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http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/29...eal_1080P.html

I would hate to drop 1500 and this be a piece of poo.


Looking at the specs it looks good.

Any comments?


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Did you mean pooh? Yes, it's a pile of Chinese pooh pooh.
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Which current under $3000 projectors AREN'T made in China?
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3,000 Lumens !?!? WOW!
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Well, now that's interesting and thanks for bringing this "tidbit" to attention !
I would normally dismiss this out-of-hand but the fact the the spec sheet lists the names "Epson" for 1080 D7 LCD panels and "Luminus" for LED light sources, i had to do some more research.
CRE Electronics Technology Co. is the name of the manufacturer; They are a very small company (less than 500 employees) based in Hunan, China, that appears to manufacture only small inexpensive front projectors using LEDs for light sources both from Osram (initially) and now from Luminus Devices, the same chipsets used on the $$$ pjs from Runco, Vivitek and Digital Projection.
I only saw references to the use of LCD displays from Epson and no mention of DMD/DLP from TI, so i'd imagine that the main designer decided to keep things as simple as possible by using off-the-shelf parts, thus saving money at the end of the R&D, manufacturing and distribution cycles.
This is not the first 3LCD/LED front pj, as Samsung introduced the FM10 last year, a presentation model.
When Cine4Home reviewed the FM10 they were very/very impressed by its design but it was pointed out that due to the fact of its use of 3 separate LCD panels in conjunction with 3 separate light sources, it made for a nearly impossibility of having any type of dynamic contrast feature in which the LEDs would keep track with the image on a frame by frame basis, as opposed to the use of single DMD chips from TI that allows such feature. So that contrast figure of 100.000:1 is very/very suspicious, but even at current native contrast ratio figures of 4.000:1 these Epson LCD panels are no slouch either.
In any case, i would say this company and its ware is very much legit; The question is one of distribution through channels such as Alibaba.com and all that it implies.
It would be interesting if someone at the AVS store decided to order one and put it through its pace...
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Looks like a white van scam in the making.
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Well, now that's interesting and thanks for bringing this "tidbit" to attention !
I would normally dismiss this out-of-hand but the fact the the spec sheet lists the names "Epson" for 1080 D7 LCD panels and "Luminus" for LED light sources, i had to do some more research.
CRE Electronics Technology Co. is the name of the manufacturer; They are a very small company (less than 500 employees) based in Hunan, China, that appears to manufacture only small inexpensive front projectors using LEDs for light sources both from Osram (initially) and now from Luminus Devices, the same chipsets used on the $$$ pjs from Runco, Vivitek and Digital Projection.
I only saw references to the use of LCD displays from Epson and no mention of DMD/DLP from TI, so i'd imagine that the main designer decided to keep things as simple as possible by using off-the-shelf parts, thus saving money at the end of the R&D, manufacturing and distribution cycles.
This is not the first 3LCD/LED front pj, as Samsung introduced the FM10 last year, a presentation model.
When Cine4Home reviewed the FM10 they were very/very impressed by its design but it was pointed out that due to the fact of its use of 3 separate LCD panels in conjunction with 3 separate light sources, it made for a nearly impossibility of having any type of dynamic contrast feature in which the LEDs would keep track with the image on a frame by frame basis, as opposed to the use of single DMD chips from TI that allows such feature. So that contrast figure of 100.000:1 is very/very suspicious, but even at current native contrast ratio figures of 4.000:1 these Epson LCD panels are no slouch either.
In any case, i would say this company and its ware is very much legit; The question is one of distribution through channels such as Alibaba.com and all that it implies.
It would be interesting if someone at the AVS store decided to order one and put it through its pace...

I nominate you to waste, I mean spend your money and check it out.
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This is not the first 3LCD/LED front pj, as Samsung introduced the FM10 last year, a presentation model.
LOL ,what about runco, vango and some others I cant remember.

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<10DB Your baby can sleep beside it while it works !

Nice marketing, although I have doubts about <10 db noise levels

Also 60k bulb life! Are they multiplying 3x 20k for 3 bulbs or wth!

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LOL ,what about runco, vango and some others I cant remember.
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Before you LOL too hard keep in mind that this thread concerns 3LCD used in conjunction with LEDs, NOT DMD/DLP used with LEDs, as applied to the pjs you mentioned...
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Is this the same Cree that manufactures the high output led lamps for flashlights?
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is this the same cree that manufactures the high output led lamps for flashlights?

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Did ya see the ports for the HDMI are tweaked and crooked in the pic?
maybe PJ Central or reviews can get a demo and review it

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Did ya see the ports for the HDMI are tweaked and crooked in the pic?

That's Chinese quality to you. Also, I would be worried about the UI. Probably tons of misspellings and ugly interface. At least that's my experience with Chinese made players and tablets from dealextreme.

