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Barco 6400 for sale! 04 Aug 2007 15:20 #15743

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We bought a Barco 6400 DLC projector and it does not work for mounting in our theatre. It's on eBay!
http://cgi.ebay.com/Barco-6400-Digital-Projector-Movie-Theatre-Theater_W0QQitemZ250151006361QQihZ015QQcategoryZ4791QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 06 Aug 2007 09:49 #15744

Did you buy it used too?

very interested - how much are the bulbs? would love to talk to you more about it.

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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 06 Aug 2007 10:20 #15745

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we bought it at eBay and never were able to use it. The fixed lens is a huge fish eye so it is meant for a large screen but close up to it. Since you will have to move it fore and aft to fit the screen it need to have a flexibile mounting position. I don't know about bulbs except that they are available.

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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 06 Aug 2007 17:42 #15746

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The Barco 6400 projector is out of production now. The bulbs run in the $700 range, but only have a 1000 hour rating. The projector can do HD at 1080i and 720p. The focus and zoom are both manual which is done from the lens mount in front of the projector. The model came out in June of 2000.

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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 13 Aug 2007 11:09 #15747

is his still available?
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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 14 Aug 2007 10:00 #15748

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It did not sell/ boo hoo. We'll wait a few weeks and pout it back up. Mike

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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 14 Aug 2007 13:30 #15749

i am very interested but new to the game - would love to ask some questions about it if you want to call or ive me your details - my email is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 14 Aug 2007 23:16 #15750

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It did not sell/ boo hoo. We'll wait a few weeks and pout it back up. Mike

Mike - its appears that you are too honest to sell effectively on Fleecebay. Most of the power sellers know that you can't get any interest in a fleecebay auction unless you start the bidding at 99 cents (or at most 9.99). So what the secret? The answer is in a technique called "Pump Priming".

You see an awful lot of Pump Priming in the movie posters arena. Watch the weekly sales of those who offer bulk lots of movie posters. It is really quite hilarious to track the auctions such as "the 150 consignment posters I have just listed all starting at 99 cents" and within less than a couple of hours there are opening bids on 149 of these auctions - and all by the same opening bidder. The more sophisticated the bulk seller - the greater number of different opening id bids are used. (To track how this works go to "Advanced Search" then "Search by Bidder" and put in the id of some opening bidders and see whose and how many auctions those ids are bidding on).

It really is a marvelous eye-catching technique. People tend to pay attention to auctions upon which there is activity - even if the bidding is relatively low. The Pump Priming bidder usually just starts the auction out, gets it going a little bit, and then drops out when the bidding reaches a certain level.

And of course Fleabay loves it the higher the bidding gets since higher final value fees are generated - which is apparently why the company turns a blind eye to the Pump Priming. It has become so pervasive it is almost an established business model.

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Re: Barco 6400 for sale! 14 Aug 2007 23:27 #15751

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by muviebuf:
<B> Mike - its appears that you are too honest to sell effectively on Fleecebay. Most of the power sellers know that you can't get any interest in a fleecebay auction unless you start the bidding at 99 cents (or at most 9.99). So what the secret? The answer is in a technique called "Pump Priming".

You see an awful lot of Pump Priming in the movie posters arena. Watch the weekly sales of those who offer bulk lots of movie posters. It is really quite hilarious to track the auctions such as "the 150 consignment posters I have just listed all starting at 99 cents" and within less than a a couple of hours there are opening bids on 149 of these auctions - and all by the same opening bidder. The more sophisticated the bulk seller - the greater number of different opening id bids are used. (To track how this works go to "Advanced Search" then "Search by Bidder" and put in the id of some opening bidders and see whose and how many auctions those ids are bidding on).

It really is a marvelous eye-catching technique. People tend to pay attention to auctions upon which there is activity - even if the bidding is relatively low. The Pump Priming bidder usually just starts the auction out, gets it going a little bit, and then drops out when the bidding reaches a certain level.

And of course Fleabay loves it the higher the bidding gets since higher final value fees are generated - which is apparently why the company turns a blind eye to the Pump Priming. It has become so pervasive it is almost an established business model.</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

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