Epson Home Cinema 3020 1080p, HDMI, 3LCD, Real 3D, 2300 Lumens Color and White Brightness, Home Theater Projector ⭐⭐⭐⭐:halfstar:

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To Buy Or Not Summary

:star::star::star::star::halfstar: by 206 customers
4.3 out of 5
  • Amazon Customer Reviews
    :star::star::star::star::halfstar: by 175 customers
    4.3 out of 5

  • Walmart Customer Reviews
    :star::star::star::star::emptystar: by 31 customers
    4.2 out of 5

Features

  • Color brightness: 2300 lumens
  • White brightness: 2300 lumens
  • 2D-to-3D conversion
  • Up to 40,000:1 contrast ratio
  • Includes 2 pairs of RF 3D glasses
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#2

Amazon Review by Deb Greencreek :star::star::star::star::star:

48 people found the following review helpful

Perfect for my Family

We love this projector! Epson got it right! The new rf glasses don't lose sync, are extremely light-weight, and re-charge quickly. (And a charge lasts for up to 40 hours.) This model also converts 2D to 3D (and 3D to 2D, if needed). Both of these changes are a big improvement over the previous model--if those things interest you. We think the 3D is a lot of fun!

It has built in speakers, which are great if you want to take this to the backyard or vacation place. But I’d recommend adding a receiver and speakers for best sound. (Make sure to hook thru the receiver with an hdmi cable that can handle return audio and 3D if you want the best sync. We hooked an old receiver without hdmi up to the blu ray via the two audio outs and sent the hdmi to the projector, and there was a noticeable delay. It wasn’t awful, but many new receivers are so cheap, you might want to upgrade if you’re using an older receiver.)

The colors look great and the blacks are good. We’re using a 120" diagonal screen with a 16’ throw, and it’s plenty bright, too–even in 3D. The projector doesn’t handle a lot of ambient light, though–at least to me. And the 3D glasses catch reflections if you have ambient light. So I’d say plan on watching in low light or darkness for the best results–IMHO.

We plan on using our projector pool side this summer, so we made out own ceiling mount with quick release. (It mounts with M4 screws.) But this unit doesn’t have lens shift up or down; and the only left or right adjustment uses a keystone corrector. So if you can’t get it exactly at the correct height and centering, you might have an issue.

For the past five years, we’ve watched a 60" 1080i TV. But for a real “theatre” experience, this projector with our 120" screen blows that away! Even our DVDs upconverted thru a blu ray still look great. And 3D is fantastic with a really big screen.

There are better projectors out there according to specs. But for the price, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. The Epson 3020 is perfect for our family. :slight_smile:

Amazon.com - Customer Reviews: Epson Home Cinema 3020 1080p, HDMI, 3LCD, Real 3D, 2300 Lumens Color and White Brightness, Home Theater Projector


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Walmart Review by :star::star::star::star::star:

Epson 3010 Projector

This was my first experience with a home theater and I must admit I did not know what to expect. The Epson 3010 projector and a Denon sound system and amplifier with a 6 channel surround sound system far out performed my expectations. The picture is bright and clear, the colors are excellent and you get 3D as an added bonus if you happen to have a few 3D movies to play on your Blue Rae DVD player.

I would recommend this Epson sytem to anyone looking to purchase an economical home theater that give exceptional entertainment value for the money.

Walmart.com - Customer Reviews: Epson Home Cinema 3020 1080p, HDMI, 3LCD, Real 3D, 2300 Lumens Color and White Brightness, Home Theater Projector


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#5

@patadm great :smile: