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EPSON HOME CINEMA 2100 V11H851
SKU:
6019900
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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Crisp, bright picture. Great mid-range projector!

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Picture quality, Price
    Cons mentioned:
    Fan

    PICTURE AND USAGE: This projector delivers exactly what I was looking for. I was looking for something to replace the LED flat screen in the living room and this fit the bill perfectly. The 3LCD technology produces beautiful color and I found that the 2500 lumens output at a screen size of approximately 100” looks great in rooms that have quite a bit of natural light – making this the perfect mid-budget everyday-use projector. The zoom capability (1-1.6x) allowed me to place it behind and above the couch and get the image to fit my wall exactly. The vertical lens – keystone allowed me to get a straight image even with the projector setup at an angle. This helps provide the user with a ton of flexibility and room for error during the setup process. Overall, I’ve fallen in love with 3LCD projectors – the picture has been crisp and fantastic even in brighter conditions and knowing that it won’t suffer from the rainbow effect later in its life is the cherry on top. HARDWARE: The design is standard but easy to use – lots of buttons for navigating menus and tweaking the image. The remote works great as well. It has a sliding cover for the lens so you can protect it when in transport and quickly shield the screen when not in immediate use. I used the projector in the standard modes – they have brighter cinema modes, but those dial up the fan noise to a crazy level which is distracting in movies that have many quiet scenes. AUDIO: While the 10W speaker sounds great enough for when you must use it as a standalone – I would still recommend using it with a dedicate stereo system. It is great when you have to use it in an office or conference room setting and don’t have access to dedicate audio though. BONUS: I think one of the biggest deals around this projector is the replacement lamp cost of around $50 – which is very reasonable. CONCLUSION: This projector quickly filled the place of my TV and those looking to build a budget theater room or are in need of a TV replacement will be happy with the quality and price of this projector!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fantastic Picture, Fan a Little Distracting

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Fan, Volume

    Hooking up the Epson Home Cinema 2100 was something I only wanted to do once, as the projector I was replacing was suspended from the ceiling. I didn't want to be up and down a ladder tweaking the set up. Thankfully the Epson Home Cinema 2100 was nice and easy to get installed. It's fairly light, so not cumbersome to hold as you screw it into a pre-existing mount you might have. I was replacing an Optoma HD27 projector I purchased when I first moved into my new house. That projector suffered from a rainbow effect when you moved your eyes quickly around the screen. This projector suffers from no such rainbow effect at all. It's a nice refreshing change! I have a 100" screen so there is a lot of screen for your eyes to move around in! The first thing I noticed when turning on the Home Cinema 2100 was the clarity of the picture. It really is a great looking, crisp and vibrant looking image. Much more vibrant than my previous projector. However, the trade off for that vibrancy was the sound of the fan. It was loud. Once navigating through the settings, I was able to put the projector in eco mode, which cut the fan noise in half. (Thankfully). However the picture did dim slightly, so I had to go in and adjust the picture settings some more to make the final image look just how I wanted it to. The screen size and screen focus adjuster are sliders on the top side of the projector. That made for a quick and easy adjustment to make the picture fill my screen area, and then adjust the focus to be nice and crisp. I had everything set up in about 20 mins. In addition, I have my media center voice activated as well and it was simple enough to replace my original projector with this new Epson one and after a little coding, I had this Epson projector voice activated as well. (This is not a feature of the projector - I have a harmony hub set up for this functionality). I'm very impressed with the overall picture quality compared to my previous projector. If you use the projector in a dedicated media room where you can turn up the sound, the fan won't be too much of a problem, but if you have to watch this projector with subdued sound, you will be disturbed by it in my opinion. That, fortunately, is my only concern with this projector. It's a nice looking unit with a great picture. Lots of adjustment capabilities to get the picture just how you want it. I've included a picture of it mounted and then a picture of what the screen looks like, even with my media lights on. You can see it's a nice clear, vibrant picture with this projector. Maybe there will be a software update to help address the fan issue, but there is no way I could watch a movie with the projector not in eco mode. I haven't given the projector a chance to see if the fan does calm down when left in normal mode, it was just too distracting to me. The picture is far superior to my previous projector, so that alone is worth keeping the projector set up in there! I would definitely recommend the projector for it's picture quality alone. But please be aware, that the fan is a little noisy, when listening at low volumes. You may be able to tune it out, or drown it out with a nice movie soundtrack like I have done.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Love it!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Picture quality, Price

    This whole system has been the best investment for a home theater. It’s not expensive but along with a good screen, it’s fantastic. Also having a good receiver to handle all of your audio/video systems is not required, but I will say I definitely recommend it. This way only a power cord and one HDMI cable runs to the projector. Makes it much easier for ceiling mounts and makes the install look much more clean. The picture is great on a 135” screen with no distortion of any kind.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Theater Experience!

