|Item Weight||5.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.6 x 3.1 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||V11H475020|
Epson V11H475020 318-Inches PowerLite Home Cinema 710 HD 720p 3LCD Home Theater Projector
- 720p, high-definition, widescreen performance - for movies, games and more
- Super bright and colorful - 2800 lumens color/white light output
- Vibrant color and reliable performance - advanced 3LCD, 3-chip technology
- Easy setup - 1.2x optical zoom, auto vert. & easy-slide horizontal correction
- Versatile connectivity - HDMI, USB Type A/B, Component Video and S-video
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|Connectivity Technology||HDMI||Dual HDMI||HDMI||Dual HDMI||HDMI^USB^VGA||hdmi|
|Image Brightness||2800 lumens||3000 lumens||3000 lumens||2200 lumens||2200 lumens||3,200 lumen|
|Item Dimensions||3.1 x 11.6 x 9 in||14.3 x 14.6 x 6.2 in||9.5 x 12.79 x 3.11 in||15 x 10.9 x 14.7 in||14.3 x 14.6 x 7.2 in||3.2 x 11.9 x 9.2 in|
|Item Weight||5.1 lbs||5.7 lbs||6 lbs||7.27 lbs||6.9 lbs||5.3 lbs|
720p, high-definition, widescreen performance - for movies, games and more Super bright and colorful - 2800 lumens color/white light output Vibrant color and reliable performance - advanced 3LCD, 3-chip technology Easy setup - 1.2x optical zoom, auto vert. & easy-slide horizontal correction Versatile connectivity - HDMI, USB Type A/B, Component Video and S-video
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As 720p, home "entertainment" projectors go, this is about your best bet. You can get a 1080 projector for a similar ballpark price, but it's gonna have about 1k lumens, not 2800!
I use this in my living room as daily-use entertainment, not a totally dark, basement "home theater". It's perfect. Before this, I had the Viewsonic 720p machine. Before that, a palm-sized, 30 lumen Optoma pico projector that was great for the extreme portability, but I wanted home entertainment.
The Viewsonic was nice, but this Epson is a tad quieter, has a crisper image and, most importantly, the colors! The colors on the Viewsonic were way off, brownish yellows and that sort of thing. I've heard that you can use software to get it up to par but I was never able to get good colors out of it with the built in menu. This Epson is amazing out of the box! I'll get around to tweaking it eventually, but I don't see it needing much. Feels like better quality overall than the Viewsonic. Sleeker cabinet, better remote, etc.
Don't expect to use onboard speakers with a living room setup, only portable situations, if even then. Hook this up to a nice surround sound system.
P.S. to anyone on the fence about buying their first projector: I was at a local electronics store yesterday and saw the 90" Sharp Aquos LED. The world's largest LED tv...$9000...I thought of my $600 Epson at home showing 120" with the quality of a 720p plasma...I laughed. So you say if I watch in 720 instead of 1080, you'll give me another 30" and $8400 back? Um, okay!
This is one of those gadgets, and it's simple and easy to use. The performance is fantastic.
What a toy! We couldn't be more pleased with our projector.
The only problem I had was the throw length. The original mount was 14 feet from the screen, which worked just fine for the Panasonic. It was too far for this model. I could not bring the projected image down to fit my 9 foot screen. Also couldn't move it forward as it is in a room with a vaulted ceiling. Fortunately, building a shelf to move it forward another foot sufficed.
Update: I've had this projector for over two and a half years and have been pretty satisfied with it. Over the last couple of days, I started to notice the image was a little dimmer. Today, the bulb just went with no warning message. There are some bulbs at great prices here on Amazon, but they seem a little dodgy. You know what they say when something seems too good to be true. And besides, despite my prime membership, they wouldn't arrive until Tuesday, and this is Thursday morning! So, I got an OEM lamp on another site for about $100 with next day delivery.
I still think the projector is a bargain, but the 930 HD, the successor for this model, is only $399.
Pros: Eco mode is really quiet! I can hardly even hear it running. I love that, and it's definitely worth the very slight decrease in brightness. HDMI input works great with my computer, and it's nice having an 84" monitor! Also, if you're tech-savvy and planning to project from a PC to impress friends, I recommend a free program called Rainmeter. It lets you put really cool animated graphics and effect/data windows on your desktop, and if you get rid of all your desktop icons and launch your programs through the rainmeter interface, your entertainment center can be transformed from "Cool, you're projecting your computer" to "Wow! You're basically Tony Stark."
Cons: I haven't ran into any cons yet, but some things were unexpected. I assumed it would project and fit my screen at the 16:9 aspect ratio, but in fact the projector is 16:10, so it threw me for a little loop when I started it up. But then I connected my computer and the projector automatically switched to 16:9 and fit my screen perfectly.