Sit back, relax and watch movies with this Epson video projector. It offers 3,300 lumens of color & white brightness to ensure vibrant, accurate colors, and its HD resolution delivers crisp image quality at 1080p. This Epson video projector lets you connect a Blu-ray player or gaming console via an HDMI input for smooth streaming of your favorite media.
Projector Buying Guide.
Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.
Weighs 5.95 lbs. for easy transport to a friend’s house for your next movie night.
±30° keystone correction
For distortion-free images.
3300 lumens of color brightness and 3300 lumens of white brightness
Boost display visibility and produce clear, vibrant on-screen images.
Dynamic contrast ratio
Up to 16,000:1 for rich detail in dark scenes.
Delivers crisp, detailed high-definition images.
Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
33.1" - 320" viewable screen size
Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
USB Plug 'n Play instant setup
Instantly projects audio and video from a PC or Mac via a USB connection.
Offers setting versatility.
UHE 210W lamp
Delivers up to 10,000 hours of lamp life in ECO mode and up to 6,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
29-37dBA fan noise
Ensures quiet operation.
Provides crisp sound.
Provides simple control from across the room.
Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.
A:AnswerJust compare both model, look at the weakness and strength, and what you are looking for that fits your need and budget. Example if your want best image you have to go with 4K, if you don't care about that then 1080P will do just fine. The difference between the two that you mentioned is not a lot. The 2100 has 2500 lumens and a contrast ration of 35000:1 compare to the 880 which is 3300 lumens and a 15000:1. That being said with the 2100 you'll get slightly better image but the 880 is brighter. Also note that the 2100 is slightly bigger and heavier that the 880 and possibly a little more expensive and I believe is also a discontinued projector. So in my opinion I'll go with the 880 which may be cheaper and is a newer model, check my review and photos on the BestBuy website .
Hope this help.
A:AnswerHi Dave, The Home Cinema 880 has an HDMI port for input and a 3.5 mm audio output jack. You can connect a streaming device such as a Roku or Apple TV to the HDMI port to watch Netflix, Hulu, etc. You can listen to the projector's internal speaker, or connect powered speakers or a stereo system to the audio output jack. Regards, Mark - The Epson Team.
A:AnswerHi michelle13, Sorry, the Home Cinema 880 will not fit your needs. It has zoom capabilities, but not within the range you specified. It will project a 125" diagonal image if it is placed from 11 to 14.9 feet from the screen. Regards, Mark - The Epson Team.
A:AnswerHi Rlaxer24, It depends on how much ambient light you have. If it is very dark, at 3300 lumens the Home Cinema 880 will have a bright picture and great color. If the ambient light is substantial, consider a projector with a higher lumen rating. Regards, Mark - The Epson Team.
A:AnswerHello Outsideusa. The Epson Home Cinema 880 accepts a 100 to 240 V AC ±10% power supply. For more information on electrical specifications, please visit the official Epson Support page. Regards, Kevin - The Epson Team.
A:AnswerHi Mohamad, It depends on the distance of the projector to the screen. If the projector is 72" (6') from the screen the bottom of the displayed image will be 4.19" from the centerline (CL) of the lens, and the top of the image will be 33.53" above the CL of the lens. If the projector is 240" (20') from the screen the bottom of the image will be 14" below CL and the top of the image will be 98" above CL. The aspect ration is 16:9 for these measurements. Please visit the throw distance calculator on Epson's support site for more information. Regards, Mark - The Epson Team.
A:AnswerHello Puzzled. The Home Cinema 880 supports both HDMI and Composite Video connections. If your device is already connected via one of these two options, we recommend checking the cables are properly seated. Also, please make sure the proper video input is properly selected on the projector. If you need additional assistance, please visit our official Epson Support page. Regards, Kevin - The Epson Team.