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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VLT-HC910LP 200 W Lampe de projection – lampe pour projecteur 200 W 2000 h)
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- Ce module de lampe originale MITSUBISHI pour vidéoprojecteurs HC1100, HC1500, HC3000, HC3100, HC910, HD1000 est certifié à 100% par le fabricant.
- Sa durée de vie moyenne est de 2000 heures.
- Le remplacement de la lampe ne demande pas de manipulation complexe.
- Le plus souvent il vous suffira de soulever une trappe, protégée par une simple vis, pour extraire la lampe défectueuse et placer la lampe neuve.
- La lampe est livrée dans un double emballage, ce qui la protège pendant son transport.
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Ce module de lampe originale MITSUBISHI pour vidéoprojecteurs HC1100, HC1500, HC3000, HC3100, HC910, HD1000 est certifié à 100% par le fabricant. Sa durée de vie moyenne est de 2000 heures. Le remplacement de la lampe ne demande pas de manipulation complexe. Le plus souvent il vous suffira de soulever une trappe, protégée par une simple vis, pour extraire la lampe défectueuse et placer la lampe neuve. La lampe est livrée dans un double emballage, ce qui la protège pendant son transport.
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From a cost/hour perspective, these $300+ factory bulbs should be about 10 cents per hour, judging by the factory rating on the bulb. This was the goal I sought from the two cheaper, imitation bulbs I bought, and given their price, I only need about 800 hours out of each to get to that cost target. Combined, they fell short.
I'm an experienced projector user. I understand how the bulbs work and that when they are new, a lengthy continuous operation break-in period may be beneficial. Both bulbs got such a break-in period.
I ran the first bulb for about 25 hours to break it in. Over that period the color varied widely, at times offering a distrubing yellow-green tint to the picture. As the bulb broke in, the color settled down to a purer, whiter light that made viewing (after picture adjustment) acceptable. However, the bulb was quite dim, especially for a new bulb.
I then removed the first bulb and broke in the second bulb. It too had the same bizarre color variances during the break-in period, but unlike the first, it was much brighter.
I took the second bulb out after about 40 hours and put the first one back in. After about 50 hours of operation I had to start using it on high because it was so dim. The extra fan noise displeased me, but this was a minor annoyance. After about 800 hours of use, the bulb was so dim that the picture was no longer enjoyable.
I then installed the second bulb. It was bright enough that low mode produced a decent picture. I'm sorry to report that the bulb blew up in the projector not even an hour ago after only 685 hours, prompting me to write this review.
I cannot recommend these bulbs. I had hoped that in a batch of two, one of them would deliver good value. The one that lasted to 10 cents per hour was too dim to be enjoyable, and the one that was bright enough to be enjoyable didn't last 800 hours. I haven't decided what to do yet, but I won't be buying any more of these bulbs.
I use my projector an average of 2 or 3 hours a day (maximum) and not every day... still, after a week of use, I can see the lamp a bit dimmer and the next week dimmer...
There is definitely a trend, it won't last for long until I need to replace it again... I may need to look for a different supplier, this is the second lamp I get from them and the result is the same... they are very cheap, so I guess I knew it wouldn't be a performer...
Replacing the lamp in the projector required a screw driver and a half an ounce of thought. The new lamp fit perfectly and was online in about 15 minutes. The projector and lamp are working fine now. The annoying whining noise from the old lamp is gone, but the projector is still a little noisy - perhaps the fan is a bit worn too.
Taking out the older lamp from the projector was a bit hard as the plastic casing of the previous non-OEM product had gone weak from all the heating and cooling and started breaking while I tried to remove it. Inspected the case on the new product that arrived and it looked like better plastic, however some of the metal parts of the casing in the previous non-OEM part were replaced with plastic parts on this product - so cannot be sure of how this lamp will come out of the projector in the next cycle of replacement without the plastic breaking. Due to this uncertainty and more use of plastic, I am only rating this 4*.
Note that the older non OEM lamp had given me about 2800 hrs under the LOW mode setting before the projector decided to not bring it back up. I was tempted to reset the clock on the projector for a couple of 100 hrs before ordering the next one. I am glad I did not take that chance risking lamp explosion because I noticed while replacing the lamp that the old one had already shown visible signs of wearing with the reflective surface of the lamp all damaged.
Other than that, this product fit snugly into the projector, and within seconds the projector was back up working after following OEM instructions for replacement and reset of lamp hrs clock.
The brightness and contrast control I was getting through this lamp was much better than what I got from the previous non-OEM product. Colors were richer, and HD (720p) looked more HD than what I was getting before. I thought most of the picture quality was a function of the projector and Lamps made a difference for brightness and contrast, but clearly there is a difference with colors also from one manufacturer to another. I would say this product took me closer to the EOM lamp performance I remember.
Need to wait and make sure I get good hours from the lamp. I take crossing about 500 hrs without a problem as a good sign. Does anyone recommend getting a second replacement right away if this lamp is good? I want to benefit from the procie and supplies while they last. Not sure if I should wait for 1-1.5 years before buying the next when I need it, or stock it up now. Obviously we lose the 30-day return and warranty etc. if the new product backup is kept in the shelf for a while.
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