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Promoted 05-19-2016 by SubZero5 at 01:54 PM View Original Post
Adorama has Epson PowerLite HC3020 3D 1080p 3LCD Projector on sale for $899. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Epson PowerLite HC3020 3D 1080p 3LCD Projector
  • 6' Xtreme Braided HDMI Cable with Ethernet
  • Adorama Microfiber Cleaning Cloth


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Couldn't decide between 2045 and this.
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I'm new at projectors...
What kind of projector would you suggest for an apartment Home Theater. setup, where I need ~12-13 foot throw for a 100" diagonal screen.

Will the epson 3020 be bright enough at 12 feet?

I can't drill holes in the ceiling of my place so I'll have to project from behind my couch. Right now I'm on the fence between this one and the BenQ 1070.

Is the wireless HDMI feature worth it? I'll probably be streaming from my laptop and desktop and Roku most of the time. But I heard the wireless HDMI has to be line of sight.

Thanks in advance
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Quote from yymmbb View Post :
I'm new at projectors...
What kind of projector would you suggest for an apartment Home Theater. setup, where I need ~12-13 foot throw for a 100" diagonal screen.

Will the epson 3020 be bright enough at 12 feet?

I can't drill holes in the ceiling of my place so I'll have to project from behind my couch. Right now I'm on the fence between this one and the BenQ 1070.

Is the wireless HDMI feature worth it? I'll probably be streaming from my laptop and desktop and Roku most of the time. But I heard the wireless HDMI has to be line of sight.

Thanks in advance
you should be fine Wink and epson all the way Rock !
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#6
Seems like a really good deal, same price for a referb on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Epson-Cinem...B009EPSJXM
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Good deal OP!
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Quote from yymmbb View Post :
I'm new at projectors...
What kind of projector would you suggest for an apartment Home Theater. setup, where I need ~12-13 foot throw for a 100" diagonal screen.

Will the epson 3020 be bright enough at 12 feet?

I can't drill holes in the ceiling of my place so I'll have to project from behind my couch. Right now I'm on the fence between this one and the BenQ 1070.

Is the wireless HDMI feature worth it? I'll probably be streaming from my laptop and desktop and Roku most of the time. But I heard the wireless HDMI has to be line of sight.

Thanks in advance
seems like wireless will be worth it for you... I'd go for the benq since it's cheaper, can't really go wrong with either

all these 1080p projectors will be obsolete in 4 years, but that's long enough, and they're worth every penny
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No lens shift on this model, for placement considerations. It does seem to have H/V Keystone correction.
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Quote from geocacher99 View Post :
seems like wireless will be worth it for you... I'd go for the benq since it's cheaper, can't really go wrong with either

all these 1080p projectors will be obsolete in 4 years, but that's long enough, and they're worth every penny
what makes you say that? you really think every single channel on cable/sat will be 4k? even nowadays 1080 isnt 100% standard.
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Quote from yymmbb View Post :
I'm new at projectors...
What kind of projector would you suggest for an apartment Home Theater. setup, where I need ~12-13 foot throw for a 100" diagonal screen.

Will the epson 3020 be bright enough at 12 feet?

I can't drill holes in the ceiling of my place so I'll have to project from behind my couch. Right now I'm on the fence between this one and the BenQ 1070.

Is the wireless HDMI feature worth it? I'll probably be streaming from my laptop and desktop and Roku most of the time. But I heard the wireless HDMI has to be line of sight.

Thanks in advance
The Epson projector I have has horizontal offset so I'm able to have the projector next to my couch and offset from the screen. There's some slight distortion but the border on my screen hides it easily. Definitely a great way to go if you don't want to mount the projector to your ceiling.

I couldn't find that option on this model.
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Quote from yymmbb View Post :
I'm new at projectors...
What kind of projector would you suggest for an apartment Home Theater. setup, where I need ~12-13 foot throw for a 100" diagonal screen.

Will the epson 3020 be bright enough at 12 feet?

I can't drill holes in the ceiling of my place so I'll have to project from behind my couch. Right now I'm on the fence between this one and the BenQ 1070.

Is the wireless HDMI feature worth it? I'll probably be streaming from my laptop and desktop and Roku most of the time. But I heard the wireless HDMI has to be line of sight.

Thanks in advance
You should be set. Definitely the Epson over that BenQ. I would just do a wired HDMI - going to be 100% reliable and fast. Wired is better than wireless in almost any case (dedicated CAT6 vs WiFi for example). Monoprice makes some good/cheap long HDMI cables.
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Quote from yymmbb View Post :
I'm new at projectors...
What kind of projector would you suggest for an apartment Home Theater. setup, where I need ~12-13 foot throw for a 100" diagonal screen.

Will the epson 3020 be bright enough at 12 feet?

I can't drill holes in the ceiling of my place so I'll have to project from behind my couch. Right now I'm on the fence between this one and the BenQ 1070.

Is the wireless HDMI feature worth it? I'll probably be streaming from my laptop and desktop and Roku most of the time. But I heard the wireless HDMI has to be line of sight.

Thanks in advance
I've owned an Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 - 1080p LCD Projector and love it for my apartment! My model had 2000 lumens, which was more than enough for an apartment. For projectors, go with Epson. Of course, the 8350 has lens shift and some other features only found on high end models.
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I am thinking of setting up a media room in the basement. So have to ceiling mount, plus would need to adjust aspect ratios. Would this suffice, or should i be looking at some other projector?
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Quote from telecastereighty View Post :
what makes you say that? you really think every single channel on cable/sat will be 4k? even nowadays 1080 isnt 100% standard.
I use the term obsolete very loosely

anyone that has a projector wouldn't be watching much content that is less than 720p or 1080i, it just looks awful

NFL and other sports will all be 4k, and many households will have adopted 4k streaming players and blu-ray players

I think 4 years is enough time... besides, it will be 2020 by then. at least it sounds like a cool year
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