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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The Perfect Entry Level Projector

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    The Epson 2150 is Epson’s newest entry into the entry level home theater projector. While Epson does have a couple cheaper options, I’d venture to guess most home theater users wouldn’t look too much lower on the price totem pole if they’re being serious about a home theater. Epson’s 2150 is a bit more expensive than some of it’s DLP rivals, but the inherent advantages of their technology along with extremely strong fundamentals of the 2150 make it a must look for any home theater builder on a budget. Before I get into this review - I’m an Epson fan. They make solid projectors for the money and I’ve had great luck with them. I own a 730HD and an 8350 - so I have their low-end and higher end. First of all, what sets the 2150 apart from it’s little brother the 2100? Very little - except Epson is using a better LCD matrix in the 2150 to drive a much higher contrast ratio (60000:1 vs 35000:1). My recommendation is to only consider the 2150 unless you’re doing projection in a bright room and want $50 back in your pocket. Moving on - what sets the 2150 apart in it’s market? Well, first of all, while Epson’s are more expensive than some other entry level 1080p DLP projectors, Epson brings some advantages to the table that may be game changing. For me the biggest is no DLP rainbows. I’m pretty sensitive to them, and LCD tech is immune to them. Another thing you get is fewer moving parts. Essentially LCD projectors are more reliable long term. One big thing that’s fairly unique in the sub-$1000 projector market is lens shift. While the 2150 only offers vertical lens shift, this means you get pretty flexible placement on center with your screen. Unfortunately the lens shift isn’t as flexible as I would have liked - essentially allowing you to put the projector closer to the bottom of the screen, but it’s still quite good to have. The Epson also sports some stunning color and brightness for the money. The rated output is 2500 lumens, and while that may not match all it’s competitors, it’s still quite bright. When you look at rated output, keep in mind that you want to find a projector that is bright enough, but not too bright for your environment. The Epson rides a line that is just about perfect for all but the brightest environments. I have a relatively dark room, and I found that the cinema setting with eco on was my best bet. The benefit is that the projector is really quiet at this setting. It’s still quite bright at this setting. Brighter than my previous Epson 8350. The 2150 comes set out of the box on Bright Cinema - which is geared for a living room more than a movie room. Either setting produces wonderfully accurate color. The downside to Bright Cinema setting is the fan noise. It’s quite a bit louder, which is probably fine for an environment like sport watching, but might be distracting for moving watching. Black levels are about what you’d expect from an LCD projector. Epson has had great technology in this area, but for a price. The 8500UB was amazing compared to the 8350 I ended up purchasing years ago, but it was also much more costly. The 2150 sports dark grays when it comes to black levels. Even with the auto-iris, black bars are a dark gray instead of black - but the effect is not as bad as I might even make it sound. It’s something you get used to - especially if you’re budget for a projector isn’t that of a used car. Dark movies still benefit from the auto-iris - which is head and shoulders above the one found in my 8350. Even set on high speed I couldn’t hear it operate (older models sound like a hard dive. Image quality is top notch. I compared this directly to my 8350, and convergence was quite a bit better on my 2150 sample - white lines were very white. Generally colors were spot on out of the box. The 2150 has a few more tricks up its sleeve too. While out of vogue, it supports 3D with active RF glasses (not included). It also supports image interpolation which smooths motion. Most people find this effect in film to be jarring, but for animation, and sports it’s pretty awesome. There are also quite a few features for connectivity. While this projector loses the more analogue inputs of it’s predecessor, it does have MHL-HDMI, HDMI, and VGA, USB, and Miracast screen mirroring. You can even download the iProjection app from Epson on the App Store and use it to project photos, videos and more from your iPhone. This worked, even if it was a bit clunky. Some Android phones can cast directly to it. Windows 8/10 laptops with proper drivers should be able to use the “Connect to a wireless display” option to project. I unfortunately didn’t have much luck with my laptop using this feature. Another cool feature is split screen, which lets you project two inputs simultaneously. Probably one of the more important features is audio out. If you are using this in a living room, being able to just jack a speaker from the line-out is a convenient addition. The built in speaker is rated at 10w, and does a decent job, but obviously is limited in both it’s dynamic range and volume. I didn’t notice any buzzing or odd sounds that my 730HD exhibits All in all the Epson 2150 is a pretty amazing projector for the money. Whether you’re looking for a portable projector to use outdoors, and need flexible audio connection options or you’re looking for a entry level home theater to use in a dark room, the 2150 is a great projector. It’s quiet, small, efficient, bright, vibrant, capable, and even offers 3D.

