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    Article: New Casio LED/Laser Projector Ranges


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    Are these "bulb-less"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    Are these "bulb-less"?
    Yep LED/Laser technology

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    Yeah we have install a few of theses now the casio range very good quality and lighter to put up than older projectors

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtechsystems View Post
    Yeah we have install a few of theses now the casio range very good quality and lighter to put up than older projectors
    Really? I'd argue there not that much lighter the new M Series!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtechsystems View Post
    Yeah we have install a few of theses now the casio range very good quality and lighter to put up than older projectors
    Yes the A series were indeed lighter, but the new M series are as heavy as any ive fitted before. Ordered an A series but ended up having a M series delivered because of the A's un-availability. Biggest dissapointment was the now lack of a decent Zoom that the old A's had in abundance. Fitted it yesterday in a hall situation but could not get a decent zoom so now have to move the ceiling mount back. Which is not what i bargained for. Has a 3D input option? future proofing?

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    I'm surprised people are experiencing supply issues with the Casio A Range of projectors.
    We had no supply issues with the A Range (XJ-A140) when we ordered 8 approx. 3 weeks ago.

    If i remember correctly, the supplier advised us that there were over 200 units available at the distributors.
    (I think there are only 2 UK distributors now dealing with Casio projectors).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYK-IT View Post
    I'm surprised people are experiencing supply issues with the Casio A Range of projectors.
    We had no supply issues with the A Range (XJ-A140) when we ordered 8 approx. 3 weeks ago.

    If i remember correctly, the supplier advised us that there were over 200 units available at the distributors.
    (I think there are only 2 UK distributors now dealing with Casio projectors).
    That would be the A130 that people of late are suffering with. Some firms have stock in still as they stock-piled it, those who tend to buy to order were the ones who are unable to get. Certainly last time I looked the 2 Casio distributors were out of A130s.

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    Just about to buy some of these, should I buy the educational version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    Just about to buy some of these, should I buy the educational version?
    Yes, because you'll then get the 10,000 hour/5 year warranty

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    Casio no longer do special educational versions. All their projectors have the 5yr/10KHr warranty

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