|Item Weight||5.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.9 x 9.8 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||HC1060|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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Epson Home Cinema 1060 Full HD 1080p 3,100 Lumens Color Brightness (Color Light Output) 3,100 Lumens White Brightness (White Light Output) 2x Hdmi (1x Mhl) Built-in Speakers 3lcd Projector
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount|
|Luminous Flux||3100 Lumen|
About this item
- Widescreen Full HD 1080p entertainment up to 300 inches life sized images upto 25x larger than a 60 inches flat panel, on virtually any blank wall or screen
- Bright ideal for a variety of lighting conditions, the projector has 3,100 Lumens of color/white brightness (2)
- Versatile connectivity 2x HDMI ports (1x MHL) to Connect your cable/satellite box, Blu ray Disc player, gaming console or streaming device
- Innovative 3LCD technology amazing action scenes with no rainbow effect
- Operating Distance - 19.0 feet (6.0 meter)
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Portable, bright and easy to use, the Home Cinema 1060 projector delivers larger-than-life Full HD entertainment at home. Get widescreen images up to 300" — up to 25x larger than a 60" flat panel — in 1080p. Easily connect Blu-ray Disc, gaming, streaming and MHL-enabled devices via 2x HDMI ports (1). Featuring 3,100 lumens of color/white brightness (2), the 1060 delivers vibrant images. And, get dynamic contrast up to 15,000:1, a built-in speaker, and setup tools. 1. Includes one Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) HDMI port. 2. 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. 5. Depending on your MHL device, charging may not be supported. 6. For convenient and reasonable recycling options, visit our official site. 7. SmartWay is an innovative partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.Driving Method - Epson Poly-silicon TFT Active Matrix.
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60" / 153 cm
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So that is my use case. LOTS of ambient light. And in that context, this unit does a great job. I'm particularly fond of the color balance - it doesn't wash out colors like my other DLP. It does a great job on watching sports, or doing business presentations. I haven't tried it on a dark movie scene yet, but can say it washes a bit grey on blacks. I find that totally acceptable in exchange for the bright picture in my ambient light situation, though I can understand if someone with a perfect dark room might prefer a DLP or something with better black levels.
As to configuration. Very inexpensive. I'm using the VIVO 100" screen, 1.1 gain, available for $79 at last check on Amazon. And, I purchased a Bluesky HD1080p 3D HDMI Audio Extractor Splitter to let me split out the Audio from the rest of the HDMI signal and skip the speakers on the projector. This was $21. I haven't yet used the speakers on the projector, but at 2W I assume they are what others have reviewed - useless. That said, listening to the fan, it is not bothersome. I can hear it, but not at all over a normal level of TV audio so not a worry that I can see.
Last photo below. This is a 30-degree angle from center, taken on my phone camera. It looks a bit more washed out in the photo than it does live; it is a great picture. Totally fine and pleasurable to watch a basketball game in broad daylight in what is just about the worst ambient light situation I can think of, other than sitting outside in the sunlight. Given the size, I prefer it to my 65" TV, and don't feel like I'm missing whatever color / clarity I've lost vs. the LED-LCD TV unit I have.
Sharing all of this, because I agonized over this decision and must have read 300 reviews and 40 articles or so before taking the plunge. I haven't experienced all those other options, but can say for the price point (and really for even a higher price point) I'm thrilled with this setup for my room. Hope this review helps you out!
Calling Epson tech support will have you wait 10+ business days to receive a refurbished projector I will have to install a bulb in.
Also, the received projector will apparently be shipped to me without notice, but I will have to sign for it, being magically at home.
I have the Image being displayed on a Elite Evanesce Ceiling Mount retractable screen (100inch). The Projector is mounted on the ceiling about 94 inches from the screen face. It will primarily be used for Watching movies, Sports and for the Kids to play Games on it.
Very good and comparable Picture Quality with the likes of OPTOMA projectors of similar class as the OPTOMA 1080 Darbee and the HD-39 Darbee - which I purchased originally but returned. The OPTOMA 1080 Darbee had inconsistent documentation - in some places it seems like it had a ZOOM Ring but it really didn't -and I wasn't able to adjust the image size.
The HD-39 does have a Zoom ring but it did not provide enough zoom -for me to be able to fill up the screen from where the Projector is mounted on the ceiling
The Set Up is easy and Set up from the MENU button on the Remote is very intuitive
I was able to use the Keystone keys to make fine adjustments to get the image placed correctly across the screen.
In my particular case, the ZOOM worked very well and I have a full image across the 100inch screen. The fan is a tiny bit louder than the OPTOMA -so it seems - but you can't really hear it much when you have a Movie or a game playing with the Dolby 5.1 Audio over the Ceiling/wall mount speakers in the room
The one thing, I do miss is the 12V Trigger input on the EPSON projector - which I liked on the OPTOMA family. The benefit of having that is that you don't have to use the Separate remotes for the Screen and the Projector - but I guess you gain some and you lose some. I hope Epson considers including that for future versions of the Projector.
I am intending to get over that limitation by using a Logitech Harmony Remote and Programming the Actions on there.
With the one movie, that I already watched on the Projector -so far very happy with the results.