If you have a rear projection TV that relies on DLPs to render the image of quality, you know that you are watchful when it is time for the lamps to be replaced. If you look at a sports program or some other favorite series and find that the action looks too slow for the time of day on the television, that is a good sign that one of your internal lamps is about to burst. Since it is better to remove lamps where this happens — and so you are well aware that replacing DLP lamps is something you can do on your own. You want a high-quality replacement bulb guide that will last for several hours (with five thousand over-usage) and give your television the luminosity it needs to run.
You can expect to pay from just under $100 to almost $300 everywhere. When shopping for DLP replacement