Summary: I bought this a year and a half ago and ordinarily you might say, "Well, you can't expect to get more than a year and a half out of it", especially if it was used frequently. However, I've only used the projector a few dozen times in that entire period. I bought the projector because it appeared to have the best reviews and was at a price point that I could afford. Last time I turned on the projector, an error came up on the screen "Auto Iris Error.
Summary: I like this projector. It has a way to adjust the aspect ratio. It has great color and focuses sharply. Its resolution projects HD jpg files quite clearly. One thing I like is that one does not have to allow the cool-down time with the fan running while the speaker is giving final points. It seems to be intuitive enough that it doesn't need a lot of instructions to operate. There are on-screen helps. It seems to "know" what you want.
Summary: I bought it for 300 dollars. Its a good deal. Picture quality is awesome and set up is so easy.The image over here looking small, but its little bulky,... Sound is weak and emits lot of heat ..i think projector getting hot is very normal..over all, you can go and buy the product without a doubt.
Summary: This projector seems a good value for the money. I have used it to project photos, PowerPoint slides, and videos for talks in a moderate sized room, and it was bright enough for all to see, even with the lights on.
The Epson EX5200 offers amazing color and image quality at the office or on
24 November 2012
Summary: The Epson EX5200 offers amazing color and image quality at the office or on the go. With native XGA resolution and Epson 3LCD technology, this compact performer ensures razor-sharp detail for flawless presentations. Delivering 2600 lumens of color light output and 2600 lumens of white light output1, it provides brilliant images in true-to-life color.
Summary: This little projector has a terrific sharp and bright picture. On the down side, the single built-in speaker is microscopic and sounds like a 60s-era transistor radio. For business presentations in a small conference room it might be acceptable but no way would this work for a presentation in a big room or banquet hall. You will need to rig up external speakers.
Summary: this was great and a great price love it looks cool on the wall did not need a special backing paint the wall and it look like your at the movies really nice to see. have everyone to watch it.
Summary: Let's get the obvious stuff out of the way: this is not a 1080p, ultra high end projector and after purchasing it and setting it up, I realized that it didn't need to be. I have a studio apartment with these light beige/eggshell colored walls (not the prettiest color, I can assure you). I have wanted a projector in my room/living area since I was a teenager. I always thought it would be cool to have my own large screen media display that's all mine.
Summary: After researching what projector would best meet our church's basic needs, I was able to narrow the choices down to two. The Epson EX5200 won out due to its capability to project via a USB connection, which the other projector did not have. I guess I was somewhat surprised that all the projectors in the price range being considered were made of plastic. Even though the projectors feel cheap due to the plastic, the features and quality are definitely built in.