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Epson 5030UBe 2D/3D 1080p 3LCD Projector

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Wireless HDMI
  • Up to 3x Brighter Colors with Epson
  • Color Brightness: 2400 lumens
  • White Brightness: 2400 lumens
  • Wirelessly transmit Full HD 1080p
  • Up to 600,000:1 contrast ratio
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Product Information

Style: Wireless HDMI
Technical Details
Brand NameEpson
Item Weight27.8 pounds
Product Dimensions23 x 20.1 x 13.6 inches
Item model numberHome Cinema 5030UBe
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
  
Additional Information
ASINB00F144HSG
Shipping Weight28.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 25, 2013
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: 90 day limited
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Product Description

Style: Wireless HDMI

EPSON - EXCEED YOUR VISION
Home Cinema Projectors
PowerLite Home Cinema
PowerLite Home Cinema
PowerLite Home Cinema
PowerLite Home Cinema
PowerLite Home Cinema 5030UBe 2D/3D 1080p 3LCD Projector
Wireless 2D and 3D high–definition dedicated
home theater projector with THX certification
and Ultra Black levels.
Enjoy a true cinematic experience at home with the easy–to–use, wireless Home Cinema 5030UBe. Stream Full HD 1080p content in seconds without the need for messy cables thanks to Wireless HDMI. Get inside the action of sporting events, films and video games with 2D/3D Full HD 1080p performance. Images are rich and real with 2400 lumens of color brightness and 2400 lumens of white brightness.1 AV enthusiasts will appreciate the exquisite detail of a contrast ratio up to 600,000:1. And, setup is simple with the horizontal and vertical lens shift and 2.1x zoom. The 5030UBe even features THX display certification for natural textures and a film–like movie experience. So, sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Key Features
Up to 3x Brighter Colors with Epson
Up to 3x Brighter Colors with Epson2

Brilliant image quality requires high color brightness. Epson 3LCD projectors have up to 3x Brighter Colors than leading competitive projectors.2

Bright and Colorful
Bright and Colorful

Amazing color brightness in almost any lighting.

CERTIFIED 3 CHIP TECHNOLOGY
Rich, vibrant color and reliable performance

3LCD, 3–chip technology
and C2Fine technology.

HDMI ™
HDMI Connectivity

Two HDMI ports make it easy to connect to receivers, Blu–ray®players, game consoles, Apple®iPad®, Apple TV and more.

THX 3D DISPLAY
THX display certification

Ensures accurate picture quality, adhering to performance standards for black levels, resolution, contrast, color gamut and signal processing.

Exquisite detail
Exquisite detail

An incredible contrast ratio up
to 600,000:1

Easy, stress-free setup
Easy, stress-free setup

Get a perfectly aligned image in
seconds with versatile image
correction tools.

Images up to 300 "
Images up to 300"

Larger–than–life entertainment in your own home.

Rechargeable RF 3D glasses
Rechargeable
RF 3D glasses


Enjoy 3D adventures from any seat in the house.

Product Description & Features

• One measurement of brightness is not enough — look for both high color brightness and high white brightness
  
  The PowerLite Home Cinema 5030UBe has:
        Color Brightness: 2400 lumens1
        White Brightness: 2400 lumens1

• Exquisite detail — up to 600,000:1 contrast ratio, plus Super-resolution technology

• Stunning picture uniformity and color — features a state–of–the–art Fujinon® lens and built–in cinema filter

• Built–in color modes — choose from one of four special color modes optimized for different content and settings

• Outstanding support — two–year limited warranty and toll–free support



The Epson HC Model Comparison
  HC500 HC725HD HC730HD HC2000 HC2030 HC8345 HC3020/e HC5030/e
  Projector Models HC500 HC725HD HC730HD HC2000 HC2030 HC8345 HC3020/e HC5030/e

  Color Brightness 2600 2800 3000 1800 2000 1800 2300 2400
  White Brightness 2600 2800 3000 1800 2000 1800 2300 2400
  Native resolution 800x600 720p 720p 1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p
  Contrast ratio Up to
3000:1
Up to
12,000:1
Up to
12,000:1
Up to
13,000:1
Up to
15,000:1
Up to
25,000:1
Up to
40,000:1
Up to
600,000:1
  Speaker(s) Built–in
Speaker
Built–in
Speaker
Built–in
Speaker
Built–in
Speaker
Built–in
Speaker
Built–in
Speaker
Two 10 W  
  Keystone correction/
Lens Shift
Keystone
correction
Keystone
correction
Keystone
correction
Keystone
correction
Keystone
correction
Lens
shift
Keystone
correction
Lens
shift
  HDMI 1 port 1 port 1 port 2 ports
including
1 MHL
2 ports
including
1 MHL
2 ports 2 ports
(e series –
5 ports)
2 ports
(e series –
5 ports)
  USB connections checkmark checkmark checkmark checkmark checkmark   checkmark  
  Aspect ratio Supports
16:9
widescreen
Supports
16:9 widescreen
Supports
16:9 widescreen
Supports
16:9 widescreen
Supports
16:9 widescreen
16:9
widescreen
16:9
widescreen
16:9
widescreen
  3D       checkmark checkmark   checkmark checkmark
  wirelessHD             checkmark checkmark
1 Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.

2 Compared to leading 1-chip DLP Home Entertainment Projectors. Epson 720p projectors are 3x Brighter; Epson 1080p projectors are consistently 2x and up to 3x Brighter. Based on NPD data, July 2011 through June 2012. Color brightness (color light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Color brightness will vary depending on usage conditions.

