Reviews and Problems with Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 707
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2 April 2014
Summary: I enjoy this rating very high because I see it as good projector. It classify a good projector and the best way to watch on a television or other methods. I like this projector because it is a way to watch television. I considered to anyone to buy this projector.
Summary: I wanted a projector for my basement and for my first projector this is great. The contrast is the only thing if you want the perfect picture but as the 3000:1 contrast states and price point, for me nearly perfect.
Summary: I got this projector and I'm amazed by how bright and colorful it is. It is also nice because it's LCD and not DLP. With DLP you get a rainbow effect (minor for most people including me... but it is noticeable) and this projector DOES NOT have that problem. I did end up returning this projector because the 720p was not as detailed as the 1080p BenQ W1070 1080P 3D Home Theater Projector (White) that I eventually purchased.
Summary: I've been the pastor at our church for just about a year and we've been looking to update all our old stuff, which look like they're from the 80s. So I got our new tech guy running everything for me. I had a professional come in and quote us on a projector and screen and he stated the best he could do was $1,500 for both. My tech guy about flipped out on him, stating the screen was only a 4:3 screen and the projector would be the same and it'd only be VGA capable.
Summary: I got a good deal on this projector via Amazon's Cyber Monday promotions. The total cost including shipping came out to about half of what an equivalent projector would cost in India. The projector's reasonably quiet, the colour reproduction is pretty good, and the image is bright enough to be very readable even with the lights on. The 1280x800 resolution also matches our 13" Mac laptops so we can project without distorting the display on our laptops.
Summary: Purchased this on lightning deal for $399. So far we have used it inside projecting about an 80 inch screen onto a light grey wall. The picture in dynamic mode has been great. In my opinoin 720p is still fabulous quality and anything over that, though better is significantly diminishing return on investment. I love that it has built in sound, but will be ugrading to a soundbar probably.
Summary: Personal Experience After experiencing the rainbow effect of a high-end DLP projector, this projector was awesome. It lacks contrast and deep blacks, but the colors are vivid and accurate. This is the best entry-level LCD projector around.