Epson Home Cinema 720 LCD Projector Review
Brightness: 1600 ANSI lumens (Dynamic mode)
|Power Consumption: 245W (high); 200W
(low); 4W (standby)
Operating Temperature: 32 – 104 degrees F (0 – 40 degrees C); 20-80% humidity (no condensation)
Fan: 33dB operation (in low mode)
Remote Control: Backlit w/batteries included
Standard Accessories: Power cord, Wireless remote control unit, batteries for remote control
Warranty: 2 year parts and labor limited warranty, 90-day lamp warranty, including overnight replacement services and exclusive Epson PrivateLine toll-free technical support (U.S. and Canada only)Dimensions: 4.9" x 16" x 12.2" in (124 x 406 x 309 mm)
Weight: 11.9 lbs (5.4 kg)
- 720p for under $1300!
- Excellent contrast & color saturation
- Excellent performance "out of the box"
- Backlit remote
- Interpolated 1080p/24/60 support
- HDMI 1.3 with 480i support
- Only 1 HDMI input & 1 Component input
- Doesn't pass below black signals
- Tedious menu system
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Recent Forum Posts:
What are we talking though… $6 in price difference between the Panasonic and the Epson… Yep, that's going to be a harder decision to make. The Panasonic I've actually put up on a Carada 160 BW screen and was shocked at how bright the image was at that size. So, while the Epson is solid, if you do want the killer bright, it may still be better to go with the Panny.
On the other hand, what are the odds we'll see 1080p dip below $1,500 this year since the Sanyo and BenQ models are basically near $2K already? Heck, the new Sanyo is $1,799… Gotta wonder how solid that model is for only about 500 bucks more.