WHAT'S IN THE BOX

  • PowerLite Home Cinema 5030UBe projector
  • Power cord
  • Two HDMI cable clamps
  • Remote control with AA batteries
  • CD-ROM with users guide link
  • Two pairs of RF 3D glasses
  • Wireless transmitter with AC adapter
  • 3D glasses charging cable
  • Quick Setup Guide

Customer Reviews

Well worth the money, and I did my research.
Amir
Superb picture, quiet, easy menu settings to optimize the picture with separate adjustment for black level, white level, color temp and saturation.
ian murray
The black look very well even though I have some indirect ambient light coming in through my living room.
Benny

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Just "Steve" on October 26, 2013
Style Name: 2400 Lumens & 3D Glasses Verified Purchase
I absolutely LOVE this projector. I held out on buying the previous 5020 model to get this one, and I am glad I did. This projector is AMAZING. My neighbor has a previous model Epson, and he came over and said he definitely saw the difference. Regular HD TV looks really good, and of course BluRay's do as well, but 3D blew my socks off. When this projector is kicking 3D quality resolution out, nothing else even comes close!

100% recommended!

**** UPDATE 11/24: I mentioned in a comment that I would update this post with feedback regarding the "gaming delay." When I had a PS3 connected to it, there was a definite half-second delay between a button press on the controller and the feedback on the screen (tested in normal FINE mode, I did not test it in FAST mode, since I was unaware of this option at the time). I tested in FINE mode again when my XBox One arrived on the 22nd, and as it turns out there is NO delay in normal (FINE) mode using the new XBox One and the testing game RYSE. I do not know why the delay is gone, aside from the obvious hardware improvements in the new Xbox, but I wanted to follow up as promised (also, I did not test the PS4, nor did I test any other games yet, so I cannot comment on those).

The Projector is still amazing. Hope this all helps =)
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Flyer2000 on April 5, 2014
Style Name: 2400 Lumens & 3D Glasses Verified Purchase
After much research and going back and forth on a couple projectors, I ended up going with this one. I had several friends and two professional installers recommend Epson, and this unit in particular.

Very easy to set up, and install, which I ended up doing myself. The ability to move the picture around SO easily, up / down, left / right was a piece of cake. I haven't even had to adjust the keystone part - seems to be just fine.

I am using this projector with a 120" diagonal screen (Silver Ticket), with the projector mounted from the ceiling 16 feet back from the screen - this works great. The system is connected to the Denon AVR-X3000 receiver, and then that is tied in to the Sony BDP-S5100 3D Blu-ray Disc Player. The system works very well with either 2D or 3D movies, and did so, with very little set up or configuration by me.

The fan makes a little bit of noise when it first comes on, but then quiets right down and is very quiet during normal operations.

I was a little worried that with "only" 1080p resolution (and not 4K), that 120" screen diagonal would be too big when viewing from 12 feet. This was NOT the case - the projector creates a very nice picture. We watched Avatar in 3D the first evening, and "Wow" and "it looks like a window" were the feedback. So the resolution is outstanding and works well at these distances.

Overall I am very happy and satisfied with this purchase.
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Shubham Garg on February 10, 2014
Style Name: 2400 Lumens & 3D Glasses
I admit to being a first time diy home cinema builder and researched a lot before buying the projector.
I have paired it with a Monoprice Matrix 4X4 switch and splliter and Onkyo 626 TX NR and a Polk Audio towers and Center channel.
I have custom installed a 160 inch screen with materials obtained from Carl's Place.. Great starter screen material.. Search it on google.
I have been using it since late November and set it up in my basement with minimal natural light coming in from outside.

Its great..I have used it to watch TV on DISH HD; Watch blurays and play games on PS3 and used it for general youtube and internet TV watching using roku and Plex media server..

It functions great.. Setup is fairly simple.. It takes some time to realize the huge amount of functionality present.. Has a dedicated THX mode for movie watching.. I use the vivid mode for the sharp colors and bright picture. I know its not what dedicated cinema goers recommend but well I am not one of them.. I used disney "worlds of wonder" to set it up and it improved the experience dramatically... It has a very helpful lens shift which is a boon for DIY makers as it makes it very easy to install it.. The remote is backlit and helps when you want to change the settings in a whole dark enviornment. In short, I have taken this projector for over 500 hours and found pretty much no venues to complain.
That says a lot for a beginner like me... Highly recommended..
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By James C. on May 9, 2014
Style Name: Wireless HDMI
This is my first foray into projectors. Although not large screens. I have a 70" Sony rear projection TV, now about five years old, which was great. I bought and returned an 82" rear projection TV that was unimpressive. When I moved to a new house, it had a room that was perfect for a home theater, so I decided the Epson 5030 would be ideal. And, to a point, I'm not disappointed.

I bought it with a 1.1 gain DaLite matte screen that gives me a 119" picture. If you're considering a projector, this one or any, do your homework. Selecting the right screen can make all the difference. And screens are not cheap. You can spend as much on the screen as the projector.

Before I go further, I'll give you my short review and advice since you're reading these reviews:

SKIP THE WIRELESS UNLESS YOU ABSOLUTELY NEED IT. You'll save a lot of money, and maybe avoid some annoying problems. To understand my reasoning, you have to consider how you connect your sources. The projector is the video portion of the system, whereas a TV can be both video and audio (at the most basic level). So, let's say you have a DVD player, a DVR, a cable box, a streaming video player (e.g. A Roku), or some combination of them. Since the projector doesn't have audio output per se, the likely setup is plugging all your sources into an A/V receiver using HDMI or component + digital audio cables. The output from the receiver goes to the Epson using HDMI (that's your only choice). The one choice you do have is you can plug the cable directly into the projector or, if you have the wireless model, into the transmitter which then transmits the video signal to the projector. So whichever way you go, you still have to have a power cable going to the projector.
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