Epson Home Cinema 3700 1080p 3LCD Home Theater Projector
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- Bright - ideal for a variety of lighting conditions, the projector has: Color Brightness: 3,000 lumens (1) and White Brightness: 3,000 lumens (1).
- Full HD 1080p, widescreen 3D performance - for movies, games and more, up to 300".
- Deep black levels - up to 70,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for rich detail in dark scenes.
- Project a 110" image from just 10.5' away - Plus or minus 60 vertical and Plus or minus 24 horizontal lens shift plus 1.6x zoom allow for flexible positioning and easy setup.
- Epson Image Enhancement Technology - features Super-resolution with Detail Enhancement to sharpen and refine images for lifelike smoothness and clarity.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 40.89 x 30.48 x 16.26 cm; 6.89 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 29 June 2018
- Manufacturer : Epson
- ASIN : B01LZZ7O1M
- Item Model Number : Home Cinema 3700
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Bright ideal for a variety of lighting conditions, the projector has: Color Brightness: 3000 lumens White Brightness: 3000 lumens Full HD 1080p, widescreen 3D performance for movies, games and more, up to 300" Deep black levels up to 70,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for rich detail in dark scenes Project a 110" image from just 10.5' away 60 percent vertical and 24 percent horizontal lens shift plus 1.6x zoom allow for flexible positioning and easy setup Epson Image Enhancement Technology features Super-resolution with Detail Enhancement to sharpen and refine images for lifelike smoothness and clarity Captivating sound two built-in 10 W stereo speakers deliver lifelike sound without the need for additional speakers Stream HD videos compatible with your favorite streaming device, including MHL-enabled devices - just connect your existing sound system
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Top reviews from other countries
It is a light cannon
Good color saturation
Excellent lens shift range
The Not So Good:
The 3D has notable ghosting and motion artifacts, regardless of what glasses I used (tried Epson's as well as Sony and a Chinese off-brand) and regardless of various projector settings.
Strangely, the professional magazine reviews claim excellent 3D performance and virtually no ghosting, but the vast majority of online user reviews complain of unresolvable and unacceptable 3D crosstalk.
The user reviews are correct.
The crosstalk also has the effect of making details look blurry. If you want 3D, DLP is the way to go. DLP pixels can move exponentially faster than LCD pixels, hence zero crosstalk inherent in the imaging chip.
Also, the contrast is a little bit lacking. Yes, the dynamic iris can give you better blacks in dark scenes. But dark areas in bright scenes look slightly washed out, as the iris cannot help you there and performance is limited by the native contrast of the LCD and optics.
In Dynamic Cinema mode after calibration, I was able to get a nice pop with acceptable if not great contrast.
Also, if you turn the Epson super white function off (as it is by default) almost ALL white levels are clipped on a 255-step contrast test panel, regardless of where you set the contrast! Thus, you absolutely need to have the Epson white feature on. (This was true for both Cinema modes, other modes not tested).
In summary, if you want 3D, go with DLP. Nothing else can do it right.
If you want great brightness and performance for standard fare at this price, the projector looks quite good post-calibration, despite leaving you slightly wanting for more contrast
Most of the features are worthless, but that's par for the course on projectors. Manufacturers pack in tons of crap just to check boxes, but no one uses them.
The feature I really love is how you adjust the screen edges. In addition to the traditional trapezoid, it also has a mode where you can move each corner individually. OMG! Such a huge time saver.
The sideways shifting of the image was also helpful because I mounted this to a drop-arm that was already on the ceiling and it was off by an inch or two. Saved me having to move the whole thing. The zoom is also solid.