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality, Price, Set up

    My Epson Cinema 2100 shipment came equipped with the projector, power cord, remote, 2 AA batteries and instructions manuals. The projector was properly packed to avoid damage. Setting up was very easy and the quick setup guide comes in handy for reference. I do have to remind anyone buying this to pick up a HDMI cord, I think 6ft or longer will be better. This Epson 2100 projector has a built-in speaker but since this is capable of bringing you a theater experience to your home I recommend pairing this with surround sound speakers. Picture: This is HD 1080p with 3D option and all I can say is the picture output is just mind blowing. It don’t matter how big I adjust the size I continue to get great 1080p at HD quality. I do not have a projector screen but I plan on getting one that can retract from the ceiling. My new Epson 2100 is a must if you want a true at home theater experience. This is listed that it can adjust up to 4x larger than 60inch tv. Adjusting the picture, volume, and screen are all on the projector or you can simply use the remote. On the bottom on the projector you also have and adjustable leg/stand to find the right position for a better view. Pros: -The picture is absolutely amazing -Easy to adjust -Mulitiple HDMI -View content from your phone, computer, games or anything with a HDMI -Feels premium and will probably last a while Cons: -Adjustments are manual -No HDMI cord -Fan noise In conclusion in my opinion I think this is a great projector. Epson 2100 got the main thing right which is the picture quality. I can see people enjoying this for movies and playing games. I think this will also be great for presentations. I tested this using my UHD blue ray player watching Jumanji and playing COD on my PS4. I do not have a projector screen but I was very happy with the picture quality on my living room wall. To have a great experience I think a dark room makes a big difference. I highly recommend this Epson 2100 projector. I will be mounting this on my ceiling and I also want a retractable ceiling projector screen. I should have this for a while before replacing the lamp because it has 7500 hours in eco mode and 4500 hours in normal mode. If I use this 5 hours for 365 days that will be about 2000 hours used for the year. For me that’s plenty of movie time.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Brilliant Box Office

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Picture quality, Sound quality

    Have you ever said to yourself "I wish I could have a movie theater in my own home." Of course you have. Everyone who has ever loved a movie, has thought it at least once or 17 times. Well I've got just the thing for you. The Epson Home Cinema 2100 home theater projector is so awesome, you could cast a movie right on to your wall with minimal issue. I do suggest a projector screen, but you could go without it for a while, if needed. This sweet machine really does put out 1080p image and can also do 3-D, if you like it like that. And it has an aspect ratio of up to 300". ( Take that in for a moment.... Three hundred inches of movie.) Yup. That's hot. The on board is adequate enough, but you can also connect it to your home audio system for that full BOOM feeling and the full theater experience. It works best in a dark room, obviously, but it's watchable in a room with a little light coming in. If you're thinking of a home theater setup ( You are, because you're.... well, you're reading this.) Go with the dark room. It's incredibly simple to connect via an HDMI cord. Plug it in and go. I've got 100" screen and boy does that look amazing. A projector like this literally makes it mandatory that you always keep popcorn in the house. It's portable. You can take it outside for those Special sporting event viewing parties. That's where the 300" display comes into play. I love this thing. This is the 2nd Epson projector I've had the pleasure of owning, and they have yet to disappoint. The remote is easy to learn. Although, you'll only need to know where the power and volume buttons are.I haven't mounted this to my ceiling yet, but it is perfectly fine casting from my table top. Projectors have grown cheaper through the years and this one, while slightly pricey, compared to many you'll find online, is still cheaper and better than it's predecessors. And I promise that it's well worth the sticker price. There are so many projectors out there that tout 1080p /3LCD image quality and they turn out to be a waste of whatever money you thought you were saving. This is the real deal. Did I mention the 3-D viewing capability? I did, didn't I? One more time... It plays in 3-D As a bonus, I even played my game console on this puppy. Lovely experience. All that's left to say is; Go online and get yourself a nice projector screen after you place your order for the Epson Home Cinema 2100. On you're way home, stop off and grab a crate of popcorn. I definitely recommend this to every movie lover, film buff, sports fanatic and anyone with the desire to see the BIG PICTURE.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great projector for the price

