This projector was purchased used 2 years ago. It has signs of wear including scratches on the exterior plastic pieces. Also, the rear remote control sensor cover is missing. The current lamp has about 500 hours of usage on them and will need to be replaced soon. The air filters is also recommended to be replaced when putting in a new lamp.
The HDF-W30 Flex offers impressive performance for large venues - even when there's a lot of ambient light. Designed for life on the road, the rugged and modular projector is easy to install and service. Geared with 3-chip DLP technology, single Xenon lamp illumination, and a highcontrast optical engine, the HDF-W30 Flex makes no compromises on brightness, color accuracy, and stability. Its Xenon lamp color accuracy delivers the best performance required for premium large-screen projection. Plus, the projector's also equipped with Barco's cutting-edge ImagePRO technology for remarkable scaling power.
(1) HDF-W30 Flex Projector, 30000 Lumens
(1) 1.4-1.8:1 Lens w/ road case
(1) Remote Control
(1) Power Cable
(1) Aluminum Road Case
MA Lighting has released version 2 software for its grandMA2 console line. The new software release will be presented at PLASA 2010 at booth E24 in Earls Court One.With many eyes upon the grandMA2, MA is proud to present its latest software release, 2.0. This software update implements an array of new features such as layou...
The annual Ledreborg Slotskoncerter festival in Denmark has marked the 12th successive year in which L-ACOUSTICS systems have been used for the event. Hosted by Denmark's National Chamber Orchestra and featuring various national and international guest performers, the concert is one of the biggest outdoor events of its kind...
Horizon, along with any of its interfaces, converts your Pentium class personal computer into the most powerful lighting control system available. Horizon software runs under Windows XP. Anyone familiar with Windows will find it easy to bring up channels and program cues with the mouse. If you are familiar with command-line...