Summary: I'll admit that the EH-TW550 may not have the brilliant colour and black-level performance of expensive DLP projectors. However, it's important to note that it's just as good, if not better, than that of 42″ flat-panel TVs costing that sort of money. More importantly, for a price of Rs 62,699, you get a very large screen and 3D capability to boot once you spend about Rs 6,699 extra for the 3D glasses.
Conclusion: Epson’s EH-TW550 projector delivers an excellent picture quality with vivid colours, deep blacks, and high brightness, although sound quality is not good. This projector also supports 3D viewing and boasts a variety of modes delivering enhanced settings for each viewing setting and type of content consumption.
Pros: Excellent picture quality., Bright picture thanks to good ANSI Lumen tally., Vivid colours., Offers 3D viewing experience.
Cons: Epson recommends that users view 3D content via its USB-rechargeable active shutter glasses for 3D viewing that are sold separately for a pricey R1 300. The projector does not convert 2D content into 3D, so users need to have their own 3D movies to watch. We turned to 3D clips from LG UK’s 3D YouTube channel, which displayed well enough using the standard issue 3D glasses we got at Nu Metro cinema after watching, Pacific Rim (review), in 3D., Sound output was far less...