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    Projectors with remote focus.

    I'm looking for a replacment for our Epson EMP830 in the hall. It needs to be nice and bright and because it can be projected onto a screen at the front of the stage or the back wall, the focus needs to be remotely focussed, ideally from the remote controller. Any recommendations please.

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    I'd strongly suggest taking a look at the Casio projectors, we've just replaced all our classroom projectors with XJ-A130s and they're brilliant... especially as they don't require any "real" maintenance. Home - CASIO Projectors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Cookeh View Post
    I'd strongly suggest taking a look at the Casio projectors, we've just replaced all our classroom projectors with XJ-A130s and they're brilliant... especially as they don't require any "real" maintenance. Home - CASIO Projectors
    No network port, thats a shame. The casios are good, unfourtunatly the ones we managed to get a hold of had no network which limits them rather heavily. Wireless projection from a tablet over the network really does work well.

    Looks like the M series supports it though.
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    Hmmm? they would not be bright enough for a normal sized hall i would recomend 3500 or 4000 lumins min and Casios do require normal servicing same as any other projector i have serviced many of them now, dust gets sucked in same as any other.

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    personally i think LED would not be bright enough for this purpose. you need to look at something like these...

    LCD Projectors : Installation : English : Hitachi Digital Media Group

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaktech View Post
    personally i think LED would not be bright enough for this purpose. you need to look at something like these...

    LCD Projectors : Installation : English : Hitachi Digital Media Group
    thank you sir for your information....
    Sir can LED become a touchscreen? I'm just ask if it can be...

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    Don't forget I need remote focus?

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