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 Post subject: Sanyo PROXtraX Digital Multimedia Projector - LOW MILEAGE
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 9:17 am 
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I am selling a Sanyo PROXtraX digital projector.

The projector was originally bought for a community-based experimental arts group I was involved with and had approximately 60 hours use until the project folded when I moved to Bristol in 2008. It has only been used a handful of times since. The lamp, therefore, is in excellent condition and has LOW MILEAGE, if you can think of it that way!

The projector is in excellent condition and works perfectly - all been well looked after and comes from smoke-free, dust-free (as far as possible) and pet-free environment.

The unit has been security marked (postcoded) with UV pen, which will be removed or neatly blocked out again with UV pen before sale.

All leads, original manual and a leather carry-bag are included in the sale. I am a bit out of the loop on prices for things like this, but I was looking for about £100 ono. I can email photos to anyone who shows an interest by asking for them, or making an offer.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 8:22 am 
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