Re: [Videolib]Video Projector

nadine (wpl_nadine@yahoo.com)
Fri, 15 Aug 2003 05:04:54 -0700 (PDT)

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Hi,

Please excuse cross-posting...

Can anyone recommend (or NOT recommend!) a specific machine that can be used to project videos and DVDs onto a "large" screen? The room we would be using it in seats approx 200 at the max (100 on one side of the room, 100 on the other). At some point also, we may be looking at the same unit to use with a computer. One thing to take in consideration--we don't have a lot of money (like under $1000) to spend. Are we being realistic in thinking we can find something? We borrowed a unit this summer from the school system (not sure of the brand), that could be hooked up to either a VCR or DVD player and was fairly easy to use, but cost in the vicinity of $5000 when new, and replacement bulbs are about $300. Thanks for any help you can provide...

Nadine Lipman

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Nadine Lipman
Head of Children's Services
Waterford Public Library
49 Rope Ferry Rd.
Waterford, CT 06385
e-mail: WPL_nadine@yahoo.com

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<DIV>Hi,</DIV>
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<DIV>Please excuse cross-posting... </DIV>
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<DIV>Can anyone recommend (or NOT recommend!) a&nbsp;specific machine that&nbsp;can be used to&nbsp;project videos and DVDs onto a "large" screen? The room we would be using it in seats approx&nbsp;200 at the max (100 on&nbsp;one side of the room, 100 on the other). At some point also, we may be looking at the same unit to use with a computer. One thing to take in consideration--we don't have a lot of money (like under $1000) to spend. Are we being realistic in thinking we can find something? We borrowed a unit this summer from the school system (not sure of the brand), that&nbsp;could be hooked up to either a VCR or DVD player and&nbsp;was fairly easy to use, but cost in the vicinity of $5000 when new, and replacement bulbs are about $300. Thanks for any help you can provide...</DIV>
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