The best in its class for a lightweight and bright projector.
27 February 2014
Summary: Purchased projector for it's lightweight and brightness features to make presentations without carrying laptop to meetings. Fits the bill perfectly. Very well constructed and has everything needed to get started. Like the carry case. All software included. One surprise was that you had to own a full copy of MS Powerpoint 2002 or later to convert PPT presentations to Epson files for the USB thumb drive.
Summary: We ordered this item to use at our church for large meeting venues. Because many individuals may use this item, it HAD to be easy to set up and use. Many church members are technologically challenged, too. This item was GREAT! Met all of our hopes. Sound was crystal clear and loud enough for even those sitting in back of fellowship hall. Picture was clear and easy to make larger/smaller at will. We were all thrilled with our purchase.
Summary: I chose this rating because the video results on a large screen was great. (120inch).. A video quality was better than I expected. I wish it played Blu-ray, but I used my Blu-ray player through the projector. The only thing bad about it, are the speakers. For a $750.00 projector you would think they would have decent speakers. I used my DJ power speakers all 800 watts. It was like the theater sound.
Summary: could not be happier with my outdoor movie projector, can't wait for winter to end so we can get back to outdoor movie night. This thing is so simple to use and not intimidating. I would call it 780 pixell definition.
Summary: We love the ease of use, versatility, and portability. Worth every cent of the $750 price tag for all the big screen movie nights with the kids and the summer screenings outside with friends. We make a whole night of it with popcorn bowls and candy snacks. With a night at the movies costing over $50 for my family ( and that's before a trip to the snack bar).
Summary: I've had this model for about three years now and I still love it. I've probably got about 100 hours of use on it, which isn't a ton, but it's sure enough to enjoy it. You get 480p projection from the built-in DVD player which looks pretty good; you get 720p HD projection via an external source through the HDMI port (Xbox, cable box, Blu-ray, etc).
Summary: we've had ours for almost a yr We have it set up in the basement we use a soundbar with subwoofer for sound its just better for music and movies we have a 100" electric screen for it and we just recently put it on a shelf close to ceiling and wired the dish receiver and soundbar to it through the ceiling we have not changed a bulb yet but we do not use it for day to day tv its for mostly movies music specials and concerts and play off hockey the kids have hooked up the...