Epson Home Cinema 1040 1080p, 2X HDMI (1 MHL), 3LCD, 3000 Lumens Color and White Brightness Home Theater Projector
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|Hardware interface||VGA, D-Sub, USB|
|Display resolution||1920 x 1200|
About this item
- Screen Size Range: 80-inches from 8 feet; 119-inches from 12 feet
- White Brightness: 3000 Lumens; Color Brightness: 3000 Lumens
- Contrast Ratio: 15,000:1; Keystone Correction: Yes; Lens Shift: No
- Warranty: 2 Year Limited; Lamp Life: Up to 10,000 hours (ECO mode) and up to 5000 hours (Normal mode)
- Connectivity: 2 HDMI (1 MHL), 1 RCA (composite), 1 RCA (1 audio L/R), 1 VGA D-sub 15 pin (computer input/component), 1 USB Type A, 1 USB Type B
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 37.08 x 36.32 x 15.75 cm; 2.59 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 15 September 2015
- Manufacturer : Epson
- ASIN : B014D7XGNS
- Item Model Number : V11H772020
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The Home Cinema 1040 projector delivers bright, Full HD 1080p widescreen entertainment at home. Portable and easy to use, the projector features up to 15,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, plus 3000 lumens of color brightness and 3000 lumens of white brightness (2). Connect your Blu-ray Disc player, gaming console or streaming device like Chromecast, and project up to 300", on virtually any wall or screen. Two HDMI ports, MHL (3) connectivity, a built-in speaker and convenient setup tools make it easy to enjoy HD content out of the box.
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Decidí comprar uno con un precio superior al del promedio y no me hizo quedar mal.
La definición es excelente, la instalación rápida y llegó en perfectas condiciones.
Sin duda una excelente compra.
This is not a professional level, large event space projector. The throw distance is relatively short, covering a roughly 80 - 100 inch screen at about 10 feet. Even at 1920 x 1080, the picture quality starts to get washed-out around that size. Also, for a 3000 lumen rating, it doesn't appear to be that bright. It seems more on-par with about a 2500 lumen projector. That could just be my perception, based on the location of the lighting in that room. Also, the time it takes to get to full brightness seems quite slow compared to other 3000 lument projectors that I have installed for customers. Since the bulb is among the most expensive piece of a projector, the price-range of this projector would explain those last 2 complaints. I also found the horizontal keystone settings to be somewhat large increments. I wish they were smaller, but that is just me trying to get it perfectly sized based on a slightly off-center position relative to the screen. Otherwise, the range of adjustment was impressive. The vertical keystone adjustments worked great, also with a wide range of adjustability, and nice granularity to the steps.
One quirk I noticed... if you accidentally turn it off, it will take a minute or two to turn on again.
Otherwise, this projector has good color, saturation, resolution, and brightness for its price point. Nothing spectacular, and nothing terrible. A good, middle of the road projector for presentations. I cannot attest to how well a movie looks on it, or the quality of the sound from its tiny built-in speakers.
I plugged my RaspberryPi into it, and good lord, the picture is sharp and crisp, and the colors are bright and vivid. As expected, the sound output is pretty average, but that seems to be pretty standard these days with TVs and projectors alike. I went ahead and picked up an HDMI audio extractor for the best sound quality.
As there is a newer model out for a little less than the current price of this projector ($649), and given there are other projectors that are competitive or better quality in this price range I can't say I'd recommend it at this price point-but if were to go on sale for close to what I paid, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.