Excerpt: Bought the Epson tw6100 after months of research dlp lcd etc a big headache, but after seeing this model on display at harvey norman, I could not fault it , so much my original budget was half of what I paid. But you pay for quality like most things, movies are better than being there, perfect for games on ps3 or xbox. I cant fault it, if your looking for a projector you cant go past this!! GO TO HARVEY NORMAN AND GET ONE,! YOU YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS WILL LOVE IT,!!!
Summary: I've owned this projector for nearly a year and a half now so have had a lot of use and testing. I'll start by saying this projector does give a stunning and incredibly bright image. The advent of 4k is going to make things even better but for now this is pretty much as clear as it gets for the price. At the moment I have it placed about 3.5m from the wall and I get an image of about 100 inches which is fine.
Summary: I have had several projectors and when it was time to upgrade once more for the first time I chose an Epson I thought my last HD projector was great but this one exceeded my expectations by a big margin. The colour rendition, the sharpness and the overall performance is in my opinion at this price point is second to none.
Summary: I have had this projector for a few days now and I am very pleased with it. The picture is bright and the 3D is very convincing. The wireless feature makes sources simple to connect and the added bonus of optical output means I can connect to my old surround sound system. I project straight on to a white painted wall and the picture is about 120" wide. The manual has a table showing the minimum/maximum sizes, given the screen distance.
Awesome projector - very capable, reliable, impressive
Buyer with above base Electrical level knowledge, Amazon
18 February 2014
Summary: Epson - what can I say - this is a brilliant bit of kit. I have a 120" standard white screen (compromise between the grey type for more blacks (when have average contrast ratio projector which this is) or the high reflective screen - which you wont need as this 2300 Ansi is plenty.
Excerpt: I have teamed the projector up with the Tauris 120" Motorised Projector Screen & love the experience. Friends & family are blown away every time. I've hooked up a WD TV Live Media Player, Xbox & PS3 through a Pioneer Amp via HDMI & cant fault the quality of display. Great for daytime viewing even with no curtains. Heaps of optional setting to play with in order to achieve just the right picture you seek.
Excerpt: As a graphic designer and film maker I have long been a fan of Epson products. I have owned a number of Epson ink jet printers and found them to be the best on the market. I have also used the high end Epson proofing printers for professional work and consider them the industry standard. I use a video porojector for home entertainment and professional presentations.
Summary: There are many + and - reviews on different projectors. You never really know until you get one home, try it and, if you have the chance, compare it....but then where do you stop? Having read the main difference between DLP and 3LCD technologies I opted for 3LCD - that narrowed down the choice, but bumped up the price, size and weight. As this is a home cinema, Im not worried about the size nor the weight... its nicely parked on a shelf way up high.