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Picture quality, Price

    We use this for outdoor movies and love it. Very clear picture and easy to use

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Ok, this is pretty cool and picture is great

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality, Price

    This is a lightweight projector that transports easily to take to friend's and families' houses for movie night. A family member who does not like connecting electronics easily set this up to connect to their laptop. I am wowed by the picture quality this projector produces. I've included a couple pictures of two movies we tried out (ignore the garage door we projected on to see just how large the picture would go) and we were very happy with image quality in even the largest projection image. It is amazing that this projector will give a quality picture from 29" to 300" in size. Perhaps we need to invest in one of those blow up screens to have movie night out by the pool this summer! The projector does come with a built in speaker, but for maximum effect I'd suggest external speakers. My son also connected the projector to his desktop pc and was using it for video games. Needless to say he doesn't get to keep it even though he thought it was pretty sweet. I think this projector hits all the main goals of being a quality product that produces a very nice picture for an affordable price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    GREAT projector! I use it outdoors and it's wonder

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality

    I was always curious about going the projector route for the main entertainment source... so I did my research and found this to meet my need for my backyard entertainment setup... At first I was surprised with the specs as I did buy a $60 projector for a test run. The Home Cinema 2100 BLEW that one out of the world! ... THE WORLD! My current test setup in the backyard is 30' from the wall to where I'll mostly mount the projector. At this range the projector beautifully displayed at 1.0x zoom, 186"!!! I had a little fun and max'd the zoom and it goes up to 300"!!! Who wouldn't want a movie theater size screen in their backyard?! I love the auto focus/len shift feature which helps when I was adjusting the projector in it's possible mount location. Please note I haven't painted a proper projector screen on the wall yet and it still looks amazing even on a dark blue grey wall... I can't wait to have the wall properly painted and framed for the final product! Thanks.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great colors even in daylight

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Picture quality, Price
    Cons mentioned:
    Brightness

    The Epson 2100 Home Cinema projector offers vibrant colors, a clear image, and great performance in a compact and affordable package. While there are a few downsides to it that you might not find in a more expensive unit, it makes up for it with impressive figures for bulb life and ease of use. The first thing I noticed when unpacking the projector was the size. Admittedly it's been a while since I worked with a new projector for home theater use, but I was still pleasantly surprised to see that they've reached a point where you can get a unit of this quality that's barely any bigger than a portable data projector. This made the process of getting it mounted on the ceiling much easier than I'd anticipated. Once it was up, getting the image adjusted to fill the screen was the work of just a few minutes. Out of the box, I have to say the thing looks gorgeous. There's plenty of customization settings that let you tune the image to exactly what you want, but even in the middle of the day in a living room filled with windows the colors were popping and the contrast between light and dark areas was crisp. Even when setting it to Eco mode (which I'd recommend given that it cuts down greatly on fan noise and helps extend the life of the bulb) it was still bright enough to watch during the day. I'm very curious to see how it handles 3D content (which requires the purchase of separate RF shutterglasses that were not included in the box) given its ability to produce such a bright image even in a well lit room. There are a few downsides to be had here, but they're not particularly grievous. The biggest problem I noticed is that while the low weight makes it fairly easy to mount, the three screws it uses don't seem to be centered around the unit's center of gravity. As a result the projector kept wanting to pitch down when mounted overhead, which required several additional trips up the ladder to fine-tune it to get the image centered. There is a handy dial which allows you to shift the lens vertically a bit to deal with this, but I can't help but feel that a better solution might have been to improve the mounting solution to balance it better. Another thing I noticed is that the tricks it uses to make the image look much brighter than it is in a well lit room do make the image look a worse in low lighting. Essentially, its pumps up the saturation on the colors to prevent the image from looking washed out. So long as you remember to switch it out of dynamic mode it's not too big of a problem, but seemed worth mentioning. The throw range is also just a little smaller than the unit it was replacing thanks to the more compact lens assembly, so I'd definitely make sure that you measure the room you're thinking of using this in to make sure you're placing the mount a suitable distance away from the screen.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Very Impressive

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality, Set up, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Fan, Volume

