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Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8345 Projector

by Epson
49 customer reviews
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  • Up to 3x Brighter Colors with Epson
  • Color Brightness: 1800 lumens
  • White Brightness: 1800 lumens
  • Lens shift for flexible installation
  • 1080p Full HD; up to 25000:1 contrast ratio
  • Two-year projector limited warranty
  • Support and 90-day lamp limited warranty
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Technical Details

  • HD Compatible

Product Description

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

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PowerLite Home Cinema 8345 1080p 3LCD Projector
Full HD 1080p Home Entertainment at a Remarkable Value.

Get bold, big-screen entertainment at home with the Platinum Edition home theater projector. Delivering 1800 lumens of color brightness and 1800 lumens of white brightness (light output)1, using Epson's 3LCD, 3-chip technology, it projects brilliant images with true-to-life color. This 1080p performer takes cinematic adventures to an entirely new level — presenting movies, sports and videogames like you've never seen before. And, two HDMI ports offer convenient connectivity for incredible HD content. With efficient filtration built in, this projector is also easy to own and maintain. The Platinum Edition home theater projector will make your home the hottest ticket in town, delivering vivid, high-definition adventures.
Key Features
Up to 3x Brighter Colors with Epson*
Up to 3x Brighter Colors with Epson*

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

Bright and Colorful
Bright and Colorful

Amazing color brightness for brilliant image quality.

Energy-efficient E-TORL lamp
Energy-efficient
E-TORL lamp


E-TORL lamps maximize your presentation time, while minimizing your costs.

HDMI Cutting-edge connectivity
Cutting-edge connectivity

Two HDMI ports for connecting all your favorite devices.

Rich, vibrant color and reliable performance
Rich, vibrant color and reliable performance

3LCD, 3-chip technology and C2 Fine technology

Quiet operation
Quiet operation

Low fan noise (just 22dB) so you can focus on your movies and more.
Sharp, crystal-clear detail
Sharp, crystal-clear detail

1080p resolution and a contrast ratio up to 25,000:1

Full HD, 1080p home theater experience
Full HD, 1080p home theater experience

A cinematic experience at home.

Images up to 300"
Image up to 300"

Larger-than-life entertainment in your own home.

Product Description & Features

• One measurement of brightness is not enough — look for both high color brightness and high white brightness

   The PowerLite Home Cinema 8345 has:
      Color Brightness: 1800 lumens1
      White Brightness: 1800 lumens1

• Rich, vibrant color and reliable performance — via a USB thumb drive

• Full HD theater experience — a cinematic experience at home

• Stunning picture uniformity and positioning flexibilty — state-of-the-art Fujinon lens with a 2.1x zoom ratio

• Smooth gradations — for a realistic viewing experience

• Ideal for fast-action movies, TV shows — high-speed auto iris adjusts light output up to 60 times per second

• Easy maintenance — convenient dust filtration system with large surface area for greater efficiency

• Outstanding support — one-year parts-and-labor limited warranty

*Compared to leading 1-chip DLP business and education projectors 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.

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.

"Our Price" is for purchases directly from Epson. Dealer Prices may vary. All prices are in U.S. Dollars.


Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameEpson
Item Weight16.1 pounds
Product Dimensions15.5 x 17.7 x 5.4 inches
Item model numberV11H416120
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color NameWhite
Specification MetEnergy Star
Special FeaturesHD Compatible
  
Additional Information
ASINB00D68Y9B4
Best Sellers Rank
Shipping Weight22.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First AvailableMay 29, 2013
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: 2-year projector limited warranty; 90-day lamp limited warranty

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By G. Kuhn on January 18, 2014
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I had the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 projector, which I bought in March 2013. In December 2013, I noticed white circles on my projected image whenever I had darker scenes. I cleaned the lens, but I could see that there were large dust particles inside the lens. After a little research I learned that these are called dust globs (or dust blobs) and are sometimes a problem with these projectors. I keep the filter cleaned regularly, but this appears to be a fairly common problem. There's no way to clean them without disassembling the projector and voiding the warranty - not recommended for anyone. Amazon customer service was amazing (as always) and agreed to let me return the projector to them for a refund. I turned around and bought this model right away from them.

