Reviews and Problems with Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 1080
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6 years and counting
david hurtado, Amazon
20 March 2015
Summary: I've had this projector for about 6 years and have used it almost daily. The picture quality is still perfect after all these years. The bulbs last about 1 1/2-2 1/2 years, depending on use. I use it a lot, so I have to replace them about every 2 years.
Summary: This was my second projector, after the Optoma H57. I bought it in 2008, and it's still going strong. The picture is sharp and fairly bright. It was the top choice for the Editor's award back when I bought it. I will likely get another Epson for my next projector since this one worked out so well.
Wonderful projector, The crispy and rich colorful pictures but ...
A Movie Collector "Movie Collector", Amazon
18 August 2014
Summary: Wonderful projector, The crispy and rich colorful pictures but the only desires to add personally were higher Ansi Lumen lamp and 3D function which it doesn't have. In a word, this is a fantastic projector , Yes I've been using it almost for 5 years.
Summary: Personal Experience Absolutely Stunning Blu-ray quality.... I have the front lens of the projector 16' ft from the 106" diagonal screen which I believe has a 1.3 gain. The projector is mounted at the same height as the top of the screen therefore obviously projecting downward and the lens perfectly...
Summary: Personal Experience Just hooked this up last night--first projector for me, but I have been researching this for a couple of years now. Our rear projection Mitsubishi HDTV just went out, so now my wife approved the purchase! Anyway, in one word--WOW!
Summary: Personal Experience I searched the web for weeks before making a decision on a new projector. I based my decision off of reviews and comments posted here. I found this unit easy to set up with very little adjustment needed.
Summary: Personal Experience I've had this unit for about a month with roughly 80 hours on it. I previously owned the BENQ 8700+ and have done a lot of research. I am using a 110" diagonal Stewart Firehawk. The projector is ceiling mounted 13' away. I absolutely have no regrets purchasing this unit.
Summary: Personal Experience Have had the unit for a few days now. Did some homework looking for my entry into the Projector world. Must say for the specs and the most bang for your buck I am glad that 8 out of 10 people suggested going with Epson. The picture was amazing right out of the box!