Epson EH-TW3200 3LCD Projector (25000:1, 1800 ANSI Lumens, Full HD 1080p)

July 30, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Projector brightness: 1800 ANSI lumens Projection technology: – Native resolution: 1080p (1920×1080) Contrast ratio (typical): 25000:1 Projection distance: 2.98 – 6.36 m

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(as of April 20, 2020 6:45 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • Projector brightness: 1800 ANSI lumens
  • Projection technology: –
  • Native resolution: 1080p (1920×1080)
  • Contrast ratio (typical): 25000:1
  • Projection distance: 2.98 – 6.36 m

Comments

Chris Hoare "Chris" says:

Make a big statement I anxiously waited all day for the postman to bring my Epsom TW6000 projector; when he arrived he was carrying what I think is the largest box amazon ship. Inside another well packaged box was the projector I had been waiting for all day; a projector 50% thicker than the original PS3 and about a similar size all finished with a polished piano black effect plastic; which looks really good. The design is a large rounded rectangle, the lamp output is in centre which makes much simpler to setup compared to offset designs and the vents that keep the bulb cool are on either side it. The lamp is protected with an easy to replace air filter that ensures airflow is steady. This design means you may want to put the projector in front of you to keep away from the warmer air it outputs – but in the cold days of the end of April and early May 2012 it didn’t make a noticeable difference. Throughout my use of the projector (even after a long 5 hours run) the fans were never audible over the sound…

Daniel Billinton "daniel" says:

Great all round Full HD 3D projector. Almost perfect except for one flaw The Epson EH-TW5900, I would assert is probably the best value sub £1,000 Full HD 3D projector available.To provide some context I had owned several Optoma DLP projectors before this such as the HD72 and HD20. Although they were low in price, I lost confidence in Optoma products (after having 4 different HD20’s) as they were very unreliable and temperamental proving to be very sensitive to HDMI cables and sometimes refusing to ‘hand-shake’ with an HDMI signal.In short I wanted to upgrade to 3D and I considered the optoma HD300x and the HD33 but was unconvinced as I knew that for 3D you needed at least 2000 lumens for a decent bright image. Anyway, I took the chance to try Epson LCD technology instead.The first thing you notice about the Epson is it’s size – the LCD technology is inevtably bulkier than the equivalent DLP technology found in the Optoma’s. It’s much heavier too – so much so that I had to reinforce my ceiling mount. But when it is up,…

Linda Boot "lyn1957" says:

fantastic projector had this projector for 2 weeks now,cannot believe how good it is for what it costs it beats some of the more expensive models,dont know how epson have got it down to this amount,the picture quality is stunning,keeps the kids quite playing their ps3 games on it its quite big so be prepared to buy a big enough shelf to house it on,i found a perfect glass shelf on amazon that it fits on a treat which swivels,brilliant projector and replacement lamps can be found on-line quite cheaply,with a life span of 4000 hours so dont be put off try it

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