Infocus 7210 HD DLP Projector w/ Free 76-inch Projection Screen

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Infocus 7210 HD DLP Projector w/ Free 76" Projection Screen
$999.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: Projector is New; Screen is Refurbished

Product List:

  • 1 Infocus ScreenPlay 7210 High Definition DLP Projector
  • 1 InFocus 76-inch 16:9 Projector Screen HW-HTSCREEN76

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I’d almost want it just for the fact that “Howl’s Moving Castle” is playing on the screen. That, woot, is win. It looks like a sweet deal, but I’m passing tonight.

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Wow, that’s a great deal. That’s tempting. If only it was 1080p. :frowning:

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Now that I know the woot makers are Miyazaki fans, I’m even more in love :slight_smile:

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720p is meh

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Really high scores from CNET. Probably worth it if you have the scratch. 2-year warranty isn’t bad either.

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how do you referb a screen?

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How odd. I just saw this movie for the first time yesterday.

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only the screen is a refurb

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Yeah! Howl’s Moving Castle!

I don’t want the projector, though.

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customer support is very spotty for infocus. I would be very leery.

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How do you refurbish a screen ??

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Bravo on the writeup! Playing “A Clockwork Orange” on the screen would have made it perfect.

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Great movie

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I am about to purchase a big screen for the living room. Is this a good deal? I have been looking at Costco’s LCD Tv’s. What else would I need here?

The 1080i concerns me though with 1080p now being the standard.

Is this unit good enough for a living room?

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ahh, russian in the description is good fun

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probablyjust leftovers from like a high school remodel or something :confused:

the projector screens at my school are about 72" :stuck_out_tongue:

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Can the screen be converted to electric pulldown vs manual?

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A new projector but a referb. screen…
How is it refurbished?
Kinda just sounds like used…