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AE-SELECT VLT-HC910LP Replacement Lamp for Mitsubishi HC3000U, HD1000U, HC1500 and HC1600 Projectors


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  • Part No.: VLT-HC910LP
  • - Life Hours: 2000
  • - Warranty: 3 Months
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Technical Details
Brand NameMITSUBISHI (PERIPHERALS)
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions3.8 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches
Item model numberVLT-HC910LP
Item Display Height3.9 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB000ES7C5E
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Warranty, Parts: 90 day
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Product Description

Lamp Replacment for HC3000U, HD1000U, HC1500, and HC1600 Projectors from Mitsubishi

Customer Reviews

The projector and lamp are working fine now.
Stuart|Anne
Less than 2 months and 100 hours into this new lamp, my projector shut down completely.
Hugo A. Ramirez
Keep in mind this lamp is manufactured by Polaroid and not Mitsubishi.
Brian Lamatina

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Brian Lamatina on May 12, 2009
Some lamps are hit or miss. For me, this one was a miss. The lamp burned out after 167 hours. My projector is mounted in a cool and dry location and the original manufacture lamp lasted 3000+ hours. Keep in mind this lamp is manufactured by Polaroid and not Mitsubishi.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Hugo A. Ramirez on August 13, 2009
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I am very frustrated - I bought this lamp through Amazon as a backup for my original Mitsubishi projector lamp back in January 2009, as I expected the original lamp to require change soon thereafter. Surprisingly, the original lamp kept going perfectly but around May or June of this year I still decided to change the lamp for this new one that I bought a few months back. By the way, when I placed the order, I was certain I was buying an original Mitsubishi product because nowhere did it say the lamp was manufactured by another company (Polaroid).
Less than 2 months and 100 hours into this new lamp, my projector shut down completely. I called a technician (same technician that had replaced the lamp professionally) to look at it, and the problem was that the new lamp had exploded inside the projector. Technician had to remove the lamp, clean the inside for glass powder, and to see if the projector was not damaged, he actually inserted the old lamp again and luckily the projector started working again.
Does it make sense to spend over $300 on a new lamp for it to burn out and explode in less than 100 hours? I don't think so. Problem is Amazon provides no support after 30 days of purchase, but they don't try to contact or intervene directly with the manufacturer either, which I think is wrong.
I was given some contact numbers for Polaroid, but I am calling and calling, and nobody answers. Maybe the company went belly up.
I hope I can get Polaroid to send a replacement (in case it was a defect in fabrication), and hopefully the replacement, if I get it, won't damage my projector, which cost a few grand.
Buyer BEWARE.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Rodabaugh on June 30, 2013
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I've had a Mitsubishi HD-1000U for several years. I use it as my HDTV in my basement. The unit has over 11,500 hours on it. Like I said, we use it as an HDTV. The factory bulb lasted about 5,000 hours before it burned out. The second bulb, a Mitsubishi-branded bulb, also lasted about 5,000 hours before I replaced it without allowing it to burn out. Both bulbs were rated to last 3,000 hours on low. Both bulbs had outstanding color and brightness out of the box and faded slowly over their lives, and both were quite dim when they were replaced.

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.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brds on July 29, 2010
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Bulb arrived very quickly. There was a piece of plastic that prevented it from sliding into my HC1600. After I shaved down the piece with a razor, it slipped in just fine.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Frank Steegmans on January 13, 2013
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Ordered this lamp as a replacement of the original after my 2000 hours on it ran out. Installed it per the manual.

The first thing I noticed was that it wasn't brighter (if not more dim) than the original lamp that it replaced. My experience with other projectors I have had is that the replacement lamps are typically much brighter than the old one they replace.

In any event, we used it for a night. The next day I turn the projector on it doesn't light up anymore. I put in the original lamp with 2000 hours on it and it still works fine. I guess I'll better get a real OEM instead of one of these cheap Chinese replacements.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pedro Alves on February 14, 2012
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it has a perfect fit, im using it for + 2000h and it stills working. i would recommend it for hc1600 users
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stuart|Anne on May 8, 2011
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After many years of service the original lamp in our projector got to the end of its service life. The old one was making odd noises and the projector was complaining that the lamp needed to be replaced. I first purchased a different, cheaper replacement lamp, but it arrived defective and I had to return it. I then bit the bullet and purchased this one. It's been fine.

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.
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