Summary: Personal Experience Found unused proxima DP2810 at government auction and it works like a charm. Price of item when first introduced in 1995 was $17,000. MSRP today $7,495. Total for auction lot $150.00. Problems None
Summary: Personal Experience The model I actually have is the Proxima DP2750 which is essentially the same as this model. I wanted an inexpensive option for watching movies and regular satellite TV from time to time and this projector fits the bill perfectly!
Summary: Personal Experience Solidly built projector form the early 90's. Great for watching tv or sports. Bulbs are cheap, and although not the brightest unit out there, suprisingly good even in less than perfect enviroments. Problems Ensure that you allow for a sufficient bulb cooldown after using.
Summary: Personal Experience Looks like this is practically the same projector as the Polaroid Polaview 90 Projector. Polaroid has made 2 clone models (also the 80). It is great for its price nowdays. And it is buld like a tank.
Summary: Personal Experience The 2810 is a work horse. I bought the machine for $325 and it was very clean. Worked great. The projected screen easily fit my basement wall. Couple it with surround sound and it makes for a nice evening at home. For 2-4 hundred dollars, you can't go wrong.
Summary: Personal Experience just got it for $200. nice clear picture, easy to use and good design. It is a bit on the big side, I wish it was smaller so that I could fit it into a bookbag. But I am satisfied with the picture quality and the fact that I can buy bulbs so cheap.
Summary: Personal Experience Recently acquired this projector after doing the research for my small home theather. Specific needs were: PS2 games, viewing DirecTV and playing downloaded movies off the PC.
Summary: Personal Experience Bought on ebay for $450 - WOW! I Watch DVD's Play Playstation - Found Bulbs for $11ea on the internet - Try that with any other projector. PS - I Shoot a 10ft screen from 14ft away!!! Its a full wall!
Summary: Personal Experience I got this projector for a steal of a deal off eBay for $200! What can I possibly complain about? Although this is an older design, the picture is still great and the unit itself is built like a tank.
Summary: Personal Experience Bought this projector in used condition for 450 bucks on an auction and have been using it for 2 years - never have any problem w/ it. It displays crisp video from TV, VCR and PS2 console. Sometimes I have take it to my office and use it to display power point slides.