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    and they cost a lot to ship (139 pounds bare). have integrated handles to carry them with. he also has a 1292 which weighs in a good deal more. i think 200 pounds.

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    i found a 1031Q on ebay for (currently $200). Supposedly not too much burn and 2000-3000 hours on the tubes. Includes a remote and hardware to hook up to a pc. the seller claims it will support 1080i, but a site i found only listed it as 540p... it is analog, and not digital like the 1270s, but I am mildly interested. It is in my area so i wouldnt have to blow the $125 shipping. the seller said he wouldnt sell it out of ebay, and he expected it to go for $400-$500.... what do you all think?
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    oh yea, heres the link: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...769158118&rd=1

    just dont out bid me!!!!!!
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    the video switcher is going to be what will bring the price up some. check on AVSforum.com and see what they think. the picture looks pretty good. try and see if he will let you check out the projector before the end of the auction. adk him to remove the lense block so you can see the CRT faces.

    or if he can take a pictue of a "white" image being sent to the projector, then one of each tube by itself. the white will show if there is a burn or wear by being off color. even wear is fine.

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    2-3000 hours is a lot of run time. I'd be really interested in seeing the picture before laying down the cash for it.

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    they can last 10,000 hours though if not over driven

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