Reviews and Problems with Epson PowerLite Presenter
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It's new to us, but we have great expectations
9 June 2013
Summary: A co worker and I have spent several hours learning about and trying the many features of our new Epson PowerLite Presenter. It was purchased to supplement an 8 year old Projector and expanded needs for our non profit business. We've tried most of the inputs and will ultimately use the many features of this state of the art projector. We like the strong illumination, the useful sound system, the portability, and the versatility.
Excerpt: I bought this to present my DVD movies to historical societies in average or smaller rooms. The picture is great. and operation is simple. However, the audio leaves much to be desired--puny speakers, low volume output and no tone controls limit its use to small rooms. It was necessary to purchase an ANCHOR 1000X powered speaker to fill the room with audio. Overall, it is decent for the money. No regrets.
Excerpt: I use this for teaching medical students, home viewing, and conferences. It's lighter than many projectors and the wide range of functions and interfaces makes it an excellent buy. It may not have the razor sharp quality of high end home theatre but it's an excellent all around choice. Moderately good at projection in low to medium ambient light.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Intuitive Controls, Well built quality
Excerpt: I use it for watching DVD's so don't mind that it's a little bigger, and just LOVE how quiet it is. Sure, you can hear the fan, but it's not at all disturbing.<br /><br />The built-in speaker is functional, but not so great - so I plug it into a speaker using the mini line out in the front - easy enough.<br /><br />The neoprene bag that comes with it is nice.. external pockets for the power chord and remote.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good Remote, Intuitive Controls
Summary: My first projector I find it very easy to set up, and use it is not to big and the picture is great. the built in slide show is very slow and hard to use, would be better if you could load a PPT and run it.