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My Sharp DT 200 is 7, 8 years old. The color is still nice, but the picture quality seems to be degrading. It was never a crystal clear picture to begin with, but getting to the point where I am curious about options. Will a new bulb do the trick, is it a hardware issue...? Also, where would I look to find bulbs/parts anyway? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks, Chris

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Hi There Not sure what you visually describe as "blurry" This could be two things - a typical white screen will waste all the definition and brighteness unless you sit in a dark room Our ICE Digital Daytime Screens will take any projector and make the image up to 2000% brighter with a resolution reseolving ability of 20 million pixels. So in this case the definition you are alluding to could be lack of contrast, image definition due to insufficient light from the projector relative to the lux level of the room. Alternatively the lamp could be getting old. The brightness of a lamp falls off rapidly so as you use it more and more the image will become duller and duller contributing to a "blurry" or image lacking in punch etc.
The technical lamp hour spec life is only a manufacturers "up to xxx hours" and not what you will achieve in actual life.
If you want we are able to supply lamps as we ship internationally and also the same with our ICE Digital Daytime projection screens. Sharp DT-100 Lamp cost is $US261 delivered. Lamp Code AN-100 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvZ2DlVJ790 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qL_44xfK9y8 Regards Kevin Andreassend ICE AV Technology Ltd http://www.digitaldaytime.com iceavtech@gmail.com +64-9-414 2348

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