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That's Chinese quality to you. Also, I would be worried about the UI. Probably tons of misspellings and ugly interface. At least that's my experience with Chinese made players and tablets from dealextreme.
whenever I need a good laugh I just read a few instruction manuals from cheap Chinese products....

Most recent one I read was actually for a quality brand. My Onkyo HTIB had the instructions for attaching the FM antenna wire to a wall. It showed to use thumbtacks. the instructions said "be sure not to injure yourself with thumbtacks" now I am thinking if you can't even use a thumbtack you probably should not be trying to set up your own home theater

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I have to be completely honest with you all. After all the times i've been burned by really horrible chinese electronics after being lured by marginal monetary savings, i can't help but be at least a little intrigued every time something like this comes around.

If i weren't already 86.3% set on an epson, i may actually consider giving this a shot.

I already know the logic i'd use to sell it to myself, too. I'd tell myself "If i already processed and upscaled the image with my pc or an image processor, and fed the thing a beautiful 1080p digital signal via HDMI, how bad could it possibly be?"

So.... Who wants to find out how bad it COULD be? Tax returns are just around the corner, for any fellow students out there.
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well they sell those led 250 lumen 1024x768 pjs for 700$ to some body, they will be able to snag some body here I think.

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Well I am intrigued,the LED looks legit http://www.luminus.com/content1092
The 3,000 lumens and 60,000 hours specs are from the LED manufacturer.
I wonder how many lumens actually make it out through the lens?
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I found this under specifications funny
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I have to be completely honest with you all. After all the times i've been burned by really horrible chinese electronics after being lured by marginal monetary savings, i can't help but be at least a little intrigued every time something like this comes around.

If i weren't already 86.3% set on an epson, i may actually consider giving this a shot.

I already know the logic i'd use to sell it to myself, too. I'd tell myself "If i already processed and upscaled the image with my pc or an image processor, and fed the thing a beautiful 1080p digital signal via HDMI, how bad could it possibly be?"

So.... Who wants to find out how bad it COULD be? Tax returns are just around the corner, for any fellow students out there.

Go right ahead and find out.
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The 3,000 lumens and 60,000 hours specs are from the LED manufacturer.
I wonder how many lumens actually make it out through the lens?

From that same description :
"Over 3,000 white lumens at 8000K color temperature from a single RGB chipset under continuous operation"

A description of the projector from the manufacturer mentions 800 ANSI lumens.
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If Chinese made projector is already available with these specs, I am sure we should see these go mainstream soon.

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Hmm, and doesn't that case look kind of similar to cases from one of these new inexpensive Epson projectors ?
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CRE X1000-HT LED High Definition 1080p Triple LED LCD Home Theater Projector

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The No. 1 Home Theater LED Projector in the world! With triple LCD combined with triple LED you get the CLEAREST and CRISP video you have ever seen! This projector will last you 7-8 hours everyday for 20 years! This projector is a world first; no other LED projectors that consumers can buy reach full 1080P capabilities. This is a true home theater projector!
The new X1000-HT LED projector from CRE is the first 1080p projector to reach the United States at an affordable price point! It is the first time an LED projector approaches the brightness of a traditional lamp, at 3000 Lumens.

This projector boasts a contrast ratio of 100,000 to 1. What this means in real world terms is that this projectors contrast levels beats all of the traditional LCD, DLP, and LCOS projectors released in recent time!

As an LED projector, the X1000-HT uses three separate light elements, of red, green, and blue, rather than one white lamp. This allows for mind blowing improvements in color reproduction, which becomes obvious the first time you fire this projector up. Color saturation on this projector is rich, and among the best we've seen.

Sharp Images. The X1000-HT's image is razor-sharp and detailed. 1080p content, especially that on a well-recorded Blu-Ray disc, really needs a sharp, clear projector in order to look its best. The CRE X1000-HT is such a projector.


20,000 hour lamp life. Obviously, a 20,000 hour lamp is an attractive advantage; never have to replace a bulb again!

* Projection Technology: 3*LCD with 3*LED
* LCD : Epson D7 0.74inch HTPS Module *3 ,
* LED : Luminus PT120 Red/Green/Blue LED*3
* Native Resolution: 1920*1080
* Brightness: 3000 Lumens
* Contrast ratio : 100,000:1
* Lens: F#2.0 ,Zoom 1.0-1.3 ,Optical Zoom
* Interface: Video ,S-video, Y PbPr, VGA , HDMI*2
* Projection Distance: 1.5-9.95M
* Projection Screen Size: 22.5"-300"
* LED lifetime: 60,000Hours
* Standard Mode LED Power: 160W
* Energy Save Model LED power: 126W
* Voltage: AC 90-240V ,50/60Hz
* Projection Image Up/Down : -100% ~+100%
* Uniformity : 92%
* Projection Way: Front / Rear /Suspend / Desk
* Working Temp: 0-45°C
* Color: Matt White
* Size: 318*248*88


