|Item Weight||16.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.5 x 17.7 x 5.7 inches|
|Item model number||V11H373120|
|Special Features||Screen Size compatibility: 9.8 - 20.9, HD Compatible, Is HD-Ready|
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Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 Projector
|Price:||$1,499.00 & FREE Shipping|
- Sharp, crystal-clear detail - a contrast ratio up to 50,000:1
- Brilliant images, anytime, day or night - 2000 lumens color and white light output1
- High-definition, 1080p home theater experience - D7 chip delivers 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Sharp, crystal-clear detail - 1080p TFT D7 chip and Aspect Ratio: Native 16:9, Compatible with 4:3 and 16:9 video formats (with anamorphic lens and scaler) with Normal, Full or Zoom Modes
- Rich, vibrant color and reliable performance - C2Fine technology and 3LCD, 3-chip technology
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I snatched up this projector as soon as I could after it was introduced (October 2010). I felt confident buying a brand new product because this projector is an evolution of the highly regarded 8100 from last year. The 8100 brought 1080P resolution to the mainstream of the home projector market. For the same price or lower, the 8350 improves upon the 8100 in several areas. First, it has inorganic rather than organic LCD panels. This feature suddenly became important to me when my six year old Sanyo PLV-Z2's blue panel gave out. I found out that (eventual) blue panel failure is a common problem with the old Sanyo's organic panels. Inorganic panels are more stable and heat-resistant. In addition to the inorganic panels, the 8350 is brighter than the 8100 and it has a higher contrast ratio (black/white).Read more ›
The Epson 8350 has exceeded my lofty expectations based on research and reviews prior to purchase. The 8350 is a 3LCD projector which uses Epsons upgraded inorganic LCD panels (the key improvement in this model over last year's excellent 8100 with cheaper organic LCD panels). As a result, the contrast and black levels on this projector are outstanding. Setup was fairly easy, and the extended range zoom on this model coupled with both horizontal and vertical lense-shift made placement a breeze. Do note, this model does not have digital keystone adjustment, so you must mount the projector level and then shift the image with the lense adjustments. I had to carefully level my ceiling mount to accomplish this.
The 8350 is a large projector, larger than the images suggest. This may be an issue for a shelf mount or if you place on a table. Image quality is simply stunning, especially at this price point. The 8350 has 5 main "modes" and each is suited to a different use and lighting condition. "Dynamic" mode is bright, very bright. On my Optoma GrayWolf II screen (a gray screen - highly recommended if you have ambient light and want to use during the day), at a 100" picture size, the image was bright and clear, even with ambient light from 4 windows at the side. "Living Room" mode is a touch less bright, but ups the contrast and gives slightly deeper blacks. For night-time viewing, the Cinema, Natural, and HDMI Color modes are all excellent.Read more ›
My first impression when I got the 8350 is that it was huge. It is probably double the size and weight of the Z1. None of the pictures on here had prepared me for how big this was going to be. Luckily my mount was just barely big enough pick up the mounting holes. Which brings me to my next high point. Epson includes a card with the projector that has a private support line number and access code. A quick flip glance through the manual failed to turn up the mounting bolt size, so I gave the support line a try and was able to get through immediately and get the answer (M4 x 9mm). I felt stupid later on when a closer examination of the manual turned up the answer. At least I got a chance to try out the support!
After getting the projector mounted, I fired it up. I'm projecting from a ceiling mount about 14 feet away from a 110" diagonal screen in a dark basement theater. The lens shift (like in the Z1) greatly eases setup. I was able to quickly get the image roughly aligned, sized and focused. The 8350 has a built in pattern generator that puts a line around the perimeter of the display area that should make it easy to align. Unfortunately, the projector lacks any keystone or pincushion type correction. For some reason, I cannot get the picture lined up perfectly with the edges of my screen. I lined up the top edge of the screen on the left and right and the lower left, but then the lower right is off from the edge by about 1/2 inch, so I have to make the image slightly bigger to avoid that gap.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this projector for my newly finished HT in Feb 2013. The images have been great over the past 3.5 years! The fan noise doesn't bother at all. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Patrick L.
Zero quality..Plastic feet broke off in the 1st week with normal use.
Customer Service..Bad & generic.
False bulb life claim by Epson (Fact, just google it! Read more
I love this projector. I've used it for three years now, and just now replaced the bulb. I was cheap at first and didn't bother with a screen, just projecting on a blank wall, and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Anderson
I bought this projector a couple of years ago and I only lightly use it because I keep it mostly at my parents house. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ran
Have had this product for over a year. Used for about 500 hours. It worked fine initially and the quality of the picture was great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Max
I like this as a tool for projecting images from my computer to create artwork. The only reason I give 4 instead of 5 stars is that the image shifts postion over time while I am... Read morePublished 1 month ago by B Scott Methvin
I've had this projector for over 5 years now. It's fantastic, I love it. It works much better than cheap projectors and it's quite flexible on placement. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg Esposito
I've had this projector for about a year and a half, have 4000+ hours on the original bulb and other than the concessional auto-iris error whcih comes us only after I've left the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ant
This projector is wonderful to watch movies/sports on. We hung it from the ceiling in our basement, and basically arranged our entire basement around it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer