Epson Home Cinema 4000 3LCD Home Theater Projector with 4K Enhancement HDR10 100% Balanced Color and White Brightness and Ultra Wide DCI-P3 Color Gamut Specs and Product Review
Epson PRO-UHD with 4K Enhancement Technology (1) — accepts 4K UHD content and upscale non-4K content to deliver amazing lifelike images with resolution that exceeds Full HD Advanced, 3-Chip, 3LCD Design — 3LCD technology ensures no color wheel, no white segment and no rainbow effect HDR10 (2) High Dynamic Range and Rich Black Contrast — full 10-bit color output and a contrast ratio up to 140, 000: 1 deliver an extraordinary range of color and detail in both bright and dark scenes Lab Ultra Wide Color Gamut — delivers 100% of the 3 dimensional DCI-P3 color gamut (3), the digital cinema standard, with 50% wider color gamut than Rec. 709 100% Balanced Color Brightness — 2, 200 lumens of equal color and white brightness (4) for vibrant, rich color, even in rooms with ambient light
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I wrote the review below but have a change in status.Epson does a great job with the optics for many different installation options.For the past six months we have been very happy and have used it sporadically.That projector needed a new lamp and the lamp was $2500! So, I bought this Epson, based on online reviews – thinking that it would probably be not very good and since I am buying from Amazon, it would be easy to return! Now, I am definitely keeping it! :).Especially for under $2000.Yesterday morning, just after its 2 month birthday, it would no longer power on.I’m not new to projectors.I use it in my daylight basement which I built as a dedicated theater with complete light control.I heard lots of stories about how dark you rooms needs to be and that the picture quality won’t be as good.I have contacted the local Epson authorized center, dropped my projector and within 1 week got the replacement projector.About 95% of the performance of its big brother 5040 model for 80% cost.and then it just stopped working.Would not turn on as of 8/7/2018 .Will contact Epson but not dreaming ….Then I tried the Benq TK800 and I was very disappointed, it is a cheaply made product, the picture quality was terrible, the colors look washed out and it even created a white border on the screen when watching movies on Amazon the Benq is highly overrated and overpriced.Product is amazing when it’s workjng.I thought it was the remote but have tried to switch it on from the main switch as well and that also doesn’t work.While that projector was great, the HC4000 is incredible.This means no video game HDR at 4k, but this isn’t a concern for me, and if you are looking at this projector it probably isn’t a concern for you either.
This has an AMAZINGLY clear picture.The benefits of this over any other projector are the remote motorized lens shift and focus, which allows you to place the projector almost anywhere, including out of reach at the ceiling, and fit the image on the screen.This seems to be a reoccurring issue with these projectors.Setup is easy.Great picture very easy to setup.Big mistake! The Epson 4000 only lasted five months with only 20 hours it! I called Epson and they said they would ship me out a brand new one in two days.Automated lens controls are great addition.I just installed, and got Auto Iris Error.It comes on very quickly and I’ve had it for about 7 months with absolutely no problems.actually hypnotizing on the 135 diagonal screen I bought with it.Moves a lot of air need to keep filters clean.The picture could not be more crisp and we have about 15 away.Easy set up and use.Bought it on impulse and didn’t realize how much I spend until writing this review.Contacting epson tomorrow i guess.
It really is a royal screw job by epson to not have put a 2.Not high resolution HDMI.When you factor in price, it is simply unmatched.It is a marked improvement over my 6 year old Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 3010 which still works fine and is on the original lamp..I had my girlfriend watch Morgan in 4k uhd and mind you she never said a word about how great it looked but she was mesmerized nonetheless! She’s not into sci fi .Customer service informed me that “only 3%” of these projectors has this issue which is an admission of poorly selected and/or integrated components.It does, however, still look awesome.It comes bare-bones – just the projector itself, its remote and its power cable.If we have a 65 inch plasma… do we NEED more than that?Oh lord yes.I was enticed by its features coupled with price and flexibility.We weren’t prepared for how much larger the 4000 was than the 2040.Both are still working .My husband set it up, I am technically challenged.I’ve watched a number of movies at their houses and always enjoyed the big screen effect.The media room has controlled light, and can be made as light or as dark as you want.My previous exposure has been in training classrooms and at friends’ backyard viewing parties.The improved contrast, particularly the black levels, is by far the biggest and most noticeable improvement.Seeing that as part of our homeschool coop the kids do presentations sometimes I thought it would be great to have in order to project their presentation on the wall… that was before we realized the size of this particular projector.All of the others I’ve tried (XBox One S, Roku, Apple TV, etc.