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

    Beautiful Picture Quality

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    Who says you cant own a movie quality projector for a decent price? Epson that's who! I have to honestly say i have never really been a big fan of projectors. I remember when i was younger right around the early 2000's my uncle had spent a fortune on a home movie projector in his custom built movie theater room. I remember watching a movie and thinking to myself "man there is no way i could ever spend this much money for a grainy quality film that cant even hold its own contrast against a black wall." Epson has put all my doubts to rest with the home cinema 2150. Lets dive in and talk about what this thing can do and what you can expect to get out of it. First off out the box you get this big square projector, a power cable, and a real basic instruction book. I was kinda disappointed to see that they didn't include a 3.5mm audio cable but i guess i really didn't expect them to anyways. The Epson offers a few different hook ups, you have two HDMI ports with one of them being compatible for a MHL cable. A MHL cable by the way allows you to connect your smart phone directly to the projector via a hard line. You also have a usb port and a VGA port for your pc along with a 3.5mm audio jack. I was very disappointed to see that they did not offer an optical cable jack especially since alot of my audio equipment runs optical cables. Nevertheless the projector does come with a single built in speaker on the rear of the projector but trust me when i tell you that your not going to want to rely solely on that speaker. The sound quality out of the speaker is clear but its not very loud or crisp. The design of the speaker appears to be more for convenience during power point or on the go meeting presentations you may have without having to lug around all kinds of auxiliary speakers. The build of the projector appears to be of pretty good quality. You have a hard plastic shell encasing all the components with a removable air filter, high powered fan and you have trouble lights to let you know if there is an issue with the lamp or over heating (refer to picture for example). Once you turn on the projector, setting up the screen is easy, the projector will auto center it for you and all you really have to do after that is square it off and adjust the height to where you want it. The projector also provides a lens shift which allows you to raise and lower the picture by approximately 6 inches this way when you get the picture near the height you want it you can then fine tune it. Picture quality does need to be adjusted but its very easy to accomplish this. You are provided two rings/slides, one is a focus ring and the other is a zoom ring. The name kinda says it all as to what they do. The projector also has hook ups on the underside which allow for an aftermarket ceiling mount to be installed. There is also an option in the menu guide which allows and adjusts for ceiling mount and floor mount. Now lets talk about what you can do with this projector and how good the picture quality is. The picture quality is suprisingly very good. I thought i was going to have to buy a black screen backdrop or use a black sheet to get a good picture quality but i was wrong. I may be wrong but the projector almost appears to display its own natural black back drop. In the picture provided you can see a black border around the picture which kinda leads me to believe this being the reason why you can project a movie on to any color surface. The picture quality is 1080 with a 60 hz refresh rate. The movie displayed in the picture provided was done via a standard dvd player. You can also hook up your ps4 and xbox and play games off the projector. Another nice feature that the Epson offers that i was not expecting is the ability to screen mirror. What this means is pretty much most smartphones made within the last 4 years or so have the ability to mirror the phone of any device that supports this feature. Simply put what you do is you open up the source menu on the projector and scroll over to screen mirror, then when prompted to you open up your smart phone and click on the button that says smart view or screen mirror. It will then connect the two devices together wireless so that you can display everything on your phone directly to the projector. This is a pretty cool feature, lets say you have friends or family down and you want to show them some family photos you took on your trip to the beach simply link the two devices up and now the whole family can see your photos similar to your grandparents slideshow just without all the out dated technology. You can pull up facebook, email, and even power point presentations granted that your phone has the capability. More importantly you can live stream movies you may have on your google account library. Now keep in mind if you plan on streaming movies through this process you had better have a solid wifi router with a fast internet connection and a smartphone with a good processor or you will experience some lag. The possibilities of what you can do with this projector is almost endless. From everything to office presentations to backyard BBQ football games your mind is the limit with this projector. Pros: -awesome 1080 picture quality -built in speaker -ability to install on a ceiling -Quiet cooling fan -Versatility Cons: -Lack of a optical jack

