Epson EH-TW6100W Full HD 1080p 3LCD 3D Wireless Projector

September 4, 2013 - Comment

Epson EHTW6100W 3D 3LCD 1080p 2300 Lumens 3 year hardware warranty V11H502041LU Projectors Projectors Product Features 2,300 lumens White/Colour Light Output Wireless Full HD connection 40,000:1 contrast ratio 480hz drive Radio Frequency 3D glasses included

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Epson EHTW6100W 3D 3LCD 1080p 2300 Lumens 3 year hardware warranty V11H502041LU Projectors Projectors

Product Features

  • 2,300 lumens White/Colour Light Output
  • Wireless Full HD connection
  • 40,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 480hz drive
  • Radio Frequency 3D glasses included

Comments

Jimbo P "Jimbo P" says:

A high definition 3D cinema in your own home A little background on my home entertainment past – I started with one of the original Pioneer 42″ 1080i plasma screens and thought it was wonderful. Last Christmas i replaced the Pioneer with a 42″ 1080p 3D Panasonic TX-P42GT30B, which blew me away. However, I had been secretly craving a home projector for years. Until now I didn’t think that the quality/price calculation made sense for me and when 3D TVs started to get popular I thought I would wait because 3D projectors couldn’t be too far away. A year ticked by and I started to see 1080p 3D projectors with a lot of brightness getting to a price that was within reach. I almost went for the Optoma HD33 but then Epson released the EH-TW6100W and I realised that I could save a lot of time and money by not having to route HDMI cables to it, and that made the additional cost seem worth it. OK, enough with the background.The unit is pretty chunky but beautifully and solidly made. I find the design attractive and the…

Skye "mingulay" says:

Up and Running in Minutes This projector is easy to setup and use particularly since the wireless HDMI is “plug and play”. No configuration required.The picture quality is good out of the box but with a bit of tweaking it can be improved. I like a very sharp picture and once you find the Advanced adjustments option in the menus it can be adjusted to your liking.I am using it at approximately 15 feet from a white wall and the picture size (diagonal) is 92″ approx. In subdued light ie one table lamp on in the room you really need to select the “Lounge” option which brightens up the picture but increases the noise from the projector. In “cinema” mode the projector is very quiet though.Unfortunately the optical zoom is manual so if you want to adjust the picture size to maximum for both normal 16:9 TV broadcasts and letterbox widescreen films you need to have access to the front lens adjustment. This is Ok if you are using it mounted on a table but a bit of a problem if it is ceiling mounted.

Mr. M. O'Sullivan "Mr M O'Sullivan" says:

Could have been brilliant but…. I waited in anticipation for this projector and purchased it upon release with high hopes, on paper it ticked all the boxes however it hasn’t lived up to my expectations.On the plus side the 2300 lumens is certainly good, I can watch this during the day without having to close my blinds, the brightness is very good. The image on screen for non-HD content isn’t great, up close shots are good but distance shots, such as you get when watching football, aren’t great, it lacks clarity and seems a bit blurry, however HD content is extremely good regardless and I’m very pleased with that. The colours are deep and bright, a bit too much at first (you can change this of course as there are other settings) until you adapt and get used to it, but a definite plus. The black levels are great for anyone but an expert with a keen eye for such a thing, no complaints here from me. When you first switch the projector on the fans tend to go into overdrive then quickly settle down, the noise…

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