Epson Home Cinema 1440 1080p 4400 Lumens Color and White Brightness 3LCD Home Theater Projector Reviews and Key Specs
Screen Size Range: 50-inches from 4.79 feet; 300-inches from 29.36 feet White Brightness: 4400 Lumens; Color Brightness: 4400 Lumens Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1; Keystone Correction: Yes; Lens Shift: No Warranty: 2 Year Limited; Lamp Life: Up to 4,000 hours (ECO mode) and up to 3000 hours (Normal mode) Connectivity: HDMI 1/MHL, HDMI 2, Audio 1, Audio 2, Audio R & L, Audio Out, Computer 1, Computer 2, Kensington Security Lock Port, LAN, Monitor Out, RS-232c, USB (Type A), USB (Type B), VideoUSB (Type A), USB (Type B), Video Throw Ratio Range: 1.38 (Zoom: Wide) – 2.28 (Zoom: Tele). Size (projected distance): 50″ – 300″ (1.46 – 8.95 m) (Zoom: Wide)
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Color —The 3 LCDs destroy the DLP projectors I have used in the past. We love it.Able to cover a 10’x12′ wall while ceiling mounted and sunlight coming in from behind the projector.A few years later it was replaced with another Zenith.It is fast to start and shuts down quickly.During the day, the image looks better on my wall than using the screen, but still very washed out.This light cannon gives you everything except black levels and lens shift, so it’s not the best for true light-controlled home theater, but for typical living rooms, for both late night movies and daytime sports, it can’t be beat! You can tell it was originally designed more for presentation use because of it’s 1920×1200 pixel array, so when used for 1920×1080 material, you have visible horizontal lines top and bottom (because the black levels are not that good. This projector is amazing.Everything was set up by 5:45 PM in August. Great product The 3 accompanied photos illustrate this projector out of the box and shown on a light beige painted wall during the day .And even though the EX7220 is described as high definition, there is really no comparison.Movie night won’t ever be the same! Works perfectly in our church fellowship hall! The picture is outstanding and we are using it outside on our back patio where some sunlight gets in.Really good picture and several inputs.
Crazy bright and crystal clear even with daylight in the room.Dark room viewing can also look impressive but many may find the higher lumens a bit too much for long viewing and while black levels may be acceptable for many, dim, dark scenes may look a little too grey.Loved the fact that I can watch any material anytime I wanted, and not worry about lighting during the day.Are either of these projectors 4K? No, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t greatly benefit from a 4K or 4K equivalent signal.Is this normal? We went with a projector instead of new big screen tv and I’m so glad we did.Which one do you buy and why? Mid-hundred projectors are, in general, much better when viewing at night instead of the day , are more portable, may not project true widescreen resolution, and…obviously the quality will not be as good.Not with this projector.Just got off the phone with Epson and they are sending me a new projector, but… not reimbursing me for the installer to come back out and not giving me a discount.You still get the best image quality with the room dim, but if you want to turn on lights to see what you’re doing in the room, or if lights from adjoining rooms is shining in, you still get a very good looking image on the screen.Projector shows a great picture in daylight or with room lights on.We have not had the sun hit the screen yet, but so far with all the curtains open and lights on it is great.Just gorgeous.Bright enough to be seen in daylight — although obviously better with shades! Great projector extremely bright and clear a little pricy but worth it[/review3][review4] Noticed recently there is a lot of interest in folks looking at projectors as an alternative to larger TVs or the next step in their home entertainment.This projector provides a beautiful picture quality! It has a few niggles but otherwise it’s a fantastic home theater projector.It does make a little noise, but it’s not enough to be distracting.The image quality for high def content, particularly from BluRay, is so high, that I’ve marked my review as 5 stars in spite of enough issues with the projector to make me consider bumping a star.I set up an 84" projection screen in our living room and was completely blown away.
g.Picture is great and would not trade it.I’m replacing an Epson 705HD with it.I am a band director, and I was tired of having to turn off the band hall lights in order to watch our marching film.The Epson Home Cinema 1440 1080p 3LCD Home Theater Projector is a mind-blowingly cool device.My previous experiences have been good, but I never felt like it really replaced a good LCD TV for picture quality.It means to go all the way and live life to the fullest.The picture is just simply amazing and it doesn’t matter if you’re in a darkened room or full light, you will see every detail in living color.It is super bright and the definition is amazing.Leveling is easy, with auto-keystoning, though there is not a lens shift so it needs to be physically centered on your screen.The clarity is excellent and the colors look pretty amazing, too.Wow.