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Epson Home Cinema 1060 Full HD 1080p 3,100 lumens for $499

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  • Widescreen Full HD 1080p entertainment up to 300" - life-sized images up to 25x larger than a 60" flat panel, on virtually any blank wall or screen.
  • Bright - ideal for a variety of lighting conditions, the Projector has 3, 100 Lumens of color/White brightness (2).
  • Versatile connectivity - 2x HDMI ports (1x MHL) to Connect your cable/satellite box, Blu-ray Disc player, gaming console or streaming device.
  • Remarkable color accuracy - up to 3x higher color brightness (3) and up to 3x wider color gamut (4) with Epson over DLP projectors.
  • Innovative 3LCD technology - amazing action scenes with no rainbow effect.

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What's the difference between this one versus the 2100 model? Just bought the 2100 at best buy for $600 + $50 bestbuy gift card.
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What's the difference between this one versus the 2100 model? Just bought the 2100 at best buy for $600 + $50 bestbuy gift card.
The 1060 is cheaper more business oriented and worst contrast at least that is how the 1040 was so I would say keep the 2100/2150 and enjoy!
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The 1060 is cheaper more business oriented and worst contrast at least that is how the 1040 was so I would say keep the 2100/2150 and enjoy!
Awesome, thanks!
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What's the difference between this one versus the 2100 model? Just bought the 2100 at best buy for $600 + $50 bestbuy gift card.
there are a lot of factors other than contrast, etc. this and the 2100 are entirely different when it comes to throw distances. example: if you have an 11' room and you can only throw 10' the 2100 screen size is maxed out at a 104" screen whereas the 1060 maxes out at 133" screen. You need to choose a projector that will meet your viewing preferences along with the room you intend to use it in. Although not a short throw, the 1060 has a much shorter throw than most other projectors.
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