Doesn't Dell provide a price guarantee? From the sound of Huey I guess not but I was always under the impression that they did for 30 days after your purchase.
I hope that in about 6-8 months when I need to get a new lamp that these puppies are below $300. I bought the LT150 with the impression of it costing $.50/hour to run it. Now it is down to $.31/hour. Keeps getting better and better. And if the LT150z lamp fits and we can get an extra 200 lumens, well then icing on the cake. If not, then it is bright enough for me as is.
Consider this a big phhtttpppt! to you from those of us who spent $2700 (or more) on our LT150's. Hehehe...
Oh well, I'm not complaining at all. $300 isn't bad for 1000 hrs of movies etc. Certainly helps alleviate one of the frequently mentioned drawbacks. I hope nobody decided not to get an LT150 because of the bulb costs....
Should have put it on AMEX, they have a $250 price protection guarantee. I know, I used it on my LT150.
Since the LT150Z uses a new bulb and the LT150 is discontinued could this mean that the price drop is NEC clearing out the rest of the LT150 bulb inventory and that LT150 bulbs could be harder to find in the future? Has this happened with other projectors before?
Jantz (wondering if he should stock up on LT150 bulbs now =)
That is great news... Maybe knowing there are tons of more LT150s out there now, helped them re-calculate a good price. I'm glad I'm waiting till I'm short on hours, I'm sure the price should be lower then.
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