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i just purchased an nec 6pg plus and dalite 8x6 screen included in the deal were bnc breackout cable and s-video cable. never had a crt before. going from a 27 inch wega to this.just curious on how i did and how good a set up this is. is this good quality? purchase price was 1700.00 . i was told the unit has less than 1000 hours on it.
 

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It's a great projector, but of cours I only say that because I have one :)


Did you get the full setup remote with it? Any manuals? You can download the manuals, and I strongly suggest you do. The PG is a tough unit for someone new to projectors, but it throws a great image when dialed in properly. You will need at least a line doubler for it, or better yet, a HTPC. I would not even bother with the Video input. Most PG6 models did not have the decoder board in them anyway. My suggestion: Read as many posts on the PG as possible and learn from the forum. It will make the setup much easier.


Congrats :)


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yeah - assuming that the tubes are all in good shape then that's a good deal.
 

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Could of had my NEC 9PG Plus for alot less. No screen or cables though. So I guess you did OK.


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Great projector, one of the best images available. You'll NEED the setup remote and some patience, they take a while to get the hang of, but you couldn't get a better image in that price range.

PS: Hour meters are pretty useless on NEC's as they are so easy to reset. Judge condition by tube condition and general overall condition.
 
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