|Originally Posted by Ja Phule|
One guy recently chimed in that his bulb finally died after over 7500 hours (which is unheard of). He would use his projector for 18 hours a day. Seems the more you use the bulb for each time you turn on the projector, the longer it lasts. The more you use the bulb, the less you will turn it on (and strike the bulb).
|Originally Posted by Bobby_M|
I don't even think the PJ manufactures put much R&D time into bulb longevity. They probably just make sure the enclosure temps remain within bulb OEM specs.