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

    Why even go to the movie theater anymore?

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    EPSON Home Cinema 2150 Wireless 1080p Projector is a sight to behold. It’s the kind of picture quality that blows your mind and it’s downright breathtaking EVERY SINGLE TIME you turn it on! I certainly had a wild ride with this projector because once you set it up properly with the right equipment it is something that blows away your friends. In the box comes a quick start guide to help you set up this protector as quickly as you can. While this is great it’s better for you to manually set it up according to your eyes. There are a ton of buttons and switches on the top of the Cinema 2150. You can close the lens/mute the AV with one switch, the Lens shift gauges allows you to properly project the images onto the wall, power button, Home button, Keystone controls, Menu button, Source button, Vol controls, and an Esc button. All of these are perfect and if you lose the remote most of the main controls are here. Picture quality is jaw dropping when projected. I’m getting about 100 inches that makes my TV in the living room look like a 4K small toy. The black levels are deep and nice while the projector display colors that are beyond beautiful. Everything displayed on the Home Cinema 2150 pops out at you. Watched Planet Earth 2 that gushes out with a stunning color and you can see the hair detail on the animals. Out of everything I displayed gaming on this was one of the best gaming experiences I ever encountered. Zelda: Breath of the Wild (while the game doesn’t use 1080p) was riddled with detail, and YouTube/Netflix look stunning. There is no doubt this projector can handle content extremely well. Setting it up was fairy easy, most of my time was spent Keystone the right angle. As my Home Cinema 2150 is slightly sit off to the side. It had no problem projecting the right square image just getting it perfect takes the most time. I used it on a white wall for about a day (which also looked fantastic) but ended up going to buy a projector screen which enriched all of the detail. If you want the best I would say this is a must. Frame interpolation can be turned on and off depending on what you enjoy. Wireless display works fine with Windows 10 laptop, watched a few movies and played a few arcade emulators and it was large with booming detail. There is also an app on the App Store that allows you to use your phone as a remote as well as stream pictures and websites. The fan on the projector isn’t loud at all so you don’t get distracted when watching your favorite TV shows. I have two issue with the projector but they are minor. The sound on the projector is not good, while it’s nice that it’s there, even at the loudest Volume it’s only enough to fill a small room. There is no way I would recommend the sound on it. Just get/use a soundbar or surround sound system believe me you would be happy you did. The other issue I have is that the UI menu on this projector is so outdated. It was like using a UI in 1990. I’m not asking Epson to change what works but this is clearly a bad UI even on other modern projectors are a step up. The App UI is also so bad that you would think it’s 2006 all over again. But hey atlease they work and that’s the important thing. The remote is huge and clunky, it has all the buttons it needs to control individual settings but I won’t be using it. It’s just not ergonomic compared to universal remotes now. Bottom line the picture quality is strictly amazing. There isn’t much to be said if you want a big IMAX like screen in your home. There is so much detail in 1080p making it vibrant and lush at a large scale. There are some shortcomings as mention but those doesn’t take away from the actual point of the projector. Want a big screen? Love watching sports on a big screen? Love gaming on a big screen? Love watching movies? This is the ultimate entertainment content viewing projector. Yes I would recommend this to anyone who want to enhance their personal viewing experience. Awesome product!!