    I’ve been wanting a projector for a long time, just haven’t gotten around to getting one till now. The main reason I held back was due to the cost of replacement lamps. Older models and even some still out today have lamps that cost around $200 to replace every couple of years, or a lot sooner, “not bad but still too high for me”. I saw that this Epson model had lamps that cost around $50 and last around 4k hours. Which was easily in the price I would be willing to pay for a replacement lamp. Now onto the review. The projector arrived nicely packed, all cradled in a Styrofoam shell. In with the projector was the remote control, power cord, batteries for the remote and manual. That’s it, nothing else, no cabling is included, and fortunately I have plenty of extras laying around. We already have a 65” 4k LED mounted above our fireplace and I decided to mount a 100” screen just above and in front of it so we could use both. The projector would be mainly used for movie night and the TV for regular viewing and this setup works out really well for us. I have the projector sitting at 15’ from the screen on a tripod with a tray made for projectors, a long range blue tooth transmitter is hooked to the audio out port on the back of the projector. It is being use with one of our Bluetooth speakers. For video and streaming options I only have a Roku 3 hooked up at the moment. Setup was really fast, I set the projector on the stand, hooked up the Roku, plugged in power and turned it on. I only had to do some minor image adjustments to get the screen centered, sized and focused. All very simply done by using the zoom slider and focus controls on the top front of the projector. I only had to use the “Lens Shift” a little, and that was mainly just to get the image adjusted an inch higher. I did try moving it further to see how far you could raise and lower the image and was really impressed there was so much movement available. We were both really impressed by the image quality right out of the box without any tweaking to the image. We did set this up at night and our living room was plenty dark so image brightness wasn’t a problem right off. There are two HDMI ports on the back along with VGA and an audio out port. I’m only using one port for the Roku, I do have a Chromecast and some other streaming boxes along with a DVD player we can hook up to the other port. The projector itself had a lot of image adjustment settings under the menus, “reading the manual and learning what all the settings are for is a must”, and you can really tweak the settings any way you want. After spending some time reading through the manual, and tweaking the image to our liking and environment I was able to get the picture very close to the 4k tv sitting behind it, “mind you the clarity isn’t as good as the 4k but for a 100” screen 15” away it’s amazing”. Black levels aren’t as good as the 4k TV, but this is a projector projecting onto a white screen so blacks are never going to be deep black but they are very close. Image quality watching a movie was outstanding, there’s no lag or flickering when watching an action movie, Lord of the Rings was impressive, just like being in the movie theater without the audience. My wife was very hesitant at first when I told her my plan, she thought a 100” screen would be way too big, now she loves it. She was also impressed with the image quality and said there’s now no reason for us to go to the theater unless we need to see something when it comes out. The projector does have a built in speaker, it’s rated at 10 watts and it’s actually pretty loud, about the same volume “maybe a little better” than the 4k TV, but with the projector sitting back against the wall right close to where we were sitting the sound was a little unnatural coming from that direction. I had a Bluetooth transmitter already and use a stereo cable that came with it to plug into the audio out jack. We also have a couple Bluetooth speakers, an Ion Block Party and a Bose portable, both of which linked up sound great, plus we can place those anywhere we want to get the best sound quality. The projector itself when running does make some noise, it’s not as loud as projectors I’ve used in the past. If you set the power setting to “ECO” the fan noise cuts way down, and while a movie is playing we never even noticed it. On full power setting the fan is a little noticeable, but not during a movie. There is quite a bit of heat coming out of the vent and you’ll want to make sure you’re not sitting in the direction it’s blowing. During the day if we decide to use it, we do have to turn the power mode to “Full” otherwise the image is a little too washed out. Our living room during the day has moderate ambient lighting, and we do close the blinds if we want to watch a movie during the day, “but that’s what we have the 4k TV for too ”. I’ve used projectors in the past, a good 20 years ago and this Epson is leaps and bounds better than those ever were. The picture at 1080p is simply outstanding, and if you spend some time tweaking the image from the factory settings you will be really impressed with the image quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Projector

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

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    Love it. Bought for outdoor movies in backyard, especially for pandemic. Great projector. Sound only slight issue.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Five stars projector for the money!!!!!!

