Epson Home Cinema 5040UB 3LCD Home Theater Projector with 4K Enhancement HDR10 100% Balanced Color and White Brightness Ultra Wide DCI-P3 Color Gamut and UltraBlack Contrast Reviews

By | February 18, 2020

Epson Home Cinema 5040UB 3LCD Home Theater Projector with 4K Enhancement HDR10 100% Balanced Color and White Brightness Ultra Wide DCI-P3 Color Gamut and UltraBlack Contrast Specs and Reviews

Epson PRO UHD with 4K Enhancement Technology (1) : accepts 4K UHD content and upscales 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. Computer Compatibility: PC, Mac. Driving Method – Poly-silicon TFT Active Matrix, 0.74″-wide panel HDR10 (2) High Dynamic Range and Ultra Black Contrast : full 10 bit color output and a contrast ratio up to 1,000,000:1 deliver an extraordinary range of color and detail in both bright and dark scenes Lab Ultra Wide Color Gamut : delivers 100 Percent of the 3 dimensional DCI P3 color gamut (3), the digital cinema standard, with 50 Percent wider color gamut than Rec. 709. Excluding feet: 20.5 x 17.7 x 6.7 inches (W x D x H) 100 Percent Balanced Color Brightness : 2,500 lumens of equal color and white brightness (4) for vibrant, rich color, even in rooms with ambient light
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pACuh says:

However, I am now on my third projector since purchasing it in May 2017.I didn’t get the ambient light reducing screen or anything close to that I got a basic white 80 dollar pull down screen for now so with that said for it to come close to the Sony it’s gotta be dark as possible.we lost $2500 buying this projector because it has a POWER issue and its a KNOWN issue.I got it from Amazon Aug 23rd.The 5030UB is great but lacks, of course, 4k enhancement.It is a big hassle to unmount and mount this unit on the ceiling it is heavy.Just today, like TONS of other owners, my power supply died.I am 53yrs old, semi audiophile and videophile.Loved it.For the cost and features this provides and to drop dead after a few months is ridiculous.I probably have less than 200 hours on this unit .However, it presents a problem with streaming set-top boxes and game consoles, which are frequently locked to a 60p output.I contacted the seller, TOPSELLER7, he said he won’t take returns after 30 days. I purchased Home Cinema 5040UB in Feb, 2018 and since have used it occasionally.Within thr first week, the HDMI inputs quit working.Luckily Square Trade came to the rescue and I offloaded the replacement on eBay to upgrade to this one.Mine looked great when it was working but is now completely dead.Called epson tech support and was told the unit is out of warranty by 9 days and they can not help me but could recommend a service center that could help me repair the issue at my expense.Completely unreliable!![/review1][review2] I took my time before writing this about 30 hours of viewing and pretty much did it all from gaming to 3d to 4k and 1080 i and p … to start I’m coming from a 4k Sony and my eyes are used to that type of picture quality so to me it truly needs the darkest room possible to shine.

sNgcY says:

That’s a lot of money to me and I wish I had known. Power went out for the unit within 45 days of purchase.I’ve put it through the initial paces, hooking up two HDMI cables, one from a PS3 and a 2nd HDMI from the Spectrum cable box.the really bad thing is that Epson has refused to admit and/or do anything about it.It doesn’t turn on anymore.But all of a sudden, this projector won’t turn on.I upgraded from an older projector that was about to go due to hours on the lamp and did plenty of research on this model – I am really glad I went with it.Will add to this after I let Epson charge my card for the amount of the refurb, then credit my card back once they receive the original projector back, wow.The black levels are so good on the gray screen that it looks truly black in dark scenes.Streamed 4k videos on Amazon and they are amazing.Pretty annoying to have to swap it out because it is ceiling-mounted and calibrated.At installation, the contractor mentioned to me that it was one of the best pictures that he had seen in a home cinema projector.The picture quality in 4K is truly brilliant.The picture quality looks below 1080p much less 2160p.Loved the picture quality.Bottom line: there are projectors with far less risk for the money out there.Just purchased on May 4 .I owned a Panasonic PT-AE2000U and this system is significantly better all around.By far the best in its class for features at this price.

toazOI says:

During this time, I have been through two projectors; both Panasonic with the last one being the PT-AE4000U which I have been very pleased with.This projector is not worth the risk.I’ve used it successfully in and outdoors, so far only with a white Elite Screens outdoor projection screen.Wished we have purchased a different brand A great product with low noise and excellent picture.Image is awesome and colors are vivid. This projector is great.Have only owned this for a short period so will have to keep an eye out for issues with the power supply.I believe HDR to be the more impressive feature than Epson’s 4K enhancement anyway.It’s the infamous power supply failure.I hope Epson honors the 2 year warranty.Mine is two years old.I’m going to save the extra $1,000 and upgrade my other equipment.The most I can get out from it is 4K HDR 10bit at 30fps using Nvidia Shield TV custom setting.Total junk.My setup is 135″ grey silver ticket screen.I only wish I’d purchased the model with the WiFi remote connection option.This is my first projector and the picture quality is amazing!I did purchase a Elite Screens CineGrey 3D® Screen.Alas, I was wrong! This is one of the worst pieces of expensive hardware I have seen and it is surprising that Epson is willing to put its reputation at stake with this piece of crap.

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