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

    LOVE THE (EPSON HC2150)

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    This is my first projector I’ve owned, And I’m very happy I chose this one from all 4 I had in my list.The Epson Hc 2150 had more features than the other, and on top of that I got it for $699.99 One of the features that is important for me was the Audio out connection,which lets you connect a AV receiver or any speaker with a 3.5mm input.The other feature I like is that Hdmi 1 input has MHL which you can connect your devices like your android,iOS,or Mac and have it projected on the wall or projector screen.This projector has wireless where I can wirelessly Miracast my mobile device .(Screen Mirroring) Me and the family love the movie nights and Playing video games on it.Epson HC2150 gives you a clear picture, I don’t have a projector screen yet so we project it on the wall for the moment.Speaker is loud enough for regular size living room. The fan is not loud how people say. Depending on the settings of the display is the fans loud performance. I have mine to normal or eco mode which fan noise decreases,and with audio you don’t even hear the fan at all. I truly recommend this projector,You won’t be disappointed even if I would’ve paid the full $899.99 which is the original price, it’s worh every dollar. Projector is light weight, the only Con: is that Epson doesn’t include a traveling bag or case to store it after use.Since I don’t own where I’m living I can’t mount it on ceiling or wall. I hope Epson would start including a projector bag or case since it’s a $900 projector.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Epson
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      Hi Izzy, thank you for this five-star review fo your new Epson HC2150. We're glad to hear you are happy with your purchase, and we appreciate the recommendation! We'll be sure to share your feedback about the carrying case with our product teams. Here's to many fun family movie nights! Best, Marina – The Epson Team. Epson

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Choice

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I had the EF-100 first and I thought it was a great little projector. I just couldn’t get past the 720p projection. I was projecting on a 100 inch screen and usually sit about 8 feet away. At a further distance or smaller screen, the EF-100 would have been just fine. Loved the ease of set up of the projector, but really wanted to get the 1080p. Returned the EF-100 for the 2150 and very happy I did. There is a huge difference in the picture quality and this is a lot brighter. I also like how you can adjust the three legs on the 2150, while the EF-100 you can’t. Overall I’m very happy with my purchase and no regrets.

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

    I love this projector!

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    I have recently become very interested in projectors. I bought a small anker Portable projector a couple years ago that kinda kick started my interest. I finally started doing some research about projectors and have learned that the technology in Epson’s line of projectors called “3LCD” chips do not project a rainbow effect like traditional DLP projectors can. Anyway lol all that being said, the epson 2150 home cinema projector is pretty amazing! It is bright enough to use with some window or ambient lightning even in eco mode. Colors are very vibrant and even blacks are as dark as they should be. The fan is also hardly noticeable when in eco mode. If you set it to bright the fan will kick up speed and you’ll hear it if you’re sitting near the projector but even then it isn’t very bothersome. Especially if you have nice speakers connected to the projector. It has two HDMI ports, VGA and audio out. The built in speaker doesn’t sound very good but it is fine if you’re in a pinch. You’re going to want to connect a good speaker for home entertainment anyway. I was on the fence for about two weeks between this projector and two other brands of DLP projectors great claimed to be “gaming” projectors and I am very glad I decided to go with the epson projector. I binged movies and tv for 7 hours the first night I set it up :D . I also tested it with the Nintendo switch and gaming on it was fine. Epson states that it has a 29.2 ms “input lag” and it honestly felt responsive. I played Mario Kart with no issues. It might not be good for hardcore gamers but I would compare it to playing on a tv with game mode turned on. I think it will be just fine for shooters and fighting games too. The pictures I am sharing are about a 90/100” picture on a plain white wall. I don’t have a screen set up yet and as you can see, picture quality is still very good! I highly recommend this projector if you are looking for a very good “affordable” projector. Pros : Bright and vivid picture quality Great contrast Vertical and horizontal keystone adjustment Vertical Lens shift Good for gaming 4500-7500 hour projected lamp life No rainbow effect WiFi , Bluetooth and miracast Cons : built in speaker isn’t very good

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

    I've used lots of projectors, nothing like this!

