Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR Specs and Review
TRUE 3 CHIP PROJECTOR DESIGN : Advanced 3LCD technology displays 100 Percent of the RGB color signal for every frame. This allows for outstanding color gamut while maintaining excellent brightness, without any “rain bowing” or “color brightness” issues seen with other projection technologies 4K resolution processing : Advanced pixel shifting technology precisely controls three individual high definition LCD chips to parallel process millions of pixels. This new type of resolution Enhancement technology results in an exceptionally sharp 4K visual experience Her processing : Full 10 bit HDR (3) color processing accepting 100 Percent of the HDR source information to faithfully reproduce HDR content for an exceptional visual performance; Operating Temperature: 41 ° to 95 °F (5 ° to 35 °C) Digital imaging processing : Real time 12 bit analog to digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions, while helping to eliminate banding, blocking, and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance. This powerful processor faithfully reproduces the source material the way it was intended to be shown Outstanding brightness : capable of displaying 4K content at an incredible 2, 600 Lumens for both color and White brightness (2). This not only provides for a wider performance envelope but allows for an exceptional HDR performance. Aspect Ratio 16:9 widescreen (4:3 resize,16:10 resize). Compatible with 4:3 with Normal, Full or Zoom Modes. White Brightness White Light Output 2600 lumens. Color Brightness Color Light Output 2600 lumens Epson Ultra black technology : Epson created a proprietary Compensation filter that controls the polarization of light itself. This allows Epson to suppress any stray light within the signal, producing an outstanding dynamic contrast Ratio of 1, 000, 000: 1 Precision HDR adjustment : Real time HDR curve adjustment allowing for 16 steps of control to fine tune the HDR performance. Regardless of the content being displayed
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I actually took a personal day on Friday so I could welcome my new baby home properly and spend the weekend bonding with him .This is my second Epson now.I also own the LG OLED65C7, which I use for viewing 4k UHD content in “beautiful” mode.So you’ve got a few thou burning a hole in your pocket, and you’re looking to upgrade your projector experience to 2019.It is amazing.Every scene that has any bit of action or panning is filled with jutter and blurriness.The most important things to me were deep blacks, sharp 4k resolution, vibrant colors and 3D bluray quality.This “blurriness” could just be perceptual and not technical, but it’s still there.technical support said they would not be able to fix it since the projector is working meaning I can see a projected picture and I requested to take it to the next level I’ve only had it for 4 months and it has less than 200 hours on it.The picture is crisp and all the auto settings make use of this machine simple and enjoyable.I don’t think there is any 4k projector which will display a better image in these lighting conditions.I also added a FireTV Cube and didn’t hold out hope that it would switch to the Wireless HD unit.00, three year old Sony that would break down every six months…piece of junk!! So, I wasn’t going to spend that kind of money on another projector.4k uhd hdr discs look amazing.This review will probably repeat things given in previous reviews, but these are my opinions.Our prior house had JVC 4K and it was better almost LED quality.Support, not so much.Unbelievably easy set up.Then this projector came out on sale! Awesome color for the price and low input lag for games.
Beware! Not all HDMI cable can deliver 4k, so be sure and check info at the projector and verify you are projecting 4k.I think my biggest concern was that it wouldn’t be bright enough.The biggest advantage this has over the competition is the motorized lens memory.Here are some of the features of the 5050:• 2,600 lumens• Contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1• HDMI 2.Originally I had the Optoma UHD60 and UHD50 this projector is head and shoulders better.I start with that just to let you know that even though this projector has a lumen value similar to some of the small projectors you may have, this one will not come close to working with the same mounts and will need significantly more space.I have both the Obtoma UHZ65 and the Epson 5050.I would encourage you to download the manual and read it from top to bottom.Outstanding picture.I have had the opportunity to use a few different projectors over the years, going from Acer to Viewsonic to my previous projector, the Epson 2150 Home Cinema which I absolutely loved and have been using daily since Sept 2017 even though it was “only” 1080p..Imagine how awesome an LG, Samsung, Sony 75 inch 4K UHD TV looks.Good film quality! Received missing manual book seems like is returned item.I sort of expected just an incremental upgrade.The unit is physically imposing – it’s large – when my wife saw it coming out of the box – she said something similar to “Heck No”! . was expecting a sharper picture,otherwise a very bright colorfull projector stars 5/5I’ve been wanting a projector for years and I have finally made it happen.
The Epson 5050UB and 5050UBe are two new home cinema projectors in their 4K Pro-UHD line, meant to be installed by the homeowner, rather than a licensed professional through CEDIA .Probably not the best idea for your main TV in your living room though.I was skeptical at the idea of it as I am so used to regular TVs, thinking a projector would lose all the color and being washed out by the time the light hits the screen.And for the price, I would expect better hardware out of the box.Here’s what he had to say:This unit has a sleek, modern appearance.I’ve also tested out the Epson Home Cinema 1040 and Epson EX7220 Wireless WXGA 3LCD Projector.With every generation, the picture gets better and the price drops.I can’t believe how far this technology has come over the last 10 years.I have used other projectors that left me thinking that all projectors resulted in images that were nice but not sharp or bright.Installation is straightforward and if you don’t have HDMI pre-wired the wireless HDMI works flawlessly to get everything up and running quickly.I can’t even play non 4k content anymore as I feel like I died and went to heaven watching this beauty.I have it connected to a Denon AV 4K receiver.This collection of technologies delivers the best picture I’ve seen even from the highest end offerings.So it’s amazing that it held up as long as it did.The quick set up guide was brief, so for more details about setting it up, I downloaded the user guide from Epson’s website.I have not gotten a chance to check out their 4k line and I am just as happy as I was when I unboxed my first Epson.For the past three months we have thoroughly enjoyed this Epson 5050UBe projector.The lamp is bright enough that you get decent picture quality even during the day in a room without blackout curtains, but at night in a completely dark room it feels like you are at a movie theater.It truly rivals a good LED TV set but at a massive 100″ scale! Just watched the horror movie Hereditary in 4K HDR streaming on Prime from my Xbox One, and even in predominantly dark scenes, there was excellent shadow detail with no visible blockiness or banding.Mine is mobile, it is being used for Keynote and PowerPoint presentations.