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 11 
 on: April 23, 2016, 06:29:11 am 
Started by Jeeperz23 - Last post by Jeeperz23
SR,
Thanks for looking I to it for me. I've been doing more in depth research  and I found an Optoma unit
that has gotten rave reviews OpToma HD26. Bestbuy.com has it for just over $600, Being I have been so happy with my older model I really wanted to stay with the same brand and now I'm think I'm going to.

Thanks again
Eddie

 12 
 on: April 23, 2016, 12:33:26 am 
Started by Jeeperz23 - Last post by SR
I'm sorry Eddie I don't know what I was thinking.  I don't have two BenQ's I have a pair of older Canon Realis X700's and one epson powerlite.  When we bought the Realis's used a year or I did look at a few other units and one of them may have been a BenQ but we went with the Realis when they came along at $100 for the pair.  Since they are mounted to the roof of his deck all summer long and we no longer have to set them up and take them down each night I just don't look at them that much.  So I apologize for the mistake.  I can't help you with the info your looking for but I can say that the Realis's blow the epson away both in terms of brightness, and the vividness of the color and clarity, of course none of my old stuff is HDMI, so it's all relative.  On the other hand the Epson takes about $100 bulb, where as the Realis's take a bulb that is about $300.  So if you plan on keeping the new PJ you might keep replacement bulb cost in mind too. 

 13 
 on: April 22, 2016, 10:48:02 pm 
Started by lowcrawl - Last post by lowcrawl
Boy you are really branching out & went out on a limb with that pulley idea. Shocked Shocked Shocked



haha I see what you did there... very punny... :-D

 14 
 on: April 22, 2016, 10:13:17 pm 
Started by lowcrawl - Last post by genesis76
Boy you are really branching out & went out on a limb with that pulley idea. Shocked Shocked Shocked


I love your setup.......The only way I can get my screen 30 feet in the air is with helium.

 15 
 on: April 22, 2016, 09:34:33 pm 
Started by LAJ0217 - Last post by lowcrawl
I just posted pictures of my pulleys system I'm using to hoist my 16x19 screen up.  I use a crank to pull it up.  I hope you have solved it but if you haven't or want to improve let me know.

 16 
 on: April 22, 2016, 09:28:50 pm 
Started by lowcrawl - Last post by lowcrawl
Haha I'd say they are the big ass variety...

I chose my house because it was in an older neighborhood and had the tall trees...

The setup was due to multiple posts and a few other sites to help me learn about pulleys...

 17 
 on: April 22, 2016, 05:35:46 pm 
Started by Jeeperz23 - Last post by SR
I have two BenQ, and an epson.  All older units.  The BenQ's are great, I'm headed over to the theater right now to do a couple of things so I get the specs off of them, because I don't remember and post again later tonnight. 

 18 
 on: April 22, 2016, 05:33:43 pm 
Started by lowcrawl - Last post by SR
You really do have a great looking place and setup.  I love the woods and am very lucky to live in them, but still be quite close to the city.  We considered hanging one of the three screens at the Sit & Vue from a tree, but instead built a frame.  The main reason being the trees just aren't as straight as yours and would need considerable trimming.  Again I do love it, and it's a great way to be able to keep your screen up for your season without having a frame in the yard.

 19 
 on: April 22, 2016, 02:24:01 pm 
Started by genesis76 - Last post by genesis76
Wow Keep her Grin Grin got to love those redheads Grin

 20 
 on: April 22, 2016, 02:03:55 pm 
Started by Jeeperz23 - Last post by Jeeperz23
Hey Guys,
Does anyone use a BenQ projector ??
I am thinking about a new projector for this season and saw a BenQ at a fair price but have never had any experience  with one.
I am currently running an Optoma that is 2500 lumens and was thinking as it is roughly 7 years old it might be time for a little brighter
unit...although I've had no issues with the old one, the new Optoma reviews are not what the old ones were..
Well that's my deal in a nut she'll
Any input is greatly appreciated

Eddie D
Danley Theater

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