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    I've used many projectors for work over the years. I've never used anything like this. The unit is packaged so nicely and carefully as to prevent damage, but also that you can re-pack it if you ever had to....a first in these many years! Opening up the box, you'll find a power cord, the projector, a remote control, batteries for the remote, and a users guide. I powered it up and started looking around in the menu. I was astounded at the number of things you can do with this projector. Amazing! DId you know this can reside on your WIFI network, that you can download the app, scan a QR code that appears on the projector's image, then connect painlessly? You can be a moderator on the app, and share your mobile device's screen - you can do pics, docs, etc. So, no computer needed. You can also plug in a USB memory stick that has a slideshow on it and start playing it, without the need for a computer. I'm amazed at the processing power of this machine. Of course there are many ports, including HDMI ports that are common today. Lots of ways to connect to this. The picture projected up onto the wall is nothing less than amazing. It is a high quality, no pixel, not washed out image. It is something that until you see it in person that you can believe. The image is bright, dense, and not washed out nor pixelated. It is unlike anything I've ever seen. This will work great for not only work presentations, but also for watching movies at home, and I've even now considered getting one of those blow up screens to play movies in the yard. In all of my years of life experience, I would never have considered having a projector for home use, until now. Whether it is a video game, or one of the wildlife shows I enjoy watching, or even an animated movie for the kids, this can fit into all of those situations. Years ago, these were thousands of dollars, with a washed out image, and big blocky pixels. Now, for less than the price of a nice big screen TV, I can project bigger, and better. Again once you see it, you'll appreciate it. Remember Best Buy as an awesome return policy, but you won't need it, what you'll need is someone to help decide who gets to use it for their purposes (shows vs. video games vs. movies).

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

    Great image and easy to use!

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    Worth the money. Purchased 2 mini projectors and didn’t do the job. Purchased a projector half the price and it didn’t convince me. I had to step up and get this one. Worth it. Great picture quality. Easy to use. Image looks great even with light. Clear 1080 picture. Happy with my first Epson printer. Get one and enjoy being outside with your loved ones.

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

    Great picture and performance by Epson

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    Let me first start out by saying this projector is extremely light and portable. I can totally see traveling with this when it's possible that we might need it. Tailgating is one idea that comes to mind and then movie nights during rainy days at our lakehouse is another. The picture quality is good enough for daytime and nighttime viewing, but you have to stay away from direct light. However, that's the case for any projection system. When it comes to setup and use, the Epson Home Cinema 2150 is pretty user friendly. My first endeavor with the unit was utilizing an Amazon FIre Stick for Thursday Night Football. I literally fired up the system, plugged in the FIre Stick, and just navigated to the game. It was super easy and the stream was excellent. I was able to project in on a neutral color wall with no issues. I also spent some time tinkering with the mobile app and remote as well. They were both pretty easy to use. I most say that I was impressed with both of them for different reasons. The remote actually worked with the Amazon Fire Stick while navigating. That was certainly a nice feature that I wasn't prepared for. From the mobile app perspective, the screen share was pretty nice. I can see that being useful in very specific situations, but not a ton since I couldn't seem to get video to cast to the screen that way. The only knock that I would throw its way is the sound of the fan. If you don't have the sound on, it's quite loud. Of course, you expect to hear it from any projector, but it's something to note. Outside of that, I would say the Epson Home Cinema 2150 is a projector that I would recommend to someone who is looking for one.

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

    Great entry level projector

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    My family loves the new projector. Especially during epidemic and theaters are closed. We have our own movie theater. Have had several movie nights with friends and family and they all love the picture quality.

