Epson

Sep 07 2017

News - Epson announces Home Cinema LS100 short throw laser projector

As home theater enthusiasts we all want a projector. That's a fact. Of course our housing, lifesytle, cost, and partner choices come into play - which is why most of us probably don't have one Smile. Short throw models make it much easier to install and place a projector, but have carried a massive price premium for the convenience. With a MSRP of $3,000 Epson's HC LS100 has made the cost problem much smaller; we'll have to wait for some reviews to see if it can deliver the requred PQ.

Aug 22 2017

News - Epson announces five (yes five) affordable home cinema projectors

In what must be an attempt to corner the affordable projector market Epson has announced five home cinema projects ranging in price from $359 to $900. Which means there should be something for pretty much anyone considering a projector to add to their maybe list.

Jun 27 2017

News - Epson announces Home Cinema 4000 HDR "4K Enhancement Technology" projector

If you really want a 4K projector, but can't quite stomach the current prices. The Epson 4000 might be just the thing. It's a 1080p projector that supports HDR10 (sadly not Dolby Vison) and 4K input, then downscales to the native resolution. Which should provide a superior image than standard 1080p sources. The best part is of course the price - $2,200.

Apr 06 2017

News - Epson announces Home Cinema 1450, projector for bright environments

Projectors are awesome. There really isn't a better way to get that massive movie screen. But, unless you have rigid light control you are very liimited in where you can take advantage of all that goodness. Epson is claiming to have that sorted, or at least more so, with their new Home Cinema 1450 - which is specifically designed for brighter environments, and at $1500 (SRP) it won't break the bank either.

Full PR after the click.

Sep 14 2016

News - Epson introduces four new projectors

Ranging from $1,300-$2,000, the three consumer 1080p projectors are the most afforable of the set. But, if your pockets are a bit deeper (OK, quite a lot deeper), there's also a Laser model in the mix. It's also 1080p, but will support 4K + HDR input, and carries a CI targeted $8,000 MSRP.

Jun 29 2016

News - Epson Announces two LCD projectors with 4K UHD signal input & HDR

You would be forgiven for thinking that this pair of ~$3k LCD projectors support 4K, and they do, sort of... It's not spelled out explicitly in the PR (aside from the "signal input" bit), but these are really just 1080p, that accept a 4K input and downscale it. HDR compatiblity is a plus, but I didn't see which formats will work on a quick scan through the specs. If you know, please spill in the comments.

Jan 19 2016

News - Epson PowerLite 2040 LCD projector reviewed @ RHT

I think Chris pretty much nails the main reason why you would consider an LCD projector in this (<$1000) price range over DLP - rainbows. I don't see them, but they are a real, blocking issue for some...

Feb 28 2012

News - Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3010e 3D Projector Reviewed

I recently heard that the trend of dedicated home theaters in new homes is going down.  That's too bad.  But whether you have a dedicated room or not, Epson looks to have a nice entry level 3D projector.

Epson's 3D lineup also includes the step-up Home Cinema 5010 and its custom-market counterpart, the Pro Cinema 6010. The 3010 and 5010 models come in wireless-friendly versions, dubbed the 3010e and 5010e. These models feature a built-in WirelessHD receiver and a standalone WirelessHD transmitter that allow you to wirelessly send the HDMI signal from your sources to the projector. The WirelessHD standard operates over the 60GHz band at a distance up to about 32 feet. This perk adds $200 to the MSRP, with the HC3010e carrying a street price around $1,799.

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