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Scott Needham
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Scott Needham Posted: Fri, Jan 3 2014 2:34 PM

Hi,

I am looking into a projector for my living room. I currently have a BV7-40. I would love to have some feedback from the forum concerning projectors and screens.

Thank you in advance for your good ideas !

 

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Hi

 

 

I recently bought a used samsung sp-a600b wich is in the puc table and is verry great

 

 

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Bv7Mk3 replied on Sat, Jan 4 2014 12:43 AM
Scot which Bv 7-40 model do you have?

I'm running a Jvc hd 1 1080p projector on a. Bv 7-55 mk 2 works great!

This is not the first Bv tv that I have used the projector on.Have used it on a bv7-40 mk3 also 7-55 mk 1. No problem.

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hello again,

i have a bv7-40 mk5.

i looked through the puc table and i did not see many projectors. where are you getting codes, from dealers ?

 

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I'd say if you have 5-6K to spend I would look at the new Sim Cube or the JVC Reference series. For less than 6k it doesn't get much better in my opinion. 

Ah, you know... A little B&O here, a little there 

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quader replied on Sat, Jan 4 2014 4:50 PM

Hi 

I am using an Optoma HD65 on my BV7 MK3 with 2 speaker setups as the screen is on another wall

well satisfied with it

 

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Hi there

I have the BV7 MK4 and I am also using the Optoma HD65 beemer without PUC. I use a lintronic -238 to activate everything when the bins on the BV7 cinema output are activated.

I also use a motorised screen from Optoma its their Panoview.

 

My setup is excellent and cost a little over £500.

Screen drops down in front of the TV to just over the beolab speaker so I keep the same speaker config.

Good Luck its well worth it.

 

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I got a Sony VPL-VW1100ES Native 4K Projector last December to be a gift for my family, cause I planed to watch movie with my family on the Christmas night with the feeling of cinema. It worked very well and I set it up in my living room. The one I got with the size of 29.1*26.8*13.4, the contrast radio of 1000000:1 and the brightness of 2000 lumens. Actually you`d better pay for the one you like after taking refer to the reviews or buying guide of projectors. If you can get a 4k projector the article of comparison of 4k projector here is what I recommend to you highly.

->> https://www.cfone.net/5-comparison-for-4k-projector-on-amazon-com.html

 

 

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harryjosh replied on Tue, Apr 30 2019 10:21 AM

I'm one of those people who just sees blurred images, 3D is not for me.

4k projectors on the other hand is outstanding on Optoma UHD51A projector. It was $1,709 at one point on Amazon. I watched planet earth 2 and it was quite an experience. Make sure you get a good pulldown screen. 


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beojeff replied on Tue, Apr 30 2019 11:23 AM

georgey007:

Hi

 

 

I recently bought a used samsung sp-a600b wich is in the puc table and is verry great

 

 

Were you able to get the specific PUC for the sp-a600b model? I have that same projector. A year ago, BeoCare told me that they didn't have the entry for that projector and suggested I used the PUC for another Samsung projector. The problem is that the sp-a600b requires a conformation from you that you do indeed want to power down the projector -- which the other samsung projector does not.

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