lenses does it have? What is the date of manufacture? What tubes does it have?

Ampro 3300: 69475
Ampro 3400: 69495
Ampro 3600: 69581P
Ampro 4000D: 69196, 69239, 69240
Ampro 4000G: 69195, 69238
Ampro 4200G: 69351
Ampro 4300: 69495, 69480, 69481, 69482
Ampro 4600: 69582


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69516 = 4300HD

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Thanks Scott.

Ampro 3300: 69475
Ampro 3400: 69495
Ampro 3600: 69581P
Ampro 4000D: 69196, 69239, 69240
Ampro 4000G: 69195, 69238
Ampro 4200G: 69351
Ampro 4300: 69495, 69480, 69481, 69482
Ampro 4300HD: 69516
Ampro 4600: 69582


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I appreciated for giving me information.

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So I am new to all of this. I recently acquired an Ampro 3600: 69581P projector. I am actually looking to sell it, but I havent been able to find much info on it as far as pricing goes. Also I am not sure if it works. I did not get a power cable with it, so I used one that I had lying around here. When I turn it on a small red light on the inside of the housing turns on, but nothing else happens. Like I said I am new to all of this so if anyone can help me out it would be much appreciated.
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You will need one of these:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Remote-Ampro...item1e657a5466

Or cruise over to:

http://www.curtpalme.com/Ampro3600.shtm

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IMHO, regardless of the model number, no Ampro will beat your 9500LC.

If it happened to be the best Ampro model ever, and if it runs, and if it stays running, it might be a lateral move at best.

With that being said, I don't see any references to a 69516 in any of my notes. Can you provide a picture, or any other info? What lenses does it have? What is the date of manufacture? What tubes does it have?

Ampro 3300: 69475
Ampro 3400: 69495
Ampro 3600: 69581P
Ampro 4000D: 69196, 69239, 69240
Ampro 4000G: 69195, 69238
Ampro 4200G: 69351
Ampro 4300: 69495, 69480, 69481, 69482
Ampro 4600: 69582

I know where there's a slightly warmed over 4600HD that kicks the snot out of any stock 9500LC

Current owner of the last/best AmPro on the planet. The mighty 4600HD, and it's still running...better than Barco's, especially southern ones.
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Thanks scott, I actually came across that remote and that web site during my initial search. I read on that site that the projector is practically useless without the remote. Im more so after what its worth. If the price is worth me spending $50 on a remote for it then I would definitely do it. But if its not worth much, Ill honestly trash the projector. I guess overall it would be nice getting a price point for what its worth with and without the remote. Thats what I am most after and cannot find anywhere online. If anyone can give me an idea of what its worth, that would be an amazing start.
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IN all honesty, the tubes if in mint shape will be worth more by themselves than if the projector is whole and working.

Pull the lenses off the tubes and post a pix.


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