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HT Projectors: Epson Home Cinema 3500 $1099, Epson Home Cinema 3000 $999

rw802 48 21 July 11, 2016 at 09:52 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by rw802 July 11, 2016 at 09:54 AM
Epson Home Cinema 3000 $999: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NJTXWOA

Epson Home Cinema 3500 $1099: https://www.amazon.com/Epson-Home...EPSON+3500
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Are either of these worth the price difference over the 2040/2045?

Looks like it was $739.00 on May 14, 2016 according to Triple C. So you are better off waiting.
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Quote from DriveRaider View Post :
Are either of these worth the price difference over the 2040/2045?

Looks like it was $739.00 on May 14, 2016 according to Triple C. So you are better off waiting.
Fwir, the 2030 has about 500:1 contrast ratio, the 2040 750:1, the 3500 1500:1, 5030ub 5000:1. The 3500 has about 2700 lumen max brightness so it's great for use with a grey screen if you have to deal with ambient light. Whether it's worth it or not is probably dependent on each persons situation and requirements. The ht1070 iirc has around 1500:1 contrast but is a dlp and has around 1500 lumen max brightness. If you aren't sensitive to rainbows and have a light controlled ht room then there probably wouldn't be much discernible difference between the ht1075 and 3500.

EDIT: It seems that the 3500 only has 1500:1 contrast with the dynamic iris on. Its static contrast ratio is around 700:1 Frown...

So I guess the benq dlp projectors would be a better deal if you're not sensitive to rainbows.
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Last edited by johnchanman July 11, 2016 at 04:23 PM
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Not quite sure why this hasn't made FP? This was typically running $1500, with the lowest price prior to this being $1300. What gives?
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Which is better the Benq ht2050 or the epson 3500? I've read conflicting reports that the Benq has better pq quality?
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The 2045 had great delay time - good for gaming.
I swapped that for a 5030ub - which has a way better picture, but have to go to "fast" processing to get down the delay time from "fine".
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