Summary: Personal Experience Very good projector, nice sharpness and contrast. Very low noise in cinema mode, which also produces the most natural picture. Nice, but bulky, remote. 3D works great, as long as input signal has a high refreshrate. If you use something like raspberry pi, and have it set to automatically change output refreshrate according to source, then 24p 3D movies will look bad, refreshrate will be so slow that you can see a scene change in one eye before the...
Summary: I love this. It's one of my best ever purchases. I'm a cameraman so I'm used to looking at nice images and this has changed the way we look at movies ext. Great picture quality. We use it with an LG sound system that I bought for £170 and connect via the fibre optic audio out of the Apple TV or blue ray. I'm very happy with the natural look off the picture. We project on the wall painted with high reflective paint. I don't think we need a screen.
Summary: Just what I wanted at knock down price. Supposed to be scratches (hence cheap price) but I haven't found any. Picture is great and at 10 foot couldn't be happier. Need to buy separate glasses but found some a £10 - shop around.
Summary: I think this Epson projector is about the best value currently available. It gives a bright image, clearly viewable without turning down the lighting. The built-in speakers are an added bous, giving enough sound to fill a sizeable hall. Altogether, a really good package!
Summary: First: sorry for my english:) Now to the subject. I bought this projector to replace my Optoma DLP full hd projector that was working great..... for 2 weeks and then started to make high pitched noise which Optoma refused to fix as for them it was no problem. I have to say DLP technology gives you better picture than 3LCD used in my new Epson projector but at least this one works and still gives you fantastic picture. Money very well spend!
Summary: Despite all the pundits praising and preferring the more expensive models the 5910 is functionally brilliant, quiet and does everything a domestic user might want from an HD 3D home cinema projector.
Summary: I decided to convert an unused bedroom into a room dedicated to watching movies, my first choice was a large screen TV but i already own a 60 inch plasma so for this room it at to be bigger but then we come to price and what a price over 3 grand for a 65 inch LED screen.I started looking at projectors and spent a few weeks deciding what to get DLP or LCD with nowhere local to demo machines I decided on LCD with no chance of the rainbow effect (because sods law says me or...