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

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    Great projector!!!! Epson is the way to go. Next one is going to be 4k.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Perfect

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

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    This projector is perfect. Is has met and exceeded expectations. My only complaint is the sound as the speaker points towards the back which means you can't hear it as well if you are sitting to the sides or front.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Full 1080P HD video, 7.5-pound, CINEMA projector

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Picture quality, Price
    Cons mentioned:
    Lamp

    Full 1080P HD video in a 7.5-pound, portable CINEMA grade projector form EPSON. I found the video quality amazing as the auto keystone function squared off the image frame almost instantly. This is great for the non-AV user. Just plug it in, attach your video cable and it works. I used my Sling-TV for watching March madness like I was courtside. With a possible 150-inch screen size, the image was 'larger than life'. For smaller locations the 10-watt built in mono speaker is okay, but add an amplifier and you have a true cinema experience. The remote functions very well, I almost believe it may be wireless, but does have the LED in the front. If you are game, there is a network connector (RJ-45) built in for even more control. (There is also an optional box that really lets the 2100 perform some magic!) Great picture at 1920 × 1080, almost no setup, this unit is worth the cost. Compare it to what you expect to pay for a TV monitor of the same size! The lamp life is rated at 7000 hours in low power mode and 4000 hours full throttle. That is my only con issue, like any projector expect to replace the lamp someday. I always have a spare. It uses a 400-watt lamp that can produce 2500 lumes (for comparison). The unit can be used from in front or behind a screen, on a table or mounted upside down from the ceiling. The filter for the fan is easily cleaned, another plus. While this is for my home use, it is probably the easiest one I have set up. Eventually, this gets hung from the ceiling with a motorized screen. Thanks EPSON! I definetly recommend this.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome

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    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality

    It’s like being in a movie theater! Picture is fantastic! Bought Projector, Screen and mount for under 1,000$! Grandkids love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Does what it claims

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

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    So far so good. It is not 4k but good for 1080p. Do not have any cons at the moment for the sake of having to say one. I will update if I see any in the future.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great bright picture

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    This is my 2nd projector, upgrading from a 720P. This 1080P Epson is super bright and looks great on my 120" screen.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great for Movies, Average for Gaming

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    I really love the sharpness and brightness of the projector when watching movies. It's nice to have a keystone and directional adjustment versus similar projectors that have to be perfectly aimed. The only issue I've had is some lag when playing xbox. I haven't spent much time trying to figure out solutions, but I seem to do much better on my 4k TV. would deffinately recommend it for anything other than shooters.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Epson
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      Hi Gary, thanks for the five-Star review, and we're glad to hear you are enjoying your new HC2100. Note that there are some ways to optimize the projector settings to minimize lag. If you want to try to boost your XBOX gaming experience, you can try these menu settings: Input Source "1080p/60Hz HDMI," Image Processing "Fast," Super Resolution "-", Noise Reduction "OFF," Aspect Ratio "Auto(Normal)," Keystone Correction "OFF(0)." And remember, your Epson HC2100 includes lifetime technical support, so if you'd like some help, our Epson Support Team can be reached at (562) 276-4382; Hours: Monday – Friday, 6 am – 8 pm PT; Saturday, 7 am – 4 pm PT. Kind Regards, Marina – The Epson Team. Epson

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A Mesmerizing Projector

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    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality, Set up, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Lamp

    I have to say this projector has more than exceeded my expectations. It is easy to setup and provides a theater quality picture. The hardest part of using it is finding a big enough wall to cast it on. It is also nice that the unit has a built in speaker that provides enough quality sound that you don't need to hook it up to a surround sound (although you could if you wanted). Overall, the picture quality is great. The kids and I have watched a movie almost every night since we got this projector 2 weeks ago. You can use this projector on a wall and as long as the wall is a light color it looks great. I also purchased the indoor/outdoor 120 inch screen from Best Buy and am now using that inside my house. When we go camping or have a party, we could also use the screen outside. There are a few things that take a little time to setup. While you can literally take it out the box and point it to a wall, if you want to get it setup in a permanent location it takes a little more effort. The screen is self leveling and is pretty easy to setup, but I did have a little trouble trying to get it to fit my 120 inch screen just right. Also, I would point out that although the projector still works good with some light, it looks much bettter in the dark. The projector can go up to 300 inches but I haven't been able to find a surface that big. The biggest I've gone is about 140 inches and it was still very bright and clear. The technology uses DLP and the lamp has a limited lifetime (something like 7500 hours). I used to have a DLP TV that had a bulb that needed replacement often and cost hundreds of dollars. It gives me peace of mind that a new lamp for this projector is only $40. Overall, I think this is a great projector and it makes me very happy. I would highly recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice Projector

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    Really good quality and a really good deal. Great for a small room

    I would recommend this to a friend