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Carsten Kurz
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From: Cologne, NRW, Germany
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 - posted 12-17-2015 05:41 PM      Profile for Carsten Kurz   Email Carsten Kurz   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Now that Kinoton has changed into a service-company, only selling 'real' Barcos - did anyone of you outside of germany, austria or switzerland receive english language manuals of their original DCP-30 SX/MX/LX II projectors?

I know it's Barco/communicator on the software side, but there are enough specifics around the case, lamp ballasts, mirror, etc, that justify a projector manual.
Have you Kinoton owners been given out english language manuals for installation, operation and maintenance?

- Carsten

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Adrian Avram
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From: Iasi, Romania
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 - posted 12-18-2015 03:46 AM      Profile for Adrian Avram   Email Adrian Avram   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hi Carsten,
Yes, I did get access to the manuals of the D-projectors, english version (operational, maintenance and service) for the original Kinonon's (DCP-30 SX/MX/LX II ) [Smile]

Didn't check lately, but are they unavailable now ?

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Steve Guttag
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There have been and last I checked, two Kinoton sites for downloads of manuals and programs...on in German, one in English (that also has other language manuals). I remember when we did an installation for the Goethe Institut in Washington DC for FP38E/FP30E film projectors having to access the German site to get the German language versions (why supply translated English versions when they speak German?).

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Ioannis Syrogiannis
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From: Athens, Hellas (Greece)
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 - posted 12-26-2015 02:21 AM      Profile for Ioannis Syrogiannis   Email Ioannis Syrogiannis   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote: Carsten Kurz
but there are enough specifics around the case, lamp ballasts, mirror, etc, that justify a projector manual.
You can say/write that again, regarding power supply units...

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