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post #1 of 3 Old 03-31-2014, 04:48 PM - Thread Starter
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I am looking to offload my EPSON 8350 projection setup. It will include the projector with approximately 4500 hours on it. The current bulb is the best i've had and is going strong at 1700 hours. Unit works flawlessly and has been run in hi-altitude mode all of its life (I'm at sea level in Delaware). It will come with a universal mount with multiple pole lengths for various ceiling to projector distances settings. Will also include two 50' HDMI cables from monoprice. The HDMI cables work flawlessly with the projector as well, they are extremely thick for whatever it is worth.

Now for the challenging part. The good news, the setup comes with a 106" Da Lite Hi Power fixed frame screen I custom built. The material is the old 2.8 gain material which I purchased before the material was at the end of its run. I removed it from a model b screen if I recall correctly. The frame is a giant sheet of brown board consisting of a 1"x2" frame all laminated and screwed or stapled together. Frame is fastened via french cleats. The bad news, shipping lol. This is a very large screen and any serious buyers far away from me in Delaware will need to discuss shipping methods with me as i'm not quite sure how to ship something like this. I am open to various options and suggestions however.

I'm asking $900 for the entire setup. I will update with pictures at a later date. I will entertain separating the setup as well. Thanks.

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To the top. I will separate the projector from the screen so feel free to pm reasonable offers.

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