PHOENIX SHP58 Bulb

The PHOENIX SHP58 bulb is available in two options. You should buy an original bulb if your priority is maximum projection quality and a minimum probability of defects or premature dimming. Generic bulbs from a lesser-known manufacturer are much cheaper.

Bulb without housing PHOENIX SHP58
 

PHOENIX SHP58 Lamp without housing

Replacing a bare bulb in the original projector lamp housing is more challenging than replacing the complete lamp housing. You can choose from two alternatives of this bulb - original or compatible.

VIDEO - replacement of a bare bulb without housing

Bare bulb options

  • Original bulb PHOENIX

    The original PHOENIX SHP58 bulb from one of the OEM manufacturers (Osram P-VIP, Philips UHP, Ushio, Matsushita, Iwasaki HSCR) is designed to replace the bulb in your existing lamp housing. This solution is cheaper than a lamp with housing, although it requires a certain amount of manual skills. This option is recommended for customers who already have some experience with bare bulb replacement.

    Product code: Projection quality:Reliability:
    Z76211OOB
    1-2 weeks
    94.61 EUR excl. VAT 114.48 EUR incl. VAT [1]
  • Generic bulb

    The PHOENIX SHP58 generic bulb without plastic housing was produced by an authorised manufacturer of generic bulbs. Keep in mind that replacing the bulb in the housing requires manual skills and tools. It is the cheapest option which we recommend for in-home use, where projection quality and reliability are not as crucial. Even though generic bulbs are not necessarily of the same quality as original manufacturer bulbs, their price nevertheless is very attractive.

    Product code: Projection quality:Reliability:
    Z116763OB
    1-2 weeks
    88.68 EUR excl. VAT 107.30 EUR incl. VAT [1]
[1]If you are a VAT registered company based in the EU and you provide us with your VAT Identification Number, you can pay for the products at a price excluding VAT.

How to change the bulb in the lamp module

In this short video tutorial, you can learn how to remove the original bulb from the lamp module and replace it correctly with a new one.