$2,295.99

http://www.yourhomeprojector.com/CRE...p/crex1000.htm

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Sounds awesome. Tempting to pull the trigger and see if it lives up to the specs...
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I just clicked on the link provided by Alibaba.com to reach the contact person at the company's headquarters in China, a Mr. CRE Hans, and suggested he should send a sample of the pj to reliable American video magazines and online publications for a thorough testing review; Hopefully he will understand that the only way to sell it here and in Europe would be by having it fully reviewed so as to cement its reputation and that also he should offer more secure means of ordering it than by using Alibaba.com, which afaik is the Chinese equivalent of ebay...
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This is probably the closest article you will find for the CRE X1000. I joined up with this forum just to reply to this thread, yeh after much searching for the perfect projector i came across the CRE X1000 & was blown away by the new tech, 60,000 hour lamp 1080p specifications.
Yes it a real 1080p!

The projector comes in Black or white colour. (mine is the white one.)


It uses Epson D7 panels driven by MStar semi conductor, using Luminus pt120 to deliver an excellent native resolution of 1920 x 1080 full HD


The extraordinary thing is about this projector is that it has 3xLED & also 3xLCD working together!
Making this a worlds 1st.

The X1000 boasts a sealed light path (protected optics) which will please many people.
Whats more the Luminus Pt-120 produces no harmful Infrared or Ultraviolet light, meaning longetivity + lastability on your panels.
http://www.luminus.com/products/PT-120.html
UV/IF (Ultraviolet/Infrared chart)
Power consumption is only 160w which is amazing giving out bright colours, deep blacks + can even do 24p.

The x1000 is supposed run very cool because it has a PC type heatsink.

They offer 2 years manufactuer warranty gives me peace of mind.

CRE claim to be chinas no.1 manufacturer of projectors.

Right now i`m running it on a 78" screen


X1000 screenshot


Bluray playback has already been optimized giving a superb picture.
I plugged the Xbox 360 into it & gives a perfect picture. WWE Wrestling on the big screen is awesome.

Windows 7 users you need to manually set it to (important) 60hz in your graphic card settings when running it through the HDMI or else it will look fuzzy.


Its a REAL 1080p
Its really quiet your baby can sleep.
60,000 hour lamp life
3 LCD & 3 LED combined technology to give a very decent picture
Instructions are chinese,(u can find the english version in PDF format which ive made available to download here)
Replacement bulb is $200 US for 60,000 hours
High lumen, clear picture
PC heatsink.
Sealed Optics
Mstar semi conductor
Luminus PT 120
The customer service is very fast & friendly
2 year manufacturer warranty
X1000 Screenshot

snapshot at 78" inches yeh!

D7 panel for entry-level projectors is 10 bit
Specifications
Product name L3D07U-8X
LCD type TN organic alignment layer
Effective pixels 1920 x 1080 (1080p)
Panel size (diagonal) 0.7 inch (1.9 cm)
Pixel pitch 8.5 µm
Aperture ratio 52%
LCD driver 10 bit
Video signal transmission CMOS
Frame rate 60 frames per second
LCD driver type Hybrid
Process technology D7


Datasheethttp://www.epson.jp/device/htps_e/pdf/d07u8_e_jb.pdf

*updated
Heres are pictures of the inside of the X1000.
Please take note the sealed optic unit, & impressive cooling fins. Cooling like this is usually found in high end PC`s



Ports
Ports are easy to access, featuring
2x HDMI ports
VGA In, VGA out,
AV in, S-VHS + Audio out ports.
Also has a useful YpbPr Ports


Conclusion
I have been updating this post of the x1000 as we`ve uncovered pleasing surprises. its already undergone alot of speculation, but technically this seems to be a great little projector & have been running this projector,most evenings 8-9 hours a day. The picture quality is bright vibrant colors. With the 60,000 hour bulb, sealed optics, & + its 1080p! It really does make this a strong contender. Its very easy to set up & user friendly whats more there is PC style heatsink for extra cooling The company claim that this projector can run for upto 12 hours a day continual use, & encourages their customers to do so. Very brave!

Additional Screenshots of X1000 picture quality for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

Taking a picture of a projection is very hard to do. I had to try 3 cameras to get a half decent picture The cannon does a better job than the pentax & aiptek cameras i tried.

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wow, that was a bit of risk.

How will you know if it's a 60,000 hr LED lamp? if they lied on the specs, they could be highly overdriven, low quality LED's that won't last very long.


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Not to sound rude or anything(I dont know how much you know), have you tried to "change" resolution-I have seen wrong Native res seen by the vid card lots of times.What is your pc setup?

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