Reviews and Problems with Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3010
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Great product from a company that treats their customers well.
Andy in the Sault, Amazon
30 November 2014
Summary: I have so many good things to say about this projector and the company. First off, I researched for months before purchasing a 3D projector. I had to decide between LCD and DLP, with LCD winning out.
Summary: Much better than any 3D HDTV!!! Very impressed with picture quality although the 3010e wireless would've been a better choice. Had issues after a few months where the top corners of the viewing area turned blue.
Summary: The good: Extremely bright - bright enough that the room doesn't have to be anywhere near completely dark for a good picture Extremely crisp picture Great colors and saturation Wide throw from a short distance to give you the biggest screen you can get in your space (Over 90" in a small bedroom size...
Summary: I bought this unit at the insistence of my grandson and I'm glad I did. We just built a new home and have a dedicated media room. I have a 100 inch screen. I was considering a 60 inch big screen TV but got so much more for the money.
Joseph A. Ramirez II "Open source for the win", Amazon
9 July 2013
Summary: The unit works pretty darn well. The air filter is easy to clean. I don't have a receiver, much less a speaker set, but you don't need any with this. Very strong and clear sound from the built in speakers. The dual display function is pretty neat, but I don't really see a use for it.
Summary: 1) Features - the features of the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3010 are good for it's price point. Full 1080p HD and 3D are really the main go-to's for this projector. When used with an HDMI output from a home theater receiver with up-conversion, the other inputs become more or less redundant, but...
Pros: HD clarity, 3D capability, focus, ease of placement and mounting, value.
Cons: Occasional lamp light issue, start-up time, fan and lens noise, SD clarity, 3D brightness.
Summary: After reading reviews and doing research, and looking at products at the Consumer Electronics Show, I settled on the 3010 for my 3D home theater with 10' screen. It is far brighter than other projectors, allowing me to use "ECO" mode (low power and less fan noise) all the time, except with 3D...