Summary: Personal Experience Almost silent with only some 22dB in Ecomode, and with a superb and steady picture, thanks to the 3xLCD chips - no spinning colorweels i front of a single DLP chip :-( Remember all color filters become paler during time. Used since 2011.
Summary: It worked well for first 500 hours and then that famous cinema filter error with a grinding sound and both warning lights (lamp and temperature) showed up and Epson gave a cold shoulder saying its out of warranty.
Summary: People are in awe when they see the screen size and quality of the picture. It gives you that true Home Theater feel. All for the price of a medium sized big screen TV. Bigger screen size than you could ever imagine.
Summary: Personal Experience Bigger and heftier than my previous Epson, the 8350 is a solid performer. Purchased from Visual Apex for a ridiculously low $699. The placement flexibility of this unit is unparalleled. Find me another projector you can place 17 feet away and only fill an 84" screen.
The Epson 8350 Is Amost Identical to the More Expensive 8700UB
Dave Erickson, Amazon
21 December 2014
Summary: The Epson 8350 ($890) replaces my more expensive later generation 8700UB ($2200) that stopped working. Since the 8350 is $1300 less and a much older model, I must be missing some improvements that the 8700UB added, but for the life of me, I don’t know what they are.
Summary: We have the 8350 projector ceiling mounted in a theater room. Distance to 110 inch screen is about 9 feet. We have used the projector for a about a year and a half now. The image is bright, even with some window shades open. Remote is easy to use, and intuitive.