Summary: This projector has incredible quality for the price. The black detail is as to be expected for a low cost 720p projector however the detail is there everywhere else. The colors really pop although you need a dark room for this.
Summary: Mine is bigger than yours. Yeah, you read that right. How big is your TV? 50"? 60"? Maybe 75" if you really splurged? Well, just for comparison, my 170" screen gives me a larger picture than a 3x3 grid of 50" TVs. That's more than 9x the screen size of the most common "big screen" TVs.
Summary: Although it is more than two years old now, my lamp is still exceptionally bright, and the colors are vivid. This is an excellent projector, especially for those looking to have a "budget" home theatre.
Summary: I was lucky enough to purchase this unit some 6 years ago. It is paired with a Onkyo 605 B. I couldn't be happier with this product. It does alot of stuff. My main focus is How long will it produce a picture. The replacement bulbs are expensive.
Summary: I have been planning a dedicated room for years now. the wife and I finally bought a house with space for a media room. it is 16'x25' with two rows of seats at 13' and 19'. we went with a 118" diagonal 1.0 gain screen from carada and the epson looks amazing on it.
Quieter, Brighter, Cooler, more flexible and bigger than expected.
Symonty "Symonty", Amazon
26 November 2009
Summary: I had been considering updating my projector from an older 2000 lumen 800x600 PC projector for some time, so when the bulb went south, and it was listed at $400 to replace I decided bye bye, ALSO with HD now a perquisite I was armed with a tape measure ( to get my throw distance and cupboard space )...
Summary: I set up a home theather last year, and had budbeted about $3,000 for the TV component. As I shopped, the largest Plazmas were about 60-65 inches and would use at entire budget plus. Same basic price for a 1080p projectors at the time. Then I had a crazy idea.