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I bought this 2000 Lumen Projector new in September, 2004, and it is still working perfectly. In fact, it has only been used perhaps 10-20 times during that time frame. It still has the original bulb, and I also have a brand new Canon bulb which has never been used.

All the original cables, remote, etc. are included.

It is in absolutely new condition. I just find that I don't have any use for it any more.

I paid $1700 for it in 2004. It includes the extra, unused Canon Bulb. Also has the original padded carrying case, also in perfect condition.

Here is Canon's page on the Projector, which provides the specifications and all the details you would want on it:

Here are some of the pertinent specs:

Projector Specifications
Native Resolution XGA
Brightness 2,000 LUMENS
Uniformity 85%
Contrast Ratio 350:1
Digital Keystone (Vertical) (+/-) 40 deg-V; (+/-) 20 deg H
Lens Shift 8:6:1.4, Fixed
Zoom 1.6x
Screen Size 40"-300"
Throw Distance 3.7 - 24.1ft (1.1 - 8.8m) / 100": 9.5 - 15.1ft (2.9 - 4.6m)

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