Reviews and Problems with Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8100
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Value for money 10
Color and saturation 8
Black levels 8
Excellent Projector, Especially for the Price
11 May 2013
Summary: The Epson 8100 was my first foray into projectors, and I picked it up for a steal... a very good HD projector at an even thousand dollars (plus tax). When I first got it, I couldn't wait to check it out. So I took it out of the box, set it on a chair, and hooked it up to my friend's blu-ray player.
Summary: I purchased this projector on Amazon 2 years and 8 months ago. The projector only has a 2 years warranty on it according to Epson. 6 months into ownership of this projector I had accrued ~500 hours when the bulb blew the first time.
Summary: Pretty good projector in general. It servers as our 1 and only tv. We use it for the Wii, DVD and Cable and it is usually pretty good. It is not too loud but you can hear it hum a bit. I have turned off the auto iris and I usually run it in eco mode to save the bulb. However, I am on my 3rd bulb.
Summary: This projector has a great picture but it goes through bulbs very fast. I have gone through 6 bulbs now and I am now out of warranty. This was advertised at 4000 hrs, but trust me, you wont get anywhere near that.
Summary: Personal Experience Switched from a standard to my first HD projector. Everything about this projector great. Large zoom lens allows you to use it in small as well as large rooms. The horizontal/vertical lens shift allow you to place it in less than optomal places. Pleanty of keystone ability.
Summary: Very quiet, especially if in cinema color mode(living room is a little noisier). Good picture quality, the fios installer, who sees quite a few tv's was very impressed. The ability to mechanically adjust the lens in four directions allows for many more installation positions, which is a huge...
Summary: Vibrant picture and great movie theater experience, nice interface with other devices via HDMI for media streaming i.e. Netflix, VUDU, etc. I bought this projector in July 2010 and used it in conjunction with an LG blu Ray player and a 120" screen.
Summary: I have been using this projector for about a year, I have it blown up to a good 12 feet picture spreed across my wall. I absolutely love the clarity, and range. the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I had to replace my first bulb after only 4 months of use, and that ran around $400.
Summary: I have owned this projector for approximately 1.5 years now. The image the projector puts out is great, but there are some obvious design flaws with the lamp cooling system. While the company has replaced numerous components at no cost to me as I am still inside the 2 year warranty period (2 lamps,...
Summary: After round one of tweaks the 1080p picture is top notch! Im still quite shocked how far projector technology has come. The picture is so compelling you'll think you're watching an hdtv. That is until you realize you're screen is 8ft across or more!