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

    Epson2150

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    This projector is great, I have it on a 150 inch screen. It is very clear.

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

    Awesome Projector! Great Picture Quality

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    We Are Absolutely Impressed With This Projector!! We upgraded to this Epson projector and we have been blown away!! The brightness is plenty and perfect! We don't even have a real projector screen, what we use is basically a thick white bed sheet. Our image is 110" diagonal and the picture quality is as good as a 1080P LCD TV. We chose this projector because, within the price range, this had the highest contrast ratio. Having a higher contrast ratio allows for lesser lumens but gives a better image quality.

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

    unbelievable quality for the price

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    i just finished building my dedicated home theater space and was dead-set on buying the epson 5040ub. i stumbled upon the 2150 and saw that it had just come out and was also on sale. i figured why not? best buy has no hassle returns for 14 days, so there wasn't anything to lose. installation was a breeze, and WOW the picture quality is insanely good. i use this in a 100% light controlled basement room throwing the image onto a silver ticket 110" "grey" screen with a 1.0 gain. i watch most content in eco-mode but for special movies that warrant being a bit brighter like hollywood blockbusters i'll turn the lamp on full-power. there is a slight difference but most of the time i just leave it in eco. i think epson shot themselves in the foot with this projector. i was planning on needing to spend upwards of $3000 and i got away with spending a fraction of that, and with replacement lamps at only $49 directly from epson (i already picked one up just to be safe) i don't need to worry about "burning lamp hours" with mediocre content or when you leave the projector running for a while unattended. i love it! i could go on at length but if you're looking for as much value as possible for dollar spent, this is the right projector for you.

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

    Great 3d ready projector!

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I update to this after having the hp1060 after discovering it was 3d compatible. Then order my active 3d glass online. Great 2d image. The 3d was better than I expected as I have been viewing passive 3d on my lcd and oled tvs. There are a lot nice built in features you can use with the app and mirror casting. My only issue is I wish I could turn off the status led for network and power when it's off... as they are always on and flashing. Annoying if I want to sleep on the couch. . Some tape fixes that.. I had to remount this one back farther to full the same 100" screen after replacing the hp1060 :( but that is a specified in the manual.

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

    so far it has been great!

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    The Epsom cinema 2150 is light weight and easy to set up. We have been using it outside on our deck and in the yard on a 120 " screen. The picture quality is remarkable.

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

    Epson may be the inventor

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    Yup so I was looking at the 5040 and the Sony 1080p. I just could not spend $2k. When I tell you this projector went beyond what I was planning to buy, the big is amazing it almost looks 3d plus it really does support 3d. Definitely the 3 LCD lazers make the regular picture looks 3d I would have never believed it. Definitely wouldn't go with the DLP.

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

    Looks awesome

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    I have my projector in my basement, ceiling mounted and using a 100” electric drop screen. Looks amazing. I have noticed that streamed movies look way better than blu ray, but I mostly stream anyway. Could be because I play everything off my ps4. The fan is quite, barely notice it. And the speaker isn’t half bad considering the size. I do plan on buying a sound system soon. But very happy with my purchase. Wanted a 4K but wasn’t willing to dish out $2500+. This projector was a steal for $649

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

    Very nice projector

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
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    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    The projector has a very clear image, I’m using a 135” Severtsons Screen. I bought the unit on sale and could not be happier. My theater room is in the basement so I don’t have a problem with light control but even when the lights are all on I don’t have a problem seeing the image.

    Features

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

    Great Picture

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Has an great picture even with my screen being my WHITE wall. The fan is a bit loud but you can drown out the sound when watching something so you can’t hear it. It should definitely be mounted from the ceiling.

    Features

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

    Epson 1080p Projector

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    After 10 years I decided to upgrade my movie room with a projector. The best choice and price of the Epson 1080p. Projector was a great choice very quite and clear projection move and video.

    Features

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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
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