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post #1 of 11 Old 07-02-2011, 11:11 AM - Thread Starter
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1080p DLP with lens shift....can't find it for sale anywhere other than a Russian website which prices it around 2k.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/Acer-H9500.htm

Hopefully it can give the Benq W6000 a run for it's money. That's the projector I wanted but it was a little out of my price range.

I'd be super happy if in one year it gets down to 1K with reasonably priced lamp replacement.

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post #2 of 11 Old 08-19-2011, 12:32 PM
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Hi there,

I have just ordered one of these from Amazon.co.uk for 749.99:


Hope this helps

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Anyone have any more info on this projector, is it coming to the US under a different model number?
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UK£ 1700 = 2 663.56 U.S. dollars

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Acer H9500 projects a HD vision for your den
Full HD projector announced
Acer H9500 projects a HD vision for your den. home cinema, Projectors, Acer, Acer H9500 0

6 June 2011 16:36 GMT / By Paul Lamkin

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No home cinema setup is really complete without a HD projector to beam out your best-loved flicks, and with that in mind Acer has announced the Full HD Acer H9500.

Acer's latest video projector is capable of a 1080p playback at 24fps, has a 50000:1 contrast ratio, comes packed with DynamicBlack technology to "dynamically fine-tunes each scene to optimal black levels" and also offers True 24p.

It has two HDMI ports, so you'll have no bother hooking up your games console as well as your Blu-ray player of set-top box and there's ColorSafe II DLP tech on board so as you haven't got to worry about getting a yellow or greenish tinge to your projections over time.

There's also a handy wall colour compensation tool, so you won't have to throw a wobbler if your good lady (or good man) decides to paint your big wall the latest fashionable shade of what is essentially just cream.

The illumination is up to 2000 ANSI lumens and it's also got an eco mode too whereby an environment friendly management solution means that power consumption by up to 80 per cent on standby.

Out now, the Acer H9500 will cost you a penny shy of £1700.

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/4035...ideo-projector

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there are Acer H7350D listed under h9500
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/search/re...b6121846fdc715

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€ 1999 = 2 721 U.S. dollars

http://www.preis.de/produkte/Acer-H9...FTAaQgodR1U88A

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Is there any new information on this projector?
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I bet it will be 2012 CES, in Jan. (ces is Jan 10th-13th) I haven't been able to find anything anywhere.

Edit: Just saw this topic (for sale on newegg) but no 3d.
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post #9 of 11 Old 10-17-2011, 05:06 PM
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Remember if you would import this to the US you wouldn't pay the VAT so these prices would be 20% less.
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So, is this the same as BD version without the 3D gimmick? Would be nice when you can get it like 1400 euros here in europe and I really couldn't care less about the 3D.
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On hood.de you can get the H9500BD for 1400 Euros. If the price difference is not significant I would choose the 3D model. You will have a much better resale value.
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