Projector Lamps

No idea which lamp is the right one for your projector? First, you will need to determine the projector manufacturer and then the projector model. Almost all projectors have this information on a projector label, which is typically located on the back or side of the projector. Please contact us if you are having a hard time finding this information.

Projector lamps are not cheap, but with us you have a choice - from budget-friendly options to original manufacturer lamps. We offer several lamp options for most projector models, so you can choose one that best suits your needs. The options vary in price, reliability, projection quality, and difficulty of the lamp replacement process.

Unsure whether you will be able to change your projector lamp on your own? If so, watch this short video tutorial.

We sell lamps for the following projector brands:

Couldn't find the manufacturer of your projector?

If the lamp for your projector model is not available, contact us, and we will try to find an alternative replacement lamp for you as quickly as possible.

Have a look at how easy it is to replace a projector lamp

In the first video tutorial, you will learn how to correctly remove the original lamp housing from the projector and how to install a new one.

If you have ordered a lamp without housing, please watch the second video, which will show you the slightly more challenging replacement procedure of changing bare bulb in the original lamp housing.

We offer several types of projector lamps. The most common types are:

Projector module lamps with housing

  • Original manufacturer projector lamps
    If you choose an original manufacturer’s lamp with housing, you can expect maximum reliability, yet at a higher price. Changing the lamp is very easy. The lamp comes in the original plastic housing.
  • Original bulb inside lamps with housing
    This option consists of the original bulb with generic housing. It offers reliability comparable to an original lamp, however at a lower price. It’s a lamp with housing and is therefore easy to change.
  • Generic lamps with housing
    This type of lamp is much cheaper than original lamps and offers a sufficient level of reliability. Changing the lamp with the housing is easy. The lamp comes in generic plastic housing.

Projector lamps without housing

  • Original lamps without housing
    This option offers maximum reliability at a lower price.
    Changing the bare bulb, however, is a more complicated process than an option with housing. Careless handling may reduce the product’s lifespan.
  • Generic lamps without housing
    Bare generic bulbs are the most budget-friendly solution.
    They are not always as reliable as original bulbs and also changing them is more complicated compared to lamps with housing. Careless handling may reduce the product’s lifespan.
For more on each type of lamp: How do the various lamp types differ? Which should I choose?