Until the dust blobs problem, I had been very happy with the quality of the image with the 8350, but I couldn't find any discount pricing on it. So I decided to try out the 8345, even though it is 200 lumens lower in brightness. I just received it, and I am extremely pleased with the image. It appears to be just as bright (without having the ability to do side by side comparisons). It has all the same features and functionality as the 8350, but it was several hundred dollars less expensive, which seems like a pretty significant savings, as long as the image is just a good. It's important to note that I use this projector is a very darkened basement home theater with minimal ambient light. I don't know if you tried to use this in a brighter room if that difference of 200 lumens might be noticeable and therefore a problem. For me it definitely is not a problem.

One of the things I like so much about these 2 projectors is the tremendous placement flexibility.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Terrence A. VINE VOICE on November 4, 2013
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The main issue I have with this absolutely amazing projector from Epson is that once you see what it's capable of, you'll immediately realize that you'll probably never settle for less in terms of a viewing screen.

First off, the picture is so bright and clear that I couldn't help but be surprised when I turned it on. It's just as bright as my normal television, only clearer as it outputs in 1080p. In my experience with projectors, I've always felt that they maintained a somewhat washed out look, even with minimal light. Not so with the Powerlite 8345. The image won't necessarily look fantastic if you're in a brightly lit room naturally but in a moderately lit room, this thing performs incredibly well. If you've got this thing running with the lights all the way down, the picture looks nothing short of miraculous.

The projector also runs very quiet. I haven't mounted it from my ceiling yet as I plan to so for the time being, I have it set up on top of a bookshelf next to my couch and even with it being that close to me, I never noticed it or felt distracted by it, which is a huge plus. There are plenty of features to fiddle around with so calibrating this to your exact specifications shouldn't be an issue in any way. Also really liked how much room the lens gives you to play with, as you can use the positional dials to shift it around a fair amount until you get it right where you want it.

At this point in time, I have absolutely nothing bad to say about this product. I honestly feel like I've entered an entirely new realm as far as home theater setups go. I'm currently projecting on a wall painted with a flat white matte paint and the results go far beyond acceptable.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mike on July 27, 2013
I bought this based largely on reviews. Here is my 1.5 year concise review. All items ranked 1-5, 5 being the best.

Picture: 5
Brightness: 4 (I use in my living room and did install blackout pull downs for the windows to make it better during the day when in use).
Lamp: 5 (so far I have 1605 hours on the first bulb. Note, this is my primary TV now so I use it nearly every day, maybe that increases the lamp life).
Quality: between 3 and 4.

Here are my issues:
1. I have had the 'Auto Iris' issue on about 10 occasions. It has never left me stranded but is un-nerving. I find if you move the projector it is more likely to happen. I was using in more than one location (in the garage for picnic's) but it appears to make the auto iris issue come up. Not it stays in the living room on a high ceiling shelf with lots of air flow room. I have not seen the auto-iris error message pop up in about 6 months so that is good news.
2. The remote power button bit it. I thought it was the projector and fortunately it was not. I now need to use the cable remote to turn on the projector.

Overall I am very pleased. I am anticipating a bulb replacement very shortly. It appears that is a couple bucks. For the money though, how can you beat a 110" 1080p screen in your living room...
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By E. Byers VINE VOICE on November 26, 2013
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This projector is kind of an interesting model, seemingly showing up to fill a gap in a price range and maybe not much else. It's essentially the Epson 8350, specs line up almost 100%.

I've had quite a few projectors over the last few years, the last being the Epson 3020e, which is currently my home theater projector. This projector is a lot alike, and at the same time different.

Here's some bullet points from my observations.
* No 3D support. I think 3D is a gimmick, my other projector supports it, and it has been used a few times, and probably not for a year. However if you want it, and want to pay a bit more for a projector that supports it, look elsewhere.
* Size. This is a quite large home theater projector. Designed to be ceiling mounted. The white blends in nicely, I like the style of this projector, modern and can blend in well.
* Noise. It's very quiet, you can hear the iris if you sit below it, but if it annoys you can easily turn it off (Only have about ~10 hours on this so far, and no auto iris issues or notices)
* Lumens. It's not the brightest projector, with 720p projectors in the same class hitting over 2k lumens, and a lot of home theater projectors getting close to 3000. I'm guessing if you have a mostly dark room, you'll never notice. For me running on eco mode (which is slightly dimmer but saves the bulb) was fine.
* Tilt S*** Lens. Wow, first projector I have had that has had this feature. It's amazing, lets you correct positioning issues. If you have a slightly off area where you need to mount the projector, or you don't want to move the table around to position it, this is awesome.
* Picture Quality. Colors, whites and darks were great.
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